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Javier Amores Gago
Number of games in database: 3
Years covered: 2012
Last FIDE rating: 2159 (2164 rapid, 2316 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2175

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C41 Philidor Defense (2 games)

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(born Sep-27-1994, 22 years old) Spain

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. J M Lopez Martinez vs J Amores Gago 1-084201220th Montcada OpenC41 Philidor Defense
2. L Rofes vs J Amores Gago ½-½32201235th Barbera Open AC02 French, Advance
3. J Amores Gago vs R C Gomez Ledo 0-137201235th Barbera Open AC41 Philidor Defense
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Oct-20-15  epistle: <dunkenchess: Karma is from India. A yoga term.>

It is the universal law of cause and effect. That is why it's also in the Philippines: kung anong itinanim, syang aanihin. And also in the bible: "When they sow the wind, they shall reap the whirlwind" (Hosea 8:7).


Oct-21-15  epistle: <iking: you have point sir <joeyj> ... BUT biblical interpretation is difficult, di tayo full time bible reader at examiner ....>

Diplomatic way of saying he does not agree with the interpretations and for him to stop the nonsense.

Exactly my sentiments.

Oct-22-15  epistle: <top 10 standing is swirling, except for the #1 spot, immobile.>

Akin to the swirling water of the toilet bowl just flushed. No.10 would be the tae of the one who had just taken a dump.

Oct-24-15  epistle: <Sally Simpson:...Wes played 55.g5 to stop Rh6 but after 55...Rb8 threatening Rh8

click for larger view
and going into the above line Wes reigned. >

The fobbed cannot even say Wesley resigned. They remove the s and say he reigned.

Oct-26-15  epistle: Ding Liren is simply better prepared and has a proper training compared to Wesley BS. The latter may consider himself very lucky if he draws with white.
Oct-30-15  epistle: <Winning this tournament would help silence many of the skeptics out there.>

He's kidding. The real test was Sinquefield 2015 where the big names were. This tournament of only 4 players is the type that can be won by sheer luck.

Dec-29-15  epistle: <Dec-29-15
Premium Chessgames Member Amulet: <batongol> Yes, our loyalty stays forever, until GM Wesley finally nail it! He has what it takes to be the champion, it's just a matter of perfecting his craft. Once he achieved fine tuning every facet of his chess skills, there is no reason why he should not clinch the World Championship crown! In the meantime;

Go Wesley go!

Premium Chessgames Member Amulet: Setbacks happen to remind that there are still kinks that need to be ironed out, that need to be improved. Yes that the term; To improve!

GM Wesley So keep on improving your chess skills! until you become the best!

In the meantime, go Wesley go!>

Jan-13-16  epistle: <Flipboard Newsstand: I can see the crabs are getting restless. Even lowly crustaceans can't resist the mass appeal, the charm and the magic of the people's champ, GM Wesley So.>

Actually, what crustaceans can't resist are the sight and smell of something in the state of decay.

Jan-14-16  Pulo y Gata: <chessobserver: Carlsen is still the favorite but I would like to think that Wesley is the main challenger now based on his previous performance.>

I agree.

Qatar Masters (2015)

Sinquefield Cup (2015)

Jan-14-16  epistle: In the rabies-infected minds of his dwindling fans Wesley So is now the challenger to the mighty Carlsen.

He who is hovering around the 10th spot in the world ratings and will most likely be kicked out from the top ten in the near future.

Not even the fans of Aronian, Anand, Nakamura and Caruana who had been taking turns occupying the No.2 spot had made such a claim that their player is now Carlsen's challenger.


Jan-15-16  epistle: <paulegaevsky...basta ako...FOREVER>

SO be it--


Jan-16-16  epistle: <joeyj: 36 and still counting !!! >

36 and still <creating>!


