Chess Teachers

Create Chess Training Material for your Pupils

With Chess Position Trainer you can create training material with ease. It allows you to train your pupils in openings. Thanks to the candidate move concept you can precisely define which variation your pupils should play. After creating of a repertoire it’s a piece of cake to distribute the repertoire to your pupils as you only have to send one file.



Take Advantage of the unique Training Functions

Your pupils train your repertoire with the training module. This way they learn your training material faster than ever before. Almost endless parameters let you find the perfect settings for your pupils. The training ensures that your preferred moves will be played. At the same time your pupil will be automatically focused on his weaknesses thanks to the flash-card concept. The use of sounds and visual effects result in a higher learning motivation for your pupils. Dry exercises have been substituted by an interesting and diversified training. Especially the percentage number which reflects the current repertoire knowledge will become highly motivating.


At any time you have an Overview about the Progress your Pupils make

Thanks to the information about the repertoire knowledge of a pupil you can exactly follow the progress he or she is making. This fully integrated function shows as a percentage number how well your pupil knows each opening already. Compare the values between two sessions!


What makes Chess Position Trainer special?

This chess opening software will change the way how you create, manage and study your chess opening repertoire.

It will become a major time saver for your daily work and make it even fun to train your chess openings. Even if you have never before created your own repertoire this chess software will make it a piece of cake and there are good chances that you'll even become addictive to it! You don't believe us? Try it yourself for free!

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"I have been recommending Chess Position Trainer to students for several years now as part of a multi-pronged approach to learning openings. [...]"

GM Nigel Davies