Monday, November 02, 2009

Sicilian Dragon seminar from IM elect - Lim Yee Weng! (UPDATE)

UPDATE : According to Lim Yee Weng, the seminar will be in between the rounds (round 3 and 4) of the DATCC individual event (during the break time) which will be held on 15 November 2009 . Morning game will end at 1pm (so the seminar start at 130-330pm) and 2nd game will start after that around (4pm). Mr. Hamid Majid & Gregory Lau has confirmed the arrangement.

FM Lim Yee Weng will organised a Chess Seminar on his favorite opening, the Sicilian Dragon on Sunday, 15 November 2009 at DATCC, Kuala Lumpur. Yee Weng is an expert in this highly dangerous opening which has been label as the sharpest opening. This will be an exciting event. Below is the details.

The Sicilian Dragon

Presenting the first chess lecture by

International Master elect and Sicilian Dragon expert1

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Who plays the Sicilian Dragon?

Magnus Carlsen & Teimour Radjabov are just the few of the many top Grandmasters in the world that has given their seal of approval to the razor-sharp & exciting Sicilian Dragon. Even Gary Kasparov himself has used it to defeat Vishy Anand in their 1995 World Championship Match.

What to expect during the lecture?

The lecture will consist of brilliant, beautiful, amazing & inspiring Sicilian Dragon games ever played (See enclosed game as sneak preview as to what is to come). The Lecturer’s ultimate aim is to generate the interest and convert all those players who do not play the Dragon into aspiring Dragon players! With so many pitfalls and traps for White to fall into? What can be a better opening for Black to play?

Day, Date & Time:Sunday, 15 November 2009, 130pm to approximately 330pm
Registration fees:RM10 per person for the first 20 people that register (all others RM15) Limited spaces available – first come first serve basis
Location:DAT Chess Centre, Lot 4.20CS, 4th Floor Car Park, Kompleks Wilayah, No 2, Jalan Munshi Abdullah, 50100 K.L
Level:For ALL LEVELS & AGE and especially for those who DOES NOT play the Sicilian Dragon as Black (yet!)

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