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  #26  
Old October 20, 2004, 01:21 AM
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Nasif, just to add to my chess story. He then went ahead and beat me and a friend playing us simultaneously while blindfolded. This was during my early college days when Niaz was just finishing hgh-school. I moved on to Bridge as I could not afford the amount of time I needed to spend on Chess to become competitive.

This was during the days of when the also rans after Niaz were Younus Hassan, Rezaul Haq, Rezaul Haq and Jamilur Rahman. If memory serves my right, Younus was our first FIDE rated player.
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Old October 20, 2004, 07:11 AM
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I hope Bangladesh will do well there.
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Old October 20, 2004, 10:49 AM
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So far a draw in board #4.

1 GM Korchnoi Viktor 2601 - GM Rahman Ziaur 2535
2 GM Gallagher Joseph G 2543 - IM Reefat Bin-Sattar 2462
3 GM Jenni Florian 2503 - IM Abdulla Al-Rakib 2474
4 FM Papa Severin 2411 - IM Hossain Enamul 2413 1/2
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Old October 20, 2004, 11:04 AM
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Oneday, may be on weekend I'll hear details of your story, Dr. Z.

Its not a joke to defeat Niaz, you know.

BTW, anyone play the MSN Zone chess?
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Old October 20, 2004, 11:45 AM
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So far a draw in board #4.

1 GM Korchnoi Viktor 2601 - GM Rahman Ziaur 2535
2 GM Gallagher Joseph G 2543 - IM Reefat Bin-Sattar 2462
3 GM Jenni Florian 2503 - IM Abdulla Al-Rakib 2474
4 FM Papa Severin 2411 - IM Hossain Enamul 2413 1/2
Reefat and Rakib lost their respective games. I was hoping for a Rakib upset given the rating disparity isn't too much. Zia is still battling with ex-world champ Korchnoi.
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Old October 20, 2004, 11:49 AM
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BD lost the game by 3-1. Zia drew with Korchnoi.

Edited on, October 20, 2004, 5:14 PM GMT, by sports_fan_bd.
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Old October 20, 2004, 05:06 PM
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Oneday, may be on weekend I'll hear details of your story, Dr. Z.

Its not a joke to defeat Niaz, you know.

BTW, anyone play the MSN Zone chess?
Out of the free servers, I play at msn, pogo and yahoo. Also paying member at ICC and Playchess. Msn zone's interface sucks though.
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Old October 21, 2004, 08:43 AM
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http://www.36chessolympiad.com/clasi....php?idioma=en

Does anyone know how Wtgs (weightings, I guess) work out ?

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Ignore this post. It is mentioned in the rules section.

Edited on, October 21, 2004, 1:47 PM GMT, by Tintin.
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Old October 21, 2004, 11:54 AM
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Default Sweet revenge!

Considering the fact that our boys are going to lose the first Test (if our batters dont make a miracle) against New Zealand, our chess girls had something different in mind while playing against Kiwi girls yesterday. Rani hamid and Parveen Seyda Shabana drew with Charmova Evgenia and Maroroa Sue when Sultana Zakia convincingly outplayed Courtney Helen to seal the overall victory against New Zealand Well done, Zakia!

Bangladesh 2 : New zealand 1

Charmova Evgenia 2047 - WIM Hamid Rani 2164 -
Maroroa Sue 0 - WFM Parveen Seyda Shabana 2139 -
Courtney Helen 2050 - WFM Sultana Zakia 2056 0 - 1

Edited on, October 29, 2004, 6:04 AM GMT, by Navarene.
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Old October 22, 2004, 02:51 PM
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Bangladesh beat Austria in 7th round of the chess olympiad.

Bo. 47 Bangladesh Rtg - 55 Austria Rtg 2:1
1 GM Rahman Ziaur 2535 - IM Volkmann Friedrich 2454 -
2 IM Reefat Bin-Sattar 2462 - IM Neubauer Martin 2440 -
3 IM Abdulla Al-Rakib 2474 - IM Danner Georg 2436 1 - 0
4 IM Hossain Enamul 2413 - IM Lehner Oliver 2420 -
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Old October 22, 2004, 02:54 PM
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Bangladesh women team also won today.

Bo. 77 Guatemala Rtg - 54 Bangladesh Rtg :2
1 Mazariegos Silvia Carolina 0 - WIM Hamid Rani 2164 0 - 1
2 Monterroso Karla Vanessa 0 - WFM Sultana Zakia 2056 0 - 1
3 Castillo Dina Lisette 2043 - Khan Nazrana 1997 -
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Old October 23, 2004, 04:13 AM
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Considering the fact that our boys are going to lose the first Test (if our batters dont make a miracle) against New Zealand, our chess girls had something different in mind while playing against Kiwi girls yesterday. Rani hamid and Parveen Seyda Shabana drew with Charmova Evgenia and Maroroa Sue when Sultana Zakia convincingly outplayed Courtney Helen to seal the overall victory against New Zealand Well done, Zakia!

Bangladesh 2 : New zealand 1

Charmova Evgenia 2047 - WIM Hamid Rani 2164 -
Maroroa Sue 0 - WFM Parveen Seyda Shabana 2139 -
Courtney Helen 2050 - WFM Sultana Zakia 2056 0 - 1
Nice to see BD beating NZ in something.
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Old October 23, 2004, 12:26 PM
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BD beat Tajikistan today. Rating wise we should do better than this.

