Central Florida AREA
Private Chess Coaching
CENTRAL FLORIDA CHESS CLUB
Larry Storch, current and long-time president of the Central Florida Chess Club, is a USCF Original Life Master chess player and a fixture in the Central Florida chess community. Having a 30-year career as a Winter Park High School teacher allows Larry to combine his 40 years of chess with his teaching credentials to be a particularly effective private chess coach. If you are interested in contacting Larry for a coaching consultation, he can be reached by email at: email@example.com or call/text 407-312-6237
GM Lars Bo Hansen's chess career highlights:
- Florida State Champion 2012 and 2013
- Olympic Bronze Medalist
- Winner of five Danish National Championships
- Winner of three German Team Championships
- Winner of 20+ International tournaments
- Represented Denmark at six Chess Olympics
- National Head Coach of Denmark's Olympic team before 2010
Orlando Chess & Games Center
Steven is a long-time Orlando area chess coach and USCF Senior Tournament Director and continues to teach chess strategy, tactics and chess history to aspiring players. Steven is available for private lessons by appointment. To schedule your lesson, call Steven at 321-297-7087 or email.
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA
UCF Chess Club Coaches
Arnold Banner, who served several terms as president of the UCF Chess Club while majoring in physics at UCF's main campus, has recently graduated and is available for one-on-one private chess coaching for beginner players of all ages and skill levels up through intermediate tournament players who maintain an ELO of less than 1600-1700.
In addition to chess coaching, Arnold also offers one-on-one Science, Math & Spanish tutoring as well and can be reached at 407-625-5553 or by email. You can also find Arnold on Facebook @orlandochessclub
ONLINE CHESS COACHING
FM Dalton Perrine
FM Dalton Perrine is one of the lead instructors at chess.com university 's Prodigy Program, an online chess training program that guarantees you can become a Master chess player in five years regardless of your current playing strength. The Prodigy Program was launched in December 2014 and has become a very successful online learning resource. Dalton can be reached via email.