“Ask Me Anything” Event
First, I’m very glad to inform you that our forthcoming course “Winning the Middlegame” will be released on Wednesday, 17 August. Therefore, don’t forget to register for the course in advance. By pre-registering, you will be notified a few hours before the course launch and you will get BETTER SPECIAL OFFERS than those who don’t pre-register!
Second, I have some great news for you. I’ll be conducting an “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) event on the RCA Facebook page onMonday, 15 August at 10 a.m. EST (check EST timings here). I’m conducting this event to celebrate the release of our upcoming course “Winning the Middlegame”! The duration of the event will be 90 minutes.
What’s an “Ask Me Anything” event?
It is nothing too serious but we’ll be having a pleasant chat where I’ll be answering YOUR chess-related questions for 90 minutes – cool isn’t it! You can ask me any chess-related question to clear any doubts or you can ask a few questions about our upcoming course, or about me or even about RCA – I’ll try to answer them all!
How to participate and ask questions?
First things first, you need to have an account on Facebook. If you don’t have one, you can register here. Then you can join the event by clicking here. In the event page, click on the “Going” button to join the event.
You can also invite your friends to this event and share it on your timeline by clicking on the “Invite” drop-down button.
After “Going” (joining) to the event, if you want to be notified about event updates, click on the button next to “Invite” to see the drop-down list.
Click on the “Notification Settings”
I recommend you to select “All Notifications”, so that you never miss a single update about the event!
Finally, on 15 August at 10 a.m. EST, a post will be made in the event page (and pinned to the top of that page) announcing the start of the AMA event. Simply send your questions to me by commenting below the post.
Additionally, you can also ‘Like’ our RCA Facebook page (if not done yet) and check our updates and news there.