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FM greatchesscoach lichess coach

FM Yevhenii Yelisieiev

I am a professional chess coach from Ukraine with decent experience.

Location Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine
Languages English, Russian, Ukrainian
Rating FIDE: 2401, 2408 2406
Hourly rate $25
Availability Now accepting students
Contact Send a private message

About me

I am a 19 years old Fide Master and National chess master from Ukraine, Dnepropetrovsk. I am studying international economics at ukrainian national University.
I have played chess since I was 4 years old and I really like it . I hope to help you to love chess as I do and highly increase your chess level.

Playing experience

I am the winner of many ukrainian and international chess tournaments.
Here are few of my last achievements:
1) 1st place in the International Master chess tournament in Budapest with the great perfomance 2710 second IM norm successfully achieved.
2) IM norm in the International chess tournament CZECH OPEN 2017 PARDUBICE OPEN with perfomance 2573
3) 3rd place in Ukrainian chess championship 2016 (U18).
4) 1st place in Ukrainian rapid team championship 2017
5) 1st place in Ukrainian rapid team championship 2016
6) 2nd place in International Master chess tournament in Budapest

Best skills

I have two years of teaching expirience. I speak English, Ukrainian, and Russian fluently so the lesson can be in either language. I want to help you to become a much stronger chess player. I have a personal studying plan for every one of my students taking into account their individual characteristics.

Teaching methodology

What are we gonna do during a typical lesson?
1) Building your own opening repertoire based on your personal playing style.
2) Analyzing your personal games to find out your main weaknesses and make it go away.
3) Working on your positional understanding.
4) Reviewing the best games in chess history helping you to understand the magic of chess.
5) Covering the typical endgames to make your endgames technique better.
6) Playing some games with analysis to figure out your problems and solve them.
A great number of other things we can do depending on your personal preferences.