You've learned all the chess terms, how to take chess notes, and how to move the chess pieces. Now what? Now you must play. The best way to become a better chess player is to practice, practice, practice. We will meet for a lecture each week with our assistant tutor, and then play as many games as we can fit into our class. Some weeks, we will go over games from the previous week, or games that students played during the week, so it's important to come ready to study and share games. For this course we will exclusively use LiChess, which is a completely free chess website with resources like puzzles and studies. All students must have completed the prior Chess Fluency (Introduction) courses, and agree to complete homework tasks between classes.
|Sat Apr 17 at 16:00||2 of 8||Opening as White||View|
|Sat Apr 24 at 16:00||3 of 8||Opening as White, Part 2||View|
|Sat May 01 at 16:00||4 of 8||Opening as Black||View|
|Sat May 08 at 16:00||5 of 8||Opening as Black, Part 2||View|
|Sat May 15 at 16:00||6 of 8||Moving to the Middle as White||View|
|Sat May 22 at 16:00||7 of 8||Moving to the Middle as Black||View|
|Sat Oct 23 at 16:00||8 of 8||Tournament Time||View|