Chess Class Online

Open to all

Chess, possibly the most infuriating yet satisfying game ever. While playing chess, you use most of your brainpower into strategizing and constructing each move. This acts as a fun exercise for your mind. Online chess lessons by the Hobby Tribe should be your go-to. This universal chess training for beginners teaches you the nitty-gritty of what goes behind winning the game. You would be surprised at the revelations and insights you gain throughout the course.

Our trained mentor will share their experience while showing you the correct method of application. They will then proceed to take you through a training period where you will learn while having fun. So if in doubt, try out free chess lessons to know if this is the right option for you. You won’t be disappointed!

Course Level



Live Sessions

Session Duration

1 hour

Instruction Language


Course Details

Batch Type


No of Sessions

4 Sessions

Session Length

60 mins

Session Frequency

Once a Week

Batch Details

Day and Time will be mentioned in the free class

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3000 4000 (INR)

( 750.0 per session )

Learning Path

Free Trial
  1. Setting up a chess board
  2. Understanding how different pieces move
  1. A chess board
  2. A note book
  3. A strong internet connection
  4. Video should be switched on
  5. Your enthusiasm
Week 1
  1. Learning the fundamental tactics
  2. The key strategies to play a game
Week 2
  1. Understanding the structure
  2. Different phases of a game
Week 3
  1. Opening basics
  2. Time management(handling time pressure)
Week 4
  1. Etiquette while playing
  2. Middle game

Instructor Details

Joshua Stephen

My name is Joshua Stephen, I’m currently doing my Bachelor in Arts at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. Chess is not just a hobby but also a passion that helps me to express myself and, in many ways, defines who I am. I have been playing chess for more than 10 years now. I believe all chess players are artists and as much as it is perceived as a game of logic and reasoning, it takes a lot of creativity to master the 64 squares. My favourite chess player is Vasyl Invanchuk and my games are heavily influenced by his style of play.

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