34 ( +1 | -1 ) chess teacher needed322546, a player on my team wants to learn how to play better chess, but i am not good enough to really help him. if there is anyone that would be able to help him out some you can go ahead and challenge him or leave a post and set up any other arrangement you would like.
33 ( +1 | -1 ) i do not know how much help he needs. he just joined my team and i have not played him, but he asked if i would help him, but i said i was not all that good of player and that i would try to see if someone would be willing to help him out. i honestly dont know how much he wants to know, if he wants to be a master or simply more competitive.
113 ( +1 | -1 ) chess coachesThe question is vague. The answer really depends on his strength, goals and what he is willing to spend. For the vast majority of players under 2000 elo the suggestion from every master is to study tactics until your eyes bug out.(they dont use the term eyes bug out but I would not bother taking lessons really until your at least 1500 since the vast majority of losses before this point are due to gross tactical oversights than anything else. Go to mywebpages.comcast.net/danheisman/Articles/Novice_Nook_Links.htm and read ALL the articles there. I would also suggest joining a local chess club or an online one like Free internet chess server (FICS) or Internet chess club (ICC). Play long games (avoid blitz like the plague), go over them with your opponent and a stronger player (defined by a player rated 200 points or higher).
If he wants some other suggestions have him message me and send me an email.