"How should I study chess?" "How should I improve my play?" Every player faces these questions at different stages of his/her chess career.
In general, how does a chess player improve? A common and probably the most effective way to improve is to participate in tournaments, then analyze one's own games in order to find weaknesses and then to work on neutralizing these weaknesses. At the same time, a chess player should further develop his/her personal strengths. To be more efficient, one needs a help of a coach.
Check out the variety of lectures, covering different aspects of the game. I also offer a course, including special testing positions for evaluation, as well as an analysis of the student's games.
We can develop together a detailed studying plan, tailored specifically for the individual's strengths and weaknesses. It will allow the player to study more efficiently and achieve the best results and improve his/her overall chess understanding.
Lessons in person provided at the International Chess Academy's Glen Rock, NJ location. On line lessons provided via the Skype.
GM Alex Stripunsky