Not everyone can become a master immediately. Hard work, perseverance, and daily practice are needed. Thus, UQCC believes that as early as possible, children must be exposed to intense training to further improve their chess. Last year, the organization has given 13 years old and below males and women the opportunity to play in simultaneous exhibition matches against several masters from different countries. Now, they have the chance to sit, listen, and play with their favorite masters for more than an hour.
To begin the new series, we present you, FM Randy Segarra! He is currently under the DLSU coaching team and is been for more than 15 years. He was a former Green Archer and was part of the champion team in 1999. Furthermore, he was also awarded as the Most Valuable Player in the same year. As early as 2005, he had completed his three National Master norms and began to seek his Fide Master title in 2008 with an Elo rating of 2300.
Learn with the best. Be the best.
1. WCM Chua Jia-Tien
2. Chua Siang-Zhe
3. Arleah Cassandra Lorico Sapuan
4. Dwayne Alekhine Lorico Sapuan
5. Tyrone James Tabernilla
6. Cleiford Kortchnoi Domalanta
7. Aaron V. Aton
8. Queen Sophia Domalanta
9. Beatrice V. Aton
10. Christian Gian Karlo Arca
11. Marjanovic Refuerzo
12. Jaymiel Piel
13. Yaneah Sofia T. Morada
14. Yosef Immanuel T. Morada
15. Joash Alton P. Gumiran