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Ding - So Match

Ding Liren2.5/4(+1 -0 =3)[games]
Wesley So1.5/4(+0 -1 =3)[games] Chess Event Description
Ding - So (2016)

Played in Shanghai Haiwan National Forest Park, China 4-8 May 2016. Prize fund: $30,000, with $20,000 to the winner and $10,000 to the loser.

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Ding Liren vs W So ½-½402016Ding - SoD45 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
2. W So vs Ding Liren ½-½312016Ding - SoC83 Ruy Lopez, Open
3. Ding Liren vs W So 1-0382016Ding - SoD43 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
4. W So vs Ding Liren ½-½542016Ding - SoC80 Ruy Lopez, Open
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May-28-16  Pulo y Gata: Winning this I think Ding has the makings of a challenger. Unlike some so-so wannabes.

Some pretenders are better forgotten, no matter how loud the cheering from fanatics. No matter the drama of blind lemmings.

But they are funny sometimes, I have to admit. Funny as when you play around with toys. Lolz

May-28-16  Absentee: Okay, so Kabayo Face means "horse face", although I'm afraid I can't appreciate the full idiomatic significance of the expression. What's carabao prose, though?
May-28-16  gokusano: Don't believe them skunk-face, wesley fanatics. They've got that maxim that loving chess is better than loving parents. See how they tolerated WBS? Seems they categorically belong to 'same dysfunctional brain' org. Their only talent is good command of english language which is not a primary gauge of intellect. They cannot even discern that Ding is a better chess player than WBS. All they can do is wipe WBS' ass and fumigate this page with their stinking ala skunk odor. <Naunsyameng bangungot> and <mcdreamzngungot> are nothing but second rate, trying hard intellectual feelers. Shame on them.
May-28-16  gokusano: Carabao's prose is the term to define a weakly organize phrase, paragraph or composition full of grammatical error. I admit I'm not an expert in English Language but my comprehension is excellent. I can distinguish that Ding Liren is a better player than WBS. And I'm talking about this recent match which you can observe they are having a hard time understanding. Ah, those intellectuals, gone so far away their wandering brains. Are they high on drugs? Seemingly!
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May-28-16  NaunsyamengPangarap: <Pulo y Gata>, instead of trying to impress us with copied poems, why not pay the FIDE arrears? The National Chess Federation of the Philippines is still in arrears and Filipino players can't compete in FIDE tournaments.

You spend so much time here preening yourself with copied poems and you can't even comply with the most rudimentary FIDE requirement?

Yes, we're calling on you NCFP boys (Pulo y Gata, Epistle, Kardopov, Gokusano). Pay the FIDE arrears.

It's time to serve the Filipino players.

May-28-16  NaunsyamengPangarap: Despite our differences, I would like to greet Sugardom.

This is late, but apparently May 26 is World Readhead Day, so happy World Redhead Day, Sugardom!

If I'm not mistaken, Sugardom is a readhead.

May-28-16  Pulo y Gata: Ding showed deeper, wider, fuller understanding of chess in this match. No doubt about it.

And he hasn't flunked his studies.

Let's get real and on topic here. Ding Liren is simply superior to wbs in chess and in so many other aspects in life.

May-29-16  gokusano: Let's get realistic here. It's all about chess and Ding Liren is the better player! Any violent reaction?!
May-29-16  Pulo y Gata: As a matter of fact I have. Here it is, straight from our fatherland--

Jun-02-16  posoo: Da FILOPINES elacted as presadent a VERY STRANGE person.

Not to MENTION dat buffoon Pakyow!

WAT on EARTH is going ON over there?!

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  john barleycorn: <posoo: Da FILOPINES ...

WAT on EARTH is going ON over there?!>

"Only in the Philippines" as the saying goes.

Jun-02-16  posoo: It appears to becoming even MORE a diffacult place to live than BEFORE.
Jun-02-16  posoo: But yes. It is only four games but DONGLARON really put a hurtin up da curtin on Nervous Smiling Toothpaste (aka SO).
Jun-03-16  epistle: He has his father's smile. Which he never returned.
Jun-16-16  NaunsyamengPangarap: Gokusano, huwag mong kalimutang ipastol si Damulag. Mahalaga yan sa bukid.

Jun 02 16 <Gokusano: The past d pawn killed white's plan>

What about the future d pawn?


Jun-16-16  NaunsyamengPangarap: <Wordfunph> you have to come up with a better analogy than lame-mings, er, lemmings.

Not imaginative at all. That's what happens when you copy and paste. There's no creative fiber in your coconut at all.

Jun-17-16  Pulo y Gata: Let us now, once again, recognize the lemmings and spot them a poem which seems wrought for them:

The Lemmings
by John Masefield

Once in a hundred years the Lemmings come
Wes-ward, in search of food, over the snow;
Wes-ward until the salt sea drowns them dumb;
Wes-ward, till all are drowned, those Lemmings go.
Once, it is thought, there was a wes-ward land
Now drowned where there was food for those starved things, And memory of the place has burnt its brand In the little brains of all the Lemming Kings.
Perhaps, long since, there was a land beyond
Wes-ward from death, some city, some calm place
Where one could taste God's quiet and be fond
With the little beauty of a human face;
But now the land is drowned. Yet we still press
Wes-ward, in search, to death, to nothingness.

You're welcome!

What a display of superiority by Ding!

Jun-17-16  Pulo y Gata: Ding Liren-Alexander Grischuk Match, 4-game in 18-22 July 2016, Wenzhou, China. Time control: 90min+30min, +30sec per move. Prize: 30,000$.

Certainly a more interesting match-up.

Jun-17-16  epistle: This would be the main course. The previous one was just SOup.
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  offramp: <epistle: This would be the main course. The previous one was just SOup.>

That is one weak joke.

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  john barleycorn: <offramp: ...
That is one weak joke.>

Ok, SOup #5. that spices it up.

Jun-17-16  epistle: it wasn't a joke. For ding, beating him was just like sipping SOup. Grischuk is the real challenge.

Yu Yangyi could also have some of that soup no.5.

Jun-18-16  NaunsyamengPangarap: When 4th-graders were asked whether they were impressed by Pulo Y Gata's copy and paste skills, they replied in unison:

"No. Even 3rd-graders can do that!"


If you compose the poems yourself, maybe you'll impress some people.

Gokusano with his kalabaw compositions is actually more impressive because he is no copycat.

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  offramp: <john barleycorn: <offramp: ... That is one weak joke.>
Ok, SOup #5. that spices it up.>

Hey, John!

I often use the German word Fingerfehler for a chess slip of the hand.

The internet version is mouse-slip.

What is the German for mouse-slip?

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