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China wins Olympiad

Chess Piece -- Bobby Ang: Leading Standings after 10 (of 11) rounds 1 China (Wang Yue 4/9, Ding Liren 7.5/10, Yu Yangyi 9.5/11, Ni Hua 6.5/9, Wei Yi 4/5), 19/22 2-5 Hungary (Peter Leko 5/10, Csaba Balogh 7/9, Zoltan Almasi 7/10, Richard Rapport ... Business World, 1 week ago

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64: China is number 1

00:00 By Zaldy Dandan - editor@mvariety.com AGAINST the tough Polish team in the 11th and last round, China didn't choke and instead scored a convincing 3-1 victory to clinch the gold in Tromso, Norway. It was the first time that an Asian ...
 Marianas Variety1 week ago

Olympiad Underlines China's Rising Power; Russia Slump

CHENNAI: China took a giant leap by winning the Open section at the 41st Chess Olympiad in Norway. Their men dominated the tournament, remaining undefeated, to win by two points. The seventh seeds lost only a single game in 11 rounds to show their ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago 41st Chess Olympiad, Tromso, Norway  Business World2 weeks ago Chess (#1104)  Business Standard India1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Making the right move

R S Raghavan By fielding strongman Krishnan Sasikiran on the third board, India go on to write history in Chess Olympiad. India's tactic of fielding their strongest player - Krishnan Sasikiran - on the third board helped the team conjure up a ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago

Chess (#1109)

China took gold (19 points from 22) and India took bronze (17) in an excellent Olympiad for the two Asian giants. India tied for 2nd-5th and narrowly missed silver on a tie-break, being pipped by Hungary (17 points). It was shocking that Russia ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

One to go

Chess Piece -- Bobby Ang: Leading Standings after 10 (of 11) rounds 1. China, 17/20 2. Hungary, 16/20 3-10. France, Ukraine, Russia, USA, Uzbekistan, India, Azerbaijan, Poland, 15/20 11-22. Cuba, Spain, Croatia, Armenia, Bulgaria, Czech ...
 Business World2 weeks ago
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