Posts Tagged ‘Team’

1st Online Chess Olympiad Division 1 Pool A, Chess.com 2020

How would Indonesian chess fare among the world élite? If this event is any good as a benchmark, with a pinch of salt, then the answer is not too shabby. Indonesia finished at 7th in the 1st Online Chess Olympiad 2020 Division 1 Pool A. The team lost 4 times, drew twice, and won thrice. Far from spectacular but enough to cement Indonesia’s place alongside the other established members of the top division.

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1st Online Chess Olympiad Division 2 Pool A, Chess.com 2020

Despite suffering three losses from nine rounds Indonesia successfully promoted to the first division. Indonesia’s fate was decided in the last round with a convincing victory over Bangladesh, 5.5-0.5. The victory brought the MP collected by Indonesia to 12. Meanwhile, Australia, which was Indonesia’s rival, lost to Belarus by 2.5-3.5. That meant the Kangaroo country was stuck at 11 MP.

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4th Semarang-Djokdja Match, Semarang 1923

The 4th in a series of chess matches between two cities, Semarang and Djokdja (Yogyakarta), took place on 24-25th August 1923 at the Jansen Hotel, Semarang, Central Java. The host, which trailed by 4 points at the start of the match, turned the tables to win the overall series 53.5-50.5. Semarang proved that they were the more balanced team although Djokdja had the multiple Java Kampioen Jan Bleijkmans on the 1st board.

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Pre-20th PON Java Zonal, Cilacap 2019

The qualification phase for individual and team events of the 20th PON was split into 5 zonals: Sumatra, Java, Bali-Borneo, Celebes, and Eastern Indonesia. The Java zonal qualification took place at the city of Cilacap, Central Java. This zonal was undoubtedly the most competitive zonal of all with star studded participants such as teams from West Java, DKI Jakarta, and East Java.

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26th SEA Games, Palembang 2011

Vietnam is developing to be the next chess powerhouse alongside China and India. Their undeniable domination in the 26th SEA Games 2011 at Palembang, Indonesia, is just another proof. Vietnam seized 6 gold medals of possible 9. The rest of golds was shared equally by Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand.

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17th Asian Cities Team Championship, Jakarta 2011

Twenty four cities from seventeen countries participated in this event. Total players was 116 with 18 GMs, 2 WGMs, 11 IMs, and 1 WIM. GM Wesley Barbasa So (2667), GM Yú Yāngyī (2652), GM Lǐ Chāo (2646), GM Murtas Kazhgaleyev (2618), and GM Ehsan Ghaem Maghami (2606) were the top rated players.

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East Java Provincial Team Championship, Probolinggo 1981

Eight teams from cities/regencies of East Java province battled for Percasi Cup. As predicted Surabaya team won the cup. The only team who gave them a fierce challenge was Jember. Surabaya performance was highly boosted by their third board player, Machfud. Machfud excelled from the rest of pack by scoring 100%.

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