Sunday, May 9, 2010

Ian Udani wins KL GP (4th leg)


Ian Udani stamped his authority on the 4th leg of the KL Grand Prix in the weekend event on the 8th and 9th of May. He won 5 games and drew only one. His nearest rivals were one and a half points behind him.

The standings (taken from

Final Ranking (Open section)

Rk.   Name FED Rtg Pts. TB1
1   Udani Ian MAS 2261 5,5 19,5
2   Ajeet Singh Roshan MAS 1871 4,0 16,0
3   Retallick Steven AUS 2067 4,0 14,0
    Azman Hisham Muhd Nabil MAS 1997 4,0 14,0
5   Tham Tick Hong Jax MAS 2076 3,5 12,5
6 WCM Azman Hisham Nur Nabila MAS 1817 3,0 12,0
7   Che Doi Azman Hisham MAS 0 2,5 8,5
8   Mohd Rashdan MAS 0 2,5 7,5
9   Goh Xin Yen MAS 0 2,5 6,5
10   Ooi Boon Seng Andrew MAS 1837 2,0 8,0
11   Dutton Lucas Matthew MAS 0 1,5 2,5
12   Wong Hsien Loong Vinton MAS 0 1,0 5,0

Chess-results crosstable here.

Interactive crosstable results and prize winner pictures will be posted later at
The original dates for the KL Grand Prix finals may change due to the clash with MSSM. Check out for updates.

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