Australasian Masters

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The Australian Masters is a chess tournament that has been held in Melbourne, Australia, annually since 1987. The tournament is an invitational event, normally run as a 10-player round-robin tournament. Since 2013 the tournament has become Australia's only round-robin Grandmaster tournament. A major sponsor of the tournament since its inception has been Eddy Levi (or his company Hallsten).

Winners[edit]

IM and GM norms[edit]

Since 2013, Grandmaster norms for performances above the 2600 level, have been available at the Australian Masters Championship thanks to the participation of foreign Grandmasters. International Master norms are also available at the Australian Masters tournament.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2001 Australian Masters FIDE Tournament Report
  2. ^ 2002 Australian Masters FIDE Tournament Report
  3. ^ 2003 Australian Masters FIDE Tournament Report
  4. ^ 2005 Australian Masters FIDE Tournament Report
  5. ^ 2006 Australian Masters FIDE Tournament Report
  6. ^ 2008 Australian Masters FIDE Tournament Report
  7. ^ 2009 Australasian Masters FIDE Tournament Report
  8. ^ 2010 Australasian Masters FIDE Tournament Report
  9. ^ 2011 Australasian Masters Results Archived April 10, 2013, at the Wayback Machine. Chess Victoria, retrieved Dec 2012
  10. ^ 2011 Australasian Masters FIDE Tournament Report
  11. ^ 2012 Australasian Masters Box Hill Chess Club, retrieved Dec 2012
  12. ^ 2012 Australasian Masters FIDE Tournament Report