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Bemutatkozik az országos Te-jössz! sakk-logika verseny 2019 győztese!

 „Hol volt, hol nem volt, az Óperenciás tengeren is túl, volt egy osztály. Egy osztály, amelyik okos, csak egy kicsit bolondos.„ Az elmúlt két évben számos videonk kezdődött így. Meséltünk a barátságról, a pénzről, az internetről. Mese közben jobban megismertük egymást, egyre bátrabbakká váltunk. Közben jókat nevettünk.

Kik is vagyunk mi? Debrecenben tanulunk, egy híres mesemondóról (Benedek Elek) elnevezett iskolában, második osztályban.  Mesés az életünk is. Hiszen hála természetes kíváncsiságunknak nagyon sok mindent kipróbáltunk. 



Early beta-test registration is closed

We start rolling out new features and several new solutions under LearningChess 2 in 2019. We’re really excited to be launching the first module, the new learning interface which replaces the good old Adobe Flash shortly. So, we are looking for beta-testers, whose task is to learn chess 🙂 and report us the bugs, if any. The beta test starts on May 31, 2019, and it lasts for two weeks.

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LogiQ Board
Unleash Your Creativity

The LogiQ Board is a much needed smart demonstration board that is developed according to the trends of modern chess education.

It can not only be used to play chess, but students can also enjoy the built-in playful logical elements.

With LogiQ Board you can create a virtually infinite number of chess and logic exercises for children. The built-in smart elements that connect on the board,  the possibilities to add numbers, arrows, lines, fairy and checker (draughts) pieces bring the teaching and learning experience to a new level.

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We’re updating our Privacy Policy

Hello Chess Fan,

You’ve probably been receiving lots of emails from companies notifying you of updates to privacy policies because of changes to EU data protection laws (GDPR).

We’ve also updated our Privacy Policy to:

  • Give you more clear and detailed information about your collective rights and responsibilities with respect to your privacy and personal information.
  • Make it easier for you to control the information you provide us. You’ll see that our policy explains your choices about this.
  • Provide more detail about the measures we have in place to keep your personal information secure.

You can read the full text of our Privacy Policy here.

The updated Privacy Policy automatically comes into effect for all LearningChess users on 25 May 2018. So your continued use of the LearningChess sites from that date will be subject to it.

Thanks again for being part of the LearningChess community!

New Puzzle Statistics Module

LearningChess introduced a new puzzle statistics module, which is accessible in the My Progress menu.

Of course, teachers can also closely follow the puzzle solutions submitted by their students in the Learning Management System.

Chess is 99% tactics” – said Richard Teichmann, 19th century German Grandmaster, and he was right – not literally but …

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We are happy to let you know that LearningChess is first on the ‘17 Best Online Chess Courses, Schools & Degrees’ list prepared by in January 2018. We are glad that the work that we do is recognized in this review as well, and we are hoping to bring you many more interesting lessons and puzzles in the future.


We would also like to thank you all for enabling LearningChess to become one of the top organic search results in different search engines (e.g. ‘online chess course’ #1 in Google).

A tool for teachers to learn the rules of chess

Teachers usually do not know the rules of chess nowadays, at least not on a deep level. Read an instructive article from Ms. Shirmeena Faheem, Deputy Principal of the Ghiyasuddin International School, Malé, Maldives, how they successfully solved this problem during the last few years in a large scholastic chess project with 20+ teachers and 600+ students, in cooperation with LearningChess.

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Psychomotor Development
on the Giant Chessboard

Chess got more focus in early years development. Now we would like to introduce an interesting method from the Alfiere Bianco sports company in Italy.

Five and six year old children are using a giant chess board to help develop their psychomotor skills. By playing music and movement-based games on the board, children learn about directions, numbers, letters, listening to and following instructions, and working as a team.


The complete curriculum, videos, sample lessons, and other interesting details can be found on the FIDE Early Years Skills website.


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