Chess for Beginners XIII

This live and interactive course is for anyone who wants to learn chess immediately.

Live Course

Duration: 24 Hours

Sessions: 8 class per month

Offered by: infyni

Live Course
$114 60% off

$46 /per month

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About Course

Chess is believed to enhance strategic thinking. This is a foundation course on chess, for beginners that will help you play the game following international rules. It will also groom you to take on more advanced learning.

In this course, you will have a tutor taking you through all the basics showing you how to arrange the pieces, the movements of each piece and their special features. Meant for anyone who has a strong desire to understand the tactics of the game, all you need is a chess set.  

Sessions are paced twice a week with an experienced chess master who will lead you through a routine followed by practice exercises, allowing you to demonstrate your learning and make corrections.

Skills You Will Gain

Sportsmanship Patience Agility Strategic Thinking

Course Offerings

  • Instructor Led Live sessions
  • Clarify doubts during session
  • Access Session Recordings
  • Attend on mobile and Tablet
  • Assessments and Competition
  • Direct Messages
  • Feedback from Instructor
  • Full lifetime Resources
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Topics
  • Instructor (1)
  • Names of various chess pieces and their point value.
  • The coordinate system.
  • Movement of pieces.
  • Capturing pieces.
  • Symbols and notation.
  • Classification of pieces.
  • Strengths and weaknesses of pieces.
  • Castling
  • En-passant
  • Promotion
  • Check
  • Checkmate
  • Stalemate
  • Even exchanges
  • Uneven exchanges
  • Beneficial exchanges
  • Giving checks
  • Getting rid of a check.
  • Checkmate in one move
  • Attacking a piece
  • Providing support to a piece
  • Identification of threat and proper choice of defence.
  • Forks and double attacks
  • Pins
  • Skewers
  • Discovered attack
  • Discovered check
  • Deflection
  • Interference
  • Annihilation of defence
  • Intermediate moves
  • Zugzwang and its applications.
  • Checkmate in two moves
  • Stalemate
  • Threefold repetition
  • Insufficient material
  • Draw by mutual agreement
  • Photography
  • Fifty-move rule
  • Checkmate patterns
  • Checkmate using queen.
  • Checkmate using rook.
  • Checkmate using two rooks.
  • Checkmate using two bishops.
  • Names of various openings and their starting moves
  • The opposition
  • Key squares
  • Mined and corresponding squares
  • Triangulation
  • King vs passed pawns
  • Trapping pieces
  • Classification of pawns.
  • Revision

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