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Jesse Lozano

(4 customer reviews)
Location:San Antonio, TX
Languages:English
Rating:USCF: 2308, FIDE: 2230
Rate:$60/hr
Email:[email protected]
Phone:210-393-3056

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Jesse has been San Antonio city chess champion for 3 years in a row. Being a national master, he is very passionate about chess and has studied the game for years. Jesse also loves working with children and wants to share his knowledge to make chess greater in San Antonio.
Location:San Antonio, TX
Languages:English
Rating:USCF: 1696
Rate:$40/hr
Email:[email protected]
Phone:210-332-3439

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Coach Aaron Reyes has been competing in rated tournaments since 1999, and since that time, has placed in a number of them. Most notably he won 1st U1400 at the Texas Amateur in 2011, and tied for 1st U1600 at the 2014 Lone Star Open. He was also a member of the Texas A&M Chess team, which won 2nd place team at the 2005 Texas Collegiate Championship. With many years of coaching experience, Coach Aaron knows how to interact, encourage, and teach children to become better chess players

Aaron Reyes

(3 customer reviews)

Blake Herrera

(1 customer review)
Location:San Antonio, TX
Languages:English
Rating:USCF: 1812
Rate:$30/hr
Email:[email protected]
Phone:210-845-9845

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Blake is a USCF-certified chess tournament director, and usually runs the Saturday Scholastic tournaments at Complete Chess. His teaching experience includes holding private lessons for children and adults alike, instructing the weekly group lesson on Thursdays, and being the lead coach of chess camps and several after-school programs around the NISD area. His input helped to shape the curriculum used in Complete Chess' after school programs, and he even trains new hires to learn to present the material.Blake knew nothing about chess until high school. He fell in love with the game and ended up graduating from John Jay as the highest rated high school player in San Antonio for 2015. He is still an active tournament player and loves breaking down the game to a science. He is even the president of the chess club at UTSA, where he pursues his bachelor's degree in computer science with a concentration in data science. His goals for the future are to build a strong chess community with other colleges around Texas, and host competitive intercollegiate tournaments.