play vs the higher rated bots
Analyze with engine, youtube videos
GothamChess is quite good at explaining chess and how to get better for both beginners and intermediate level players
Keep playing, watch YouTubers like egadomater(i probably spelled him wrong) chess base, chess learning. That's how i got to learn.
700 is already insanely good (I'm also 700)
i did nothing but play play play and i got to 1800 in 3 months i believe
now im 2100 in bullet pretty bad but im okay with it
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learn nades and map entry flash queen and snipe king with awp mens))
Chess com is good i think, i learned a lot opening from there also analyze my matches...
learn new openings and strategies from youtube
Daniel Naroditsky's speedruns on his youtube channel would be quite helpful for you to understand lines and get better fast, try it out
dont hang free pieces and you will get over 1000 easily
Best way to improve quickly as a beginner is to learn one opening for white and black and play only that. Learn all of the main variations/lines out of the opening and any tricks. Also, practice your endgames because new players all have horrible endgame technique. Other than that, just play a lot!
For chess learning watch Gotham or Naroditsky (Gotham is more for casual players, while Naroditsky caters more to actual chess players). Avoid blitz/bullet and play Rapid or longer time controls that allow you to think instead until you are comfortable not to blunder something out of the opening. Learn some basic chess principals, pick an opening for white and black that suits you (positional, aggressive, trappy etc.), avoid heavy theory openings that you see grandmasters playing like Sicilian, Ruy Lopez etc and stick to simpler openings like London, vienna, pirc/kings indian, caro kann etc. And the most important thing is to just play and you can easily get to around 1500 or more without ever doing srs studying.
play a lot of games, the more games you play the more experience you get and the more you learn from your mistakes.
1800, I learned exclusively from Lichess tutorials, although youtube coach may be better for you. Gothamchess is very popular
First of all don't play short time formats (blitzing out random moves for 3 minutes will not help you to improve) play at least 10 min format, so you can think about the positions and moves. Find some tutorial on youtube that teaches the absolute basics (how to develop and so on) – I like Daniel Naroditsky's channel, he is really good at explaining imo. Also do puzzles, so you get to know the tactical patterns. After getting familiar with the basics, start learning some openings and endgames.
do a fuckton of puzzles
noticing a puzzle pattern in a game will literally make you hard
and a winner
I got to 2150 rapid on chess.com and used to play in tournaments with a tournament rating of about 1900. Do a ton of puzzles on lichess if you don't have premium on chess.com, and don't study opening theory too hard. Learn one opening for white that you always play and two for black (one for 1.e4 and another for 1.d4). Additionally, you should spend a lot of time trying to better understand the game strategically. Watching a lot of GM streamers on twitch will help with this, but you should also go over old games from people like Morphy, Steinitz, and Casablanca.