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    Quote Originally Posted by JackRodgers View Post
    Australia Wins!

    Australia upset Georgia in Round 4 fielding a team including 4 out of 6 of our 'reserve' players. Everyone played exceptionally and we were unlucky not to win 5-1, with Albert Winkelman coming within a whisker of the game of the tournament so far.

    Australia 4 - Georgia 2

    0 GM Mchedlishvili, Mikheil 2621 - GM Ly, Moulthun 2502 1
    1 IM Petriashvili, Nikoloz - FM Chan, Luis 0
    0 IM Lomineishvili, Maia - WGM Zhang, Jilin 2246 1
    0 IM Purtseladze, Maka 2229 - WFM Nguyen, Thu Giang 2119 1
    1 IM Kacharava, Nikolozi 2036 - FM Winkelman, Albert 2257 0
    0 Pipia, Ekaterine 1734 - Cheng, Chao Xin 1440 1

    Next up is Romania, another team of similar standard to Georgia.
    What a result on women's boards!
    well done!
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    Australia (almost) causes the upset of the tournament against top-of-the-table Kazakhstan!

    A rejuvenated Australian team continued on from their form yesterday, going down by the smallest possible margin to a team that has won all of their matches thus far, including a spectacular win against China. Wins on Board 1 and 2 from Temur Kubokarov and Moulthun Ly as well as a great draw from Jilin Zhang meant the team came agonizingly close to a result.

    Next up we play Mongolia who sits at the bottom of the ladder going into this round.

    Australia 2.5 - Kazakhstan 3.5

    1W GM Kuybokarov, Temur 2134 - GM Jumabayev, Rinat 2562 0
    1B GM Ly, Moulthun 2502 - GM Khusnutdinov, Rustam 2523 0
    .5W WGM Zhang, Jilin 2246 - IM Saduakassova, Dinara 2412 .5
    0B WFM Nguyen, Thu Giang 2119 - IM Dauletova, Gulmira 2184 1
    0W Asaka, Samuel 2254 - IM Zhalmakhanov, Ramazan 2464 1
    0B Middleton, Jody 1850 - WFM Kamalidenova, Meruert 1987 1
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    Rd. 8 - Australia goes down 4-2 to Mongolia.

    Again Australia was strong on Boards 1 and 2 with Zong Yuan Zhao once again proving his London system is a force to be reckoned with. Moulthun Ly won a fine game with the black pieces for his second win in a row. In the final round, we'll play Indonesia in the division 2 rematch. Indonesia have way outperformed their rating average in this event and will be looking to get into the top 3 or 4 spots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackRodgers View Post
    Rd. 8 - Australia goes down 4-2 to Mongolia.

    Again Australia was strong on Boards 1 and 2 with Zong Yuan Zhao once again proving his London system is a force to be reckoned with. Moulthun Ly won a fine game with the black pieces for his second win in a row. In the final round, we'll play Indonesia in the division 2 rematch. Indonesia have way outperformed their rating average in this event and will be looking to get into the top 3 or 4 spots!

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    ZYZ's first game with the London:
    - *stream groans*
    - *ZYZ sacs queen*
    - *stream cheers*

    ZYZ's second game with the London:
    - *stream cheers*
    - *ZYZ wins again*
    - *stream cheers louder*

    The stream wants more London's now!
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    Having trouble finding the games. Is there a link to the games themselves somewhere.???

    Good job Zong Yuan on using the London a la Kamsky (and others)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAHAHAHA View Post
    Having trouble finding the games. Is there a link to the games themselves somewhere.???
    Chess-results has a link:

    http://chess-results.com/tnr577516.aspx?lan=1

    They would also be on TWIC.

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    The Russian Media is portraying winning of the Ollympiad as a ''great victory''.... .
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelBaron View Post
    The Russian Media is portraying winning of the Ollympiad as a ''great victory''.... .
    Yes, it was fantastic victory.Russian team won 15 matches in a row! By the way not only the Russian media reported about very deserving win for Team Russia.Please see the report from the Australian SBS Radio outlet https://www.sbs.com.au/language/russ...rilliant-style

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leonid Sandler View Post
    Yes, it was fantastic victory.Russian team won 15 matches in a row! By the way not only the Russian media reported about very deserving win for Team Russia.Please see the report from the Australian SBS Radio outlet https://www.sbs.com.au/language/russ...rilliant-style

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