The Roving ChessNuts, founded
in 2001, teaches chess in schools,
community halls, and its own training facilities in Edmonton and other Alberta communities.
The ChessNuts also organize chess tournaments and events .
The Roving ChessNuts are
involved with the national
Chess'n Math Association ratings
August 19 to 23 Chess and Fitness Camps
at Greenfield Hall still have spaces available
Roving ChessNuts has a growing number of opportunities to teach chess or supervise children with chess games. Supervisors must be good chess players and able to supervise younger children as they learn legal moves and how to checkmate. Perfect well-paid parttime work for retired teachers and university students having noon hours and after school availability or weekday evenings.
Apply with resume or e-mail for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Puzzles are a great way to improve chess skills, plus they make you think and challenge you!
Watch for a new puzzle every day!
And watch for occasional puzzle competitions!
Evaluations of new players for proper placement
in classes, summer camps and tournaments are returning
to The Roving ChessNuts headquarters at 12019 - 76 Street
The former training facility is back in business.
Appointments must be made.
Phone 780-474-2318 or e-mail rovingchessnuts@ shaw.ca
for a list of possible evaluation times
ROVING CHESSNUTS NEWS & UPDATES
To aid and improve the development of logical and strategic thinking skills in Alberta's youth.
Chess is a game of perfect information, nothing happens due to luck or random chance. The player is presented with all the information they need to make a decision. Every move the player must process the information they are given in a logical manner and come up with the most strategic solution to the problem. Often times this requires planning many moves in advance.
A single game of chess is comparable to solving dozens or even hundreds of logical problems. Repeated training of the brain in solving logical problems aids students in their real life problem-solving and planning skills. Not only does chess have these educational benefits, it is also a fun and competitive game which keeps students engaged and eager to learn.
to find your Rating!
A small but energetic number of players participated in Sunday's mini-tournament at the Roving ChessNuts' training centre in northeast Edmonton. Afterwards they were fueled for the trip home with hotdogs, snacks and juice.
in the third of four rounds, Tri Tran scored a rating upset of Eric Jin to win the A Section with an eventual perfect score. Jin finished second, trailed by Kai Riley, Jarek Walker and Leo Marsten.
In the Under 800-rating B Section of the Swiss-format tournament, Manny Perla scored a rating upset over Walker of the A section to take first place, trailed by Linus Jin, Daniel Strungaru and Evie Marsten.
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