My Blindfold game with Coach Joe Lafornara - by Coach Sean Tobin.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010


This Semester I am glad to be back in all three Schools - Mercury Mine and Sandpiper in the Paradise Valley School district and in Copper Creek in the Deer Valley Unified School District. It is really wonderful to see so many familiar and new faces at our chess clubs and we are going to have a lot of fun this Semester!

The first chess club updates will be going out by the end of this week and should you have any questions then please do feel free to contact me. Feel free to scan through the previous postings on this blog and if any of these lessons help you to understand the game of chess better - and or your young scholastic chess player - then this site will have served it's purpose. Remember it is very important for our players to practice chess at home a couple of times a week. Playing chess is a lot like picking up a musical instrument - we will not perform well, or at all, at our recitals if we do not practice. Perfect practice leads to perfect play - as long as we are always having a perfectily fun time while being engaged at the chess board.

Your ASCF Chess Coach
Chess Coach Sean Tobin.

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