China Wins Classic Chess Gold in Macau Asian Indoor Games Print
Tuesday, 30 October 2007 00:00
China won the gold medal in the classic chess mixed team event of the 2nd Asian Indoor Games in Macau with 11 match points. India won the silver with 9 match points followed by Vietnam with 8 match points and 16.5 game points for the bronze. In photo, Asian Chess Federation president Sheikh Sultan bin Khalifah Al Nahyan awards medals to the winners. See chess results. Visit the MAIGOC site. Download games at the Asian Chess Federation site. 21 teams are competing for six more gold medals in classical chess team/individual and blitz team/individual. . China won the gold medal in the classic chess mixed team event of the 2nd Asian Indoor Games in Macau with 11 match points. India won the silver with 9 match points followed by Vietnam with 8 match points and 16.5 game points for the bronze. See chess results. Visit the MAIGOC site. Download games at the Asian Chess Federation site. 21 teams are competing for six more gold medals in classical chess individual and blitz team/individual.


Asian Chess Federation president Sheikh Sultan bin Khalifah Al Nahyan awards medals to the winning Chinese team, from left: Zhao Xue, Xu Yuhua, Hou Yifan, Wang Hao (partially covered), Ni Hua and Bu Xiangzhi.

Final Team standing

  Rank Team          MP  Pts.
Gold   China         11  18.5
Silver India         9   16.5
Bronze Vietnam       8   16.5
   4   Malaysia      8   16
   5   Kazakhstan    8   14.5
   5   Indonesia     8   14.5
   7   Philippines   7   12.5
   8   Mongolia      6   15
   9   Iran          6   13.5
  10   Iraq          6   11.5
  11   Jordan        6    9
  12   Qatar         5   12
  13   Japan         5   11
  14   Macau         5   10
  15   Bahrain       5    8.5
  16   Singapore     3    7.5
  17   Afghanistan   3    7
  18   Pakistan      3    6.5
  19   Chinese Taipe 2    6
  20   Nepal         2    5.5
  21   Maldives      1    2
 
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