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    5th Asian Men's Championships

    George Xie is Australia's rep in this, before going on to the World Juniors (Under 20)

    He had his first win yesterday.

    Round 1 George 0 - 1 GM R B Ramesh
    ROund 2 IM Morteza Mahjoob 1 - 0 George
    Round 3 George 1 - 0 Rishipal Singh (2299)

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    Xie beats Laxman.

    [Event "Asian Chess Championship 2005 Hyderabad"]
    [Site "?"]
    [Date "2005.10.09"]
    [Round "4"]
    [White "Laxman, RR."]
    [Black "Xie George, Wendie"]
    [Result "0-1"]
    [ECO "B30"]
    [WhiteElo "2404"]
    [BlackElo "2340"]
    [PlyCount "56"]
    [EventDate "2005.05.27"]
    [SourceDate "2005.11.17"]

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    Isnt there a Laxman on most chess servers- ICC and PlayChess?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Careth
    Isnt there a Laxman on most chess servers- ICC and PlayChess?
    Yes. That is him on ICC.

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    Laxman is a fairly common indian surname.

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    [Event "Asian Individual Chess 2005 Hyderabad"]
    [Site "?"]
    [Date "2005.10.10"]
    [Round "5"]
    [White "Ravi, Lanka"]
    [Black "Xie George, Wendi"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "D02"]
    [WhiteElo "2419"]
    [BlackElo "2340"]
    [PlyCount "87"]
    [EventDate "2005.10.10"]
    [SourceDate "2005.11.18"]

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    George won in round 6 with this nice game.

    Xie, George (2340) - Sengupta, Deep (2400) [D01]
    Asian Chess Championship 2005 Hyderabad (6), 12.10.2005

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    and yes Deep Sengupta is a IM from India and not a computer program as some might think
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    Anything above 50% against this field would be a good result ,hope George keeps up his winning ways for the last rounds.

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    George beats an IM with the Veresov! Rather weird line too. 4...h6 is not even mentioned in NCO. chessbase has nothing with 7...dxe4; I think after seeing the game that there might be a reason for that.
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    CC Grandmaster arosar's Avatar
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    Lost in 7th.

    [Event "Asian Chess Championship 2005 Hyderabad"]
    [Site "?"]
    [Date "2005.10.13"]
    [Round "7"]
    [White "Annaberdiev, Meilis"]
    [Black "Xie George Wendi"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "A46"]
    [WhiteElo "2431"]
    [BlackElo "2340"]
    [PlyCount "55"]
    [EventDate "2005.10.13"]
    [SourceDate "2005.11.21"]

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    Great win against a strong 2411 player. Xie now on 4/8. Next opponent is GM Taleb of UAE.

    [Event "Asian Chess Championship 2005 Hyderabad"]
    [Site "?"]
    [Date "2005.10.14"]
    [Round "8"]
    [White "Xie George Wendi"]
    [Black "Das, Arghyadip"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "B22"]
    [WhiteElo "2340"]
    [BlackElo "2411"]
    [PlyCount "91"]
    [EventDate "2005.10.13"]
    [SourceDate "2005.10.14"]

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    Xie

    Xie must be making some progress with his chess, as he studies very hard!
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    George is doing much better by white rather than by black against 2400+ field. I guess it is an argumet that Canterbury was in fact extremely advantaged by playing games away because George was playing white when the team was away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drug
    George is doing much better by white rather than by black against 2400+ field. I guess it is an argumet that Canterbury was in fact extremely advantaged by playing games away because George was playing white when the team was away.
    The Grade Matches have well and truly finished ... get over it!

    4/8 is a great result, particularly considering that apart from round 3, all George's opponents have been 2400+!
    Lets hope he can keep this form up fot the World Juniors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Stead
    The Grade Matches have well and truly finished ... get over it!

    4/8 is a great result, particularly considering that apart from round 3, all George's opponents have been 2400+!
    Lets hope he can keep this form up fot the World Juniors!
    Are you saying this as a council member or just as an individual?

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