USCF National Master Matt Slomski will be lecturing at the Rochester Chess Center next Wednesday, January 24th in an event sponsored by the Community Chess Club of Rochester. Matt's lecture is on Initiative and will begin at 5:30 pm following pizza and other eats at 5:00 pm. The event is free for CCCR members and $5 for non-members. I've copied the notice from the CCCR blog site below so you can have all the details.
This is the third lecture provided by CCCR to its members and the public. What a great job they are doing and this is a fantastic idea. The inaugural lecture from Lev Paciorkowski last November was very informative and a great success. Unfortunately I missed the lecture from Clif Kharroubi in December, but I understand it too was highly successful. It's so great to see these presentations.
Lecture Series continues with Chess Master
Sponsored by the Community Chess Club of Rochester
Date: January 24th, 2018
Time: 5:00-6:30pm at the Rochester Chess Center
Free for CCCR members; $5 for non-members. All are welcome!
5pm-5:30pm: Free pizza, cookies & apple cider for all who attend
Matt Slomski's chess lecture
5:30-6:30pm: Lecture (Introduction, Presentation, Q&A, Closing notes)
6:30pm: Registration for CCCR G/80d5 games (optional, following lecture)
Note: The lecture will be video recorded.
|Matt Slomski, USCF Master. Rating 2070.|
This lecture will include Q&A to willing participants from Chess Master Matt Slomski.
Here is how that will be accomplished:
In this lecture, Matt will request that those interested in being asked questions by Matt fill out a short questionnaire with your name and chess rating. During the lecture, Matt may call upon only those people that are willing to respond to questions. Matt will tailor the questions to willing participants based on their chess rating (with questions being more challenging for higher rated participants). If the participant has no chess rating, then beginner, intermediate or expert can be noted on the questionnaire. Please note that everyone is welcome and participation in questions from the lecturer Matt Slomski is optional. Thank you for your interest, and we hope to see you at the lecture.