1. Make the launch more personal Share a story about your growth and contributions as a chess coach and announce the launch. By making it personal, every one can connect…
This is the first part of a three-part blog that covers the interview of Tim Steiner with the Chesslang Team. In the first part, we talk about childhood chess-playing memories, early tournament experiences, and also discuss the recent chess boom.
This is the second part of our interview with chess coach and author Molly Coy. In this interview, we talked about chess, coaching, and everything in between.
Molly Coy, founder and head of Coy’s Camps and Classes shows us that it is never too late to start and teach chess! We recently got the incredible opportunity to…
This is the second part of Praful Zaveri’s interview with Chesslang. Read along to find out tips on chess improvement and the backstory behind his bestseller.
This is the first part of a 2 part blog where the Chesslang team interviewed Praful Zaveri about chess and Chesslang. Please read the post to learn more about his inspiring story
Here are the most common mistakes that new chess coaches make with some key tips on avoiding them when starting their chess coaching career respectively.
A great chess coach can help beginners understand the game, understand the idea behind each move, and systematically train them to help them get stronger.
The past two years have seen a massive upwards spike in the popularity of Chess. It all started with a few masters of the game, streaming on Twitch and YouTube,…
Chess engines & machine learning have advanced over the past few decades. Check out this blog to know how top chess coaches help with chess engine preparations.