Wednesday, November 25, 2009

DATCC Chess league heats up!

the Race to be champions in the DATCC heated up as top 4 teams are on the look out for new players to strengthen their teams. 3 teams are on a mission to woo Ian Udani , who has just arrived from turkey. Ian Udani is expected to play a crucial role for any team he choses to play and Caviaga are the favourites to have him if Udani decides to play.

 

Price Waterhouse  may have the services of Ong Thian Loon, who finished second behind Abdullah in the DATCC individual tournament last week.

Other players likely to be sought after are IM Mas Hafizulhilmi , who is going to play in the commonwealth open in Singapore and vietnam open from dec 2-14 and may be available for last rounds, FM Nicholas Chan , who has been busy with examinations and preparations for the semifinals of the Malaysian Masters 27/28 Nov in DATCC against newly installed IM  Lim Yee Weng, Lim Zhou Ren who is in the mist of his SPM examinations and IM Jimmy Liew. 

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