On 9th Aug, there is an Age-Group event for Under-12 and Under-18 players. While, the Open category shall be played on the following day, 10th Aug.
How to get there? Here's the map:-
The entry form can be downloaded from here.
|The Chess Association of Selangor successfully hosted the 41st Selangor Open Chess Tournament this evening. Top rated IM Nolte Rolando ( FIDE 2417) repeated the feat he clinched two years ago with a 8 1/2 points|
|In the Closing Speech, CAS President thanked the players both locally and overseas for participating in the Tournament. The relatively strong contingent Filipino contingent almost dominated the top tables.. However the local challenge provided enough sting with Mohd Saprin taking the 2nd spot with a strong 7 1/2 points. The Tournament should serve as an invaluable test of skills for the local players|
|Equally strong challenge came from our local youngster Fong Yit San in 6th Position but the most impressive must be our local girl Rosamund Koo who shot up from her 40th ranking at the start, to a respectable 9th Position, a not so common feat for any female in our local open competition.|
|A group photo session of all the Winners|
|....and the Champion in red T-shirt with CAS Officials|
Please take note that tomorrow is no car day from 7am to 9am along Jalan Dang Wangi.
Try to come in either before 7am or use Jalan Munshi Abdullah because there is no guarantee that there is no closure at the start of the street despite the map below showed the street will not be closed because at the end of the street, vehicles cant turn left og right into Jalan Dang Wangi (refer to map below).
Top seed IM Rolando Nolte is leading the event by 1 full point ahead after 6 rounds of play. Mohd Saprin who had defeated IM Jimmy Liew in the last round is leading Malaysian charge to challenge Nolte. He and 3 Filipinos are 1 point behind the leader.
Foe full results, please click here.
Updated 23/4:- IM Rolando Nolte (elo 2417) has confirmed to take part in this year edition.
Updated 28/4:- This year edition will see Filipinos occupying top 5 highest rated by elo rating. IM Rolando (elo 2417) will lead the charge followed by Hamed (elo 2355), Ian (elo 2271), Christopher (elo 2263) and Nelson (elo 2260). Meanwhile, IM Jimmy (elo 2216), NM Fong Yit San (elo 2190), NM Yeoh Chin Seng (elo 2114) will lead the Malaysians in this edition.
There are 35 individual prizes up for grab totaling RM10,000/= cash and 3 prizes for Best Schools/Institution of Higher Learning. For those who yet to register but is interested to join, Click here for more details and submit the form to email@example.com immediately. Payment can be made on event day (30th April) before 2pm. Thereafter, your name shall be removed from the Start List.
Those who have made payment (refer to the list below) can arrive at the venue by 3pm. Your name shall be included into the Pairing List automatically. Walk-over time is 1hr from the starting time of Each Round.
Anybody name that is missing from the list below, please SMS Mr. Lim @ 012-2984922 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org IMMEDIATELY. As at 28/4 (10pm), the players who have registered with payment / pre-register are listed as follows:-
1. Sotimin Muhalip (Paid)
2. Jax Tham Tick Hong (Paid)
3. Haslindah Ruslan (Paid)
4. Villanueva, Nelson (Pending)
5. Nouri, Hamed (Pending)
6. Ismail Ahmad (Paid)
7. Muhd Faqih Aminuddin (Paid)
8. Mahmood Shah Hussin Shah (Paid)
9. Mukhriez Shah Mahmood Shah (Paid)
10. Nur Faiqah Aminuddin (Paid)
11. Emir Rusyaidi Ahmad Nazari (Paid)
12. Ellie Emira Syamimi Ahmad Nazari (Paid)
13. Wong Zi Yue (Paid)
14. Nasrul Humaimi Mahmood (Paid)
15. Kamaluddin Yusof (Paid)
16. Hasidin Abdul Rashid (Paid)
17. Dilwen Ding Tze How (Paid)
18. Muhd Zullghafari Saparmin (Paid)
19. Wong Kiiug Lik (Paid)
20. Mat Zaki Yeop (Paid)
21. Mohamed Ismail (Paid)
22. Mohammad Hasan (Paid)
23. Mohd Ezmi Mahmood (Paid)
24. Amir Faiz Amirul (Paid)
25. Amira Farhana Amirul (Paid)
CAS shall extend the early bird discount up to 24th April in order to enable some who have pre-registered but yet to make payment. Meantime, anyone who yet to register can enjoy the discount too if you submit the form and make payment by 24th April.
As at 20th April, we have 40 players in the list, still a long way to go if compare to last year 73 participants. With the organizing cost escalating over the years, it will not going in favour of 9-round Classical Time that needs 5 or 6 days of competition. The venue rental alone (without adding tables, chairs and equipment rental yet) is equivalent to this year Champion winning prize, i.e. RM 2,500/=.
CAS really hope the participant numbers can be doubled in 10 days time. There are 35 individual prizes up for grab totalling RM10,000/= cash and 3 prizes for Best Schools/Institution of Higher Learning. For those who wish to land a support by joining this event, please Click here for more details.