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💰What is the average price of Chess lessons?

The average price of Chess  lessons is 


The price of your lessons depends on a number of factors

  • The experience of your teacher
  • The location of your lessons (at home, online, or an outside location)
  • the duration and frequency of your lessons

97% of teachers offer their first lesson for free.

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💡 Why take Chess lessons?
With the help of a Chess you can master Chess more efficiently  

Our private tutors share their expert knowledge to help you to master any subject. 

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💻 Can you learn Chess online?
On Superprof, many of our Chess tutors offer online tuition.

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🎓How many tutors are available to give Chess lessons?

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✒️ How are our Chess tutors rated?
From a sample of 591  tutors, students rated their private tutors 5.0 out 5.

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Why you should consider getting chess lessons

Chess is a world-famous game that can be much more than just a source of entertainment. Chess is a game of strategy, planning and patience and by playing it those skills can be learnt and improved upon further. With practice and experience, players can improve their decision-making, rational thinking, foresight and will develop their ability to make informed and thought-out decisions quickly. However, these skills won’t just all appear and improve by themselves. It will take time, practice and the continuous use of those skills for them to develop at any significant rate.

Having a chess tutor will ensure that any players, new or experienced, will be able to practice playing against an experienced and knowledgeable player who can help them to learn from their mistakes and playing and will be taught methods to play faster and better and learn the more intricate aspects of the game. Being taught by a chess teacher will not only allow useful skills to be developed upon faster, it will also help you to become a better player as you learn the more technical aspects of the game. Having a good foundation and understanding of the technical aspects will help your skill and experience to be even more effective.

If you want to take chess seriously and hope to participate in competitions, then having a tutor critique and provide feedback on your playing will help you to prepare and reach the level that you need to participate in contests. If you just want to get better at chess for the enjoyment of improving and playing against a strong opponent who will also give you advice and lessons afterwards then it is still a very good idea to enlist the help of a tutor.


How much is a chess teacher?

We have a selection of available chess tutors around the country and depending on your reasons for wanting a tutor, wanting to prepare for competitions for example then it may be worth spending more to get the technical expertise that you are hoping to receive so that you can attain the level of playing that you hope to reach.  If you are a causal player who wants to learn for the sake of it and having the opportunity to learn and play at the same time then there are also rates that could suit you.

Prices range from €8 to €65 and what is best suited to you just really depends on what you hope to learn from getting a chess tutor and what your budget is.


Is it hard to find chess lessons in Ireland with Superprof?

It's easy to find chess lessons all around Ireland, with Superprof at least! Once you search for chess lessons in Ireland on our website you will get a list of all of our currently available tutors who offer fun, helpful and informative chess lessons for anyone interested in learning more about the game.

From there you can click on the profiles of each teacher so that you can get a better idea of what types of chess lessons they are providing, who the classes are aimed at, as well as what aspects of chess the teacher would like to focus on and impart on their students.

Some tutors like to have groups of students for their lessons, while others focus their classes for younger ages and others who wish to provide highly technical and informative lessons where students can gain a deep understanding of the technical mechanics and aspects of chess as well as improving their skills in specific areas of the game such as the opening or late game.

Once you have found a tutor that you like and who you think is teaching what you would like to learn then it’s as simple as booking a class from their profile. At this point you will also have the opportunity to talk to the tutor before any classes are actually done in case you have any questions for the tutor.

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