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🏆 Chess Olympiad (2014)

  PARTICIPANTS (sorted by highest achieved rating; click on name to see player's games)
Magnus Carlsen, Fabiano Caruana, Levon Aronian, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, Vladimir Kramnik, Veselin Topalov, Hikaru Nakamura, Shakhriyar Mamedyarov, Ding Liren, Alexander Grischuk, Anish Giri, Teimour Radjabov, Sergey Karjakin, Vassily Ivanchuk, Ian Nepomniachtchi, Boris Gelfand, Peter Svidler, Ruslan Ponomariov, Leinier Dominguez Perez, Pavel Eljanov, Peter Leko, Gata Kamsky, Yu Yangyi, Michael Adams, Richard Rapport, Wang Yue, Alexey Shirov, Wei Yi, Jan-Krzysztof Duda, David Navara, Sergei Movsesian, Radoslaw Wojtaszek, Etienne Bacrot, Le Quang Liem, Arkadij Naiditsch, Judit Polgar, Baadur Aleksandrovich Jobava, Victor Bologan, Samuel Shankland, Alexander Moiseenko, Zoltan Almasi, Francisco Vallejo Pons, Ni Hua, Anton Korobov, Krishnan Sasikiran, Laurent Fressinet, Lazaro Bruzon Batista, Rustam Kasimdzhanov, Loek van Wely, Vladimir Akopian, Ivan Cheparinov, Nigel Short, David Howell, Sergei Zhigalko, Maxim Rodshtein, Alexander Beliavsky, Rauf Mamedov, Liviu Dieter Nisipeanu, Viktor Laznicka, David Anton Guijarro, Emil Davidovich Sutovsky, Romain Edouard, Igor Viktorovich Kovalenko, Ilya Yulyevich Smirin, Gabriel Sargissian, Jon Ludvig Hammer, Alexander Onischuk, Markus Ragger, Bassem Amin, Sergei Tiviakov, Julio Ernesto Granda Zuniga, Eltaj Safarli, Matthew Sadler, Ivan Saric, Baskaran Adhiban, A R Saleh Salem, Nils Grandelius, Aleksej Aleksandrov, Mateusz Bartel, Gawain Jones, Vladislav Kovalev, Evgeny Postny, Eduardo Patricio Iturrizaga Bonelli, Robert Markus, Varuzhan Akobian, Vladislav Tkachiev, Csaba Balogh, Georg Meier, Parimarjan Negi, Daniel Fridman, Gadir Guseinov, Ivan Ivanisevic, Alexander Ipatov, Sandro Mareco, Anton Kovalyov, Jorge Cori, Bartosz Socko, Ngoc Truongson Nguyen, Luka Lenic, Mikhael Mchedlishvili plus 745 more players. Chess Event Description
Chess Olympiad (2014)

The 41st Chess Olympiad took place in Troms°, Norway and included some of the strongest players in the world.

Official site:
Wiki: Wikipedia article: 41st Chess Olympiad

Also see Chess Olympiad (Women) (2014)

 page 1 of 149; games 1-25 of 3,713  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Wei Yi vs W Lorenzana 1-0262014Chess OlympiadB41 Sicilian, Kan
2. R van Kampen vs J Ribera Bazan  1-0322014Chess OlympiadB30 Sicilian
3. S Garcia Fuentes vs Ni Hua  0-1682014Chess OlympiadB40 Sicilian
4. Alshouha Basil vs Grischuk 0-1162014Chess OlympiadB50 Sicilian
5. Mathias Allan Ssonko vs S Shankland  0-1332014Chess OlympiadB25 Sicilian, Closed
6. C Mwali vs R Edouard 0-1302014Chess OlympiadA15 English
7. Z Almasi vs K Bengherabi 1-0172014Chess OlympiadE18 Queen's Indian, Old Main line, 7.Nc3
8. Judit Polgar vs Y Seddaoui 1-0292014Chess OlympiadC80 Ruy Lopez, Open
9. Kamsky vs E Emojong 1-0172014Chess OlympiadD02 Queen's Pawn Game
10. A Korobov vs M Boudriga 1-0302014Chess OlympiadD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
11. Z Amdouni vs Eljanov  0-1582014Chess OlympiadC28 Vienna Game
12. E Postny vs M Mamatov 1-0202014Chess OlympiadD43 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
13. S Mansour vs Karjakin  0-1472014Chess OlympiadD05 Queen's Pawn Game
14. G Meier vs Akar Ali Salih Salih 1-0322014Chess OlympiadB07 Pirc
15. B Socko vs J Simoes  1-0342014Chess OlympiadC10 French
16. I Cheparinov vs L Arias 1-0262014Chess OlympiadD15 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
17. D Arias vs V Iotov  0-1342014Chess OlympiadB47 Sicilian, Taimanov (Bastrikov) Variation
18. K Rusev vs C Burgos Figueroa  1-0372014Chess OlympiadA44 Old Benoni Defense
19. B Lalith vs W Al-Tarbosh  1-0312014Chess OlympiadD17 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
20. B Olape vs Jobava 0-1522014Chess OlympiadB27 Sicilian
21. O Ajibowo vs L Pantsulaia 0-1192014Chess OlympiadB28 Sicilian, O'Kelly Variation
22. O de la Riva Aguado vs A Giri 0-1262014Chess OlympiadB31 Sicilian, Rossolimo Variation
23. Svidler vs B Samhouri 1-0332014Chess OlympiadB45 Sicilian, Taimanov
24. I Nepomniachtchi vs F Mohannad 1-0482014Chess OlympiadA49 King's Indian, Fianchetto without c4
25. Ponomariov vs A Zaibi 1-0352014Chess OlympiadA13 English
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  ketchuplover: Bahamas ended 40 places above its seeding
Aug-16-14  waustad: <Riverbeast: China came close to doing that....The Russian women fended them off this time, but four years from now who knows?> They play the chess olympiad every 2 years. Here is an enormous amount of information on team play:
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  cro777: "FIDE regrets to announce the deaths of Olympiad players Kurt Meier and Alisher Anarkulov in Tromso on 14th August. FIDE offers its condolences to their families and friends."

