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Here is what some of our members are saying

I had prepared a lesson for my 8-year-old student about pawn endings (key squares and opposition). To my surprise he solved every endgame perfectly and immediately. I was intrigued and asked him which coach had taught him to play these endgames so well. His answer surprised me. He had learned to play these endgames by practicing ‘100 Endgames You Must Know’ by Jesus de la Villa on Chessable, by himself.

by NM Han Schut (2257 USCF)

I love the Chessable learning system and how the site operates. I am learning very rapidly and didn't know ANY prior chess openings.

by Derwin (dprince32)

It learns where you make mistakes ... and it keeps on testing you on that particular position until finally it's beaten into your ... brain, until you begin to learn how to do it... Over time, you really begin to learn these things, through the repetition. Of all the chess sites and all the chess books I ever read, and I had learnt absolutely nothing, I have to say, Chessable is fantastic.

by Graham Cluley (Award-winning computer security expert)

Chessable has changed the way that I think about opening preparation. The preparation of lines for structured learning and spaced review has taught me to make more effective use of the tools I already had. I'll be using Chessable from now on, both for my own work and for my students.

by NM Tim McGrew (2201 USCF)

I've never used a tool so good for self-directed learning in chess. The ability to make my own private drillable repertoires from analysis of my games has accelerated my understanding of the ideas behind the openings I play, and the speed of my pattern recognition is gaining me all kinds of time against my opponents right out of the opening.

by Ryan Anderson (psilohead)

I've tried using other tools (e.g. Chessbase, Chess Position Trainer) to build and study an opening repertoire. However, I always stalled out after building a few lines since when I went to train with those tools it wasn't fun, was cumbersome, and felt like work. Chessable makes training chess openings fun and now I'm actually learning the repertoire I'm supposed to know!

by Peter Newhall (2022 USCF)
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