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Learn from World-Class Grandmasters
Run under USCF 2011 Chess Club of the Year, Metropolitan Chess, Inc.
Organized by USCF 2011 Organizer of the Year, National Master Ankit Gupta
Players grouped by USCF rating.
(3) Games where student felt she/he was struggling
(1) Game where student felt she/he played optimallyThis will help gear an individualized improvement plan for each student.
Yes, lunch is provided daily. A set selection for daily lunch will be determined shortly after registration. You will be contacted specifically such that the lunch meets all dietary constraints and/or food allergies that attendee may have.
We gear and modify instruction based on every additional student added. Research is done on past student results, performances, and problem areas, to gear lessons towards improvement. Instructors and organizers keep in constant contact to ensure the instruction is geared to match the needs of every group. All material from every group is personally approved and vetted by the organizers.
Our instructors are required to present material that is substantively different than material they use for instruction outside of this camp. More so, the material is not prepared from simply other instructional books â€“ the material is unique to this camp and this year’s edition. Material will not be reâ€used from a previous year’s camp.
Your USCF rating (and FIDE rating if you have one) play a factor. Moreover, your peak rating is also used to make a final decision. The group rating distribution above is a rough idea of each group student to a different section if we feel they are more suited for a higher section, etc. Consideration is also given to a student’s recent tournament performances and level of performance at other Metropolitan Chess, Inc. workshops/camps if such history exists.