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Wesley So
W So 
Photograph copyright © 2017, used by permission.  
Number of games in database: 919
Years covered: 2003 to 2017
Last FIDE rating: 2812 (2759 rapid, 2791 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2822

Overall record: +294 -74 =375 (64.8%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 176 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.

MOST PLAYED OPENINGS
With the White pieces:
 Sicilian (64) 
    B90 B42 B33 B67 B21
 Ruy Lopez (56) 
    C67 C89 C65 C78 C96
 Slav (26) 
    D10 D12 D11 D17 D15
 Queen's Gambit Declined (26) 
    D37 D31 D38 D35 D39
 King's Indian (25) 
    E99 E60 E84 E67 E62
 French Defense (23) 
    C11 C10 C18 C03 C05
With the Black pieces:
 Sicilian (85) 
    B33 B30 B40 B90 B32
 Ruy Lopez (38) 
    C65 C67 C80 C77 C84
 Grunfeld (36) 
    D85 D70 D86 D78 D97
 Slav (30) 
    D11 D12 D15 D10 D17
 French Defense (25) 
    C07 C11 C18 C01 C03
 English (24) 
    A15 A14 A18 A13 A10
Repertoire Explorer

NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   W So vs Ding Liren, 2015 1-0
   W So vs Kasparov, 2016 1-0
   W So vs Akobian, 2016 1-0
   W So vs M Mahjoob, 2007 1-0
   W So vs M Prusikin, 2006 1-0
   W So vs F El Taher, 2006 1-0
   Ivanchuk vs W So, 2015 0-1
   W So vs Kamsky, 2016 1-0
   J Xiong vs W So, 2017 0-1
   Caruana vs W So, 2015 0-1

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   Corus Group C (2009)
   Reykjavik Open (2013)
   Millionaire Chess (2014)
   Tata Steel (2017)
   9th Edmonton International (2014)
   Dubai Open (2008)
   Tata Steel (2015)
   US Championships (2015)
   Chess Olympiad (2016)
   Millionaire Chess (2015)
   World Junior Championship (2008)
   French Team Championship (2015)
   World Cup (2009)
   World Cup (2015)
   World Junior Championship (2007)

GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
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   Wesley So: The Road To Top by penismightier
   So: the future Champion by Zhbugnoimt
   Match So! by amadeus
   RPaterno1's favorite games ("Ramon's Lab") by RPaterno1
   Nina Myers' collected Sogasms by Nina Myers
   World Cup 2009 by GM Wesley So by LaFreak III
   Manuel G. Vergara's favorite games by Manuel G. Vergara

RECENT GAMES:
   W So vs Carlsen (Jun-22-17) 0-1, rapid
   M Vachier-Lagrave vs W So (Jun-22-17) 1/2-1/2, rapid
   Mamedyarov vs W So (Jun-22-17) 1/2-1/2, rapid
   Grischuk vs W So (Jun-21-17) 1/2-1/2, rapid
   Caruana vs W So (Jun-21-17) 0-1, rapid

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WESLEY SO
(born Oct-09-1993, 23 years old) Philippines (federation/nationality United States of America)

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Born in Las Pinas, Philippines, Wesley So is a Filipino/American chess prodigy who attained the GM title at the age of 14 years, 1 month and 28 days. That made him the youngest GM in the world at that time. He was the Philippines' youngest ever International Master, youngest ever Grandmaster and the youngest ever National Champion.

Background

Wesley was only six when he learned the movement of chess pieces across a board. After memorizing them, chess set in hand, he explored the streets of his neighborhood daring people to play with him. At nine years old he began to compete in local, junior chess tournaments.

His first major tournament win was taking 1st place at the 2003 Philippine National Chess Championships for the under 10 age group.

So, was awarded his first GM norm at the Offene Internationale Bayerische Schach Meisterschaft, in Bad Wiessee, Germany. He acquired his second GM norm in the World Junior Championship (2007) in Yerevan, Armenia, and capped his year by earning his third GM norm at the 3rd Prospero Pichay Cup International Open in the Philippines. At the age of fourteen years, one month and twenty eight days, FIDE awarded him the title of Grandmaster, making him the ninth youngest chess grandmaster. He was then ranked strongest player in the world under sixteen years old.

In 2006 at the age of twelve years and ten months Wesley So became the youngest ever Filipino International Master and the youngest member of the national men's team to participate at the 37th Chess Olympiad in Turin, Italy.

In 2007, Wesley So went on to become the youngest National Junior Open Chess Champion and won the gold medal on board one, at the World Under16 Team Championships.

