January 4, 2021
In 2021, I will be running a free online chess club for everyone who wants to learn. To further this idea, I published a mission statement for Daily Chess Musings that reads “All those who want to learn chess are welcome here.”
Our free weekly chess club begins with a live meeting this Wednesday, January sixth, at 3:00 pm Pacific Time. Remember, you do not need to attend the weekly meetings when they are “live” to participate and all students have an entire week to complete their suggested lessons. In this way, the Daily Chess Musings Free Weekly Chess Club is 100% flexible to your needs and schedule. New instructions and assignments will be given every Wednesday. If you have to miss a week, no worries, I will make all of the videos and assignments freely available on DailyChessMusings.com so you can catch up when it’s convenient. Everyone who participates through June will receive a certificate. Special prizes will also be awarded for top performers in different categories. Plus, We will hold regular events on Fridays and Saturdays, along with special events including scheduled matches between groups, simuls, group chess, and blitz games against me, Coach Chris.
So what’s the catch? There isn’t one. I just want to give everybody the same opportunity to benefit from chess that I had as a child. For over 20 years, I have paved the way for the success of thousands of children regardless of their entry skill level. By training with me your you will gain:*The Valuable tools and skills needed to excel as a chess player.*An extraordinary chess club experience with a top-tier chess instructor.*The confidence and motivation necessary to surpass their chess goals and fast track improvement.
And with that, I bid you adieu. Until tomorrow. But before you go, please remember to hit the subscribe button.
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