November 24, 2020
Children's Desk: 781-741-1405 ext. 1403
Nolan DeMott is an experienced Chess player with over 12,000 games played on chess.com, having achieved a rating of 1900. Nolan started playing Chess at age 5 and started competing in tournaments soon after. In elementary school, he led his elementary school to a Top 4 finish at the Hurvitz Cup a regional team chess tournament, hosted by The Massachusetts Chess Association. While Nolan decided early on to not pursue playing the game at a more serious level, he's always found the time to play recreationally and teach those who are looking to improve their game.
Beginner Chess with Nolan DeMott | Ages 7+
Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Students will learn the basics of play during this six-week series including how to set up the board, the rules of the game, understanding basic rule nuances such as castling, and the difference between checkmate and stalemate. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of fundamental chess principles and basic tactical ideas. This class is for elementary aged students as well as slightly older students who are interested in trying chess for the first time.
Registration for this program has closed. If you had previously registered, the Zoom information will be emailed to you each week.
If you need to borrow a chess board, please send us an email at email@example.com, and we will place one on hold for you through our contactless pickup system.
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