Chess champ against all odds

The top three winners from right are Tan, Wan Mohd Ali and Mahadzir Abd Ghani, 48.

THEY might be blind, deaf or physically challenged but their disabilities did not matter when it came to planning and strategy.

Sixty-two disabled persons showed their mental prowess while trying to outwit each other at the 1st Malaysia Lions International Chess Championship for the Disabled (Northern Zone).

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