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Leopold Kiselev
Leopold Kiselev

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Are there any free alternatives to's lessons? I find them very helpful as it's interactive, explains the entire thought process and strategy, and explains why wrong moves are wrong, etc. I don't have a subscription so I'm limited to 1 a day. I know paying is an option but I plan to support lichess in the near future. Coming from the open source industry, I really admire that project. lessons free download

While the site does offer a number of free features and services, it's worth considering signing up for the premium membership if you're interested in using all of the site's resources like lessons, tournaments, and unlimited everything.

The Interactive Lessons on are a great way to improve your chess rating and knowledge on! All Premium members have all lessons unlimited. Basic members get the 'New to Chess' section unlimited, and 1 lesson per week in all other areas.*

The video library is another treasure trove for chess improvement. There is plenty of free content, but upgrading to a diamond membership will give you unlimited access to the entire video library. There are 10+ minute videos added nearly every day from extremely strong players.

You get a lot when you upgrade to a premium account. Unlimited puzzles, puzzle rush, lessons, and much more. The lessons are my favorite and are a tremendous resource for chess improvement. Upgrade your account today for unlimited lessons and grow on your journey to chess improvement.

Lessons is a treasure trove of information on any aspect of the game you'd want to review. While there are a host of lessons available for free, many are only included with the membership subscription.

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Chess24 follows a freemium model with limited access to all features for free accounts and unlimited for premium members. Among the advantages of going premium is challenging world-class players during a banter blitz session and getting live lessons with top coaches.

Lichess is the 2nd largest online chess platform besides with over 10 million plus downloads on the google play store. You can play matches with other players around the world, play in tournaments, watch your favorite streamers, engage in the community, analyse your games, and more importantly solve thousands of chess tactics to help develop your visualization and calculation skills.

This site and the app is hosted by, but offers so much more! Known as Chess for Kids- Play & Learn in the App Store, users can create a free account on a web browser, or on both Apple and Android devices. offers a whole host of information, lessons, puzzles, and live games to help kids aged 4 and up learn to play and perfect their skills! has a lot to boast about considering that it hosts millions of live games each day online through a web browser or its apps, available for both Android and iOS users! In fact, owns, so the interface and available lessons are very similar, but geared towards older players. While is not a chess app for kids specifically, it can give children an extra challenge by playing more formidable opponents online, while parents supervise.

The app is free to try, but after a few lessons, you will be asked to upgrade to a $3/month membership. At the time of writing this guide, there were about 200 lessons. The developers claim to design and add new lessons regularly.

Lichess is a free and open-source Internet chess server run by a non-profit organization. It was founded in 2010 by French programmer Thibault Duplessis (more info on Wikipedia). Lichess has the second most traffic for chess websites after It has never charged a penny to its users and the site continues on the free (and ad-free!) way. All their efforts are funded by donors who enjoy the platform and want to help keep it alive.


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