Alberto Chueca, FIDE Trainer & International Master 
I am International Master and Chess coach. I like to help people to improve their chess level. Starting teaching them the basic concepts and adding more complexity to every lesson. I have designed a special methodology to improve in chess which we are using in the lessons with very good results. If you are finding how to improve your chess level, I recommend you to check The Chueca Method to see how I work :)
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05 The ways to improve in chess ♟️
Alberto Chueca

Beth Harmon and her Repercussion in Chess

How Beth Harmon changed chess

Chess has been taking over slowly of all streaming platforms that are popular nowadays, first, Twitch, and now Netflix too. The amazing history of Beth Harmon is a tale that has impressed the world, to the point that it became important.

There have even been several changes in chess just because of the series, the truth is that it has shaken the world. A particular interest in chess has appeared in people who watched the series.

The reason is simple; the queen’s gambit is a Netflix mini-series that tells the story of Beth Harmon, a … Read more

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The funniest chess variations to escape the monotony

Chess and its different variations

Chess is a game that has had great reach all over the world, and it has a community that takes chess as a culture. This is why there is no surprise many other games have been invented and based on chess.

These games are usually called chess variations because they have their foundations on original chess. And, it’s not weird to see, most of these variations keep a consistent style with regular chess.

Playing chess variations can be really fun, and there are lots of them to choose from. Chess variations also have the purpose … Read more

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Alberto Chueca

The best free chess resources to improve fast with links

Free chess resources to become a better chess player

Many books have been written about chess improvement and are amazing how big this topic can be. Playing chess is an art, that requires time and brainpower.

Improving at chess means knowing the techniques and the method to achieve that effect. Many books can actually be helpful to you, but not all of them.

Psychology plays an important role in this aspect and is important to take it into account. Because studying chess not always means better results.

Not because you spend 8 hours straight a day, it means you will … Read more

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Alberto Chueca

The Best Chess YouTubers To Have Fun While Improving Your Skills

Best chess YouTubers to learn

Learning chess is easier nowadays because the internet has so much information and a lot of content. Chess YouTubers do their best to teach and to bring chess content to the public in general.

Although chess on YouTube will never replace the normal chess training as the best-improving method, chess videos have their effect. It’s a revolutionary and effective way to learn something, and it combines studying with fun very well.

Today we will give you a list of the best chess YouTubers there are, and the most instructive of all of them.


Gothamchess … Read more

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Alberto Chueca

The magic of chess and eSports

What is eSports?

ESports is the name given to all of the sports that are played on electronic devices or portals. That’s why the “e” on eSports stands for “electronic”, so chess and eSports, what they have in common?

In reality, eSports and chess have a fine relationship with each other, even more during the pandemic. Some of the most popular eSports that exist are the CS:GO, Dota 2, and LOL competitions.

The eSports have an incredible amount of public and they can get great crowds going to see them live. Chess and eSports can be compared because chess has … Read more

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Alberto Chueca

The Inspiring History Of Chess

The beginnings of chess

Chess is a mysterious game, and it’s presumed that it started many years ago. Nobody really knows the age of chess, or where it was created, there are many theories about the history of chess.

However, the most accepted says it was created in India, around 2000 years ago, and it was nothing like chess nowadays. By that time, it was called “Shatranj”, kings were not facing chess these times, the white king started on e1, while the black king started on d8.

Also, the pieces moved differently, pawns could not move two squares ahead in … Read more

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Top 10: Best Chess Streamers!

The best chess streamers

Chess has been growing progressively in the giant streaming platform: Twitch. The reality is that chess has taken some popularity because of several events that have been done.

The queen’s gambit series on Netflix, plus the pandemic (incredibly), have helped chess to get a lot more popular on the internet. Chess is an interesting game, that can be enjoyed by those who don’t know the depth concepts of the game.

This is why we bring you a list of the best chess streamers to watch on Twitch. We have a list of the funniest, and most … Read more

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Alberto Chueca

Top 10: Marvelous Apps to Play Chess

The best apps to play chess

Improving in chess is a task that requires hard work, discipline, and excellent methods to learn. As a chess coach, I can tell by experience, that chess learning must be fun and progressive.

One of the best ways to combine learning with fun is by always changing the method you use to train, or by trying out different strategies.

Today we bring you the 10 best chess apps to play chess and improve your skills in the process. is a desktop ask to the webpage of, you have surely heard about … Read more

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How to Determine Your Child’s Chess level

What chess level is my child?

Parents usually worry too much about their kids’ improvement and development in chess. As a chess coach, I have seen this so many times, people asking around “what chess level is my child?”.

There are certain ways to determine the chess level of a special someone. However, people give too much importance to this matter, being something not really imperative.

I have seen many parents “worrying” about the children’s progress, and sometimes they look even more worried than the kids. We have to understand what is important about learning chess when you are young … Read more

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Introduce Chess to Children
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The Best Ways to Introduce Chess to Children

Introduce Chess to Children: A Guide for Parents

Chess is a pretty interesting game that allows people to learn a lot of practical concepts they can use, that’s why most parents introduce chess to children. The benefits of playing chess are more than what you think, it’s extremely good to learn different things.

You can compare anything to chess, the proactivity of the game is similar to pretty much anything in life. Introducing chess to children is introducing them to rational thinking and common sense.

That’s what your children will develop if they start to play chess often, which is … Read more

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Alberto is giving me step by step guidance on how to progress in chess. Because of his strong repertoire and game analysis support I was able to get an initial rating of 2148. My sincere thanks to my mentor Alberto who constantly supports me in my game analysis and helps me strengthen my game before going to the next rounds. He has a huge database of knowledge that caters to the beginner up to the master level. Thank you, Alberto, for being there throughout my chess journey.
Vyom and Omya have been learning from Coach Alberto since they were USCF rated ~1500 & ~1000 respectively. Coach Alberto played a critical role in understanding Vyom’s weaknesses and helped him overcome them. He has been an exceptional chess coach with a lot of patience with my kids. He played an instrumental role in teaching them different openings for both black and white. He is always available to help/guide them. He helps to analyze the games and suggest good moves. Our kids are very comfortable with the teaching style of Coach Alberto. He being an active player also helps as he shares what he learns from his games and experience as well.