Learn Chess from GM Arun,

the World’s Youngest Grand Master's Coach.

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World's Youngest Chess Grandmaster, New Jersey 12-Year-Old

“I certainly believe that if not for the pandemic, Abhi would have definitely overtaken this record much earlier,” said his coach of six years, Grandmaster Arun Prasad Subramanian. He explained that becoming a grandmaster is one of the highest titles one can achieve in chess. There are no other official titles except World Champion, which Abhimanyu is currently working towards.

A Personalized Experience

Immersive Chess Learning

Learn and play chess under GM Arun's supervision! Our custom-built chess learning platform is designed to make it feel especially special for each student.

Capture all the skills

Maintain focus on the chessboard while interacting with coach Arun and learn the best skills, mirroring the experience of in-person learning.

Learn Smarter

Coach Arun's interactive puzzle & positions help you learn chess smarter.

Custom curriculums

Lesson plans will be personalized for individual skill levels, interests, and goals.

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Live Lessons

By registering get access to my live mentoring sessions online.Improve you tactics and puzzle solving techniques.

Online Tournaments

Online Tournaments will be conducted on a regular basis. Students can play from anywhere using the mobile.

Blindfold chess

Blind fold chess helps the student to improve visual thinking and problem solving skills.

Practice Positions

Set of positions are kept to play with engine. This feature helps the players to improve positional plays.

Share Games

Share your tournament games with the coach and get it annotated in a short while.Store your favourite games in repository.


Online regulated assignments are given online to boost the thinking capacity of the player.

Learn from the coach of the world's youngest grandmaster

“I believe in proper training method for the students to become stronger. I train my students with my curriculum which has been built over the years with proven success. I also understand that every player is different, and they need something unique rather than the same method for everyone.


Arunprasad Subramanian