Today it is Malaysia-Singapore and Malaysia-Thailand and Malaysia-Indonesia!

One of our most experienced players is Ahmad Fadzil Nayan, already Asian Amateur Champion, and he is up against one of Singapore's brightest prospects.

Very intriguing is Li Tian's game against the Thailand No. 1, Thanadon Kulpruethanon, a very promising and also up and coming young man who clearly has talent.

Of course we have match up of veterans too with our own Ismail Ahmad against frequent Indonesian visitor Handjojo Limono.


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