Friday, March 19, 2010

Round 4 of the Nf6 Invitational FIDE rated tournament  held  on 18th March 2010 at the Dato Arthur Tan Chess Centre, Kuala Lumpur. The results  are as follow :-

Round 4 Results

  1. Kamaluddin Yusof  (2166) vs Abdul Haq   1-0
  2. NM Kamal Ariffin  (2119) vs Abdul Aziz Shukor (2012)   1-0
  3.   Yeoh Li Tian (1971) vs Razali Hamzah (1675) 1-0
  4. Shamshol Bahrin vs Mohd Saprin Sabri (2141)  1/2-1/2
  5.   NM Yeoh Chin Seng (2177) vs Najib Abdul Wahab  postponed

NM Kamal Ariffin is leading the tournament with a perfect score 4 out of 4! Follow closely in second place with 3.5 points is Kamaluddin Yusof.

Four players remain unbeaten ( NM Kamal Ariffin, Kamaluddin Yusof, Yeoh Li Tian and Shamsol Bahrin).

Draws expert title belong to Shamsol who draw all his game ( 3 draws out of 3 games)

Player + organiser of this tournament -   unc Abdul Aziz unfortunately found it hard to play and organise the tournament. He lost all his game so far.

Three players has play less then four games. ( Najib - less two  games, Shamsol - less one game, NM Yeoh Chin Seng - Less one game)


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