|Mark Abercrombieemail@example.com||Good chess players don't always make the best chess teachers. I am not the greatest player (rated around 1500 USCF) but I AM a licensed teacher in Utah (which means the state does a background check on me every 5 years). This means that I regularly plan lessons and organize how to present my curriculum in a meaningful, memorable, and fun way. I have planned a curriculum of how chess should be taught which you won't find anywhere else. My lessons are intended for absolute beginners up to players around my own strength.|
|GM Rashad Babaevfirstname.lastname@example.org||http://rashadbabaev.com/|
|Stuart Grahamemail@example.com||Private and group lessons for adults and children. Available in Salt Lake County.|
|Alex Gustafsson||Info on Alex Blog|
|Steve Hoisingtonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Email or call for more information.|
|Brad Knutson||(801) 735-6442||BorisSpasstic@gmail.com||I love to teach chess! I offer lessons for all ages and skill levels throughout Utah County. I started playing competitively in 2005. I received private instruction from the late GM Igor Ivanov. I placed 1st in the Utah Amateur Championship in 2007 and 2nd in the National Class Championships, Class D in 2007. Please feel free to call or email me with any questions. Thanks!|
|Mike Kruse St. George Areaemail@example.com||Scholastic (and some adult) chess lessons.
* In 1998 Battled Kasparov for 32 moves
* 2011 South Carolina State Champion (Reserve Section)
* 11th place at 2012 National Open (U 1400 section)
* Co-taught with GM Ziatdinov in Phoenix
* Taught thousands of students and dozens of state scholastic champions for 14 years in Georgia, Utah, AZ, South Carolina.
* Trained by National Champion/IM Michael Brooks
This list of instructors is provided as a service to the chess community. The Utah Chess Association does not recommend any specific instructor and has not done a background check or otherwise confirmed the information about the instructors.