There are tons of best practices in the field of education. Creating a classroom culture is one of the most effective methods to optimize both the instructor’s and the students’ classroom experience. We will use the acronym C.H.E.S.S. in this five part series to help you remember these tips for creating your classroom culture.
This month, the Saint Louis Chess Club hosted the "3 to Get Ready" tournament on March 3rd with sections and prizes to reflect the interesting “3” concept. The tournament was played in 3 sections: an U3333 section, which had 8 players, an U1833 section which had 20 players, and an U1333 section which had 16 players.
Grandmaster Josh Friedel encourages a pause between each move while calculating in order to find complete lines.
From the visionary creator of Blunders comes a brand new video series that will dazzle, amaze and confuse you.
Prepare to enter a world of cutlery so devastating that you won’t want to go into the kitchen for weeks.
Witness a world where average Chess players are given puzzles just above their ratings. . .
Grandmaster Cristian Chirila grabs a random assortment of the studies he uses to prepare for tournaments. He shows us that sometimes studies are less about how far you can calculate and more so if you create a pattern and understand it.