Tuesday, March 28, 2017


Photo credits: Norazwan (AI Chess)

Interactive Crosstable results (total 9 rounds):-




Monday, March 27, 2017


That's the social trend now when someone posts something delicious they had onto Facebook and friend reply with 'tak ajak' or boh jio (in Hokkien).

Initially, that's what I want to say when I was not invited for this year's Malaysian Chess Championship 2017.

First off I have to admit I am grateful, even though there was initial hint that I was to be invited, in the end that did not materialise. Grateful because it is pretty tiring travelling that far and I probably want to save my nowadays limited energy for the coming Malaysian Chess Festival.

In the past, I would have gone to the national level Championship voluntarily on my on cost. There would be a big deal of regret if I missed it, but those days are gone now especially with rising cost of maintaining my own website.

Still, that does not mean I won't go to any other chess event. I will continue going to events that sponsors me.

Friday, March 24, 2017

2017 Malaysian Chess Festival is announced and the schedule is as follows:- 


Friday, February 17, 2017

Saturday, February 11, 2017




1500 !! That's the number we are looking at for the today's Festival Catur Putrajaya (FCP) 2017. It's definitely a record for the biggest number of participants in Malaysia ever. Of course the previous one was marred by bad organisation and controversies. From what I see in the initial first round, this is a very smoothly run Round 1 and the organisers are determined things finish on time at 5 pm!

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