2021 Summer Chess Chess Camp led by National Master Coach RJ

Class Schedule:

Beginner Virtual Camp - For Chess Starter Graduates who have learnt piece movements and basic game play.

     July

       1)  Week 1/2 Mon-Fri (July 5-July 16) - 9:30AM - 11:30AM ET – $400

       2) Week 3/4 Mon-Fri (July 19-July 30) - 9:30AM - 11:30AM ET – $400

     August

       1)  Week 1/2 Mon-Fri (August 2-August 13) - 9:30AM - 11:30AM ET – $400

       2) Week 3/4 Mon-Fri (August 16-August 27) - 9:30AM - 11:30AM ET – $400

Beginner II Virtual Camp - For existing Beginner II students with game play understanding and basic checkmate patterns. Approximately 950-1250 lichess rating level.

     July

       1)  Week 1/2 Mon-Fri (July 5-July 16) - 2:30PM - 4:30PM ET – $400

       2) Week 3/4 Mon-Fri (July 19-July 30) - 2:30PM - 4:30PM ET – $400

       3) Summer Saturdays (Meet 4x) 9:30AM - 10:30AM ET - $160

Intermediate Virtual Camp - Existing intermediate students with knowledge on various visualization/checkmate pattern.  Approximately 1200-1600 lichess rating level.

   July (Meets 4x)

       - Summer Saturdays 10AM - 11:30AM ET - $160

   August 

       1)  Week 1/2 Mon-Fri (August 2-August 13) - 2:30PM - 4:30PM ET – $400

       2) Week 3/4 Mon-Fri (August 16-August 27) - 2:30PM - 4:30PM ET – $400

Advanced Virtual Camp - Existing advanced class students with deeper understanding of visualization and tactical knowledge.  Approximately 1700 - 2200+ lichess rating level

     July

       1)  Week 1/2 Mon-Fri (July 5-July 16) - 2:30PM - 4:30PM ET – $400

       2) Week 3/4 Mon-Fri (July 19-July 30) - 2:30PM - 4:30PM ET – $400

   August (Meets 4x)

       - Summer Saturdays 10AM - 11:30AM ET - $160

Platform:

  •  At the end of the camp on Friday (Excluding Beginner), we will be running a USCF online quick tournament!  An active USCF membership is required to participate.

                - USCF Registration link: https://new.uschess.org/become-member

                - Make Your Move Chess USChess Affiliate ID is A6055707

  • Zoom Conferencing
  • lichess.org

Schedule: (Click to enlarge)

Fees

  • $400 for 2 week for each Session; Choose Session 1 or Session 2 according to month
  • Summer Saturday Dates

    - July 3, 10, 17, 24 Intermediate

    - August 7, 14, 21, 28 Advanced

  • Students registers before May 31 gets 7.5% discount. (Code: ANTICOVID)
Course Descriptions:

Middle Game Lesson

Second stage of chess in which students will be taught different tactical combinations in the different dynamics of the game. Positional strategies that will lead to a good structure going to the endgame. Also a social play to put the fresh ideas into action. Time control would vary depending on the lesson of the day.

Endgame Lesson

Third or last stage of chess in which students will be taught on how to calculate and evaluate to have a good finish of the game, either a win or a draw! Alot of calculation and visualization will be required in end game. Also a social play to put the fresh ideas into action. Time control would vary depending on the lesson of the day.

USCF Online Rated Tournament

As a way of gauging and helping our students in their chess improvements, we include rated tournaments as part of their summer camp curriculum!  Active USCF Membership required - Entry fee included for camp students.
 

Famous Game Analysis

Explain and walk through famous games of the past! Learning from the classical of the famous chess Grand Masters, particularly the ex-world / current champions. Define and explain the reasoning behind each critical move.  Split the group into teams for social play team battle challenge.

Tournament Game Analysis

Study and analyze the tournament games of our students to learn from their mistakes, and know what could be done better. Even a won game has a number of mistakes too! Through this lesson, students will learn to pick up from where they fall, and become a stronger chess player

Positional/Strategical Planning

In a chess game, it is not all about tactics. You must also know how to play positional and strategical to solidify your structure.  This lesson focus on how to build out your fortress and strengthen your position, as well as exploiting your opponent’s weaknesses.

Please contact us for any questions, or visit registration page to register.

 

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