Mangalore Origin Boy Madhav Kamath Makes India Proud: Bags Second Place in Scrabble World Youth Cup

Mangalore Origin Boy Madhav Kamath Makes India Proud: Bags Second Place in Scrabble World Youth Cup

Mangalore origin boy Madhav Kamath has made India proud by securing the second place in the 2021 Scrabble World Youth Cup on Sunday, August 22, 2021. Ten-year-old Madhav, who is a class VI student at Sanskriti School, New Delhi, is the second son of Sudhir Kamath and Malavika P. The event, which is normally held in different parts of the world, was this time held online due to the pandemic. Madhav’s second-place finish in the main Under-18 event is the best performance by an Indian scrabble player in the history of the World Youth Cup. The prize comprises of trophy and cash award. His father Mangalore born Sudhir Kamath is the CEO and Co-founder of 9stacks, India’s fastest growing online poker platform. His grandmother, Surathkal Gowri Kamath was earlier a resident of Pound Garden, Kadri, Mangalore. Madhav started playing scrabble when he was six. He has previously won the Under-8, Under-10, and Under-12 works titles held in Malaysia 2017, Dubai 2018 and Kaula Lampur 2019 respectively. This year, apart from runner up (2nd rank) in the main Under-18 event, he has won the Under-12 too. He has participated and won prizes in adults tournaments too, including top five finishes in two national level tournaments for adults.

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