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Christie Hon Kah Seng
  
Number of games in database: 41
Years covered: 1977 to 1992
Last FIDE rating: 2236
Overall record: +4 -28 =9 (20.7%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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CHRISTIE HON KAH SENG
(born 1958) Malaysia

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FIDE Master

Last updated: 2022-05-04 15:50:30

 page 1 of 2; games 1-25 of 41  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. P Garbett vs C Hon  1-0371977Second Asian Team ChampionshipB08 Pirc, Classical
2. G Bordonada vs C Hon 1-02719772nd AsiaTCh finalB06 Robatsch
3. C Hon vs A Prods  0-13419772nd AsiaTCh finalA07 King's Indian Attack
4. C Hon vs J Sampouw  1-04519772nd AsiaTCh finalC89 Ruy Lopez, Marshall
5. E Torre vs C Hon 1-0281978JakartaB84 Sicilian, Scheveningen
6. K G Shirazi vs C Hon  1-0341978JakartaB89 Sicilian
7. C Hon vs M Sharif  0-1421978JakartaD38 Queen's Gambit Declined, Ragozin Variation
8. A Bachtiar vs C Hon  1-0481978JakartaB08 Pirc, Classical
9. C Hon vs Quinteros  0-1441978JakartaA07 King's Indian Attack
10. H Suradiradja vs C Hon  1-0281978JakartaB67 Sicilian, Richter-Rauzer Attack, 7...a6 Defense, 8...Bd7
11. C Hon vs L Chiong Zacarias Romero  1-0731978JakartaA17 English
12. H Ardiansyah vs C Hon  1-0331978JakartaB08 Pirc, Classical
13. C Hon vs R Mascarinas  0-1401978JakartaA33 English, Symmetrical
14. C Hon vs C Laird  ½-½341978JakartaB10 Caro-Kann
15. Chandler vs C Hon  1-0401978JakartaC42 Petrov Defense
16. C Hon vs O'Kelly 1-0351978JakartaC63 Ruy Lopez, Schliemann Defense
17. J Sampouw vs C Hon 1-0191978JakartaB09 Pirc, Austrian Attack
18. C Hon vs Sznapik  ½-½441978Buenos Aires OlympiadB23 Sicilian, Closed
19. P M Jamieson vs C Hon  1-0281978Buenos Aires OlympiadA10 English
20. V Small vs C Hon  ½-½511978Buenos Aires OlympiadC85 Ruy Lopez, Exchange Variation Doubly Deferred (DERLD)
21. C Hon vs Schussler  0-1261982Lucerne OlympiadB07 Pirc
22. C Hon vs J Seret  ½-½471982Lucerne OlympiadB07 Pirc
23. Meng-Kong Wong vs C Hon  1-0771982Lucerne OlympiadA12 English with b3
24. Aaron vs C Hon  1-03419845th Asian Cities ChC68 Ruy Lopez, Exchange
25. Marjanovic vs C Hon 1-0241984Yugoslavia-AsiaC86 Ruy Lopez, Worrall Attack
 page 1 of 2; games 1-25 of 41  PGN Download
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jul-02-10  dinekum: Christie Hon had great potential. I saw him at the Malaysian team championships in Penang way back in 1980. Not sure what he is doing now
Dec-20-11
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  whiteshark: Little was heard of Christi following his disappearance from the Malaysian chess scene in 1989 after winning the national championship a record five times.

After nine years of obscurity, from 2002 to 2010, Christi is back with a new move -- this time wearing the 1Malaysia badge and charging around like a knight with a mission to effect social changes.

But this time you see Christi not as the chess champion but as opinion giver, arguer and adviser.

I inquired where he had been and what he had been up to all these years.

Christi revealed that he had been travelling often to other countries as a feng shui consultant.

I tried putting the pieces of info together -- a chess master becoming a feng shui master, chess geometry making way for geomancy.

Though chess and feng shui are as different as cheese and chalk, Christi has turned out to be master of both.

He said there is something common between them; chess is about predicting the opponent's moves and countering while feng shui is also about looking ahead and taking the right steps.

< Christi has represented Malaysia in the World Chess Olympiad in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Lucerne (Switzerland), Thessaloniki (Greece) and Dubai.

He was Malaysia's first Fide Master after earning a rating from the World Chess Federation and also had the distinction of beating Anand Viswanathan, the current world champion from India, in an IM tournament in New Delhi in 1985. >

< "You really beat Anand Viswanathan?" I asked Christi in a really-I-don't-quite-believe-you tone of voice.

< "I thrashed Anand in 30 minutes," he replied. >>
Wow, I would say that is something great for Christi to thump his chest.

But for Christi, 53, his world is no longer about 64 black and white squares but a political landscape coloured by dark clouds.

Christi says he is ready to speak out for Malaysians. Boldly printed on his calling card is the proclamation: "I am the New Voice of 26 million Rakyat!"

Admitting that he was apolitical when he was a serious chess player in the 1980s, Christi looks at the world differently today.

Away from the chessboard, he sees political pawns, king makers, sacrifices, manoeuvres, and end games of a different kind.

Christi, whose specialty is divination through feng shui, has indicated he is keen to help BN checkmate its rivals in the coming general election. He sees himself as a foreteller who makes predictions for 2012 -- its big conflicts and big changes.

http://www.nst.com.my/streets/centr...

Nov-09-13  Calli: <whiteshark> Yes, he's in politics now. Governor of New Jersey, I believe.

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