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Call for Applicants: US Chess School January '14 Print E-mail
November 7, 2013
The next U.S. Chess School will be held from January 2-5 in Saint Louis, Missouri at the STL Chess Club. The camp will be taught by IM Greg Shahade, with IM John Bartholomew as a special guest lecturer. For this camp we are looking for kids from the following categories:

Children Under 12 who are rated from 2000-2300
Children 12-16 who are rated from 2150-2300

Contact Greg at [email protected] to apply.

The U.S. Chess School is a free training program for the top kids in the United States. Find out more information on the new website, uschessschool.com and also see founder Greg Shahade's latest article with "Top Five Tips from the US Chess School."

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