What happens once your done all chess lessons? Are you then a master?

HalfmoonBay1984

New to chess, beginner, intermediate, advanced, mastery, what next??? I'm now devoted with my diamond membership, to up my game and reach as high a rating as possible. IF YOU ARE A GOOD STUDENT, what can your rating aspire to soar after completing all lessons, course by course until you're done? Has anybody done this??? Is it possible to memorize everything and become a chess master???

CRYYSIS
HalfmoonBay1984 wrote:

New to chess, beginner, intermediate, advanced, mastery, what next??? I'm now devoted with my diamond membership, to up my game and reach as high a rating as possible. IF YOU ARE A GOOD STUDENT, what can your rating aspire to soar after completing all lessons, course by course until you're done? Has anybody done this??? Is it possible to memorize everything and become a chess master???

It is absolutely not possible

HalfmoonBay1984

CRYYSIS wrote:

HalfmoonBay1984 wrote:

New to chess, beginner, intermediate, advanced, mastery, what next??? I'm now devoted with my diamond membership, to up my game and reach as high a rating as possible. IF YOU ARE A GOOD STUDENT, what can your rating aspire to soar after completing all lessons, course by course until you're done? Has anybody done this??? Is it possible to memorize everything and become a chess master???

It is absolutely not possible

we'll how would u do it? honestly I'm going to fight for my country lol. how much time is devoted to chess.com anyways and why? is it just for fun? don't professionals come on here? I'm thinking.........a chess.com coach, right? I'm dead serious.

CRYYSIS
HalfmoonBay1984 wrote:

 

CRYYSIS wrote:

 

HalfmoonBay1984 wrote:

New to chess, beginner, intermediate, advanced, mastery, what next??? I'm now devoted with my diamond membership, to up my game and reach as high a rating as possible. IF YOU ARE A GOOD STUDENT, what can your rating aspire to soar after completing all lessons, course by course until you're done? Has anybody done this??? Is it possible to memorize everything and become a chess master???

It is absolutely not possible

 

we'll how would u do it? honestly I'm going to fight for my country lol. how much time is devoted to chess.com anyways and why? is it just for fun? don't professionals come on here? I'm thinking.........a chess.com coach, right? I'm dead serious.

 

You want to become a chess master?

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Smart students skip those rubbish lessons.  Big waste.  The worst. 

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CRYYSIS

No

DaddyReza

Yes. 

drmrboss
HalfmoonBay1984 wrote:

New to chess, beginner, intermediate, advanced, mastery, what next??? I'm now devoted with my diamond membership, to up my game and reach as high a rating as possible. IF YOU ARE A GOOD STUDENT, what can your rating aspire to soar after completing all lessons, course by course until you're done? Has anybody done this??? Is it possible to memorize everything and become a chess master???

Nothing will likely happen when you finish  those lessons., but the site will thanks for your money. Lol.

You cant get rich by reading tons of books saying " how to get rich".

 

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fischerrook

I have found the lessons very helpful. Some of the best value on the site for premium members besides the tactics trainer. 

ghost_of_pushwood

I'll let you know!

Nwap111

The trick is not just doing a lesson and getting it right. First, you must understand why a tactic works, the mechanics of it. Second, it is not enough to be able to solve a tactic or mate problem. You must develop a quick sight of the board, which means you must train yourself to see the correct solution quickly. If you did all this, and did all the problems on chess.com, believe me you would become a master. But it is a lot of work, and many quit rather than continue the fight to learn. But of course, you learn by doing. So you must play in numerous OTB tournaments to improve. Good luck. Believe in yourself. Chess is really about learning to trust your own thoughts over even the professionals. The truth lies in your own analysis of chess positions. Hope that helps.

ghost_of_pushwood
Nwap111 wrote:

If you did all this, and did all the problems on chess.com, believe me you would become a master.

Okay, I believe you!