ACE Chess Presents: Tucson Open with “Team Yermo” - January 23-24, 2010

Last Updated: January 5th, 2010 by Daniel Rensch


GM Alexander Yermolinsky

GM Alexander Yermolinsky

GM Alex Yermolinsky: Grand Master Alex Yermolinsky is a former U.S. Champion. His highest  ranking was amongst the top 20 (FIDE) in the world. Alex is a multiple-time winner of every major tournament in the United States. This list includes: The World Open; The U.S. Open; The Chicago Open; The Foxwoods Open; the National Open; and the North American Open (which he recently won again in December of 2009) amongst others. "Yermo's" book: Road the Chess Improvement, is considered by many to be a modern masterpiece of chess psychology (and a personal favorite of GM Alejandro Ramirez -- our February GM Celebrity).

Lead Instructor Daniel Rensch

Daniel Rensch

IM Daniel Rensch: Is the head chess instructor for American Chess Events and is currently pursuing the Grand Master title in chess. Danny started the Strategy Sessions in September of 2004, with the goal of bringing Arizona's top youth chess players together once a month to compete, learn, and be instructed by those who have competed at the highest level. A six time All-American team member, Danny has been ranked among the top for his age nationally since the age of 12.

When & Where:

January 23rd – 24th. Tucson, AZ.


Grand Master Alex Yermolinsky and International Master Daniel Rensch will be “taking a team” to the Tucson Open for Game Analysis and Preparation during the tournament. Limit of 10 participants to guarantee time and quality analysis for each player. All games will be reviewed.

Registration is open to both scholastic and adult players. Full deposit must be made to reserve spot.

Entry Fee:

Registration is $50 for a day of analysis, and $75 for the weekend.

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