Saturday, December 18, 2010


My lucky win at last night.Awaiting for Ilham to join me here.

Top five winners


Beside the 3rd National Junior Chess Championship in Kuala Lumpur they are two other FIDE rated event currently being held, at the University Malaya The Grand Asian Chess Championship (GACC)  and the Sarawak open.Information about these events are available at players who are playing at the GACC tournament are Mohd Shazwan Zulkifli,Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Abdul Rahman and Wan Aizuddin Wan Razali.Wish all of them good luck.There are no known Terengganu players playing in Sarawak

GACC chess tournament here.(Men section).
GACC chess tournament here(Ladies section).
Sarawak Open here.

Thursday, December 16, 2010


The 3rd National Junior Chess Championship is in progress at Hotel Olympia in Kuala Lumpur.The annual event start on 15th Disember and will end on 19th Disember 2010.There are 69 players in the boys category First seeded in this section is Yeoh Lee Tian who has FIDE rating of 2122 and there only 32 girls taking part in this section.Women Fide Master (WFM) Alia Azwa Anin Bakri is seeded first with rating of 1953.

Current standing for boys section is here.
Current standing for girls section is here.

Source : upload by Malaysia Chess Federation.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010


Top five winners

Lucky 72nd prize winner 

Last night after 2 hour of play and 9 round of 5 minutes blitz and 200 players I finished with 5 points just enough for me to win 30 days more membership extension at want to know my secret... 

Monday, December 13, 2010


Now that the event is over and the winner is IM Oliver Dimakilling.Table below is for  rating statistic.Notice that some of my friends who are playing here going to drop rating.My congratulation to Dungun's Siti Aisyah and Siti Khadijah for doing well in the challenger section 

Click here for Open crosstable
Click here for Challenger crosstable

Source : Detail upload to Chess-results by Penang Chess.

Sunday, December 12, 2010


I think it's was one of my  worth of  investment last year when I decided to buy Fritz 12.Though it was about €50 I gained premium membership at which I made full used.I gained full access to live broadcast ,playing in the blitz tournament and also playing simul with IMs or GMs

.My lucky (tikam toto) wins on many occasion here made me very satisfied with the decision to buy the original sofware.For instance you can follow live game of London Chess Classic here and here but it's was not the same because it's dull and you cannot add engine to analyse the ongoing game.God willing one fine day I  will organised one FIDE rated event and broadcast live at the original if you an addicted to chess.Buy it from me.


At second London Chess Classic the biggest chess event held by the English in recent years saw Anand celebrated his 41st birthday by beating Nigel Short 45 years old former chess child prodigy in crushing style.Short start his game with e4 pawn and Anand respond with c5 and the game turn into Sicilian Closed Opening.

On move 11th Short played Qh4 to initiate typical Kingside attack as per theory suggest,Anand respond with Ne8 in order  to exchange the attacking Queen.Short declined and played Qh3.Anand seized the initiative when he played Nd4 with threatening Nc2 fork.Anand has the cruise control for the entire game and he checkmated his frustrated opponent on 43rd move.

Niger Short who spend long hours at server used to play similar kind of position in his 3 minutes games and of course it's different scenario.Calsen also won his game against Hikaru Nakamara .Both players played the standard opening  theory and a lot of tactic during the middle game 

On move 24 Hikaru forced Calsen to exchange Bishop for a Knight , the turning point of this  exciting game.Hikaru plan was to have double bishop on open board.Calsen turned the table around when he managed to exchange Black's Bishop.Hikaru tried to gain the initiatived but Calsen already prepared and later  have big advantages.

Short and Anand game

Calsen and Hikaru game


Penang Open final round will start today at 9.00 am.Philippine International master ( IM )Oliver Dimankilling almost certain to win the championship as he needs only draw from his compatriot to secure the title.He has now accumulated 7 points from 8 game.

It's was a smooth passage to him as he beat Grandmaster (GM) Niaz Murshed from Bangladesh at round four and our very own IM Mas Hafizul Helmi at round five.Trailing at the second place is Plilippine Oliver Barbosa who 6.5 points, Barbosa will play with Kuala Lumpur base Ian Udani in the last round.

IM Mas who has 5.5 points will play with Reggie Olay Edgar to determine his place among top ten winner.Second best Malaysian is 2010 Malaysian Champion Tan Khai Boon who has 5.5 points.

In the challenger section who has 109 players including Dungun's sisters Siti Aisyah and Siti Khadijah Sabirin.Leading is Tin Jun Hao and Muhd Zikri Mat Zaki both has identical score of 7 points.Thirteen years old Siti Aisyah so far scored respectable five points and her younger sister has Siti Khadijah has 4 points.

Click here for current open section standing
Click here for challenger section standing
Click here for Penang Open tournament info and prizes