Saturday, January 1, 2011

Malaysia Victorious!

The winning Malaysia Chess Team 2011 in Singapore
Pix 1. The winning Malaysian Chess Team 2011 in Singapore.
(picture courtesy of Hairulovchessmaniac.com)
1 January 2011, Kuala Lumpur – The Malaysian chess team triumphs in Singapore after drawing level 19-19 all in the final round 4 rapids of the Singapore-Malaysia Chess Challenge 2011 at the Stansfield Residence 1, Vernon Road, Singapore. This means Malaysia bring home the 3-0 winning lead and winning this year’s chess challenge 77.5-74.5 overall. Congratulations to team Malaysia!!!

With this win, Malaysia has finally avenged its loss in Kuala Lumpur and kept its critics at bay.

Well done to the Malaysian officials, players and organisers of the chess challenge! Hope to meet the Singaporeans again next year! Happy New Year everyone!

To read similar posts on fireyrook’s blog, please click here.
To read more, please visit Hairul’s chess blog who is in Singapore with the chess team or click here.

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