Private Chess Lessons London
Despite all the digital games and devices that we possess nowadays, barraging us with everything from Angry Birds to Mobile Strike, one of the most enduring games remains chess.
It not only gets kids of all ages to think and strategize, it’s cheap to play and provides many hours of fun. Beginners can pick up the rules in a matter of minutes and fans can hone their skills by practice and looking at past games or popular opening strategies.
Private chess lessons in London are a great way to give young people the confidence to think logically, develop strong memory skills and improve their levels of concentration.
The Best Way to Learn Chess
The best way to learn chess in London is to practice, of course. And the best age to start playing is around 6 years when kids have started to develop those more sophisticated thinking strategies. There are plenty of chess clubs and events in London if you look around and there are hundreds, if not thousands, of fans and enthusiasts to play against.
If you want to develop your chess playing skills in London, another option is to get lessons. This is where the game becomes more than just moving a few pieces around the board with students learning the power of thinking ahead and developing strategies to beat an opponent. You can also begin to learn the true power of each piece on the board, how to improve strategy and tactics while looking at past games and famous moves to develop as a more powerful player.
Benefits of One to One Chess Lessons
Chess helps develop better thinking processes that can benefit your child later in life as they continue their education. Getting one to one chess lessons with someone who has studied the game for years can help you advance much quicker. A game like chess, of course, compete with other activities that kids naturally get attracted to. Giving them the chance to gain greater competence can stop them getting bored and increase the likelihood that they’ll continue to play as they grow older.
If you have a child who is already a big fan of chess, they’re no doubt learning all the different strategies and nuances of the game on their own. Having one to one chess lessons in London can mean they get access to someone who knows what they are talking about and can explain different aspects of the game and improve certain skills. That’s great if they want to take part in tournaments.
Chess Lessons at Home in London
As a lover of chess, I can travel to your home and provide lessons there, whichever part of London you live in. The lessons for those between 6 and 7 years is normally one hour, over that age the optimal time is two hours. During these sessions, your child will be able to learn some new things and begin to develop the kind of strategic thinking that will make them a very good player, perhaps even a future Grand Master.
Of course, you don’t have to be a child to learn how to play chess. If you’re just starting out, whatever your age, I can help with some great chess coaching.
If you’d like to find out more about private chess lessons in London, contact me today.