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FEATURED EVENTS
Weekend Clubs - Camps

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Stevenson Chess Club - '20 Spring

Registration & WaitList to the '20 Spring Chess Session are CLOSED as the class is completely full.

Please consider BAC Weekend Clubs and Upcoming BAC Camps

 

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McKinley Chess Club - '20 Spring

Registration is through Burlingame Parks and Recreation:

https://registration.burlingame.org/public/

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James Claspill-Bethany
Director of Enrichment
Svetlana Kondakova
Enrichment Program Manager
GM Enrico Sevillano
Senior Coach
GM Atanas Kolev
Senior Coach
Cameron Sayadi
Senior Coach
Fleford (Ford) Redoloza
Senior Coach
Jason Uerkvitz
Lead Coach
Jasmine Kaur
Senior Coach, Enrichment Administrator

'20 Summer MASTER Chess Camp (9am-1pm In Palo Alto, 7/20-7/24)

WHAT IS A BAC MASTER CHESS CAMP?

Master Chess camps are for the advanced USCF rated scholastic chess players. Minimum rating of USCF 800 is required to attend.  Master chess camps are taught by professional titled instructors ( Grand Masters, International Masters, FIDE Masters), and provide more complex materials than regular chess camps.

Master Chess Camp differs from the regular chess camp in a way how the material is introduced so as by the amount and complexity of the introduced material.
 

'20 Summer MASTER Chess Camp (1pm-5pm at Palo Alto, 7/20-7/24)

WHAT IS A BAC MASTER CHESS CAMP?

Master Chess camps are for the advanced USCF rated scholastic chess players. Minimum rating of USCF 800 is required to attend.  Master chess camps are taught by professional titled instructors ( Grand Masters, International Masters, FIDE Masters), and provide more complex materials than regular chess camps.

Master Chess Camp differs from the regular chess camp in a way how the material is introduced so as by the amount and complexity of the introduced material.
 

'20 Summer MASTER Chess Camp (1pm-5pm at Palo Alto, 6/22-6/26)

WHAT IS A BAC MASTER CHESS CAMP?

Master Chess camps are for the advanced USCF rated scholastic chess players. Minimum rating of USCF 800 is required to attend.  Master chess camps are taught by professional titled instructors ( Grand Masters, International Masters, FIDE Masters), and provide more complex materials than regular chess camps.

Master Chess Camp differs from the regular chess camp in a way how the material is introduced so as by the amount and complexity of the introduced material.
 

'20 Summer MASTER Chess Camp (9am-5pm in Palo Alto, 6/22-6/26)

WHAT IS A BAC MASTER CHESS CAMP?

Master Chess camps are for the advanced USCF rated scholastic chess players. Minimum rating of USCF 800 is required to attend.  Master chess camps are taught by professional titled instructors ( Grand Masters, International Masters, FIDE Masters), and provide more complex materials than regular chess camps.

Master Chess Camp differs from the regular chess camp in a way how the material is introduced so as by the amount and complexity of the introduced material.
 

'20 Summer MASTER Chess Camp (9am-1pm In Palo Alto, 6/22-6/26)

WHAT IS A BAC MASTER CHESS CAMP?

Master Chess camps are for the advanced USCF rated scholastic chess players. Minimum rating of USCF 800 is required to attend.  Master chess camps are taught by professional titled instructors ( Grand Masters, International Masters, FIDE Masters), and provide more complex materials than regular chess camps.

Master Chess Camp differs from the regular chess camp in a way how the material is introduced so as by the amount and complexity of the introduced material.
 

'20 Summer MASTER Chess Camp (1pm-5pm at BAC Office, 7/13-7/17)

WHAT IS A BAC MASTER CHESS CAMP?

Master Chess camps are for the advanced USCF rated scholastic chess players. Minimum rating of USCF 800 is required to attend.  Master chess camps are taught by professional titled instructors ( Grand Masters, International Masters, FIDE Masters), and provide more complex materials than regular chess camps.

Master Chess Camp differs from the regular chess camp in a way how the material is introduced so as by the amount and complexity of the introduced material.
 

'20 Summer MASTER Chess Camp (9am-5pm at BAC Office, 7/13-7/17)

WHAT IS A BAC MASTER CHESS CAMP?

Master Chess camps are for the advanced USCF rated scholastic chess players. Minimum rating of USCF 800 is required to attend.  Master chess camps are taught by professional titled instructors ( Grand Masters, International Masters, FIDE Masters), and provide more complex materials than regular chess camps.

Master Chess Camp differs from the regular chess camp in a way how the material is introduced so as by the amount and complexity of the introduced material.
 

'20 Summer MASTER Chess Camp (9am-1pm at BAC Office, 7/13-7/17)

WHAT IS A BAC MASTER CHESS CAMP?

Master Chess camps are for the advanced USCF rated scholastic chess players. Minimum rating of USCF 800 is required to attend.  Master chess camps are taught by professional titled instructors ( Grand Masters, International Masters, FIDE Masters), and provide more complex materials than regular chess camps.

Master Chess Camp differs from the regular chess camp in a way how the material is introduced so as by the amount and complexity of the introduced material.
 

'20 Summer MASTER Chess Camp (9am-1pm at BAC Office, 6/15-6/19)

WHAT IS A BAC MASTER CHESS CAMP?

Master Chess camps are for the advanced USCF rated scholastic chess players. Minimum rating of USCF 800 is required to attend.  Master chess camps are taught by professional titled instructors ( Grand Masters, International Masters, FIDE Masters), and provide more complex materials than regular chess camps.

Master Chess Camp differs from the regular chess camp in a way how the material is introduced so as by the amount and complexity of the introduced material.
 

'20 Summer MASTER Chess Camp (9am-5pm at BAC Office, 6/15-6/19)

WHAT IS A BAC MASTER CHESS CAMP?

Master Chess camps are for the advanced USCF rated scholastic chess players. Minimum rating of USCF 800 is required to attend.  Master chess camps are taught by professional titled instructors ( Grand Masters, International Masters, FIDE Masters), and provide more complex materials than regular chess camps.

Master Chess Camp differs from the regular chess camp in a way how the material is introduced so as by the amount and complexity of the introduced material.