So won the title in the Dubai Open (2008), "The Sheikh Rashed Bin Hamdan Al Maktoum Cup", in the United Arab Emirates, and set a record as the youngest winner in the 10-year history of the Cup. Later that year, Wesley So was rated 2610 and was the youngest player in the history of the game to break the 2600 Elo barrier, surpassing the record previously held by Magnus Carlsen.

In 2012 he emigrated to the United States, and in 2014 he officially shifted his chess affiliation to the USA. In March 2016, So received the $42,000 Samford Fellowship. (1) In early 2017, So partnered with veteran player and coach Vladimir Borisovich Tukmakov. (2)

As of April 2017, Wesley So is the USA's top player, as well as the #2 player in the world.

Rating and Ranking

Wesley So was the youngest player ever to cross the 2600 rating mark, 9 days before his 15th birthday, until 2013 when Chinese prodigy Wei Yi achieved the mark at the age of 14 years 5 months 23 days. In March 2013, So's rating crossed over to 2701 (the 92nd player to achieve 2700). In January 2017, So's rating was officially 2808. His April 2017 rating of 2822 makes him the 2nd strongest player in the world, behind only Magnus Carlsen.

Official Site

For more information please see: http://www.wesleyso.com/

Tournament History

2017 – USA • US Championship (2017) • St Louis
    Winner
2017 – USA • chess.com Pro League • St Louis
    Champions • St Louis Arch Bishops • MVP Wesley So
2017 – NETHERLANDS • Tata Steel (2017) • Wijk Aan Zee, Rotterdam, Haarlem
    1st Place

2016 – UNITED KINGDOM • The Grand Chess Tour • London
    1st Place
2016 – UNITED KINGDOM • London Chess Classic (2016) • London
    1st Place
2016 – ISLE OF MAN • Isle of Man Open (2016) • Douglas
    Tie for 3rd Place
2016 – AZERBAIJAN • 42nd Chess Olympiad (2016) • Baku
    GOLD MEDAL TEAM
    GOLD MEDAL THIRD BOARD
2016 – USA • Sinquefield Cup (2016) • St Louis
    1st Place
2016 – SPAIN • IX Bilbao Chess Masters Final • Bilbao
    3rd Place
2016 – BELGIUM • Grand Chess Tour Rapid & Blitz • Leuven
    2nd Place
2016 – FRANCE • Grand Chess Tour Rapid & Blitz • Paris
    4th Place
2016 – CHINA • 4 Game Match with Ding Liren • Shanghai
    2nd Place
2016 – USA • Ultimate Blitz Chess Challenge with Garry Kasparov • St. Louis
    2nd Place
2016 – USA • US Chess Championships • St. Louis
    2nd Place
2016 – USA • Awarded The Samford Chess Fellowship • US Chess Trust
    http://www.uschesstrust.org/2016-sa...
2016 – NETHERLANDS • Tata Steel Chess Event • Wijk Aan Zee
    4th Place

2015 – SPAIN • Bilbao Chess Masters • Bilbao
    1st Place – Champion
2015 – USA • Millionaire Chess • Las Vegas
    5th Place – Open
2015 – AZERBAIJAN • World Chess Cup • Baku
    4th Round
2015 – USA • Sinquefield Cup (2015) • St. Louis
    10th Place
2015 – TURKEY • Turkish Super League • Izmit
    2nd Place
2015 – GERMANY • Sparkassen Chess Meeting • Dortmund
    2nd Place
2015 – CZECH REPUBLIC • Cez Chess Trophy 4 Game Match • Prague
    1st Place
2015 – FRANCE • Top Twelve French League (CLICHY) • Petit Camargue
    2nd Place
2015 – AZERBAIJAN • Gashimov Memorial • Shamkir
    3rd Place
2015 – UNITED STATES • US Championships • St. Louis
    3rd Place
2015 – IRELAND • 22nd Bunratty Chess Festival • Bunratty
    1st Place
2015 – NETHERLANDS • Tata Steel Chess Event • Wijk Aan Zee
    Tied for 2nd Place

