- Amier Hamzah U-8 Boys 4 points
- Teh De Juan U-8 Boys 3 points
- Teh De Zen U-8 Girls 3 points
- WFM Nur Najiha U-10 Girls 2.5 points
- Muhd Irfan Haqqim U-12 Boy 1.5 points
- WCM Nur Nabila U-12 Girls 4.5 points
- Camilia Johari U-12 Girls 3 points
- Wong Jianwen U-14 Boys 2 points
- Elgin Lee Kah Meng U-14 Boys 2 points
- Hoh Tjin Li U-14 Girls 1.5 points
- Sumant Subramaniam U-16 Boys 2.5 points
Amier Hamzah will play white on table 6 against SAIDAKBAR Saydaliev of Uzbekistan while his compatriot Teh De Juan will be black against FIEBERG Samuel of Germany. Both of the players should be able to win or draw if possible.
Teh De Zen will take white against DEMEUOVA Gulziya of Kazakstan. She should be able to win or draw. Prove that defeat in the last round just merely a hiccup! GO ZEN GO! I BELIEVE YOU CAN DO IT! SHOW your POWER!
Nur Najiha will play white against the host (Turkey), Vatansever Buse. She should be able to win as long she stayed focus in bringing all her resources & experience in her! GO NAJIHA GO! Your mother is always in your heart! Make her PROUD!
Muhd Irfan Haqqim will face uphill task once again as he face Finnish player Bicer Sena Aksel playing black. ADIK IRFAN, You can FINISH him! Make your family proud!
Six players are leading in this Under-12 Girls & Nur Nabila is one of the leaders. She will play black against Lasya Goli of India. Should be able to win or draw. However never underestimate Indian players!
It’s another tough test for Camilia Johari as she will face Ghukasyan Siranush of Armenia this time. She should get a draw here & a win if opponent made mistakes. Anything is possible here! SHOW your GIRLS POWER!
Wong Jianwen will play white against Mamaliga Laurentiu of Macedonia while Elgin Lee will take black against Cakiroglu Metin of Turkey. Both should be able to win. Guys Make Malaysia Proud of U!
Hoh Tjin Li will take white against Balzano Filli of Italy. It’s not easy task for this young girl. Keep your spirit high Tjin Li!
Sumant Subramaniam will be playing black against Givon Asaf of Israel. It will be tough but he got all the support & experience! Go PAHANG!