President’s Cup 2008 FINAL REPORT

k21<Pictured Above is Oscar wearing the yellow shirt. He won in that round also!>

Ladies and gentlemen, It’s all over! The final round for the Presidents cup 2008 finished last Friday. It has been almost 2 months since this tournament began. Now it comes to an end. Of course, Oscar Brillante came out ahead of the rest and won the tournament completely.

Here are the results from Round 09: round-9-result

Oscar Brillante squashed almost everybody. He claimed 8 wins and drawing once against Khaled Khan Anwar. Khaled Khan got third place in the tournament. He only got 2 loses and one draw. Ferdie Bugay got 2nd place and he won 7 rounds and lost only 2. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE TOP 3 PLAYERS. Especially OSCAR BRILLANTE for his excelent performance.

Here are the FINAL STANDING FOR ALL THE PLAYERS –>>

  1. OSCAR BRILLANTE <1ST PLACE>
  2. FERDIE BUGAY <2ND PLACE>
  3. KHALED LODHI KHAN <3RD PLACE>
  4. Ringo Teves
  5. Dennis Poliquit
  6. Oliver Revidad
  7. Jess Betguen
  8. Fayaz Sheik
  9. Emman Ygpuara
  10. Egay Benitez
  11. Fayek Kanaan
  12. Gary Garanganao
  13. Basir Cosain
  14. Roger Sedante
  15. Vincent Zanida
  16. Samy AlNasrallah
  17. Boomer Bocobo
  18. Rick Penuelos
  19. Daniel Salinas
  20. Egay Agramon
  21. Nizar Kanaan
  22. Mustafa Rahman
  23. Dante Sarsalejo
  24. Liquat Alo
  25. Mohamed Koya
  26. Boyet Zacarias
  27. Art Moquia
  28. Numeriano Panganibian
  29. Edwin Poblacion
  30. Ramon Tortal
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