May 1, 2001

2-st International Summer Training Session

Tourist Complex Baltietz St. Petersburg

03-13.07, 2000

Registration Form

Please provide the following contact information:

First name
Last name
Street address
Address (cont.)
State/Province Postal code
Phone or FAX
Please identify and describe yourself:
Date of birth dd/mm/yy
Sex Male Female
Click here if another person will accompany you
Your rating:

Your chess experience...?

Accomodation options:

double room   single room suite 

What languages do you speak:

English   Russian   German   Spanish  


Please give us any questions and comments you wish

Yes, I'd like to take part in Grandmaster Chess School International Summer Session.

All rooms have bath/shower, WC, TV set.

Participation fee including hotel accommodation (in a double room with a bath/shower and a toilet) and full-board -590$.
For attendants not taking part in the session - accommodation in a double room with full-board - 440$.
Extra charge for single accommodation - 10$/night .
Extra charge for suite accommodation (phone, fridge, etc. please note - few are left available) - 20$ per night.
Transfers and cultural program are included in the participation fee.
Discount for children of 12-18 years old - 10%, for children under 12 - 15% (to be accompanied)

Money transfers are accepted till June 20, 2000; advance payment is $80, the payment in cash could be made upon arrival..

Credit/Debit card payments are processed via the Danish Internet Payment System (hereafter referred to as DIBS) from Architrade A/S. All credit/debit card information is encrypted before transfer between the browser, DIBS and PBS. This information is additionally stored in an encrypted state. Payments with credit/debit card are therefore secure and approved by PBS.

NOTE: You can pay for our services by the following credit cards:

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"Chess is so interesting in itself, as not to need the view of gain to induce engaging in it;and thence it is never played for money."

Benjamin Franklin, "Chess made easy", 1802

"It is one of the insights of modern players, and especially of the best ones, that one has toplay the position itself, not some abstract idea of the position."

John Watson, "Secrets of Modern Chess Strategy", 1998

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