Bo. 47 Bangladesh Rtg - 83 Tajikistan Rtg 2.5-1.5
1 IM Reefat Bin-Sattar 2462 - IM Khamdamov Suhrob 2150 1-0
2 IM Abdulla Al-Rakib 2474 - IM Isaev Jamshed 2424 1/2
3 IM Hossain Enamul 2413 - Khouseinov Rashid 2343 1/2
4 FM Ahmed Sk Nasir 2359 - Ziyaev Negmat 2295 1/2
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Old October 24, 2004, 11:35 AM
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Did someone watch Anand-Morozevich that has just finished? The best game so far I have seen in this tourny! Amazing the way Anand outplayed Moro! It was a gem to watch.
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Old October 25, 2004, 09:15 AM
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Quote:
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Did someone watch Anand-Morozevich that has just finished? The best game so far I have seen in this tourny! Amazing the way Anand outplayed Moro! It was a gem to watch.
Just looked at it; you are right - a gem of a game.

As for Bangladesh, they lost to Italy (2.5-1.5) in round 9 where most pairs were close in rating.

Bo. 50 Italy Rtg - 47 Bangladesh Rtg 2.5-1.5
1 GM Godena Michele 2550 - GM Rahman Ziaur 2535 1/2
2 IM Braga Fernando 2465 - IM Reefat Bin-Sattar 2462 1-0
3 IM D"Amore Carlo 2448 - IM Abdulla Al-Rakib 2474 1/2
4 IM Borgo Giulio 2388 - FM Ahmed Sk Nasir 2359 1/2

Bangladesh is playing Spain C in round 10. They should win this one based on ratings.

Bo. 47 Bangladesh Rtg - 78 Spain C Rtg
1 GM Rahman Ziaur 2535 - GM Del Rio Angelis Salvador G 2491
2 IM Reefat Bin-Sattar 2462 - FM Mascaro March Pedro 2323
3 IM Abdulla Al-Rakib 2474 - FM Galiana Juan Ramon 2257
4 IM Hossain Enamul 2413 - Ducros Salva Antonio 2204
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Old October 26, 2004, 02:30 PM
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Our chess team may still have the reason to soothe our wretched mind after day 1 of 2nd Test:

Round 10:

Bangladesh drew with Spain C

GM Rahman Ziaur 2535 - GM Del Rio Salvador G 2491 -

IM Reefat Bin-Sattar 2462 - FM Mascaro Pedro 2323 -

IM Abdulla Al-Rakib 2474 - FM Galiana Juan Ramon 2257 1-0

IM Hossain Enamul 2413 - Ducros Salva Antonio 2204 0 - 1

Round 11

Bangladesh beat Mongolia 3:1

GM Sharavdorj Dashzeveg 2466 - IM Reefat Bin-Sattar 2462 0-1

GM Hatanbaatar Bazar 2427 - IM Abdulla Al-Rakib 2474 1-0

FM Erhembayar Duurenbayar 2332 - IM Hossain Enamul 2413 0-1

FM Byambaa Zulzaga 2299 - FM Ahmed Sk Nasir 2359 0-1
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Old October 26, 2004, 04:08 PM
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How does time work in international chess tournament?
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Old October 26, 2004, 05:55 PM
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How does time work in international chess tournament?
FIDE has slightly different time controls for different types of tournaments.

For the Olympiad:

The time limit is 40 moves in 100 minutes, then 20 moves in 50 minutes and finally 10 minutes for all remaining moves. From move 1 30 seconds will be added after each move.

Thus there are no adjournments in these tournaments.
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Old October 26, 2004, 06:18 PM
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Zunaid bhai, I think that the time control is different from what you have mentioned above in this chess olympiad.

Time control

"8.1 The time control is all the moves in 90 minutes with an increment of 30 seconds per move starting from the first move."

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Old October 26, 2004, 06:37 PM
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Zunaid bhai, I think that the time control is different from what you have mentioned above in this chess olympiad.

Time control

"8.1 The time control is all the moves in 90 minutes with an increment of 30 seconds per move starting from the first move."

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The Chess olympiad has different time controls from the FIDE site.

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8.5

Time control

The time limit is 40 moves in 100 minutes, then 20 moves in 50 minutes and finally 10 minutes for all remaining moves. From move 1 30 seconds will be added after each move. The games shall be played using the DGT clocks.

I guess they adopted a different version. Interesting.

Edited on, October 26, 2004, 11:38 PM GMT, by Zunaid.
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Old October 28, 2004, 06:44 AM
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With just two rounds left, Ukraine(34.5) among men and China (27) among women have almost sealed their titles. Ukraine is 3.5 points clear of their nearest rivals whereas China is 3 points clear of their nearest rivals.

Standings after 12 rounds:

Men:
1. Ukraine 34.5
2. Russia 31.0
3. Armenia 31.0
4. Israel 30.5
5. Cuba 30.0
6. US 29.5
7. India 29.0
8. Georgia 29
9. Bulgaria 28.5
10. Poland 28.5

Women:

1. China 27
2. US 24
3. Georgia 24
4. Russia 23.5
5. France 23
6. India 22.5
7. Hungary 22
8. England 22
9. Slovakia 22
10. Poland 21.5
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Old October 28, 2004, 06:48 AM
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(same post twice)

Edited on, October 28, 2004, 11:53 AM GMT, by cricketfan.
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Old October 28, 2004, 07:10 AM
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India screwed up badly in the 9th and 11th rounds to lose to Cuba and Israel. Even the defeat against Russia could have been avoided. Hopefully, we'll still finish in top 5
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Old October 28, 2004, 07:10 AM
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Wheres Bangladesh in both of these standings.
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Old October 28, 2004, 04:17 PM
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Wheres Bangladesh in both of these standings.
After round 13:

Bangladesh men's and women's team are ranked 59 and 67 respectively.

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