Philippines vs. Nigeria; Round 3 – Baku 2016 Chess Olympiad (Open)

Did you know that GM Torre, who’s playing his record 23rd Olympiad, is 3-0 so far?

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It was third straight win for GM Eugenio Torre on his stint so far in Baku 2016 Chess Olympiad, as the Philippines beat Nigeria (3-1) in Round 3.

On the 4th board, however, IM Paulo Bersamino wasn’t successful in holding his game against the much lower rated player, CM Adeyinka Adesina.

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In Round 4, Philippines (53rd seed) will be up against the 70th seed, Costa Rica.

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