Boards and pieces are provided. For more info, please contact Yuri at email@example.com or text 646 258 9217. No registration necessary.
We will warm up with a few chess puzzles (review/new), endgame strategy and play a few games.
For at home practice PLAY games or visit https://www.chesskid.com/library or https://lichess.org/. Both web sites contain free learning material and opportunity to play (and in latter case, analyse) games.
Chess In Science: http://science.sciencemag.org/content/362/6419/1087/tab-article-info. Alphazero is the strongest chess engine and more games became available December 6th on http://science.sciencemag.org/content/362/6419/1140. Zip files contain curated games of the match and are fun to watch.
Something to learn from the world championship: https://twitter.com/SusanPolgar/status/1067814971294273536.
For tournaments in NYC, please visit http://luckfactory.com/nyc_chess_calendar.html.