Tag Archives: Western Alliance Camps

Western Alliance Summer Chess Camp ’13 Registration Forms

Posted on 23. May, 2013 by .

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Download the camp registration form, evening activities registration form, and the Grand Prix #4 Registration Form Below: Download WA ’13 Camp Letter and Registration Form Download WA ’13 Evening Activities Registration Form Download Grand Prix #4 USCF Rated Tournament Registration

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7th ANNUAL SUMMER CHESS CAMP DATES! JUNE 26-30TH

7th ANNUAL SUMMER CHESS CAMP DATES! JUNE 26-30TH

Posted on 21. Feb, 2012 by .

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The dates for the biggest Tucson summer chess camp are here! It is never too early to plan for big chess events so we post this early for everyone’s convenience. The 7TH ANNUAL WESTERN ALLIANCE TUCSON SUMMER CHESS CAMP will be held in the Central Tucson! The International School of Tucson (newly relocated to the […]

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6th Annual Western Alliance Summer Camp, June 21-25th: Finished

6th Annual Western Alliance Summer Camp, June 21-25th: Finished

Posted on 28. Jun, 2011 by .

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June 21-25th, 2011 The 2011 Western Alliance Summer Chess Camp traditionally takes place on the last week of June, traditionally at the spacious grounds of the Green Fields Country Day school. This all-day camp (9AM-7PM) is a great mix of chess lectures on broad spectrum of subjects and real life chess practice and training. The […]

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4th Annual Western Alliance Tucson; Recap

4th Annual Western Alliance Tucson; Recap

Posted on 03. Jul, 2009 by .

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Our heartfelt thanks to all the coaches, participants, helpers, volunteers, and Green Fields Country Day School for this wonderful event! Check out our photos from the event on Flickr Tournament Results coming soon!

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2nd Annual Western Alliance Summer Chess Camp. June 24-28, 2007

Posted on 29. Jan, 2009 by .

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International Master Danny Rensch (USCF 2470)

International Master Danny Rensch (USCF 2470)

Posted on 27. Jan, 2009 by .

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Danny is a very dangerous player on the highest level, as his recent games with many accomplished Grandmasters in the National Open ’08 have shown. He is the Winner of the 2004 High School National Championship (individual), as well as many smaller tournaments throughout the US. Danny successfully runs “American Chess Events” in Phoenix.

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International Master Mark Ginsburg ( USCF 2400)

International Master Mark Ginsburg ( USCF 2400)

Posted on 27. Jan, 2009 by .

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An International Master for many years, Mark has many international tournaments under his belt and is exteremly difficult to beat. The winner of several competitions in Europe as well as the USA (such as the Universe Open 2008, Brugges and Eeklo, Belgium, 1985 and 1990), Mark specializes in Opening Systems and positional play. Mark has […]

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Green Fields Country Day School

Green Fields Country Day School

Posted on 06. Jan, 2009 by .

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Instructor: Levon Altounian Assisting Instructor: Amanda Mateer After a few years of inactivity, Green Fields Chess Club started back again in 2005. None of us could predict that within the next 2 years the chess club would become one of the most prominent chess clubs in Arizona, winning numerous State, Team, and Individual tournaments. Green […]

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2nd Annual Western Alliance Summer Tournament. June 29th, 2007

2nd Annual Western Alliance Summer Tournament. June 29th, 2007

Posted on 29. Jun, 2007 by .

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The tournament was part of the 2nd Western Alliance Tucson Summer Chess Camp and was open to all non-camp players. We had 17 players in the OPEN section and 32 in the RESERVE. It was held at the Green Fields Country Day School premises.

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1st Annual Western Alliance Summer Tournament. June 30, 2006

1st Annual Western Alliance Summer Tournament. June 30, 2006

Posted on 30. Jun, 2006 by .

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This tournament was part of the 1st Annual Western Alliance Tucson Summer Chess Camp, and was held at St.Gregory College Preparatory School in Tucson, AZ. It was open only to the Camp participants.

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