"Kings Indian is a famous style of Chess Opening"
helps you to concentrate and improve your logic.
Studies show that chess helps students develop critical-thinking skills that improve academic performance in math, logic, and problem solving. Analyzing a complicated chess position is very similar to solving a difficult math problem. Through our programs, we help students understand the scope of the problem, guide students in their thinking process, and facilitate development of effective strategies for finding solutions. At Kings Indian Chess, we believe that helping children develop these skills will give them the tools they need to achieve success both in the classroom and throughout their lives
The Kings Indian Chess Club has programs for children of all abilities who are 6 years of age or older. Each class includes instruction appropriate to the skill level of each child, as well as the opportunity for students to further develop their skills over the chess board in weekly chess club matches and tournament competitions. Programs may also include lectures by titled players and accomplished teachers, as well as simultaneous exhibitions by masters.
Level 1 Chess for Beginning Players
For students with little or no prior experience with chess. Students will learn the rules and etiquette of the game, the elements of chess strategy, and the foundation skills which are necessary for improvement. The goal of this course is to teach students to play a legal game of chess, and to recognize the characteristics of good basic chess play.
Level 2 Chess for Intermediate Players
For students who already have some experience with chess. They know how the pieces move and capture, understand all of the rules, and have already mastered some of the foundation skills necessary for improvement. This course is designed to guide players in learning basic skills and concepts that will enable them to progress further in their chess development.
Level 3 Chess for Tournament Players
For improving players who already have a firm foundation upon which to build, and are interested in tournament competition. Students will gain better understanding of strategic concepts, learn to recognize tactical opportunities, and study important endgame ideas. Students will meet each week to review and discuss master games, and compete with one another over the chess board in friendly matches.
Instructor: Gavin Francis is a USCF certified chess coach and tournament director. He has worked as an instructor for the Berkeley Chess School in the San Francisco Bay area, Championship Chess in Atlanta, and as an online chess and math instructor for Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth. Gavin has also served as executive coordinator for the U.S. Chess Center in Washington, D.C.
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