Registration is open for the next Online Chess Camps
08 – 09 August 2020, 14:00 – 19:00 Central European Time
The Chess Challenge
Registration for children who are promising at chess and rated below 1600
Challenge for Talents
Registration for children who are talented at chess and rated above 1600
Starting time for both Online Chess Camps
Help children develop at chess
The best way for children to improve at chess is to immerse themselves completely in play, instruction and fun. We offer short online chess camps for children designed to give them extra confidence in not only their chess decision making but also in their lives. Children also enjoy the experience of playing and making friends with children from other countries.
Each two-day camp comprises three sessions per day with illustrated lectures and exercises. The children will learn through structured problem-solving and through playing with each other in structured pairings. Participants will be advised regarding the best way to play and learn chess online.
What do children and parents are saying about our previous camps:
The Director of the camps is Jesper Hall (Sweden), chairman of the Education Commission of the European Chess Union. An International Master, Jesper is a FIDE Senior Trainer and currently leads the development of junior chess talent in Sweden and Norway. One of his early pupils was Magnus Carlsen.
Providing an insight into the experience of world-class competition is Grandmaster Judit Polgár (Hungary), the strongest woman player of all time. A child prodigy, she has beaten 11 world chess champions. She is regarded as a role model demonstrating that women can be as good as men in any domain.
The lead trainer at the camps is Jop Delemarre (Netherlands). An International Master, Jop was Dutch junior chess champion before training to become a teacher. He is a qualified FIDE Trainer and is one of the leading chess trainers in Europe.
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