Agnus Chess Institute…
Agnus Chess Institute presents a chess camp that will last for a period of 4 weeks. It will commence on July 15 and conclude on the August 7, the class days and times are Mondays to Wednesdays 9am-12pm, at the American University of Peace Studies.
The individual behind this initiative is Candidate Master (CM) Ronuel Greenidge, 1728 in rating, who proudly represented Guyana in the 41st Chess Olympiad, where he snatched his CM title. From there Greenidge has continued to use his platform by training players over the course of his career.
He is the current chess coach for the University of Guyana who bagged a total of 11 medals at the University Games Colombia. At the chess camp some of the issues that will be covered are how the pieces move, tactics, opening, middle game strategy and concepts, endgame concepts and more.
In an invited comment the Candidate Master said, “the camp is for anyone who is interested in the game of chess and the persons should ensure that they are registered for the camp before July 15. The institute has many aims, the first is to provide quality training to chess players of all levels. The second aim is to identify chess talent that has to desire and drive to help them become a titled player (CM, FM, WCM, WFM, WIM). I’m still a competitive player with further aspirations and I have knowledge and experience that can be passed to my students.”
Over the course of four weeks the students will be given the opportunity to learn from one of the top players in Guyana as Greenidge is no stranger to hosting such events. At the culmination of the camp participants can be assured that their chess game will improve, while seeing a surge in their problem solving skills, critical thinking, planning, assessing, sportsmanship, and patience. As such, intense training sessions will be offered to deepen their understanding of the game, building on game skills and techniques.
For Further information, interested individuals can contact CM Ronuel Greenidge on 630-6458 or 657-7543.
The cost for the four-week camp is $30,000 and caters for the ages of 7 and above.