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CM Vjekoslav "Vjeko" Nemec is a Chessable Author, a chess blogger and journalist, and a fierce blitz player with ratings over 2600 on both Lichess and Chess.com. In our conversation, Vjeko shares some tips for improving your blitz game, but also disc... more
This week's guest on How to Chess is Chessable author and renowned trainer GM Johan Hellsten. He joins the podcast this week to share some tips about how to analyze one's one chess games. Johan touches on how to utilize engines, and the different typ... more
NM Bryan Tillis is a popular Chessable Author, an accredited FIDE trainer, and the founder of the Florida based chess academy, Palm Beach Chess. In our conversation, Bryan shares some practical tips to help adult chess players remember their openings... more
Great podcast. Interesting guests and Ben has a knack for keeping the conversation on point and helpful. I am an ‘adult improver’ and this podcast never condescends to my level—rather, these very high-level elite players, as well as Ben himself—focus on enjoyment of the game are very inclusive and unpretentious. Also—it really comes through that Ben is passionate about chess, as am I, and it shows in his enthusiasm and regard for both his guest and his audience. Thanks for all the hard work, Ben... more
Wonderful podcast I must say, great format, and good length p/episode for just the drive to work etc.
Definitely recommended for any amateur chess players trying to improve seriously or casually. Each episode is very short (10-15 min) so the idea is to get a few tricks and go back to playing the game we love (or read My System etc).
Fantastic program for adult improvers. Ben does a fantastic job giving tips for improvement in chess. I would like that the program were longer, at least 30 minutes. more
Chess podcasts seem to talk about chess without providing specific instructions. I enjoy that as well, but this podcast will directly improve your performance on your next game….. more
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How To Chess launched 2 years ago and published 31 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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