Special Lecture with Former USCF President GM Maxim Dlugy

Special Lecture with Former USCF President GM Maxim Dlugy

Nov 15, 2014, 5:09 PM |

Former U.S. Chess Federation President GM Maxim Dlugy is giving a live online lecture in Chess.com University on Sunday, November 30th, 2014 at 12:05 PM Pacific Time (PST). The former #1 rated blitz player in the world will be teaching: "How to Train and Improve at Chess," a lesson aimed at beginners and intermediate players.

The lesson will start with a 50-minute lecture and will conclude with a 10-minute question/answer session. Students will be able to ask Maxim questions about any chess-related topics.



- FREE for all students who are registered for Chess.com University's Prodigy Program (any section) by November 26th, 2014. Registration for the Prodigy Program is considered complete once we have received payment for at least one month of the program.

- For everybody else, $20/person for live attendance plus 1-week access to video recording.



- If you are already signed up for the Prodigy Program or do so by November 25th, 2014, your spot in GM Maxim Dlugy's lecture is confirmed. You do not need to take any action. You will receive an email from Chess.com University President Kairav Joshi regarding this lecture by Nov 26th.

- If you are not enrolled in our Prodigy Program and do not intend to do so in the near future, you may attend GM Maxim Dlugy's lecture by following the PayPal link below and completing payment using PayPal balance or a credit/debit card:


After paying for your spot, message GeniusKJ on Chess.com and provide your name and email address. You can also email kairavjoshi@chess.com to provide your information.

Registration for Maxim Dlugy's lecture ends on November 28th. Please send payment as soon as possible if you plan on attending this lecture. If you would like to attend for free, go ahead and sign up for the Prodigy Program!


If you have any questions or technical difficulties before or during the lecture, contact Kairav Joshi on Chess.com or send an email to kairavjoshi@chess.com.