Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Round 7 Results, 2nd DATCC Chess League 2009


Here are the official results of the 7th round of the 2nd DATCC Chess League 2009 held at the Dato’ Arthur Chess Centre, 4th Floor Car Park, Wilayah Complex, Jalan Munshi Abdullah, Kuala Lumpur on the evening of the 22nd December 2009.

Team AU and Caviaga, both won their matches 3-0 and 3-1 respectively. Team AU is still in the lead of the chess league. Caviaga had Abdullah on fourth board while the top guns, IM Lim Yee Weng, Ian Udani and NM Edward Lee played the top three boards in that order.

The only major difference this week is the rise of Storm Warriors to 6th postiton from 7th after they had a draw 2-2 with EON Bank Bhd. They had two draws and one board win. Close call for Storm Warriors.

Meanwhile X-factor won their game against Tan&Tan 3.5:0.5 and Price Waterhouse gunned down DATCC in a close 2.5:1.5. DATCC had the services of three young, up-and-coming players, namely, Justin Ong Way, Tan Jun Feng and Yat Guo Jie in this week’s lineup. Haslindah played 2nd board as captain of the DATCC team.



(source: Abdul Hamid b Majid, arbiter of the event)

(posted by firey_rook;

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