Summer vacation is coming, and we hope that you will have a lot of free time to do what you enjoy. To celebrate the end of the school year we decided to grant free access to everyone to our very popular short lessons by GM Jozsef Pinter. Sign up for free to LearningChess and try the interactive grandmaster lessons now.
UPDATE: The course is closed due to technical reasons. You can learn from the new lesson for smaller kids (‘The Board Buddies in LogiQ Land’) here. April, 2020
We gladly inform you that we opened our new Chess, Logic, Math and English language online cross-curriculum for kids aged 4-8. Kids do not need to register to enjoy the playful lessons, and of course our site is 100% child safe and advertisement free. While our mission is to popularize chess – both as a game and personal development tool – all over the world, the course is absolutely free for kids.
The new LearningChess Tactics Trainer was introduced in 2016. Our goal was to create a puzzle system with special didactic features that you cannot find in any other online chess learning site.
We are making our Tactics Trainer widely available by offering unlimited mixed puzzles to all chess fans for free.
Now, at the request of our users, we would like to explain what makes our Tactics Trainer unique in the world.
FIRST EXPERIENCES WITH THE LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN THE Regional Chess Academy Povazie, SLOVAKIA
As a chess trainer I tried to use many programs and web sites to find most suitable tool to teach children chess in chess club, chess academy or chess group in leisure center. There are children and students with really varied levels of chess knowledge. They have also different approach to study. They love chess, but they don’t like memorizing and more, they are kids, they want to play.
Strategy games such as chess, go, draughts, backgammon and bridge have traditionally been associated with higher thinking skills. Children who play these games benefit from improved concentration levels and problem solving. The problem for many teachers and parents is that they do not possess the game knowledge or confidence to be able to teach their children, but the professionals from ChessPlus have the solution.
LearningChess presented its new Central- and Learning Management solution in the international conference entitled “Theoretical and Practical Issues of Chess Education in Schools”, which was held on the 1st and 2nd of October, in Tsaghkadzor, Armenia.
During the two-day conference, psychologists, sociologists, methodologists and chess trainers offered their reports that were introduced in accordance with the main topic sections of the conference listed below:
Chess Education and Personality Development
Socio-psychological issues of Chess Education
Chess Teachers’ Training and Professional Development
Technological and Methodological Aspects of Chess Education
Chess and Inclusive Education Practices
We are excited to announce that the Madrid Chess Academy and LearningChess have signed a cooperation agreement. The aim of the cooperation is to make the LearningChess online chess education system available to students and chess fans in their native language in Spain, Mexico, and Latin America.
The Internet has changed the way people learn and play chess. Grandmasters used to prepare against each other by requesting score sheets to be sent using snail mail and now we have free databases with millions of games available to us at any time. Chess engines have completely changed the way we analyse games and finding guides and books online is easier than ever. With so many resources available there is also an overload of possibilities and it’s often hard to find the right ones for oneself.
After the publication of the six volumes of my endings book series, the 7-piece endgames database of the Lomonosov University became available. This is basically a program which determines if the position leads to a draw or can be won by either side – with 100% certainty. Some examples taken in my previous books have been proven wrong, that is why I have decided to write this book in which I deal with and analyze the most well-known 7- piece positions, paying particular attention to rook endgames as they occur very often in tournament games. I have tried to select and examine a few examples for each type of endgame and by doing so I hope I will be able to help my readers to gain insight into the mysteries of endgames.
GM Jozsef Pinter, Author and Head coach at LearningChess