Study Plan Directory

  • webmaster
  • | 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


    • 17 months ago

      themano123

      53-fv-nz


    • 17 months ago

      santoshtomar123

      hay 

    • 17 months ago

      Chicken_Monster

      Vipanta is asking if he can get the lessons or videos in Spanish if he pays for a premium membership. If anyone knows the answer please tell him yes (si) or no (no) in Spanish. I have no idea.

      Vipanta - No se. Creo que no.

    • 17 months ago

      Vipanta

      Quiero saber si tengo la posibilidad de ver las lecciones o vídeos en español si me suscribo a premiun?

    • 17 months ago

      learningthemoves

      @Ratatouie, the "<" operator symbol means "less than".

      So to answer your question about what to do if you're below 1399 (<1399),

      you simply do the plan that is titled:

      Plans for Beginning Players (Ratings < 1399)

    • 17 months ago

      taigabluez

      Hi

    • 17 months ago

      jiangyh

      first page


       

       

       

       

       


       

       


    • 17 months ago

      ratatouie

      what do u do when ur below 1399 ?

    • 18 months ago

      chessenall

      what make the 2100+ players?

    • 18 months ago

      GeniusKJ

      Advanced chess players, check out the Chess.com University Prodigy Program:

      http://www.chess.com/article/view/chesscom-universitys-prodigy-program---final-details-and-announcements

    • 18 months ago

      chessguy180

      When they say Ratings 1400 - 1799, are the creators talking about a USCF rating or a Chess.com rating?
       

    • 18 months ago

      Chemwong

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

      AFTER they have Study Plans for

      Exchanged players, Classical Players, Modern Players,

      [World Champion/GM's name] Players...

    • 18 months ago

      mahen2

      Its been 3 years i am waiting

    • 18 months ago

      I_AHMAD91

      Great :)

    • 18 months ago

      FrancisAdonisLMartin

      Chess helps us to be super^mindful, and hopefully facilitate our whole being's advance to being Supernatural In Unity with others.... Let's be patiently Virtuous. (....you must "understand" and grasp higher reasons too.)

       

      ...and, Les4chess you could never be "Fischer" :)

    • 18 months ago

      GeniusKJ

      For higher chess learning, check out Chess.com University:

      http://www.chess.com/groups/home/chesscom-university

    • 18 months ago

      harrydaniel

      when advanced study plans are coming

    • 18 months ago

      thefinalharbor

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    • 19 months ago

      Akatsuki64

      Americans are eigenartig indeed.

    • 19 months ago

      jahskunk

      I think he meant "special/specific" as far as I remember Deutsch

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