1. Donationketchuplover
    G.O.A.T.
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    25 Sep '18 18:01
    In round 2 USA squeaked by Georgia3 2.5-1.5

    Hope your teams are fairing well.
  2. e4
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    25 Sep '18 18:18
    Only two rounds played so far here is the best place to get results so far and in the future.

    http://chess-results.com/tnr368908.aspx?lan=1&art=0&flag=30
  3. e4
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    25 Sep '18 19:452 edits
    This is what a Chess Olympiad all about.
    The little people have a wee moment in the sunshine.

    The lad from Antigua will be showing his mates this for years.

    I.Murara (Rwanda) - S.Smith (Antigua and Barbuda)

    White to play



    White played 21.Rf1
  4. e4
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    25 Sep '18 19:511 edit
    E. Giron (El Salvador) - T. Altaye {Ethiopia)

    White to play

  5. e4
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    28 Sep '18 01:061 edit
    From Round 4.

    Deng Cypriano Rehan (South Sudan) - Salim Aliyan Al Mashikhi (Oman)

    Black to play and find the only move that allows checkmate in one.


  6. Subscriber64squaresofpain
    The drunk knight
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    28 Sep '18 10:17
    Originally posted by @greenpawn34
    From Round 4.

    Deng Cypriano Rehan (South Sudan) - Salim Aliyan Al Mashikhi (Oman)

    Black to play and find the only move that allows checkmate in one.


    [fen]2q4k/4Qpbp/3p1np1/p7/8/6P1/5P1P/B4BK1 b - - 0 29[/fen]
    Reveal Hidden Content
    Ne8


    Did Black actually play this?
    If so, it's both sad and hilarious at the same time.
  7. e4
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    28 Sep '18 16:58
    Yes this did happen.

    "If so, it's both sad and hilarious at the same time."

    Also instructive. and a strong sigh of relief...I could have done that.
  8. e4
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    01 Oct '18 00:19
    M. Hemam - G. Berardi Olympiad Round 6.

    White to play and mate in three.


    Slightly (very slightly) marred by the fact there are 2 solutions.
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