Chess Olympiad: Georgian Women Tough to Catch up with

Bled, 4 November - In the women's part of this year's Chess Olympiad, Georgia completely wiped out Romania in the ninth round on Monday. The 3:0 score secured the second-seeded team one whole match or a three-point advantage over the second-ranked China, who currently hold 19 points. China, with world champion Xie Chen on board one, moved up as they crushed Vietnam 2.5:0.5 in today's match.

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