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    Round 1

    Open: Australia v Qatar
    Womens: United Arab Emirates v Australia
    The Force can have a strong influence on the weak-minded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gletsos View Post
    Round 1

    Open: Australia v Qatar
    Womens: United Arab Emirates v Australia

    Thanks Bill, in the open we are playing board 42, women have board 34!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    See Smerdon's recommendation at http://davidsmerdon.com/?p=2048

    AEST is 6 hours ahead of local game time of 3pm so I reckon you're on the money.
    I'm able to view both open and womens games on chess24.com (and I haven't had to sign up). You select the games and teams from the site eg:

    https://chess24.com/en/watch/live-to...2018-open#live

    Australian womens team games https://chess24.com/en/watch/live-to...8-women/1/34/1
    "On my chess set, all the pawns are Hamburglers" ~ Homer Simpson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElevatorEscapee View Post
    I'm able to view both open and womens games on chess24.com (and I haven't had to sign up). You select the games and teams from the site eg:

    https://chess24.com/en/watch/live-to...2018-open#live

    Australian womens team games https://chess24.com/en/watch/live-to...8-women/1/34/1
    Yes this has worked best for me so far too. Chessdom does not have the full list of games.

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    Great Start for the Australian teams! 4-0 and 3.5-0.5 respectively!
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    Rd2, Men's team is playing Belarus while Women's is up against Latvia. Both matching are promising to be interesting.
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    Off to a good start, nice work.

    Yes I watch on chess24 as well.
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    Round 2
    Open: Australia v Belarus
    Womens: Australia v Latvia
    "On my chess set, all the pawns are Hamburglers" ~ Homer Simpson.

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    or see games on Chessbomb, https://www.chessbomb.com/

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    I also enjoyed Sierawan's commentary on Chessbrah's Twitch channel
    https://www.twitch.tv/chessbrah/videos/all

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    Russian women's team lost to Uzbekistan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElevatorEscapee View Post
    Round 2
    Open: Australia v Belarus


    Womens: Australia v Latvia
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    Belarus 	     2 - 1 	Australia
    GM Kovalev, V. 2664  1-0  GM Smirnov, A.   2549
    
    GM Zhigalko, S.2610  -  GM Illingworth   2512
    
    GM Aleksandrov 2602  -  IM Cheng, Bobby  2507
    
    GM Stupak, K.  2583  -  IM Morris, James 2494
    A very good result given the ratings difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metro View Post
    Code:
    Belarus 	     2 - 1 	Australia
    GM Kovalev, V. 2664  1-0  GM Smirnov, A.   2549
    
    GM Zhigalko, S.2610  -  GM Illingworth   2512
    
    GM Aleksandrov 2602  -  IM Cheng, Bobby  2507
    
    GM Stupak, K.  2583  -  IM Morris, James 2494
    A very good result given the ratings difference.
    And Anton almost got a draw as well.
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    Aus women drew 2-2 with Latvia, now playing Peru who are also a rather even match on paper.

    Aus open playing Andorra who are pretty high rated on the top two boards and drop away a bit after that (but you have to watch out for those 2000-2200s at Olympiads!)

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