Australian Masters (chess)

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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).

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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 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