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I'll be going to Greenville college starting later this month. It's about 45 minutes away from St. Louis. I intend to be over there quite a bit at the scholastic chess club, maybe looking into getting a job there.
Is anyone offering lessons that live in or around St. Louis? My opening and my endgame are fine, but middle game tactics could definitely be improved upon.
Due to it being a 45 minute drive, lessons may have to last awhile, or perhaps we could meet half away or something like that. I'm willing to pay.
(I really didn't want to post this in the General Chess Discussion, but I didn't see a better board for it)
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