Study Plan Directory

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  • | Sep 8, 2011
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What should I do now to improve my skills?... What videos will help my Endgame?... Which Mentor Courses will make me a better strategist? At my level, should I be playing more - or studying more?...

... Sound familiar? Well, wonder no longer:

Study Plans bring uncertainty and aimlessness to an end, charting a clear path to chess improvement! Let's face it: There is a huge wealth of information & learning tools on Chess.com, and these plans will help you navigate through it, with two goals:

  • to reveal the very best material for your current skill level, and...
  • to unify that content so that diverse yet complementary activities reinforce each other for high-impact learning and fast improvement! 

    Plans for Beginning Players (Ratings < 1399)

    #1 Beyond the Basics

    #2 Beginners: The Opening!

    #3 Beginners: Tactics!

    #4 Beginners: Strategy!

    #5 Beginners: The Endgame!

    #6 Beginners: Bringing It All Together!

    Plans for Intermediate Players (Ratings 1400-1799)

    #1 Intermediate: The Opening!

    #2 Intermediate: Strategy!

    #3 Intermediate: Tactics!

    #4 Intermediate: The Endgame!

    #5 Intermediate: Bringing It All Together!

     


    Advanced players, stay tuned for more Study Plans, coming eventually...

     

    Comments


    • 3 days ago

      TheRevenant

      Let's face it, there NEVER will be a study plan for advanced players.

    • 6 days ago

      pavelaras

      when time  i can move by this way ><<??

    • 6 weeks ago

      mlopez9662

      checkmate!!! hahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • 6 weeks ago

      mlopez9662

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    • 8 weeks ago

      durvalefjunior

      Good

    • 2 months ago

      Chemwong

      Took 3 years and 4 months (from 1800 to 1900 in Daily Chess) - Avrukh, Lars, Wojo, Silman, Bologan , Watson ...... helped a lot but I wished the journey could be shortened by study plan for advanced players. I felt lonely without Chess.com's guide.

    • 2 months ago

      Chess4Him

      At the bottom of your window, you will see "Try New Chess.com".  Simply click and you will sign on again and voila! 

    • 2 months ago

      gyan1335

      How can we downloaded new chess. Com

    • 2 months ago

      Chess4Him

      Very nice checklist for those wanting the fundamentals!   

    • 2 months ago

      dasha_k_2008

    • 2 months ago

      SkyMarshal

      That the advanced players study plan hasn't been created yet?

      In my case I am just curious about it, I still have a lot of work to do in the intermediate level.

    • 3 months ago

      FM putra48

      Study Plan Directory

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      YOU SEE THAT? NOW, MAY 30 2016! 5 YEARS! I'M SURE YOU ALL KNOW WHAT I MEAN

    • 3 months ago

      dasha_k_2008

                                                                                                                                                         Это главные фигуры.

    • 3 months ago

      GnMarius

      pranay_p wrote:
      The_4th_Stonewall wrote:

      The advanced plan is in the new chess.com websit

       

      Can you post a link?

      Sorry but this guy is just making stuff up. Though Chess Mentor has a few short courses for Advanced and 'Master' players but I think the content is probably closer to the Intermediate Study Plan. 

      Have faith, they will bring the advanced eventually... Hopefully by then I will be good enough to follow it properly.

    • 3 months ago

      amandaluis_john

      hi

    • 3 months ago

      amandaluis_john

      HI

    • 3 months ago

      dasha_k_2008

      Sir_Morgan

    • 3 months ago

      Pre1236

      When I click on the above links they all say no content available...anyone else seeing the same?? Do I need to be a paid member to seeing the content?

    • 3 months ago

      The_4th_Stonewall

    • 3 months ago

      pranay_p

      The_4th_Stonewall wrote:

      The advanced plan is in the new chess.com websit

       

      Can you post a link?

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