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The best ways to study chess online – 21 Nov 2021
We never had so many resources and options to study and train chess as we do today. Here are some guidelines how to make the best of it.
Teaching chess in 10 simple steps – 17 Jul 2020
Teaching a child chess is to give a wonderful gift for life. Chess should be part of every child’s education. Once they have learned the basics, they can pick the game up again in the same way as learning to swim or to cycle reserves a permanent place in the memory. A short guide for parents from John Foley.
How to stream – 14 May 2020
Streaming chess on Twitch is the hot shit. No matter if you stream your own games, commentate an ongoing top event or give a live lesson, you need a professional setup, engage with your viewers, devise a smart schedule and build a loyal audience. Fiona Steil-Antoni explains how she created her Twitch channel and how it contributes to her “Fionchetta” brand.
How to coach online (part 2) – 26 Apr 2020
How to be optimally prepared. How to use chess platforms to promote yourself. How to work with the Lichess tools Class and Study. Conrad Schormann picked up more hands-on advice from the ECU sponsored webinar with Jop Delemarre and presents some ways for chess coaches to promote themselves.
Online training with Skype and Zoom – 16 Apr 2020
Which are the best tools to bring your chess lessons and training online? This was the theme of a ECU-sponsored webinar by star trainers Jesper Hall and Jop Delemarre. Their insights were picked up by Conrad Schormann.