Here at Chessable we have been playing a different type of Spanish Game to the Ruy Lopez and today we have some major news for you, as we can now reveal our hugely anticipated Spanish launch!
We are over the moon to be able to offer some of our best courses in Spanish.
Here is the flightpath for converting your Chessable account to Spanish.
5…Log in to your Chessable account.
4…From your dashboard, click on your profile picture.
3…Click on Settings.
2…On the next page, make sure you’re on the Profile tab.
1…From the drop-down Choose Your Language menu, select “Spanish.”
Lift off! Scroll all the way down to the page and click Save Settings.
Converting your Chessable account to Spanish is also ABC-easy:
- While still on your settings page, switch to the “Profile” tab.
- Under “Choose Your Language,” select “Español.”
- Save your settings, and that’s it.
Top Courses – Now in Spanish!
Two of our top courses are now available as Spanish language editions.
The Checkmate Patterns Manual by CraftyRaf & by IM John Bartholomew is now ready for you in its alternative version, Manual de Patrones de Mate.
International Master Vladimir Vukovic’s famous The Art Of Attack In Chess is also available in Spanish, as El Arte del Ataque en Ajedrez. The course has been augmented even further, with the addition of Grandmaster Pepe Cuenca’s club player-friendly commentary to the mix!
This is course is by the start of the show, the one and only International Master David “Divis” Martinez, who is the most popular Spanish-speaking chess commentator in the world. IM Martinez is also the coach of David Anton Guijarro, one of Spain’s top players. The new theory in this course is hotter than the surface of Venus.
Out of This World Offer
We are beaming with pride over our Spanish launch but even this news is almost eclipsed by our sale for the three Spanish courses mentioned above – which offers a massive 60% discount on all three titles! However, our special launch sale ends at 7.00 a.m. on Monday 3 May (CET) so best act fast to avoid missing out.
Incidentally, it is not just courses that are now appearing in Spanish. Two of our most popular blog posts have also been translated and they can be found here:
Stay tuned for further announcements. More Spanish courses will soon be in the system, featuring a whole galaxy of chess stars. Hold on tight – it is going to be quite a journey!