ONLINE“The Queen’s Gambit”: Demystifying Chess

Top Pick Next Event: February 9, 2021 $40.00 - $45.00
(Photo: Michael Parzuchowski/Unsplash)
(Photo: Michael Parzuchowski/Unsplash)

Captivated by the popular TV series that is all about chess? Ever heard a sportscaster use a chess analogy during a game? Ever read about an unsuspecting soul being used as a pawn? If you are curious and creative, and brand-new to the royal game of chess, then this beginner’s class is for you!

Sharon Burtman, 1995 U.S. Women’s Chess Champion, will demystify this classic strategy game as you learn the fundamentals of chess.

A chess set is helpful but not required. Just bring your love of solving puzzles and a cozy beverage as Sharon shares her unique perspective and experiences about chess.

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Every week on Tuesday, 7:30 pm - 8:15 pmLast event on February 9, 2021
* Registration closes on January 26th
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$45.00 non-member
$40.00 member

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