This is a perfect class for students who know the very basics but not much beyond that.
In this class students will learn: types of checkmates, piece values and certain advanced concepts such as stalemate and enpassant.
All CCCSA Courses Moved Online
What does this mean for the student?
Students will receive a live lesson from their usual instructor via Zoom conferencing
Students will be able to engage with their instructor in real time.
Instructors will upload problem sets to Chessable where students will be able to complete their homework (more details coming soon).
CCCSA course curriculum will be followed as planned.
Link to attend live class will be sent to all who register.
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Attend the classes scheduled. Submit completed homework each class.
All classes are conducted over an 6 week period, where students come
once per week.
Classes are always conducted in class sizes at or less than a 12:1
student/teacher ratio. Most classes have between 6-8 students.
Space limited to first 12 that apply to each class.
End of Course Goals:
Students will review the concepts of check and checkmate then move on to more advanced concepts such as stalemate, piece values and types of checkmates (i.e. Ladder Checkmate, Queen and King Checkmate).
Students will also learn and practice notation and upon completion of the class would be ready to participate in an unrated practice tournament.
Spring 2020 Sunday Dates
April 12 (SKIP - Easter Sunday)
In Person Make Up/Review Session at CCCSA If Conditions Improve:
May 6, 2020
CCCSA Members: $150.00 / Six Week Session
Non-Members: $165.00 / Six Week Session
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