I annotated my 1st Tournament game in May of 1985. My 1st appearance in Chess Life was in August and then Sep of 1986. Over the last 8 years I’ve provided post round analysis at more than 47 scholastic tournaments. I also served as the Chess.com post round analyzer for the 2014 and 2016 Virginia Scholastic Championships! Teams I coached appeared 75 times in those tournaments! Our youngest coach was hired at 6 years old!!
The, “Scholarship Chess Business Center” formerly the, “Richmond Chess Initiative”, is a tournament chess, and business school.
I’ve come to understand from following Grandmaster advice, that there are shortcuts to getting good at chess. I have developed a simple to use system that helps players and parents expect to earn more points every time they play! Imagine never having to wonder how you won or why you lost a game….
We educate players and parents on how to get the most for the least amount of time, money and effort!
To save money and achieve goals, we have to stop treating an arena like a playground!!
Anyone can teach you how to “play”!? If you are playing in 70 tournament games a year or more, you need someone that can teach you how to compete!
Call us for a free consultation and proposal. You are guaranteed to learn something of great value.
Coach Mike C