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    Best Server/Platform for Giving/Taking Online Chess Lessons

    There is a wide range of options available for giving online lessons. Just wondering what your preferences are? Skype? Chess.com? Playchess? ICC? Any other trusted solutions that you fancy?
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    My son's coach is using Trueconf. It is a Russian version of Skype.

    https://trueconf.com/

    P.S. I would suggest ACF seriously looking into it. It can support up to 12 people's conversation and I would expect it to be much cheaper than Telstra (if not free).
    Last edited by Vlad; 24-08-2018 at 09:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    My son's coach is using Trueconf. It is a Russian version of Skype.

    https://trueconf.com/

    P.S. I would suggest ACF seriously looking into it. It can support up to 12 people's conversation and I would expect it to be much cheaper than Telstra (if not free).
    Thx, Vlad!
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    lichess.org is not only free, it's way better than anything I've ever used to teach people on-line. (and you can use it combined with skype of course).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Javier Gil View Post
    lichess.org is not only free, it's way better than anything I've ever used to teach people on-line. (and you can use it combined with skype of course).
    Thx, Javier
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelBaron View Post
    There is a wide range of options available for giving online lessons. Just wondering what your preferences are? Skype? Chess.com? Playchess? ICC? Any other trusted solutions that you fancy?
    I study at Udemy, chess.com, youtube, chessable and chess books.
    "I am convinced that a chess player's style reflects his personality." Vladimir Kramnik
    "A game of chess is not a test of knowledge: it is a battle of nerves." David Bronstein
    "I contend that nothing is as effective for developing a chess player's strength as independent analysis, both of the great players' games and their own." Mikhail Botvinnik
    "I may be very good at chess, but I am just a normal person" Magnus Carlsen

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