Holiday Online Chess Camp Dec 27-29, 2020

Holiday Online Chess Camp Dec 27-29, 2020

CHESS CAMP

Holiday ONLINE
Chess Camp

DECEMBER 28-30, 10 AM-2 PM DAILY

Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Levels

Lessons in openings, middlegames and tactics
Games and fun activities.

$175 for the entire camp

Block 1: 10:00-10:45 AM (Lesson/Lecture)
Block 2: 11:00-11:45 AM (Lesson/Lecture)
Block 3: 11:45-12:30 PM Fun Time
(Daily fun online activities)
Block 4: GAME TIME 12: 30-2:00 PM

Questions: For all questions relating to the camp, please contact International Master Levon Altounian at 520-891-3632 or at LALTOUNIAN@MSN.COM

REGISTER FOR THE HOLIDAY ONLINE CHESS CAMP

DECEMBER 28-30, 2020

10 AM - 2 PM Daily.  Each day will consist of two lessons covering different subjects and game analysis, along with fun activities and game play. 

16th Annual Western Alliance Online Summer Chess Camp Recap

16th Annual Western Alliance Online Summer Chess Camp Recap

CHESS CAMP

16th Annual Western Alliance Online Summer Chess Camp Recap

And so the 16th Annual Western Alliance Summer Chess Camp came to a close. For the first time ever, this popular chess camp was conducted entirely online via Zoom, Skype, ICC and TOTK. The camp was a smashing success, drawing dozens of participants of all rages, some of whom are rates as high as 2000 USCF. We had 7 helpers and coaches for 4 different groups. The schedule consisted of 2 lessons per day, a tournament and fun activities.

Questions: For all questions relating to the camp, please contact International Master Levon Altounian at 520-891-3632 or at LALTOUNIAN@MSN.COM

JOIN OUR BACK TO SCHOOL ONLINE CHESS CAMP JULY 20-23

10 AM - 2 PM Daily.  Each day will consist of two lessons covering different subjects and game analysis, along with fun activities and a tournament. 

Angeleno Chess Club Tournaments

Angeleno Chess Club Tournaments

2017 AMFA Chess Season: Angeleno Club Open: January 21 and June 3, 2017.

In 2017 we continued what we started in 2016: On-site chess tournaments that are open to all, full of freebies, prizes, medals and trophies, coupled with a low entry fee system. Chess tournaments are an essential part of any serious chess player’s growth and fun and more relaxed events take the pressure off for students of all ages and levels. AMFA students and Angeleno Chess Club members had special perks available too that could be applied towards their clubs or private lessons. Both tournaments had 3 Main Sections and 3 Subsections based on players ratings and how many participants each Section held. Both events showcased dozen of players of all age groups and rating groups but the youth in the 600-1200 USCF rating group dominated.  Some players even had time for a game review or a bughouse match. Stay tuned for the next event and we welcome everyone who would like to come check out or join our chess classes.Thank you all who participated.

Coach Levon Altounian
International Master / CA State Champion