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Bled Olympiad (2002)

Player: Luke McShane

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. L Lenic vs McShane  0-1282002Bled OlympiadA07 King's Indian Attack
2. McShane vs D Zagorskis  ½-½402002Bled OlympiadB50 Sicilian
3. McShane vs M Paragua ½-½432002Bled OlympiadB50 Sicilian
4. McShane vs T Thorhallsson  1-0442002Bled OlympiadC02 French, Advance
5. McShane vs C Salas Arros  1-0452002Bled OlympiadB50 Sicilian
6. Eingorn vs McShane  ½-½352002Bled OlympiadA15 English
7. J Arizmendi Martinez vs McShane  ½-½222002Bled OlympiadB30 Sicilian
8. S Azarov vs McShane  1-0332002Bled OlympiadB33 Sicilian
9. McShane vs Z Almasi  ½-½382002Bled OlympiadC91 Ruy Lopez, Closed
10. McShane vs T Markowski  ½-½942002Bled OlympiadB40 Sicilian
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jan-04-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  notyetagm: Kasparov's last Olympiad, and a great one it was for the Boss, <+6 =3 -0>, which I think is a 2900(!)-performance.

Bled Olympiad (2002)/Garry Kasparov

Jan-04-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: ... but that's it. :D
Sep-21-15  Abdooss: Individual medals
Performance rating: Russia Garry Kasparov 2933
Board 1: Zimbabwe Robert Gwaze 9 / 9 = 100.0%
Board 2: Monaco Jean-Philippe Gentilleau 7 / 9 = 77.8% Board 3: Indonesia Cerdas Barus 8 / 10 = 85.0%
Board 4: Brunei Maher Ayyad 8 / 10 = 80.0%
1st reserve: United Arab Emirates Jassim Saleh 6 / 7 = 92.9% 2nd reserve: Republic of Ireland Sam Collins 7 / 8 = 93.8% Gwaze is one of two players to have recorded the "highest" perfect score at an Olympiad with 9 points in 9 games (the other was Alexander Alekhine in 1930). <source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/35th_... >
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