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2nd Kids for Chess Camp 2007 (June 5 to 7)

2nd Kids for Chess Camp

Kids for Chess Program welcomes you to its 2nd Chess Camp for children. The course has been designed to be fun and informative for the absolute beginner, the intermediate player as well as the aspiring tournament player. With this camp, we are proud to announce the following list of players who collectively have more than 100 years of chess experience:

International Master  
Jimmy Liew 

National Master Choo Min Wang 

S. Balen (FIDE 1960)


Candidate Master 
Collin Madhavan (FIDE 2220)

Entry fee is a flat rate of RM 70 per student for the 3-day Chess Camp. All Chess equipment will be provided. If there should be any further enquiries, please feel free to contact Collin Madhavan at ( 03-91316474 or  016-2123578). Sekolah Sri Garden is the main sponsor for the event. 

The closing date is the 4th of June 2007 (Monday).

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1st Pudu Youth Chess Open 2007

Date: 3rd June 2007 (Sunday) 
Time:      9 am to 5 pm 
Venue: Sekolah Sri Garden (SSG), Off Jalan Pria, Taman Maluri, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. 
Organisers:  Kids for Chess Program.
(6 sections)  
Under-9 (boys and girls)      
Under-12 (boys and girls)  

Under-15 (boys and girls) 
Format: 6 Rounds Rapid play
Time control: hour each. 
Entry fees:   RM 15 for non-SSG students   RM 10 for SSG students 
  There will be separate prizes for Boys and Girls. In each category, the top 10 winners will each receive a medal and a certificate of achievement. Cash prizes of RM50, RM40 and RM30 will be awarded to the top 3 winners from each category. 


1st Kids for Chess Camp 2006

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National Age-Group 2007
(12 to 18 March 2007 )

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 IM Jimmy Liew vs Juniors Matches

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Chess Puzzles (May 2007)  


White to checkmate in 3 moves.  


White to checkmate in 3 moves  



Solution #11:  1.g8 (=R) Kb3 2.Rg2 Ka3 3.Rc3 mate [1...Kb1 2.Rg2 Ka1 3.Rc1mate; 1...Ka2 2.Rb4 Ka3 3.Ra8 mate]  (Composer unknown)



Solution #12:  1.e8(=B) Kxd6  2.c8(=R) Ke6 3.Rc6 mate [1...Kxf6 2.g8(=R) Ke6 3.Rg6#] 
(Composer unknown)

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