Even though they each had to cancel one event out of the crazy multiple events they registered at Gibraltar because of fatigue, both FM Lim Zhuo Ren and Teh Wee Zhun still found success winning category prizes. Additionally, FM Lim Zhuo Ren was champion in the Mix Pair Mlitz event with WGM Irine Kharisma Sukandar. […]
FM Mohamad Ervan leads the GACC Inter-Varsity after 6 rounds with a perfect score of 6/6. Rk. Name Rtg FED Pts. 1 FM ErvanMohamad 2362 INA 6 2 Saurabh Lokhande…
Got the following email from Gibraltar that read like a report card: So as Malaysians we should be happy that our two representatives there have made us proud. Lim Zhuo Ren for winning Challengers A by 4.5 out of 5 points and Teh Wee Zhun for winning Amateurs B with a perfect 5 out of […]
A total of 73 players is taking part in the 23rd GACC Inter-varsity Chess Championship. Participants are from India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Malaysia. Prize money: Last game to finish..
An impressive 113 teams took part in this one day open team event. “The Baby Beast” took first prize for the GACC Open Team Championship. The team comprising IM Dimakiling…
3 players tied with 5.5 points each after 6 rounds but FM Ervan Mohamad has the better tie break and is 2019 GACC Open champion.
IM Yeoh Li Tian made history by getting Malaysia’s first Grandmaster norm winning the very strong 2017 Zone 3.3 Chess Championships thereby qualifying for the World Cup! He made the nation proud again by getting his 2nd GM norm at the Rilton Cup in Sweden. He met no less than 6 strong GMs in this […]
2019 first event is First Satuday ICE Rapid Challenge. The event was held at ICE (Institute of Chess Exellence) . A total of 43 players took part in this event. Two players ended up with 6 points out of 7 but Dawson Tan Soon Wei won the tie break (personal encounter) took first place and […]
Malaysian Cheah Cheok Fung and Cheah Kah Hoe also took part in the recently concluded Hong Kong LEAP 2018.
Johor Open and Challenger prize winners The 5th Johor International Chess Open 2018 was won