Game as old as time itself

Game as old as time itself

Esports, boarding games and more - we at WeCoach got you covered in almost everything you desire to pick up and improve on. Chess is probably one of the most famous games throughout the world and it’s been played for centuries in many countries around the globe. It is a two-player strategy board game played on a chessboard, where each player has 16 figures of several types which move in different ways and the final objective of the game is to take the opposing player’s king. By purchasing our service our coaches will carefully and thoroughly explain to you every detail, move and strategy you will need to know about this magnificent game. Whether you just want to be better than your friends and family or you aspire to be a professional chess player, joining our family will lead you towards your goals.
Combinations and tactics

Combinations and tactics

In chess there are countless possibilities to position and move your figures, which means that there are countless combinations to choose from based on what you currently need. Our coaches have years of experience playing the game and have developed a specific way of thinking and analyzing the current state of the board which they will transition to you. They will teach you how to plan your moves several turns ahead, improve both your offensive and defensive tactics and use several combinations when a favourable situation arises. The path towards improvement is clear with us so purchase our service and checkmate your opposition!
Chess duels with a coach

Chess duels with a coach

Knowing different tactics in theory does not mean that you will manage to use them in practice. That’s why you will be practicing your strategies against your coach - this way you will be able to both learn in an active game environment in which situation a particular move is good and learn from your partner’s moves. Many coaching sessions showed that this particular approach leads to better understanding of the tactics that were learnt and faster and more significant improvement in our clients. Don’t waste more time trying to improve on your own, purchase one of our services and start your journey to becoming the next chess grandmaster!
Looking to take your chess game to the next level?

Looking to take your chess game to the next level?

WeCoach is the best place to get one-on-one chess lessons from some of the world's top players. Our coaches are experienced, patient, and knowledgeable about all aspects of chess. They will work with you at whatever level you're currently playing at, whether it be beginner or master! You'll learn how to think like a grandmaster by studying their games and learning what makes them great. With lessons starting at just $20/hour and absolutely no contract, there's no commitment! Give us a try today and see how much better your game can become.

Frequently Asked Questions

A chess coach helps players to improve their play. A good coach will introduce new concepts and ideas, and show the way how to apply them in practice. It's true that even famous GMs often employ coaches.
Simply contact our live chat, who will direct you to our application form. Once received and approved, we will contact you.
There are many types of coaches, and it's very important to find the coach who matches your needs. A good coach will work on your weaknesses, and also help you to improve in some areas which you may consider to be your strong side. A good coach will identify these issues and provide an actionable plan with ease.
We don't offer free coaching because many of our chess coaches are full-time professional players or coaches who have helped countless others like you improve their game. We do plan on giving away a few sessions in the future though!
Making a purchase has never been easier. Choose from Visa, Mastercard American Express or Discover. We have everything you need!
The price of chess lessons on the Internet varies significantly. It depends on the following circumstances: Language, type of lessons (private or group) number of hours, and of course, experience.
Our website has a convenient search function, you can see the price of lessons from different coaches and filter based on price, language and overall experience.
Some players improve dramatically even in one lesson! – but on the other hand, some chess coaches have years-long experience with no notable progress being made by their students. Just to be clear, it's not your coach's fault if you're not improving, he just shows you the way, but this does not mean that you will follow his advice and start playing like a machine. It may sound harsh, but even if your teacher gives you all the necessary information about chess which you need, you may still fail to improve. Just like in science, where studies are conducted for years before new method is accepted by the community as an effective one, improvement requires hard work - even if your coach shows you what to do. But don't worry! It's not like there are no players who never improved after receiving coaching! It all depends on your coach, and your own motivation & determination.
No need to worry! We've got your back. Simply shoot us a message and we'll be more than happy swap any remaining time with the previous coach over to your new one.
Of course it's very important to practice, but it's also worth remembering that in most chess tournaments you meet opponents of different strengths, some may be considerably weaker than you are, while others will be stronger. That means that even if you're playing well, you still may lose to a much weaker opponent. What's more important than coaching is just getting yourself ready for this! So rather than focusing on coaching sessions, it's better to work on your psychological state before the game begins. It's also worth noting that it's not enough to win against an opponent who plays worse than you - you must also play better than your previous self. This is even more important if you want to win against stronger opponents. But if you're losing to weaker players, it's not always because of your mistakes – sometimes the reason is that your opponent prepares better for the game. And if this happens, don't forget about coaching!