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Old November 21st 11, 09:21 AM posted to,,soc.culture.china,,alt.chess
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Default Vietnamese player in upset loss in World Championship of Chinese chess

The first major upset has occurred in the World Championship of
Chinese chess. The Viewnamese player NGUYEN Thanh Bao lost to ں WOO
Tsung Han of Singapore.

This is a big upset because the Vietnamese are considered almost the
equals of the Chinese in Chinese chess. Vietnam and China are in
general far stronger than the other countries.

In this event, China is represented by XU YinChuan and JIANG
Chuan . Both of them have won both of their games thus far.

Sam Sloan
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