Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Marcus Yeoh - sole Malaysian so far


Marcus Yeoh is the only Malaysian entered into the participant list of the KL Open 2010 so far. He was also one of the arbiters for last year's event.

The KL Open will be held on the 7th-12th April 2010. Chief arbiter of the event is Najib Abdul Wahab. He will be assisted by Praful Zaferi and Anggun Nugroho.


Starting rank list

No.   Name FED Rtg
1 GM Iuldashev Saidali UZB 2519
2 GM Marat Dzhumaev UZB 2515
3 IM Wohl Alex AUS 2458
4 GM Nguyen Anh Dung VIE 2445
5 GM Murshed Niaz BAN 2419
6 GM Wong Meng Kong SIN 2416
7 WIM Muninova Nafisa UZB 2347
8 FM Smith Robert W NZL 2289
9 IM Gokhale Chandrasekhar IND 2271
10 WIM Wang Xiaohui CHN 2208
11   Zhou Guijue CHN 2208
12   Navalgund Niranjan IND 2168
13   Legaspi Edmundo PHI 2126
14   Wijesuriya Luxman SRI 2089
15 WIM Mendoza Beverly PHI 2080
16   Yeoh Phee Leong Marcus MAS 1999
17   Bersamina Paolo PHI 1927
18 WFM Smith Vivian J NZL 1806
19   Shenvi Pratik IND 1778
20   Vivek M IND 1694
21 GM Megaranto Susanto INA 0
22 WGM Sukandar Irine Kharisma INA 0
23 WCM Iin Dwijawanti Kadek INA 0
24   Ann Legaspi Kaye PHI 0

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