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This week on Chess Journeys, I spoke with Matt. He’s a teacher and parent who makes time for chess improvement. We talked about how transitioning from a card game (Magic), and the variance that comes with it, made it easier to tolerate losing at ches... more
This week on Chess Journeys, I spoke to Oddvar. We talked about his fascinating journey through chess which includes time as a chess boxer and facing Magnus Carlsen in many bullet games. The bulk of our conversation focused on how Oddvar is able to f... more
This week on Chess Journeys, I spoke with Amanda. She is a dedicated chess improver that has made a rapid rise from 1,000 to 1,800. We talked about the different phases of her improvement journey. She supplied tips and resources for each leg of the j... more
I love the different perspectives that Dr. Scull gets each week. One week it’s IM elect Tatev Abrahamyan or WGM Jen Shahade the next week it’s a computer programmer that has just played in their first OTB tournament. more
I love that this podcast captures people in my same position as a player. Inspirational, enlightening, and sincere, it’s a great listen for anyone who is trying to improve their chess game. Great stuff!
This podcast is great for average chess players (which means most of us!). It's interesting to hear how others train and stay motivated & positive.
Not sure how I came across this podcast, but it has been a valuable addition to my life. The presenter’s laid back style and the guests from a variety of different backgrounds lead to an enriching listening experience. I can’t promise that I’ll ever dedicate my life to ‘adult improvement’ as much as the attendees of the show, but it has certainly opened my eyes to methods to improve my chess and for that I’m grateful!
I think it’s tough to get started in chess. There are lots of wrong turns to take. This podcast has helped steer me in the right directions. It’s also just a good way to get to know the game and the people in it. Thank you!
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this podcast launched a year ago and published 56 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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