So it is my spring break this week and I have decided to run a chess camp for myself. Up until the begining of this year I was never interested in chess more than understanding how to play, but recently Ive fallen in love with the insane amount of logic that comes in play with the game. It just blows me away to see grandmasters play, and how seemingly unrelated moves have everything to do with each other. Anyways my camp is in lack of proper instruction, so currently the schedule is a mish mash of chesstempo and online games. Thats about the extent of the magic. Maybe throw in a few endgame studys for the extra fun. If anyone wants to pitch in a few ideas of what I can do to train more effectively, im all ears.