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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Kamaluddin Yusof Champs Insofar with PERFECT SCORE!!

Kamaluddin The Great, won the Insofar July edition today with perfect score of 6/6! His victims included top seed, Ian Udani and Ronnie Lim. Despite the fasting month, the turned out was pretty good. Some of the top players includes Ian Udani, Ronnie Lim, Efren Bagamasbad, Kamalarifin, Jax Tham, Liew Ken Yew, Nik Ahmad Farouqi and Nor Ilhamuddin. The organizer also shortened the tourney to only 6 rounds since it is the month of Ramadan.

Insofar is one of the rare tournament that offered vouchers as prize (voucher to play Insofar for free in the next edition). Not only that, Insofar is also the first to offered scholarship prizes, that means the organizer will bank in to your bank account every month until it reaches the limit of the cash prize. There are also various of prizes being offered. Category prizes includes Best Father, Best lady, Best Blogger, Best IPT, Best Primary, Best Secondary and many more. Najib Wahab, the arbiter also claimed that his biggest challenge is not arbitering, but sorting out the prizes for each category. But the best part is, you could even win the scholarship prizes despite being at the bottom.

Below are the pictures of the prize winners.

Champion: Kamaluddin Yusof 

Runner Up: Ronnie Lim Chuin Hoong 

 3rd: Efren Bagamasbad 

Best U2000/4th: Nik Ahmad Farouqi Nik 

Best Father/5th: Kamalariffin Wahiduddin 

Best U1700/6th: Amiruddin Zakaria

7th: Ian Udani 

Best Blogger/8th: Jax Tham Tick Hong (Excel Chess)

Best U1800/9th: Yat Guo Jie a.k.a yatzchess

Best U1900/10th: Nor Ilhamuddin Shaikh Ali (Chess Odyssey)

Best IPT: Chek Kin Keuk

Best Secondary School: Liew Ken Yew

 Best Primary school: Mok Tsu Zing

Best Teacher: Bob Yap 

Best Non Malaysian: Taione Sikivou 

Best 2nd Blogger

Best U1600: Lum Zhun Hoong  

Best U1700/Best U15: Darrel Yap Egin

Congratulation to all prize winners. 

  • Final standing will be published in soon.
  • Short video between Kamaluddin Yusof and Ian Udani later
  • Some pictures during the tournament


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