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ֱChess Masters

ֱChess Masters

Life competencies

Cognitive, digital, interpersonal

Age Range

5 – 18

Dates

October 2023 – June 2024

Participants per school

unlimited

Format

Online and in school

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ֱChess Masters, previously known as ֱChess Tournament, grows students’ skills and teamwork by connecting them with other ֱstudents to play fast chess in online and in-person tournaments in local, regional and global contexts.

I love chess and having the opportunity to get better at it through tournaments is simply amazing. You can share ideas about moves and your style of playing at the same time as playing, you can play with people you don't know, and all off that with no material needed, just a computer.

Student, ֱChess Masters, Fontenebro International School, Spain

Students have certainly enhanced their skills in chess by a good teamwork while helping each other while preparing them for the tournament

Coordinator, Straits International School Rawang, Malaysia

2023

After 5 months of competition with 9 tournaments, more than 18 games and 50,000 moves played in 27 hours, all the rounds were thrilling, and the level performed was astonishing. Congratulations to the winners and to the more than 1,000 students who took part in the tournament!

The ֱChess Tournament Champions were:

Junior Category:

  1. El Altillo International School (Spain)
  2. Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park (Malaysia)
  3. Park House English School (Qatar)

 

Senior Category

  1. El Altillo International School (Spain)
  2. British School of Malaga (Spain)
  3. Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park (Malaysia)

All the rounds were thrilling, and the level performed was astonishing. Congratulations to the winners and to the more than 900 students who took part in the tournament!

INDIVIDUAL COMPETITION

Junior Category:

  1. Gamini, ITJ Valle Real (Mexico)
  2. Mingxing, ITJ Queretaro (Mexico)
  3. Mario, Laude San Pedro (Spain)

 

Senior Category

  1. Poh, Tenby Schools Penang (Malaysia)
  2. Christopher, Lynn Rose School (Canada)
  3. Santiago, ITJ Valle Real (Mexico)

Learning outcomes

  • Knowledge: Know how to decode an issue and the strategies that can be used for structured problem solving.
  • Skills: Be able to apply logical reasoning and mental flexibility to make effective decisions.
  • Understanding: Develop my understanding of game play by recursively growing my spatial reasoning and strategy- making abilities.
  • Confidence: Grow my confidence in my decision-making skills to make effective choices to engage in fair play.

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