Bill Karneges is a chess teacher and author of The Six Power Moves of
Chess, who has taught for the Berkeley Chess School’s, “Chess in the
Schools” program. In the “Six Power Moves of Chess” he shares the epiphany he had while analyzing the games of world chess champion, Viswanathan Anand, which enabled him, literally overnight, to go from being an average chess player to beating chess experts in tournament play.
After a twelve year layoff he has re-entered tournament competition in search of the master title. Because of his insights and effective teaching style he is considered by many to be the go to teacher for players from beginner to advanced A-level. He has helped amateurs and tournament players get unstuck and take their game to the next level.
15142 min15-part Games course78 CQ
Take on a new challenge and learn how to play a centuries-old strategy board game: chess! Review the board, the pieces, and key beginner concepts including time-tested strategies and chess tactics.
13203 min13-part Games course108 CQ
This chess strategy course covers 12 common named chess openings. Explore the strategies behind opening moves, and learn to hold your own—and not lose quickly—when playing advanced chess players.