Chess Resources

If you've never played chess, but still want something to do, please feel free to check out the following resources. They're all free and high-quality.

“Could we look into the head of a chess player, we should see there are a whole world of feelings, images, ideas, emotion, and passion.” - Alfred Binet

Lichess Learn

Lichess is by far my favorite chess website, as it is 100% free and very high-quality.
Within this link, you will learn the pieces of the game, how they move, and much more!
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Saint Louis Chess Club YouTube Channel

Featuring beginner to advanced video lessons from various instructors.

Chessable is an online platform that offers a wide range of chess courses, tutorials, and training materials for players of all skill levels.
The site provides interactive chess lessons with a focus on improving memory retention and learning efficiency, through the use of advanced techniques such as spaced repetition and gamification.