Live Webinar

“Chess Talent at a young age”

by IM Alex Kundin


Chess Talent at a young age


IM Alex Kundin

Date:Sunday, 22 March at 3 p.m. (15:00) GMT UK time.

90 minutes.


limited to 100.


Standard ticket only = $10

*Registration will close 2 hours before the webinar begins.


Standard ticket

  • Attend the webinar

  • Submit your games

  • Submit your questions


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Chess Talent at young age

You might be aware of the fact that the legendary Garry Kasparov became agrandmaster at the age of 17. Some might have thought that it would take years for someone to break this record.
But a young talent from Norway - Magnus Carlsen, who became a GM at the age of 13, which is amazing, too! :)
Magnus Carlsen and Garry Kasparov
There are also some other players who established their potential in chess and became GM at a young age - for example Karjakin, Negi, Radjabov, Caruana, Giri, Leko and so on. And we may notice that the list of young talents in chess is indeed huge.
But the question is – how do they develop their minds and keep progressing atyoung age? Most importantly, how can they do so very naturally?
Is it because they were born special and became a chess master at an early age? However, their interest inpassion for, and dedication to chess are the most important factors for such glories.
In this webinar, IM Kundin will teach you about the following things:
  • How do some players become a master at an early age?
  • What are the key factors for their success?
  • He will reveal about the chess talent of great players like Aronian, Naidistch and many more.
  • Most importantly, how can YOU establish your talent in your games.

About the host

You may already know Alex Kundin very well from his previous webinar, but still, here is a short description about him:
Alex Kundin
  • International master
  • Former Europe youth champion
  • An experienced chess coach
  • Has an extensive knowledge about chess openings
P.S. Please note that seats are limited to 100 students. If you wish to participate – please register NOW.