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Foundations of Chess: Single Class

Flexibility to Choose: Enroll in One or Multiple Classes

  • 28 US dollars
  • Idea Lab Kids - Aliana

Service Description

Chess Mastery Sessions: Choose Your Path to Excellence Session One: January 28 - March 10 Time: Sundays, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (7 classes) Unlock the secrets of chess with our "Chess Mastery Sessions," led by the accomplished Candidate Master John Hendrick. This series of dynamic classes is designed to elevate your chess game, and what makes it truly special is the flexibility it offers. Choose Your Path: With the single class option, students have the freedom to tailor their chess journey. Whether your child is a newcomer to the game or a seasoned player seeking to sharpen their skills, you can select one or more sessions that suit will suit their level and goals. What to Expect: Each class is a valuable opportunity to delve into the intricacies of chess. John Hendrick's expertise, built over 17 years of teaching, will guide you through fundamental strategies, tactical maneuvers, and advanced concepts. Expect engaging lessons and practical exercises that will enhance your understanding and performance. Join the Community: Beyond the chessboard, our sessions foster a sense of camaraderie among chess enthusiasts. Connect with fellow players, share insights, and challenge yourself in friendly matches. It's not just about mastering the game; it's about becoming a part of a vibrant chess community. Enroll Today: Don't miss your chance to join us on this exciting chess journey. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced player, "Chess Mastery Sessions" empowers you to choose your path to excellence. Reserve your spot now and make your move towards chess mastery.


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule, please contact us 24 hours in advance.


Contact Details

  • Idea Lab Kids Aliana, West Airport Boulevard, Richmond, TX, USA

    + 832-702-7290

    john@foundationchess.org


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