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Edmund Beronio
Number of games in database: 1
Years covered: 2015

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(born Apr-24-1968, 50 years old) Philippines

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. E Beronio vs P Bersamina 0-12420152nd Metrolirot Chess CupE27 Nimzo-Indian, Samisch Variation

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  wordfunph: Baet shoots So---
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  wordfunph: kinawawa at nilapastangan si El Rapido!

nafakasakwet Kuya Eddie..

Aug-11-18  john barleycorn: "El Rapido" starting pretty slow. Jetlag?
Aug-11-18  Pulo y Gata: El Estupido is on a roll....Like a hotdog.
Aug-11-18  SugarDom: It's like the bullies took him on top of the hills and rolled him down the slopes.
Aug-12-18  kardopov: <Soooo excited sa mga tirada ni GM Wes> Yes we are so excited, especially with the results. It's a learning experience and the losses will make him more stronger next time. And "many more next time" will come to make him much stronger. And I know everyone here will take the pleasure of agreeing with me. I just couldn't know if at the other fence, they will be rejoicing with the results that will make Wesley more stronger.
Aug-12-18  kardopov: <chessobserver: Bwisit talo uli kay Mamed> "wag mabuwisit dahil mas malakas talaga kesa sa kanya si Mamed.
Aug-12-18  SugarDom: I thought he already won with the GREAT JOB by the Spin Doctor, but it was just another propaganda.
Aug-12-18  Pulo y Gata: Relax lang, marami pang tournaments na darating. El Estupido is just living up to his name. Losing helps a lot in his overall development as a player so they should be welcomed with open arms.
Aug-12-18  kardopov: Down he went again, and stronger he becomes. "Good job" as the old adage says.
Aug-13-18  epistle: El Crapido's games are truly kapana-panabik.
Aug-13-18  john barleycorn: <tpstar: Wesley is battling against the world's best ...>

Absolutely. Great finish. 4th place among 10 top contestants. Go <tpstar>, go home.

Aug-14-18  Pulo y Gata: Saying that he is playing against the world's best is a subtle excuse given for his losses. But since he is also among the world's best, then he is really playing among his equals. The Los Estupidos should find a more credible excuse.
Aug-14-18  kardopov: Nafakasakit kuya eddie. Daming eksyusis. Simplehan nalang natin, talo pa rin hehehe.
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  wordfunph: mga sandamakmak na gunggong
Aug-14-18  Pulo y Gata: El Estupido strikes again
Aug-15-18  epistle: Matumal ang posting. Akala ko ba.........KAPANA-PANABIK? (Nagbibilang pa ng araw before).

Haaay, yan ang mahirap pag may bagyo, nawawala ang iyong fair weather friends.

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  wordfunph: napakasaklap Kuya Eddie..

pamper pa more!

Aug-15-18  kardopov: Hahaha... puro yabang kasi! Wesley will fall again in his weakest forte, the blitz!
Aug-15-18  john barleycorn: <5hrsolver: Let's go Wesley. Keep on fighting. Try to relax a little bit. It's only a game.>

The latest insight for someone who like So considers chess as a business.

Aug-15-18  SugarDom: I have nothing' more to say
Aug-16-18  Pulo y Gata: Magkakalat na naman yan sa Sinkfield since Magnus will be there. His mental illness becomes more pronounced whenever magnus is around.
Aug-16-18  kardopov: Wesley is falling down! Leave it to the experts of WSWFC
Aug-16-18  john barleycorn: <kardopov: Wesley is falling down! ...>

Nah, it is the xxxth learning experience. unfortunately, his coaches on WSWFC forgot that the other players are learning, too.

anyway, 2nd place (from the bottom but still 2nd place) and "El Crapido" being ahead of the legendary "lightning kid".

Let's party in the backyard. Fire up the bbq and enjoy the chicken wings. Tagay pa

Aug-16-18  Pulo y Gata: To say that a player did not have a good result because "he is in a slump" disrespects his opponents. For it suggests that he should naturally be always on top, and if he doesn't, it is just because something is not working well with him. No. You lose because your opponent is better. Not because you are in a "slump." Fanatics, of course, do not realize this.
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