Saturday, December 5, 2009

GACC Inter-Varsity Chess Championship 2009

Here is a snapshot of the top 11 chess teams that participated in the recently concluded GACC International Inter-Varsity Chess Championship 2009 held at University of Malaya from 28 Nov – 5 Dec 2009 in Kuala Lumpur.

The top three teams were University of Calculatta with 28.5 points, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, 25.5 and in third place, International Islamic University Malaysia, Team A (IIUMA) with 23.5 points.

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Table 1. Top Eleven Chess Teams in GACC Tourney 2009.

More news from http://stonemaster.info where it is reported that Stonemaster is the official chess coach for team IIUM.

Further details from http://selchess.blogspot.com whose webmaster is the pround parents to the Zullkapli’s siblings – Zarul Shafiq and Zarul Shazwan.

Well done to the winners and all participating Malaysian chess players and organisers for making the event a success!

(posted by firey_rook; http://fireyrook.blogspot.com)

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