Welcome To My Website!

I am przemm82 and I am addicted to chess :-). I was 36 years old in August 2018 when I decided to start a difficult but interesting journey and take a deep dive into the chess world. The question that I wanted answered was: can a person at my age achieve anything in chess or maybe it is already too late? I learnt chess rules when I was a small kid – years ago – and since then played couple of games a year, just for fun, with my older brother. What’s my main goal? It is obvious that I will not become a grandmaster, not even an international master. If I could however reach 2000 national rating (not necessarily FIDE), that would be great. Then I will probably set up a new goal!

“I have come to the personal conclusion that while all artists are not chess players, all chess players are artists.” – Marcel Duchamp


My chess journey:


8th March 2018

Registered on chess.com. Wanted to play chess from time to time. Beginner level.


1st August 2018

Decided to concetrate on improving my chess skills. Started studying hard: reading books, watching chess lectures, solving chess tactics puzzles, playing games every day!


14th September 2018

Registered on lichess.org. It is always good to check available alternatives and this portal caught my eye.


28th September 2018

Had my first ever chess lesson with a coach. I didn't know what to expect but was optimistic. Everything went great - money well spent!


7th October 2018

Played in my first ever chess tournament and got first official national ranking (not FIDE): 1400


28th October 2018

Played in third chess tournament and increased my national rating to: 1600


1st December 2018

Set up my Chess Addicts YouTube channel. The goal is to: promote chess, analyse games, learn from other people, be a better player!

Where to find me?

I created Chess Addicts YouTube channel where I publish some of the games that I played, games from chess champions and challenging puzzles. Feel free to subscribe and also follow my Twitter / Facebook accounts!

I would like to thank you for all kind words and support in my chess journey. Thank you for being with me!

“Chess is the struggle against the error.” – Johannes Zukertort