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The webpage is offered to provide an updated list of upcoming chess camp information for current US Chess Affiliates. If you have chess camp information you want posted here please email it to Joan DuBois [email protected] and include your US Chess Affiliate #.

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26th Annual Denver Rocky Mountain Chess Camps: June 1-5, 2020 

(Denver) – full and half day options - and July 6-8, 2020 (Denver).

 

All abilities and ages. 8:1 Staff-Student ratio. Three 2-day chess camps are also offered throughout the summer in Englewood for specific ability levels. Participants will be taught scorekeeping, etiquette, tournament preparation, logical thinking and strategic planning for all the phases of the game. Learn from nationally-recognized Denver Chess Master and author of Teaching Chess in the 21st Century, Chess Workbook for Children, Chess Strategy Workbook, Chess Tactics and Combinations Workbook, Attacking the Chess King Workbook, and Chess Concepts and Coloring Book for Kids, Todd Bardwick. Call 303.770.6696 or visit www.ColoradoMasterChess.com for details.

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20th Annual Castle Chess Camp, June 21-26, 2020,

at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Castle Chess Camp is a nationally renowned program of chess instruction featuring some of the strongest scholastic players and top ranked instructors in the nation. Our regular staff of instructors includes GM's Julio Becerra, John Fedorowicz, Alex Lenderman, Daniel Naroditsky, and Magesh Panchanathan, many of whom are expected to be back with us for 2020. The camp is followed by the Castle Chess Grand Prix tournament (G/120, d/10), June 26-28, offering $13,500 in guaranteed prizes!

Castle Chess Camp is instructive, rewarding, and it's a lot of fun, but it's not for everyone. We are a full immersion experience, with chess literally from early morning until after sunset. It requires not only chess skills, but a certain amount of stamina. For that reason no campers under age 10 will be accepted. There is also a minimum USCF rating required. Camp always fills up early, so be sure to register early. For more information please visit our website, www.castlechess.org or email [email protected]

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