30.09.2001 - The underdog-FM Mok Tze Meng produced a stunning result by winning the first game (as black!) against Malsyian no.1 - IM Mashafizul in the Malaysian Master (semifinal match) held in DATCC, KL . Mok show no fear by playing his beloved opening - Mo(k)dern Defense which his opponent must have studied it deeply before the match. Instead Mok come with a new "dubious" looking move (6...e6) which manage to confuse Mas who failed to choose the correct plan against it. With Mas looking clueless in the middlegame, Mok slowly but steadily invade Mas position. Somewhere in the middle game, Mas blundered a pawn and his position getting worse move after move. In the end, Mas had to resign due to black's passed pawn armada which is hard for him to handle.
IM Mashafizul Helmi vs FM Mok Tze Meng
Malaysian Master (Semifinal) Game 1, 30.09.2009
1. e4 g6 2. d4 Bg7 3. Nc3 c6 4. f4 d5 5. e5 h5 6. Be3 e6?! Voluntarily restrict the mobility of his light square bishop which look like a dubious looking plan but Mok has his own idea! 7. Nf3 b6 8. Qd2 Ba6 An original way to dispose his passive piece. 9. O-O-O Nh6 10. g3 Bxf1 11. Rdxf1 Nd7 12. h3 b5 13. Rfg1 Nb6 14. Bf2 Nc4 15. Qd3 Qa5 16. Kb1 Bf8 17. Nd1 Rb8 18. g4 Rb6 19. Be1 b4 20. Bh4 Be7 21. Rg2? Mas main problem start here. He should have play 21.Bxe7 21...Ra6 22. Qb3 Bxh4 23. Nxh4 hxg4 24. hxg4 Nxg4! Mas probably missed this cute tactic. 25.Rxg4? is of course lost to 25...Nd2+ and white lost his queen. 25.Kc1 Qxa2 26. Qxa2 Rxa2 27. Kb1 Nge3 28. Re2 Nxd1 29. Kxa2 Ndxb2 30. Kb3 Kd7 31. Ree1 a5 32. Rb1 a4+ 33. Kxb4 Rb8+ 34. Kc3 a3 35. Ra1 Na4+ 36. Kd3 c5 37. Nf3 Ke7 38. dxc5 Nxc5+ 39. Kd4 Ne4 40. Rhb1 Rb2 41. Rc1 Rb8 42. Ne1 Rh8 43. Nf3 Rb8 44. Rab1 Rb2 45. Ne1 Ned2 46. Ra1 Rb8 47. Nd3 Rh8 48. Rh1 Rc8 49. Nb4 Rc7 50. Rh8 g5 51. f5 Nf3+ 52. Kc3 Nfxe5 53. fxe6 fxe6 54. Rg8 g4 55. Rh1 Kd6 56. Rd8+ Rd7 57. Ra8 Rc7 58. Ra6+ Nc6 59. Kb3 Kc5 60. Nd3+ Kd4 61. Rh4 e5 62. Rxg4+ e4 63. Ra4 Rb7+ 64. Nb4 Nxb4 65. c3+ Kd3 66. Rxb4 Rxb4+ 67. cxb4 e3 0-1