Tuesday, December 1, 2009

datcc suprise!!

results of the 4th round DATCC league

DATCC suprisngly drew 2-2 with 17 chess club with Haslinda and Yat winning

Price Water house won 2.5-1.5 against Storm Warrior

Team AU won 3.5-0.5 against Eon Bank with Soon Wain Cheong drew,Mas playing first game for Team AU won against Nor Ilhamuddin. Aziz of Eon lost To Fairin And Jax overcome Prabha as Prabha failed to convert the advantage of time and position.

Caviaga was impressive in demolition of pretenders X Factor3.5-0.5 as Mok drew with udani and Edward, Abdullah and Yeap Eng Chiam winning for Caviaga ,IM Lim Yee Weng was absent as he is away to Vietnam and Udani played the top board

Tan and Tan with IM Tan Liang Ann on board 1 failed to impress as they lost 4-0 to Nusa Mahkota. Captain of NMCC himself was suprised with the result and promised a big feast for the team.
Kamarul Ariffin , Rizal, Rusdi and supersub Razali all winning and Razali was totally pleased with himself as his win is second in 2 games.

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