Chess

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Proven to raise IQ and improve memory, Chess tests intuition and is great exercise for the mind.

In this course you will learn:

  • To create threats, execute tactics and achieve checkmate
  • How to develop a rock solid defense
  • Advanced techniques such as gambits, sacrifices and visualisation
  • How to think like a Grandmaster
  • About computerised chess and the future of the game
  • How to think like a Grandmaster

This course – written by Grandmaster and widely published author Simon Williams – teaches you how to understand the intricate mechanics of chess to ensure that your play is watertight without forgetting to enjoy the beauty of the game. No stone is left unturned.

If you are not 100% happy with your Skillsology course, you have 30 days to exchange or refund.

Syllabus

There is currently no public syllabus for this course.

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About the author

Simon Williams, Chess Grandmaster

Simon Williams became a Chess Grandmaster at the age of just 27. He has since won the British Speed Chess Championship and finished runner-up in the British Chess Championship, and has consistently been ranked as one of the best players in Britain. More recently, Simon’s focus has been on teaching chess, both in person and as a presenter and author. He has released almost twenty critically-acclaimed DVDs and nine books – the first of which was voted as one of the ten best chess books of all time by NewInChess. Simon’s pupils come from all walks of life, and have finished as high as 3rd in the World Junior Championships.

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    I really enjoyed this course and it taught me a lot.

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Simon Williams became a Chess Grandmaster at the age of just 27. He has since won the British Speed Chess Championship and finished runner-up in the British Chess Championship, and has consistently been ranked as one of the best players in Britain.
 

More recently, Simon’s focus has been on teaching chess, both in person and as a presenter and author. He has released almost twenty critically-acclaimed DVDs and nine books – the first of which was voted as one of the ten best chess books of all time by NewInChess. Simon’s pupils come from all walks of life, and have finished as high as 3rd in the World Junior Championships.

Proven to raise IQ and improve memory, Chess tests intuition and is great exercise for the mind.

In this course you will learn:

  • To create threats, execute tactics and achieve checkmate
  • How to develop a rock solid defense
  • Advanced techniques such as gambits, sacrifices and visualisation
  • How to think like a Grandmaster
  • About computerised chess and the future of the game
  • How to think like a Grandmaster

This course – written by Grandmaster and widely published author Simon Williams – teaches you how to understand the intricate mechanics of chess to ensure that your play is watertight without forgetting to enjoy the beauty of the game. No stone is left unturned.

If you are not 100% happy with your Skillsology course, you have 30 days to exchange or refund.

Syllabus

There is currently no public syllabus for this course.

TgtJ38bWxd

About the author

Simon Williams, Chess Grandmaster

Simon Williams became a Chess Grandmaster at the age of just 27. He has since won the British Speed Chess Championship and finished runner-up in the British Chess Championship, and has consistently been ranked as one of the best players in Britain. More recently, Simon’s focus has been on teaching chess, both in person and as a presenter and author. He has released almost twenty critically-acclaimed DVDs and nine books – the first of which was voted as one of the ten best chess books of all time by NewInChess. Simon’s pupils come from all walks of life, and have finished as high as 3rd in the World Junior Championships.

Reviews

Partners

  • Reed
  • The Guardian
  • The Telegraph
  • Total Jobs