Kairav Joshi

Target Students:

New to Chess ( <1000), Beginner (1000-1400), Tournament Level (1400-1800), Advanced (1800-2000)


Service Description Price
1 Hour Online Chess Coaching Currently Not Available $80.00
1-Hour Chess Business/Organization Consultation An hour of consultation over phone or Skype. Good for growing chess businesses, academies, clubs, etc. $200.00
20 Minute Chess Coaching and Guidance 20 minutes of chess coaching and guidance. $30.00
Prodigy Program - 1 Month One month tuition in the world's #1 chess learning program - the Prodigy Program. $150.00

About Me:

Welcome to my coaching profile!

 

My name is Kairav Joshi and I am an internationally recognized chess educator, organizer, and entrepreneur.

 

Credentials, and Accomplishments:

- Chess.com's #1-selling chess coach.
- President and Manager of Chess.com University, the leading chess-teaching organization in the world, and CEO of operating entity Chess University, Inc.
- Creator, Curriculum Developer, Head Instructor, and Director of the Prodigy Program, the world's best and most comprehensive online chess course featuring five-time World Champion Vishy Anand and former world #4 player Alexei Shirov as instructors.

- Instructor of Chess.com University's best-selling college-like chess courses.
- Chess coach of numerous youth chess champions and championship contenders including 2013 World Youth Chess Championship contender Rowan James.
- Trainer and Advisor to numerous chess coaches for further development and improvement as coaches.
- Consultant for schools and chess-in-schools programs.

- Experience teaching live lessons to more than 6,000 students in private and group sessions in over 50 countries.

- The chess coach celebrities love! :)
- Successful educator and entrepreneur.

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

 

I only have time to teach two or three one-on-one lessons per month due to limited availability. I strongly recommend studying in Chess.com University, especially through the Prodigy Program. For ambitious individuals wanting to improve at chess, look no further than the Prodigy Program:

https://www.chess.com/blog/GeniusKJ/may-2016-prodigy-program

 
I may be able to offer group lessons to clubs, schools, universities, and other entities occasionally. I enjoy working on ventures that help grow chess and allow us to teach more individuals this marvelous game. Reach out to me if you have any great ideas to improve the global chess scene!

 


Here are two of my fun USCF rated tournament games against strong opponents:

 

 

 

Thank you for visiting my profile.
Watch your bank rank!

Kairav Joshi


Comments


  • 11 months ago

    GeniusKJ

    @kianmorgan,

    Not forum but you can always message me on Chess.com. Plus, after you sign up for the Prodigy Program, you will also be able to contact me at my private email address. We'll give you clear instructions and whenever you have a question, you can simply send me an email or message!

  • 11 months ago

    kianmorgan

    i want to join the prodigy program , but i want to know that there is a forum wherre I can ask questions and have them answered promptly as I am learning how to use it....that there will be very clear instructions for how to use the program and a way to get clarification if needed?

  • 14 months ago

    GeniusKJ

    I will get back to you soon. :-)

  • 14 months ago

    pilot_eagle

    Sir, I need ur help regarding *Chess.com University's Prodigy Program* ....I joined and i don't from where to start live lessons or even to watch recorded as mentioned in the Blog

  • 15 months ago

    Ajinkyarahane

    Hi

  • 21 months ago

    ThirdCultureKid

    This guy sees like an exelent coach an a big power in super admins for high chess groups including chess university and the power of chess.

  • 24 months ago

    Werniy

    Hi!My friend-GeniusKJ!Thanks you for the instructor Kairav!Me very like his games!Good-bye!!!Smile

  • 3 years ago

    Murck

    Kairav is a great instructor. He is very friendly and knowledgable. I would highly reccomend him for any beginning players looking for a coach.

  • 3 years ago

    GeniusKJ

    I sent you a message on chess.com. You may register for Chess 013.

  • 3 years ago

    chuchuileann

    Hello

    Is anyone interested in answering my question re 013??

  • 3 years ago

    GeniusKJ

    I'll see what I can do, James.

  • 3 years ago

    Ziryab

    KJ, Could you set it so that I don't get messages every day about classes pitched to players rated 500 Elo below me?

  • 3 years ago

    chuchuileann

    Hi

    I have just read the blog on chess 013 and am interested.   I am new to chess .com and unrated.   I did olay ches at niversity in Ireland and was a member of the university chess club.  I have been away from the game for quite some years now but want to get beck.  Would 013 be beneficial to me and how do I get into the programe??.  The blog mentions Pay Pal.  I can open an account and put money in there but I do not know how long it takes.  Help.  Chuchuileann

  • 3 years ago

    Dallasuckatchess

    Mr Joshi, I just wanted u to know that although aawwwwratsack claims to be the big baller of chess.com, you're #1 in my book XOXO. He's a meanie-head lacking hair. I know you don't sleep all that much and I just hope it's unrelated to Kojak's bold claims of his ninja-like knight moves or his general athletic ability. Chess is more than just his ability to play up to 15/0 without a single food break or rest.

  • 3 years ago

    xc0s

    25$/h nice

  • 3 years ago

    Stephenson2

    I play otb the first game was a mis-played caro-kan (I spell bad)

    my otb ply is both sides have 90 minutes.I have slow games we can examine?

  • 4 years ago

    laowai

    I really appreciated your guidance. I liked how passionate, dedicated and focus you have been. I found your advices extremly sharp and i will certainly call for you again in the future. Thank you

  • 4 years ago

    thebeatmodnrocker

    The lessons I've had with Kairav Joshi (GeniusKJ) have been excellent. He has been great at focusing my attention on areas I need to work on and his lessons are always well organized, with clear goals set. As we moved through each lesson he would constantly make sure I was keeping up and understanding how the move or tactical idea related to the strategy or goal we were focused on. When we picked up the next week he'd straight away check that I'd really understood the last lesson (and also that I'd done my homework). He is an excellent chess coach and I'm looking forward to seeing how much better I can get with his guidance.

  • 4 years ago

    cpctc

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  • 4 years ago

    Vanxius

    Very nice, i wouldnt mind a lesson, im also in idaho, Coeur d'Alene area.

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