Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

As our slogan says “Chess for all” the game is for people of all ages. It can be learned at any age. You can learn, play as long as you are happy learning new ideas.
For Kids, if they enjoy what they are doing, then chances of progress increases.
We recommend 4 years onwards is the right age to start learning chess.
There are many advantages of playing chess:
  • Chess improves concentration
  • Chess develops memory
  • Chess promotes imagination and creativity
  • Chess improves patience
  • Chess helps in decision-making
  • Chess develops self-confidence
  • Kids excel in mathematics
Above all, We believe “Life Imitates Chess” in many ways and all the ideas you learn on the board can be implemented in real life.
To live Life in an organized way everyone should play Chess!
The syllabus is divided into three levels:
  1. Beginner Level (Course Duration: 1 Year)
  2. Intermediate Level (Course Duration: 1 Year)
  3. Advanced Level
For Advanced Level, the course duration depends upon the target in Chess. For example: – To win District, Division, State or National Level Championship or To get an International FIDE Rating, etc.
Learning Chess is a never ending process, as the number of possibilities in a game of Chess is more than a number of atoms in the Universe. One should keep learning to develop overall personality and get all the benefits of Chess.
To choose the right Trainer is the most important decision for the future of your child.
A good trainer always motivates and teaches in an Interesting way to make learning easy for kids.
Personal coaching is very much effective if the student has enough basic knowledge of chess and is ready to take it to the next level.
As a Beginner, 1 hour is sufficient to study chess every day.
As an Intermediate, we recommend minimum 1.5 hours of practice every day.
As a professional minimum 3 hours of practice is required every day.
We, at Victorious believe chess is a model of life. A group of qualified trainers shows how life imitates chess with examples and experiences of their own.
We educate kids through the medium of chess.
A Chess Rating System is a system used in chess to calculate an estimated strength of the player, based on his or her performance versus other players. It is used by World Chess Federation (FIDE) to evaluate the strength of every player. Therefore this rating system is known as FIDE rating system. Most of the systems are used to recalculate ratings after a tournament or match but some are used to recalculate ratings after individual games.
In almost all systems a higher number indicates a stronger player.
In general, player’s ratings go up if they perform better than expected and down if they perform worse than expected. The magnitude of the change depends on the rating of their opponents.
The ELO rating system is currently the most widely used.
Yes, we do conduct Internal Tournaments for students to prepare for Open District, Division, State, National, and International Tournaments.
At the beginning, parents can play an important role in the improvement of their child in Chess.
As a parent you can:
  • Play chess with your child. Ask them why they made a particular move and reinforce the idea that every move should be made with a purpose. This will create good playing atmosphere at home.
  • Help your child to complete the work given by trainer.
  • Take feedback from trainer to scale the progress of your child in chess.
Like in chess and in life, we should always learn from our mistakes and try not to repeat them. Always motivate your child in a best possible way!