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Training Seminar in Edinburgh with GM Jacob Aagaard 6-8 Oct

Training Seminar in Edinburgh with Grandmaster and FIDE Senior Trainer Jacob Aagaard 6-8 October

On the first weekend of October there will be a three-day training seminar with Grandmaster Jacob Aagaard in Edinburgh Chess Club. The training weekend is organised in collaboration with Chess Scotland, offering free participation to the members of the national team participating in the European Team Championship in Crete in November.

The themes will be changing from day to day, with a focus on positional play, calculation and endgame technique. The sessions will be evenly balanced between lecturing and practical application.

The place of the training seminar is Edinburgh Chess Club, 1 Alva Street, in the centre of Edinburgh.

The timings are:

Friday 6th October         7pm – 10pm

Saturday 7th October      1pm – 5.30pm

Sunday 8th October        11am – 3.30pm

The cost of participation is £75. Please register by emailing ECCseminar2017@qualitychess.co.uk.

 

 

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  1. Oscar
    August 30th, 2017 at 19:11 | #1

    Very nice initiative, thanks! First come first serve basis for those who register I presume? I’ll have a look to see whether I can make it.

  2. Jacob Aagaard
    September 5th, 2017 at 07:11 | #2

    @Oscar
    Everyone will be welcome. I have yet to run out of spaces in Edinburgh; the club is spacey.

  3. Oscar
    September 7th, 2017 at 18:11 | #3

    Thanks Jacob! I registered and look forward to the seminar 🙂

  4. Matt
    September 7th, 2017 at 20:50 | #4

    Is there a minimum rating one should have for this?

  5. Jacob Aagaard
    September 7th, 2017 at 22:26 | #5

    @Matt
    I would recommend 1500+. But some things will seem quite advanced under 2000.

  6. Micha Wehrmann
    September 12th, 2017 at 14:55 | #6

    Chessbooks in Edinburgh

    Last week I visited Edinburgh. In South Bridge is Blackwell’s Bookstore located. It’s a large store. I looked for chess books … Only three books from Batsford have been there. Very disappointing.
    Micha

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