Georgia, Hungary & Armenia Lead Olympiad

Georgia, Hungary & Armenia Lead Olympiad

SonofPearl
SonofPearl
Sep 26, 2010, 8:28 AM |
21 | Chess Event Coverage

chess-olympiad-2010-logo.jpgAfter round five of the 39th Chess Olympiad in Khanty-Mansiysk, just three countries are left that have won all their matches so far.

Hungary beat Russia 1, Armenia beat Russia 2 and Georgia crushed Vietnam in crucial matches in the Open event.

There was better news for Russia in the women's event as they beat China in a hard-fought encounter.

The top standings in the Open event:

Seed  Team W D L TB1 TB2
20  Georgia 5 0 0 10 87.5
5  Hungary 5 0 0 10 78.5
6  Armenia 5 0 0 10 76.0
2  Ukraine 4 1 0 9 70.0
13  Netherlands 4 1 0 9 69.5
4  Russia 2 4 0 1 8 84.0
17  Czech Republic 4 0 1 8 81.5
1  Russia 1 4 0 1 8 81.0
7  Azerbaijan 4 0 1 8 74.5
9  USA 4 0 1 8 71.0
27  Vietnam 4 0 1 8 68.0
14  Russia 3 4 0 1 8 65.0
15  Poland 3 2 0 8 63.0
19  India 4 0 1 8 58.5
48  Estonia 4 0 1 8 48.5

 

The top standings in the women's event:

Seed  Team W D L TB1 TB2
3  Ukraine 5 0 0 10 85.0
1  Russia 1 5 0 0 10 81.0
6  USA 4 1 0 9 77.5
9  Hungary 4 1 0 9 76.5
4  Georgia 4 0 1 8 77.0
2  China 4 0 1 8 76.0
10  Poland 4 0 1 8 75.0
8  India 4 0 1 8 75.0
36  Russia 3 4 0 1 8 69.0
17  Serbia 4 0 1 8 69.0
7  Armenia 4 0 1 8 68.5

 

 

 

 

 

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