Tuesday, October 12, 2010


Insofar Chess Academy will be organizing its Annual Team Chess Tournament starting this Friday, 15th October 2010. Its a double round robin format with 25 minutes time control per player per game. Entries are limited to only 4 teams with each team to pay RM200 as the entry fees, including an additional refundable deposit of RM200. Team can also field a maximum of 6 reserve players at RM50 per players.

Rounds are scheduled every alternate Friday (starting on 15th October) from 9:00pm at its official sponsor's venue, HBM Professional Training Center, 03-36 3rd Floor, PKNS Complex, Shah Alam. The event is rather unique as teams/players who gave walkovers can be penalized for not turning up ergo the reasons for the deposit.

This tournament offers one of the more lucrative prize money with the winning team to pocket RM 2,000 and the runner up RM 1,000 and with only 4 teams participating and 3 prizes offered, most players will not go home empty handed.

For more details on this event, please contact Mat Zaki Yeop at 017 203 2051.

P/S Hey... I don't mind playing... Any takers?? (Najib)

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