2014 – USA • North American Open • Las Vegas
    Open Section Champion
2014 – USA • US Chess League Champions • St. Louis
    Board One
2014 – USA • Millionaire Chess • Las Vegas
    1st Place Grand Prize Winner
2014 – USA • 3RD Noel Skelton Open • Minnesota
    1st Place
2014 – NORWAY • 41ST Chess Olympiad
    Coach for US team
2014 – ITALY • ACP Golden Classic
    1st  Place (Rated 2755)
2014 – CANADA • 9th Edmonton International (2014)
    2nd Place
2014 – USA • National Open Blitz Sectionals Las Vegas International Chess Festival
    1st Place
2014 – CUBA • Capablanca Memorial
    1st Place
2014 – USA • The Bill Wright Saint Louis Open
    Tie for 1st Place
2014 • USA • Final Four of College Chess
    1st  Place (Webster Team)
2014 • NETHERLANDS • Tata Steel Chess – Wijk Aan Zee
   Tie for 4th place

2013 – USA • Pan American Intercollegiate Chess Championship
    1st Place (Webster Team A)
2013 – TURKEY • World Chess Team Championship
    Coach for U.S.A. Team
2013 – NETHERLANDS • 17TH Unive Chess Tournament Hoogeveen
    1st Place
2013 – USA • 2ND Noel Skelton Open
    1st Place
2013 – NORWAY • World Cup
    Lost in 2nd round (64 players) knockout
2013 – RUSSIA • 27TH Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia
    Gold Medal
2013 – USA • Las Vegas International Chess Festival
    Triple Winner
2013 – CANADA • Calgary International Chess Classic and Blitz Championship
    1stPlace – Classic
    1st Place – Blitz
2013 – USA • The Bill Wright Saint Louis Open
    Tie for 1st Place
2013 – USA • Final Four of College Chess
    1st Place
2013 – ICELAND • The Reykjavik Open 2013
    Tie for 1st Place
    1st  player from the Philippines and the 1st player in the 67-year history of American Collegiate Chess to break the 2700 rating mark
    No. 2-ranked junior chess player in the world
2013 – PHILIPPINES • Asian Zonal 3.3 Chess Championship
    2nd  Place
    Qualifies in 2013 World Cup
2013 – USA • Pan American Intercollegiate Chess Championship
    Tie for 1st Place (Webster Team A & B)

2012 – USA • SPICE Blitz 2012
    1st Place
2012 – USA • The 3RD Annual Thanksgiving Open
    Tie for 2nd Place
2012 – USA • 2012 SPICE CUP Group A
    4th  Place
2012 – Chess.com’s 7th Blitz Match of Death • Wesley So vs. Ray Robson
    Defeated GM Ray Robson
2012 – CANADA • Quebec Open Chess Championship
    1st Place
2012 – CANADA • Toronto International Chess Championship
    1st Place
2012 – USA • Charity Chess Match Philippine Consulate 
    Organized by the Filipino-American Chess Club of New York
    Acting Deputy Permanent Representative of the Philippine Mission to the UN in New York, Eduardo de Vega, joined the other chess players.
    20-chess players simultaneous
2012 – USA • 40TH Annual World Open 2012 – Blitz Championship
    Tie for 1st Place
2012 – USA • 40TH Annual World Open 2012
    3rd Place
2012 – FRANCE • French League TOP 12
    Clichy members: Ivanchuk, Van Wely, Wesley So, vice Jakovenko, Nispeanu and Maze
    Emerged 2012 champion – undefeated in 10 games
2012 – VIETNAM • 11TH Asian Individual Open/Blitz Chess Championships
    Undefeated in 18 games, 9 in the main event, and 9 in the Blitz Championship
    First place – Blitz
2012 – USA • The 28TH North American Masters: Georg Meier vs. Wesley So
    4 game classical match followed by 4 game rapid match (Tie)

2011 – INDONESIA • 26TH Southeast Asian Games
    Gold Medal – Finished undefeated with 9 points in the Blitz chess competition
    Silver Medal – Individual Standard
2011 – INDIA • Airports Authority of India Intl. Grandmasters Chess Tournament 
    5 points 4th place
2011 – INDONESIA • 17TH Asian Cities Chess Team Championship
    Tie for  2nd
2011 – PHILIPPINES • Battle of Grandmasters
   Place
2011 – SPAIN • Training with World’s #1 Chess player GM Magnus Carlsen
    GM Magnus Carlsen
2011 – RUSSIA • Qualifying World Blitz
    5th  place/ 194-player field. Qualified for World Blitz
2011 – NETHERLANDS • 73rd Corus Chess, Grandmasters Group B Tata Steel
    4th  place