Jan-18-16  epistle: <Huwag na natin pansinin ... magsawa din mga yan pag di pinansin! LOL>

huwag pansinin? E lahat nga ng ginagawa nyo dyan e dahil sa pagpansin sa amin. Yang lista-lista na yan at bertday-bertday na yan, si Master B ang nag-imbento nyan. Ginagaya nyo lang. Kung wala kami, hindi nyo yan maiisip kasi puro kayo pulpol, gaya-gaya puto maya walang sariling ideya.

Next time, kung pa-tournament naman gagayahin nyo, tapos meet-up.

Pero baka rin hindi naman nyo kaya yun. Kasi hanggang lista lang ang kaya nyo, pag gastusan na, o fund-raising, sabay-sabay kayong magli-leave of absence.


Jan-23-16  epistle: "Jayz...Of the last 5 opponents (since winning against Giri in Round 1), only against GM Navarra <could GM So has a realistic chance of winning> as the rest are playing solid chess. Hou, Ding & Caruana are still undefeated after 6 rounds while Karjakin has a single loss against Ding but still a tough nut to crack. While Navarra only has a single loss against Hou, but among the last 5 opponents it is only against him <does GM So has a realistic chance of winning>"

LOL. I wonder which Korean english teacher of his was responsible for this atrociousness?

Jan-24-16  epistle: <jimmy77: The draw with Wesley put a halt to his 4-game winning streak in the Qatar Masters.>

Indeed. A stupendous achievement worth pointing out. He ended a world champion's winning streak by...drawing with him.

I now believe he is one of the greatest players of all time. Because as pointed out by jimmy77 and his loyal cohorts:

1. If he wins, then he is brilliant, a true contender and a future world champion;

2. If he draws, he is playing solidly (like Giri) and is not taking unnecessary risks;

3. If he loses, then he gave everything he got, learned valuable lessons, and we could not ask for anything more.


(thunder and lightning)

Jan-27-16  epistle: <Amulet: <Jayz>,...Exactly, let's just have fun and see GM Wesley do it his way. I guess that's why he's the one playing, and we're the ones watching. We just all enjoy the rest of the games and experience the thrill when GM Wesley surprised us with own style........the Wesley way.>

Nag-imbento na naman ng kahangalan. Anong "Wesley way"? As if merong unique sa laro nya. Solid rock? Dami ring solid rocks dyan a. Tactical skills? Mas matindi si Nakamura. Pasulpot-sulpot nga lang sa 10th place may "Wesley way" na? Walang Caruana way, Wei way, Nakamura way, Giri way, e di hamak namang mas magagaling ang mga yan sa kanya?

Jan-27-16  SugarDom: What a pussy! Natakot ma ban yung Jay. Hahaha
Jan-29-16  epistle: <Will GM Wesly So finally notch his 2nd win after 9 consecutive draws or will this be another draw (draw # 10) which will make him closer to breaking Svidler's 11 draws record at Tata Steel?>

None of the above.

Go Pavel!

Jan-29-16  epistle: <joeyj: blitzkrieg120786: boss may attendance pa ba? blitzkrieg120786 from Albuera, Leyte PH, Dec 07 Yes mayron ... palista ka ba bro ??? >

Obvious naman. Nagtanong pa. Ang hihina talaga ng coccottes. Sus.

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  wordfunph: bopolski ang tawag dyan yayyy!
Jan-29-16  epistle: But he is evolving...LOL
Jun-19-16  epistle: Sa mga pumafalakfak sa 1st runner up eto sabi ng Nike---


Jun-24-16  epistle: Tumitindi na talaga ang katitilingan ng mga hunghang. Panalo na raw sa Bilbao, kukubrahin na lang ang premyo. Pati dyos ginagamit.

Hindi uto-uto si Lord, hoy. More sighing sa Bilbao!

Apr-21-17  epistle: It's all downhill from here
Apr-22-17  Pulo y Gata: Mamedyarov gets into the top 10 in the live ratings courtesy of the Qxf3.--

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