Feature Announcement: Mastery Chess Lessons Are Here
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Feature Announcement: Mastery Chess Lessons Are Here

| 30 | Help is thrilled to announce the release of our "Mastery" series of chess lessons.

On New Year's Day 2019, we released an update to, providing over 130 videos with interactive challenge questions to help players advance from the beginner level to the level of a 1200 player. With the release of mastery, we are expanding our lessons to cover numerous topics for intermediate up to advanced-level players.

The Mastery lessons are broken up into seven categories: Openings, Strategy, Tactics, Endgames, Attacking, Master Games and Miscellaneous. While the other sections in lessons were meant to be more linear (from New to Chess through Advanced), Mastery is meant to be more self-guided based on the interests, strengths and weaknesses of each player.

Inside each Mastery category, you will find a range of courses to choose from. lessons in action!

Mastery lessons come from three different sources:

  • NEW: We are working on adding new, original content to Mastery prepared by the best teachers, coaches and players.
  • VIDEOS: We are taking our most popular videos (from the videos section of and putting them into courses with challenges!
  • MENTOR/OLD: Most of the old Chess Mentor lessons have been ported over to Mastery. While these do not have videos, they do have challenges.

The Mastery section will be ever-expanding as we work with more video and content authors to create new material and port existing video series into our lessons format.

All Mastery lessons are unlocked with a membership.

Check out these existing topics in Mastery:






Master Games:


Do you have particular themes and topics you want to see covered in Mastery? Let us know in the comments.

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