How should I learn chess

I am really passionate about chess but there is a lot of material out there so what resources should I study

Play and analyse your games afterwards. That is the key to learning. And then find a good beginner book later on.


Improving Your Chess - Resources for Beginners and Beyond...


Improving at chess can be quite challenging, but there are various ways to enhance your skills.

For those looking to improve without coaching, here's some valuable advice:

1. Play Frequently: The more you play, the better you'll become at recognizing patterns and making strategic decisions.
2. Analyze Your Games: Review your past games to identify mistakes and areas where you can improve. This self-analysis is a powerful learning tool.
3. Focus on Tactics: Tactics play a crucial role in chess. Spend time solving tactical puzzles and exercises to sharpen your tactical skills.
4. Learn from Masters: Studying grandmaster games can provide insights into advanced strategies and tactics.

Feel free to check out this article for more in-depth advice:

Additionally, I have a YouTube series where I share chess insights and strategies, which you might find helpful:

Best of luck with your chess journey! If you'd like more personalized guidance or coaching, please don't hesitate to reach out to me. I offer one-on-one coaching sessions where we can dive deeper into your specific needs.