Monday, January 31, 2011

Wong Jianwen Declared Renegade Champion!

Wong Jianwen, Winner of Renegade Rapid Weekender 30 January 2011, Kuala Lumpur – Here is a picture of the final results of the Renegade Rapid Weekender at DATCC held today over seven rounds of Swiss System pairings. Wong Jianwen (picture left) was declared today’s Renegade Champion.

Wong Jianwen won by scoring 6.5 points from seven rounds of play. Second was Lim Zhou Ren, third was Kamalarifin Wahiduddin, fourth Mark Siew, fifth Low Jun Jian. All four players (2nd to fifth placing) scored 6 points each.


Wong Jian Wen, Renegade Champion.

Lim Zhou Ren, second.
The Best U-1600 went to Norizzudin Afendi Norazman with 5 points. The Best U-1400 rating went to Anis Fariha Saleh with 4.5 points, while the Best U-12 went to Ng Jen Sheng and Best Lady went to Nithayalakshmi Sivanesan with 4 points. The  Best Unrated player went to Mohd Ezmi Mahmood with 4 points. 

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(Results courtesy of Fiq’s Blog, GiLoCatur’s son, photos courtesy of Ng6)
posted by fireyrook

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