- Innovative platform can boost chess strength
- Backed by YouTube chess master
- Uses science-based training technique
- Site is app-store for chess content
Chessable, the chess trainer lauded by YouTube chess star John Bartholomew, is ready to make a major push into the e-learning market after attracting nearly £100,000 of investment.
The innovative platform, that claims it can help boost users’ chess strength up to master level through its unique science-based training technique, received backing following a successful round of SEIS approved funding.
Chess Master John Bartholomew
Chessable was developed and co-founded by Swindon-based educational psychology and video games specialist David Kramaley and International Master Bartholomew, the hugely-popular US chess professional.
The site, which is optimised for mobile devices, allows anyone to learn a wide range of openings and precise endgame techniques at home and on the move.
Users also get access to an expanding library of original free and paid-for digital