Live broadcasting started on 11/11/2013 15:29 and was finished on 25/11/2013 23:35
Welcome Everybody on this nice,sunny day from Warsaw. Round 5 is starting in a few moments. If one looks at the pairings in The Open Section there couple of unexpected teams playing at the top boards like Greece, Belarus or Romania. Meanwhile such mights as Russia and Armenia are much further at the moment. Of course there is still plenty of time to fight back!
Thank You All the Chessfriends for being with us at round 4. The tournament is entering second half and the decisive phase. Is the leading French team going to stay ahead of the pack? Be with us today to get all the latest action from playing venue in Warsaw.
End of the Round in the Woman Section. It was a good day for home teams. There is however plenty of play ahead and many teams still counting for medals.
Poland III miraculously saves the draw against Spain thanks to Joanna Worek.
Marta Michna well done! Gets the win for Germany.
Strong woman teams of Ukraine, Russia and Georgia collect wins in round 4. All the tough matches to come!
Iweta Rajlich gave Poland much desired lead
France wins and gets the lead in Open Section.
Poland women team is winning an tomorrow will most likely play with Ukraine.
Classical teoretical endgame in Michna-Bathovskyte. Rook h+f vs rook .In practice white often win those spots. Marta is going to play to the very end and get the win in the match for Germany.
Monika Socko is a strong member of Poland team
Domestic team of Poland is heading toward another lose. This is a depressing news for local fans.
Polish futures lost 4-0, but Anna Iwanow fough gretly to Alexandra Kosteniuk
Kursova is stubbornly doing her best to save the game. White is not without chance ever to scoop the point.
Greece is close to sensational win over Georgia! Kotronias however does not have an easy plan for a victory.
Muzychuk Mariya turned lost endgame into a winning one. It saves a win for Ukraine.
Russia beats Austria, however Ragger is still fighting for a win.
Israel drew to Croatia 2-2 though Nabaty lost on the first board.
13... Nd5? 14. Bxd5! Bxd5 15. e3 with piece up
Blunder of GM Gdanski
French Ladies lost second match in a row. Time to regroup!