I need a chess grandmaster as a teacher

Mi_Amigo

nvm you can find this guy in my friend list

alinfe
IMBacon wrote:
mentorababio wrote:

thank you but I needed a personal tutor... someone that would tutor me on middle game and end games... and lines in certain openings.. I want to be able to have direct conversations with them

Your game is not at the point whee you need to work on middlegames, and openings. 

You first need to work on the basics.

 

Correction: you don't NEED a GM coach, you WANT a GM coach.

Perhaps IMBacon was a little subtle, but at your level (assuming your OTB rating is similar to your chess.com rating) a GM would be indistinguishable from a CM. I can tell from my own experience.

Even a CM/expert would have a keen eye and plenty of sound advice to guide you for months or years (they are called experts for a reason).

kindaspongey

"Honestly, given your rating, you could probably benefit a great deal from even having an expert or master teach you. Having a GM teach you might be a lot like having my university's math professor teaching my 8 year old nephew how to multiply. In short, it might go over your head." - Aizen89 (~2 days ago)

"'Even an expert'? lol Anyone still mired in the Fried Liver doesn't need to aim nearly so high." - NM ghost_of_pushwood (~2 days ago)

What purpose is served by adding to the above comments from 2 days ago?

ghost_of_pushwood

What purpose is served by your fussbudgety fretting?

ghost_of_pushwood

And I always had a feeling Ethel was gonna go bonkers one of these days.

ghost_of_pushwood

Her and Carol Channing.

kindaspongey
NM ghost_of_pushwood wrote:

What purpose is served by your fussbudgety fretting?

For one thing, sometimes, it is illuminating to see when someone avoids talking about purpose.

ghost_of_pushwood

Aha, a most purposive purpose indeed!

autobunny
kindaspongey wrote:
NM ghost_of_pushwood wrote:

What purpose is served by your fussbudgety fretting?

For one thing, sometimes, it is illuminating to see when someone avoids talking about purpose.

Like a sponge over troubled waters ...

ghost_of_pushwood

or a Kellogg's corn flake...