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I am new in chess.com.I was a club player when I was a kid, played in Team League , 1st division with quite good results.I had study chess a lot and I wanted to be pro chess player(in Greece, that is a joke) but then life kicked in, college , family ,and chess soon become only a nice memory of trips around Greece for the Team League matches.
Anyway , I decided to play again , this time for fun because tournament chess, although exciting ,is not always fun, especially team games.So I saw that there are hundreds of groups but I don't want just sign in some groups that I am going to leave later.I am willing to share my knowledge and I would like to help people improve(if I can).That way I will remember what I knew quicker and that process can be beneficial not only to me but to others also.
Of course there are lot of articles in chess.com and videos and I don't think I can compete the GMs that wrote them , still maybe someone that can answer to a lot of questions might prove usefull.
Thank you all in advance for your answers.
A willingness to learn and eagerness to teach is just what we need in Chess Academy. Come take a look at our group.
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Thank you for your answer Joe.
Chess Academy is too big for my taste.I prefer a smaller group for start.I don't like not knowing half (or even more) of the members of the group I am in.Maybe later I don't mind but for now I want to start with something small.
The 2 Study goups you are in, and Rubinstein's Academy(I happen to be HUGE fun of Rubinstein myself ) are the perfect groups for me to start . If you agree , I am waiting an invitation.
Please, join "The Learning Group". I am an admin of that group, we are very active.
Join hundreds and get a giant list of alerts which you can copiously ignore!
Quick Moves is honestly your best choice for an elite player like yourself. We only look for the best
Pawnpusher, I do believe I should join then.
Sorry Guys, He likes mine the best....might just have to make him admin there.
can I be an IM before i die?
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