Monday, December 24, 2012

PRIZE WINNERS AT 2012 NAG

At the recently concluded National Age Group Championships, 8 students took part with 5 of them garnering top 10 positions. Results at a glance...

























6 comments:

  1. I would like congratulate you on you student good results! And many wins over national junior squad players.

    I would like my son to learn chess from you. What are rates?

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    1. Thanks Amos for your kind words. I credit my students for their hard work and passion in the game. Will email you my queries about your son.

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  2. Please email me at jfan2003@gmail.com. Will reply with rates

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  3. Hello John! Just emailed you! I have a question that I think would also be beneficial to readers of your blog. I read on many chess sites that endgame is the most important part of chess for beginners. I brought my son down to the bookstore and after browsing through many endgame books, he found them very boring and complicated. Do you have any recommendations for endgame books? Thanks!

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    1. This may help

      http://chessfood4thought.blogspot.sg/2010/10/good-endgame-books-to-read.html

      I would recommend only the first 3 on the post - the later ones are for seasoned players.

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  4. Thanks for the suggestions!

    And while credit goes to your students for their hard work, a good coach is also very important to guide them!

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