Camps, Virtual And In Person!

Players that come to camps keep playing!

It’s funny how camps affect players. This picture is from 2013. 6 of the 9 attendees have played in a tournament in the last 12 months. 2 of the players are in charge of their high school teams! 2 are US Certified Tournament Directors! There’s lectures, then lessons, then camps, then individual custom coaching. So, be advised that this is the next serious step towards making a permanent impression on the student.

The way to test capacity is to overwhelm!!

The key to camp effectiveness is letting the participants know that they are not expected to know and remember everything at the end of the camp. They are expected to be ready to review the material covered in the camp at the end of the camp!!

We’re going to get them some hands on experience with some unpublished, secret, and easy to use improvements that will have them playing better chess permanently, in just 4 days. After that, they’ll be hooked!!

This camp will cover piece properties, mastery of the tools on, the elements of decision making, combinational vision, and tournament preparation! A camp booklet will be emailed to each participant within 7 days of the completion of the camp! All participants will be invited to the SCBC learning group on!

Dates and Details:

Virtual Dec 20th – 23rd Time, 930 am – 1230 pm.

On Location Dec 27th – 30th Time, 930 am – 1230 pm. (snacks provided)

Total cost for the Virtual Camp with Booklet is just $199.00 each. The total cost for the On Location Camp with Booklet is just $249.00. Simply contact us at 804 426 6058, or email us at and we’ll register you and invoice you for the camp. Once paid you will be emailed the zoom information along with further instructions.

Our Guarantee: The information the student will receive in our courses is unique and unpublished. Every principle they will be taught is the result of reading chess books cover to cover, following the advice that was given, and interviewing thousands of players in post round analysis at scholastic tournaments. The secret of rapid chess development is discipline. We are going to teach them what to be disciplined about!!