Kurt Meier aged 67, originally from Switzerland, played on board 2 for the Seychelles team. His son Peter played on board 1 and his wife Flora (a Seychellois national) played in the Women section.

Alisher Anarkulov aged 46 from Uzbekistan played on Board 4 for the International Chess Committee of the Deaf (ICCD) team. He was vice world champion among athletes with disabilities of hearing.

Aug-16-14  waustad: <ketchuplover: Bahamas ended 40 places above its seeding> Having an unrated player on board one who actually scores soemthing will do that. He beat an 1845 player and in the last 3 rounds got 2/3 against three players rated over 2000. We always need to remember that unrated doesn't necessarily mean guppy.
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  Sokrates: Congratulations to China. A colossal achievement and, as said, a fine result considering China's history in world chess. India's result is also remarkable, whereas it's no surprise that countries from the old Soviet Union are that good. Nevertheless, it's also worth noting that even the highest rated Chinese player (Ding Liren) is only no. 15 on the live rating list. So it's not because they have the highest rated players, but rather the most homogenetic team. Well done.
Aug-17-14  Dr. Overlord: <Sokrates So it's not because they have the highest rated players, but rather the most homogenetic team. Well done.>

Are they genetic homos? Too much information Sokrates, I don't care WHO they sleep with - they play good chess! AHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Oh well..too much vodka, sorry..

Aug-17-14  Dr. Overlord: <Sokrates> You see, some good folks here think that Dr. Overlord stands for Doctor Overlord but in reality it stands for Drunk Overlord...OK, point made..
Aug-17-14  schweigzwang: Oh, that way many more of us can be Dr.'s!
Aug-18-14  M.Hassan: Where can we find the final standings for all the participating countries? Appreciate if posted.
Aug-18-14  Olavi:
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  Sokrates: <Dr. Overlord> LOL. I was too lazy to look the word up in my dictionary. It should have been homogeneous, of course. Lesson learnt! :-) Vodka, btw, is probably the only strong liquid, I practically never drink. I'm a cocktail enthusiast, but I only fancy vodka in a Bloody Mary. White rum and gin are my favourite basic mixers.
Aug-18-14  vkk: OK is anyone having this issue?

im looking at any GMs page, and trying to click on an opening that they play and its not letting me look at their games?

Aug-18-14  vkk: For example, go to the karpov page

click on nimzo indian

and you get a no games found page

this isnt just the karpov page it appears to be every page

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  Sally Simpson: Some kind of 'glich' or maybe they are workig the site.

I just selected Karpov from the scroll down menu on the first page and was greeted with:

"Sorry, no games at this time.
You may wish to visit the home page and try a different search."

I tries again and again then I finaly got the Karpov page with games. Then tried again and got the same message.

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  WannaBe: Isn't that better reported here: chessforum than Olympiad page?
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  Sally Simpson: No, I hate telling tales.

You do it.

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  perfidious: <jphamlore....This game seems almost like Kramnik's final swan song at the very top, with his playing as White his beloved Catalan in a near perfect game one last time.>

You mean, as opposed to his last but one swan song, or maybe two or three swan songs before that?

Aug-28-14  Absentee: I would never have suspected Kramnik was a furry.
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  Penguincw: 2 months after the event, and the bills are still being paid:

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  MissScarlett: How likely is that Armenia will miss the next Olympiad in Baku in 2016 due to political conflict?
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  whiteshark: Here's a phantastic <Troms÷ Olympiad 2014> photo album <Gens una sumus>
Feb-21-16  PhilFeeley: I was looking at some of these photos, and some of them had the caption of "tiebreak". I don't quite understand. Why was a tiebreak game used? It seems there were tiebreak games in each round, but again, I don't understand. I don't remember ever seeing a tiebreak round for any reason. I can maybe understand for the final round, but not the previous ones. Can someone explain this?
Feb-21-16  sonia91: <PhilFeeley> "Game 1", "Game 2", "Tiebreak" are about World Cup 2013, also held in Tromso
Mar-06-16  Hawkman: If countries were allowed to bring 9 players to the Olympiad, who could compete with this team?

2 Kramnik 2801.0 0.0 2799.0 2831.2 40
13 Karjakin 2760.0 0.0 2818.0 2801.0 26
16 Svidler 2757.0 0.0 2733.0 2754.0 39
17 Grischuk 2752.0 0.0 2760.0 2851.0 32
21 Andreikin 2732.0 0.0 2757.0 2759.0 26
23 Jakovenko 2731.0 0.0 2699.0 2640.0 32
27 ↑1 Tomashevsky 2722.0 0.0 2710.0 2793.4 28 28 ↑1 Vitiugov 2721.0 0.0 2676.6 2716.8 29 39 ↑2 Nepomniachtchi

Mar-16-16  AzingaBonzer: <Hawkman>Try this one:

1. Ding Liren (2777, World #9)
2. Li Chao (2757, World #15)
3. Yu Yangyi (2738, World #19)
4. Bu Xiangzhi (2724, World #27)
5. Wang Yue (2718, World #31)
6. Wang Hao (2717, World #32)
7. Wei Yi (2714, World #33)
8. Ni Hua (2691, World #49)
9. Hou Yifan (2667, World #73)

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