2010 – CHINA • The 16TH Asian Games
    Silver Medal for Team Philippines
2010 – USA • 2010 SPICE CUP Group A
    Tie for 2nd  Place
2010 – RUSSIA • 39TH World Chess Olympiad 2010
    RP Team: Rank 50th (149 teams)
2010 – PHILIPPINES • Campomanes Memorial Cup
    7th place
2010 – PHILIPPINES • Battle of Grandmasters
    1st Place
2010 – NETHERLANDS • NH Chess Tournament Rising Stars vs Experience
    Rising stars 26 (1st)
    Experience 24
2010 – SWITZERLAND • 2010 Biel Young Grandmasters Chess Championship
    5th Place
2010 – PHILIPPINES • 2010 ASIAN Continental Chess Championships
    2nd Place
    Qualify for World Cup
2010 – RUSSIA • World Blitz Championship Prelim
   62nd place / 156-player field
2010 – RUSSIA • Aeroflot Open 2010, Group A1
    Top Junior Award
    11th place / 80-player field
2010 – NETHERLANDS • 72ND Corus Chess 2010, Grandmasters Group B
    5th Place

2009 – RUSSIA •2009 World Chess Cup
    Final 16
    Defeated Gadir Guseinov and had victories over former world championship contenders Vassily Ivanchuk (ELO 2739) and Gata Kamsky (ELO 2695)
2009 – USA • Spice Cup Group A
    Tie for 2nd Place
2009 – USA • 30-Board Simul with Fresno Chess Club
    30-0
2009 – VIETNAM • Zone 3.3 Fide World Chess Championship
    Medal: Silver
    2nd Place
    Qualify for World Cup
2009 – PHILIPPINES • Asian Continental Chess Open Championship
    Rank: 21st place (85 players)
    Tie for 4th Place
2009 – CHINA • Chinese Chess League (for Bank of Qingdao Team)
    Team: Rank 9 Scored 4/6
2009 – Philippines • Battle of Grandmasters
    1st Place
2009 – RUSSIA • Aeroflot Open 2009, Group A1
    Top Junior Winner
2009 – NETHERLANDS • 71st Corus Group C (2009)
    1st place/Qualified for B Group
    "Beste Jone Talente" Award

2008 – UAE • 1ST Asian Chess Club Championship
    Individual: Board 1 Gold Medalist
    Team: 4th place
2008 – GERMANY • 38TH World Chess Olympiad 2008
    RP Team: Rank 46th (100 teams)
    Best Olympiad performer in RP
2008 – PHILIPPINES • 4TH Pichay Cup International Open
    Tie for 3rd Place (68 players)
    Ranked 5th
2008 – PHILIPPINES • 3RD President GMA Cup International Open
    Tie for 5th Place (72 players)
2008 – VIETNAM • 1ST Dragon Capital Chess Open/1ST ASEAN Grand Prix
    Tie for 2nd (30 players)
    2nd  in ASEAN Grand Prix
    Team: 3rd Place (26 teams)
2008 – TURKEY • World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad
    Individual: Gold Medal
    Team: 3rd  Place (26 teams)
2008 – TURKEY • World Junior Chess Championship
    9th Place (109 players)
    Tie for 8th  — 14th Place
2008 – PHILIPPINES • 1ST Subic Bay International Open Chess Championship
    2nd  Place
2008 – PHILIPPINES • 2ND Philippine Open International Chess Championship
    10th  Place (73 players)
2008 – INDONESIA • 2008 Japfa Chess Festival
    1st Place
2008 – UAE • 10TH Dubai Open Chess Championship
    1st  Place
2008 – PHILIPPINES • Battle of Grandmasters
    1st Place
2008 – INDONESIA • Asean Masters Chess Circuit 2008 GM Tournament A
    4th Place

2007 – PHILIPPINES • 3RD Pichay Cup International Open
    5th Place
    3rd GM Norm
    World’s 7th Youngest GM at 14 years old
    Youngest Filipino GM in their history
2007 – PHILIPPINES • 2ND President GMA CUP International Open
    9th Place (64 participants)
2007 – MACAU • 2ND Asian Indoor Games (participated by 32 countries)
    Team Rapid Chess: 4th Place
    Team Classical Chess: 7th Place
    Team Blitz Chess: 6th Place
2007 – ARMENIA • World Junior Chess Championship
    2nd GM Norm
    Tie for 6th Place
2007 – PHILIPPINES • The 6TH Asian Individual Chess Championship
    Tie for 5th Place
2007 – SINGAPORE • World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad
    Individual: Gold Medal
    Team: 3rd Place
2007 – PHILIPPINES • Philippine Open International Chess Championship
    Rank 15th
2007 – IRAN • 15th Asian Cities Chess Champion
    Team: 2nd (Silver Medal)
    Individual: Gold Medal for Performance Rating and Percentage Score
2007 – VIETNAM • Fide (Zone 3.3) World Chess Championship
    Tie for 3rd Place

