Sunday, November 22, 2009

DATCC Weekender Prize Winners


1st – Abdullah Che Hassan(you know i am no more a "jaguh kampung" FIDE rated event pun boleh menang!!)


2nd – Ong Thian Loon( new to place but good achievement. i will continue to improve)


3rd – Kamaluddin Yusof (saya sepatutnya champion sebab saya kalahkan itu champion Abdullah!!)


4th – Nor Ilhamuddin( tough opponents la lain kali saya main lagi baik)


5th - Alfred Ting Shih Chieh ( you will see me more from nowadays)


6th – Edward Lee( as Hitler say -to go 2 steps forward we may have to come 1 step backward-you all will see the real edward soon)


7th – Low Jun Jian(Abdullahs mamak trick fooled me- but never again!)


8th – Mark Siew Kit-Tze( dad you are so great for being with me for the whole of this tournment and promise you with a better performance next time)


9th – Low Jun Keat( 9 th also ok la!)


10th – Mohd Ali Chor (mirip susanto lebih bermakna dari hadiah ini- harap saya boleh main macam dia)


Best Under-12 – Tan Wei Hao( future champion - just the beginning- world watch out!!)

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