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Beginner (1000-1400), Tournament Level (1400-1800), Advanced (1800-2000), Expert (2000+)
I teach individuals and groups using Skype and Google hangouts. My website is www.ericschiller.com.
This is quick questions, How can we get into a tournament? Do we have to get rated before entering the competition?
i would like to talk to you about coaching when you have time i'm ready to start.
Or should I say ,SoldierGirl7!
It would be so appreshiative if you were my personal chess couch.From Kearstan Lackey.
@newchessmaster12: I do online lessons via skype and also at goalsense.net.
can you please teach me sir eric as your online chess coach!
i can win in one move
Eric, I like your books in "Garry Kasparov greatest games" and your cool! :D
@blais: go through each game with a chess set or software program. Ask youself why each move was made, even the bad ones.
You rock Eric, wanna play. Leyton
@john: email me eric AT ericschiller.com. Let me know what times are best. All you need is Skype. It helps if you can email me some recent games.
great! how do we schedule a lesson?
@John: yes, I offer lessons in Mountain View and over the Internet
are you still offering lessons?
@thedude50: It depehnds. If youknow what you need to work on go straight for the books. If you are not sure try a lesson.
ill read the books and study but i can afford the lessons how should i go about this do i take a 5- dollar lesson and then read a book or read a book and then take a fifty dollar lesson and how fast can an old man like me improve. I am a serious customer .
Master Schiller:what is the origin of the Ruiz method on one of your books?
can u coach me
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