Holiday chesscourses

for children
this summer
       

Chess lessons

Free trial-lesson
Children are allowed to visit a free trial-lesson. In this way they can see if they like the game of chess and if they feel comfortable in the chesscourse. Please contact me for an appointment.

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Chesslessons for 4-years-old Children or older

The chesslessons for Children and Youngsters will take place from Monday to Friday from 1 pm to 7 pm and on Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm. All Kids who are signed in for a regular course can come on Wednesday  for a special training-lesson from 6 pm until 7 pm. We organise on some Saturdays tournaments, show films or we do handicrafts. We inform you about those special Saturdays with our newsletter. The charges for a semester are CHF 580.- The chesslessons contains a lot of variety with a focus on playing and studying. All material is inclusive (Chessworkbooks, copies…).

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Chess for Adults

On Mondays and Wednesdays I organise from 7 pm until 8.30 pm chesslessons for Adults. You always sign in for 8 evenings with an option of extension. The charges for the 8 courses are CHF 280.-. If you miss one evening you can repeat it later. All material is inclusive (Chessworkbooks, copies…).

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Chess for Elderly People

Elderly People can participate at chesscourses in the morning from 10 am until 11.30 am. You always sign in for 8 mornings with an option of extension. The charges for the 8 courses are CHF 280.-. If you miss one morning you can repeat it later. All material is inclusive (Chessworkbooks, copies…).

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Privat-Trainings for Tournamentplayers

For Tournamentplayers <2200 Elo I offer Privatlessons. The costs depends on the time for the preparation and other factors.

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Weekend-Chesstrainings and Trainerworkshops

In sporadic intervals some Weekend-Chesstrainings for tournamentplayers take place. We focus on special themes like openings, tactics or endgames. Trainerworkshops are also planned. You can find all announcements on the blog.

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