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  22nd Kids for Chess Camp 
4 & 5 December 2017
Organised by Cheras Chess Academy 
(Collin Madhavan FT)
(Kuala Lumpur)  

   The year end Chess training camp took place on 4 & 5 December 2017 at the International Youth Centre in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. Organised by the Cheras Chess Academy, the Camp attracted more than 120 participants from five different states in Malaysia. 
  Headed by Fide Trainer & Candidate Master Collin Madhavan, the Camp had a team of qualified and capable staff which included Fide Instructor Olivia Madhavan, Fide National Instructor Ms Doris Wong, Fide National Instructor Genkeswaran, Fide National Instructor Kumaressan, experienced trainer Eddy Kwan and a number of very capable training assistants. 
     Here are some of the photos from the 2-day evemt. 

Group photo: participants and trainers at the Chess Camp

Coach Olivia with Darren, one of the more energetic but talented participants

Hello Wong

7 year old Aw Yong (right)

Karen guiding Scott on what should be done

Coach Doris (left) with her young ward

Coach Doris explaining to Liang on how to solve the puzzle.

Coach Kumaressan 

Test time

Confident during the written test

Written test

Checking with coach Doris

Peace guys

Smiling and studying

Eddy in training

Coach Olivia with the Beginners

Lunch time

Lunch time: Peace young man

FIDE National Instructor Doris (left)  sparring against 
FIDE National Instructor Kumaressan.

Trainers sparring at the end of the chess camp

Coach versus Coach: Genkes (left) pitts his strength against 
the experienced Eddy Kwan

Winners of the training tournament (Beginners)

Winners of the training tournament (Lower Intermediate L1)

Winners of the training tournament (Lower Intermediate L2)

Winners of the training tournament (Higher Intermediate level)
Fide Trainer Collin Madhavan is standing on the left while 
Fide instructor Olivia Madhavan is on the right.

Winners of the Beginners training tournament 

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