ICA GM CAMP With Artur Yusupov: Learn Chess From the Man Who has beaten Carlsen, Kasparov, Kramnik, Anand, and Karpov!
Ever wonder what it takes to get to the very top of the chess world and be in a position to win games against the strongest players ever? Players like current world champion Magnus Carlsen, and former world champion Garry Kasparov? Both are certainly at the top of any list when it comes to discussion about the “greatest chess player of all time!”
Artur Yusupov has been there and done it all, playing competitive and winning chess with the last five world champions among many others!
Even if your goal is simply to improve your chess and become a standard, run-of-the-mill grandmaster, Artur will explain how to get the job done! Sort of like how he explained his win against a young Magnus in our exclusive videos on YouTube: (part 1) and (part 2).
Anand, the fifteenth world champion, was so impressed by Artur’s play that he invited him to help coach in preparation for Anand’s first world championship match against Kasparov in 1995! In other words, not only was Artur an elite player, but he was a trainer at the highest level of chess as well.
The real question is not whether you can get your rating up, but if you are wise enough to understand the value of learning from someone who has gone up against and beaten not only the best, but arguably the greatest players of all time.
The minimum rating to be eligible for this camp is 2000 USCF (or FIDE equivalent).
Transportation from Newark Airport is available for Domestic and International Campers traveling alone, but arrangements must be made with Diana Tulman.
Please contact International Chess Academy if you have any questions.