Webinar 73. How to Self-study Chess?

Webinar 73. How to Self-study Chess?

FM Gertsog

Dear Chess Friends!

Actually, studying chess is a complicated process and only a few chess lovers can do it properly on their own (without a coach). Chess players usually do some chess activities: they solve puzzles, play games, watch chess videos, but don’t progress. Or just progress a little.

The reason is that they don’t have any training program or just don’t do chess activities that can make them stronger. In other words, if you want to improve in general it’s not enough to play blitz only. And if you want to improve your ability to calculate variations you shouldn’t do the Puzzle Rush only, but you’d better focus on complicated and sharp puzzles where finding the answer takes time.

All chess activities you do should be well-balanced and done properly. I understand that not everyone can allow to hire a personal coach. That’s why I decided to conduct a free webinar devoted to it.

I’m glad to welcome you to my next 73rd webinar “How to Self-study Chess?”, where you will learn which chess exercises and activities can help you to improve and how to do them properly.

I’ve written a guide “10 Tips For Self-Studying Chess” devoted to self-studying chess and I’m going to send it after the webinar to everyone registered for this webinar.

Join the webinar, learn how to study chess on your own and improve your chess performance!

The webinar starts on Sunday (14th of March) at 10 a.m. (EDT), 2 p.m. (GMT), 5 p.m. (Moscow time). This webinar is free.

NOTE! The US (& Canada & Mexico) will change their clocks to Daylight Saving Time. That’s why the webinar starts 1 hour later than usual – at 10 a.m. (EDT).

Please, register for the webinar with this link:


Please, don’t forget to register in advance and reserve your spot in case of a high number of attendees.

See you at the webinar!

FM Victor Neustroev