Chess.com is the primary website that I use to do everything you see here at NextLevelChessCoaching.com:
- Personalized online chess coaching
- Writing articles
- Playing online chess that is featured in all of my videos and livestreams
Chess.com is the leading website in the world for playing and learning about the wonderful game of chess. Here you will be able to play against people from all over the world and interact with them at the same time
With the basic membership level, the user is able to learn the basics of chess, play live games against opponents around the world, view 3 tactics trainer puzzles per day, read a few articles, watch preview of videos and do a limited number of chess mentor lessons.
By upgrading your membership you will have access to much more. This includes unlimited video lessons, unlimited chess mentor lessons, computer analysis of your games, unlimited tactics puzzles, access to an opening and game explorer, the ability to play in online tournaments, keep statistics on yourself and your competition and watch Chess.com TV’s live shows.
Aside from the above mentioned features, all upgraded memberships allow you to see no advertisements, have custom themes, keep a record of your past games, have faster load times, get a premium member icon and support Chess.com at the same time!
To view and/or purchase one of the premium membership upgrades, click on this link:
VIEW / PURCHASE ONE OF THE PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP UPGRADES
While it is recommended that you get a premium membership to Chess.com because of all the benefits that come with it…
IT IS NOT MANDATORY TO HAVE A PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP TO PARTICIPATE IN ONLINE CHESS COACHING
In order to do the online chess coaching on Chess.com, all you need to do is be a member (either basic or premium), log in to the “Live Chess Room” and I will invite you to the Analysis Board that we will use for our lesson. Click here to see more information about the first lesson:
“THE FIRST LESSON”
Here is an article that will help you to understand how to better use the Analysis Board on Chess.com: