Monday, September 27, 2010

2010 Chess Olympiad (Part 13)

Based on the games/results from the official website of the World Chess Olympiad, Malaysia has won convincingly 4-0 over San Marino, the 118th seed, in the sixth round. The win is very critical to climb back the ladder. So, how's the individual performance for the Malaysian men players thus after Round 6?

On the top board, IM Mas has not lose so far. He scores 4.5/6 after 3 wins and 3 draws. On the second board, IM Mok has accumulated 2.5/6 points after 2+1=3- (what formula is this eh?, actually + means win, = means draw and - means defeat). While NM Khai Boon or simply TKB, on the third board, gets 2/6 points. He won a game, drew two games and lose three games (isn't it 123?). Meanwhile, on the last board, FM Peter managed to score 3.5/6 points. 123 also but 1 lose, 2 wins and 3 draws. After six rounds, Malaysia scores 5 match points from 2 wins, 1 draw and 2 defeats.

Mas checkmated his opponent after 31st move.

Mok's opponent resigned when queening is unstoppable.

TKB won when his opponent lost due time trouble.

FM Peter had his opponent resigned after 33 moves.

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