Saturday, November 21, 2009

IM designate Mok Tze Meng to play for X factor!



FM Mok Tze Meng , who earlier planned to play a tournament in Singapore, decided to play in DATCC league for team X Factor.

A dedicated chess player ,who has been a regular in national team was one of the mainstay for SMS Gold in the last edition ,whose  appearance will definitely make this edition more interesting and strengthen X factor from and ordinary team to the front runner.

With Mok playing first board , 17 chess club , their next opponents, will find it going tough especially kamaluddin Yusof, 17 chess club Board 1 player .

Another 2 interesting  ties can be expected in this edition when Mok plays newly installed IM Lim Yee Weng when x factor meets Caviaga and  against Team AU , Mok will most likely play FM Ooi chern Ee.

Datcc Welcomes Mok and wish him the best. Hope IM Jimmy Liew, who has been busy, and FM Nicholas Chan, who is  studying in Melaka will find time to play a few games too .Its also good to see IM Mas Hafizulhilmi, who is in kelantan to be with his newborn baby and family,plays a game or two in this edition

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