Monday, September 27, 2010

Super Supreme Final Results

48 players took part in the first Rapid event to kick off after the Hari Raya and it was a fun event with some local strong players - Abdullah Che Hassan, Ismail Ahmad, Kamaluddin Yusof and Nor Ilhamuddin taking in the event, which also sees GM Ziaur Rahman, Amitpal Singh and IM Giam Choo Kwee in the list of lineup.

After the smoked cleared, the following is the list of prize winners for the event:
Rank Name Rtg FED Pts Position
1 GM Rahman Ziaur 2543 BAN 1st
2 Amitpal Singh 2195 IND 6 2nd
3 Kamaluddin Yusof 1870 MAS 5 3rd
4 Nor Ilhamuddin Shaikh Ali 1801 MAS 5 4th
5 Abdullah Che Hassan 1836 MAS 5 5th
9 Tariq Ziad Abdul Razak 1472 MAS 5 Best U 1600
10 Chan Sheng Yip 1548 MAS 5 2nd U 1600
15 Emir Rusyaidi Ahmad Nazari 1335 MAS 4 Best U1400
17 Vinton Wong Hsien Loong 1356 MAS 4 2nd U 1400
19 A Jalal Md Shah 0 MAS 4 Best UR
23 Camilia Johari 1564 MAS Best Lady
24 Ethan Wong Hsien Aun 1377 MAS Best U12

Be on the look out for our next event coming up in November 2010!!!

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