2006 – SINGAPORE • 3rd Masters International Open Chess Tournament
    Tie for 4th Place (99 Players)
2006 – PHILIPPINES • 1ST President GMA Cup International Chess Tournament
    Top Juniors
    Tie for 6th Place
2006 – GERMANY • Offene Internationale Bayerische Shach Meisterschaft
    Tie for 2nd  Place
    1st GM Norm
    Creativity
    Award: Chosen by Russian Website e3e5
2006 – SPAIN • III Festival de Ajedrez Open Internacionale
    BEST Under 16 Blitz
2006 – MALAYSIA • 3rd IGB Dato’ Arthur Tan Open Chess Championship
    BEST Under-16 Player 3RD International Master Norm
2006 – ITALY • 2ND San Marino Open Internationale di Scacchi
    BEST Under-16 Player – 2nd IM Norm
2006 – ITALY • 37TH World Chess Olympiad
    Youngest RP Olympian
2006 – UAE • 8TH Dubai Open Chess Championship
    1st IM Norm

2005 – SINGAPORE • Masters/Challengers Int’l. Open Tournament
    BEST Under-12 Player
2005 – FRANCE • 12th Nice Open International
    9th Place
2005 – FRANCE • World Youth Chess Championship
    TIE 1st Place
2005 – THAILAND • 7th Asean Age-Group Chess Championship
    GOLD, "Standard Chess – Individual"
    GOLD, "Rapid Chess – Individual"
    GOLD, "Blitz Chess – Individual"
2004 – GREECE • World Youth Chess Championship
    13th Place
2004 – VIETNAM • 6th  Asian Age-Group Chess Championship
    GOLD "Standard Chess" (Individual)
    GOLD "Rapid Chess" (Individual)
    SILVER "Standard Chess" (Team)
    SILVER "Rapid Chess" (Team)

2003 – GREECE • World Youth Chess Championship
    19th Place

1) https://new.uschess.org/news/2016-s...
2) http://en.chessbase.com/post/wesley...

Last updated: 2017-05-11 00:11:52

 page 1 of 37; games 1-25 of 921  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. T Pipan vs W So 0-1262003Wch U10B33 Sicilian
2. W So vs N Galopoulos  0-1532003Wch U10C00 French Defense
3. W So vs Z Javakhadze 1-0552003Wch U10B10 Caro-Kann
4. Negi vs W So 1-0342003Wch U10B33 Sicilian
5. W So vs V Belous 1-0412003Wch U10A07 King's Indian Attack
6. D Swiercz vs W So 1-0732003Wch U10B33 Sicilian
7. Mark Ho En Tian vs W So 0-1312004ASEAN-ch5 U12B70 Sicilian, Dragon Variation
8. M Bui vs W So 0-1442004ASEAN-ch5 U12B70 Sicilian, Dragon Variation
9. W So vs Minh Doan Vu Hoang 1-0352004ASEAN-ch5 U12A07 King's Indian Attack
10. W So vs Md Omar Ak Hafizon Pg  ½-½572004ASEAN-ch5 U12B21 Sicilian, 2.f4 and 2.d4
11. Do Duc Minh vs W So 0-1202004ASEAN-ch5 U12B33 Sicilian
12. Ding Liren vs W So 1-0232004Wch U12A04 Reti Opening
13. W So vs Caruana 1-0272004WYCC - B12B21 Sicilian, 2.f4 and 2.d4
14. A Rosell vs W So 1-0432004Wch U12A80 Dutch
15. W So vs O Kanmazalp 1-0292004Wch U12B21 Sicilian, 2.f4 and 2.d4
16. W So vs Mark Ho En Tian 1-0402005ASEAN-ch6 U12B01 Scandinavian
17. I Nyzhnyk vs W So 0-1332005Wch U12B23 Sicilian, Closed
18. S Neubronner vs W So 0-1252005ASEAN-ch6 U12B33 Sicilian
19. W So vs Y Chan 1-0382005ASEAN-ch6 U12C26 Vienna
20. Firman Syah Farid vs W So 0-1422005ASEAN-ch6 U12B33 Sicilian
21. W So vs J Chung 1-0292005ASEAN-ch6 U12B01 Scandinavian
22. D Lo Kin Mun vs W So 0-1542005ASEAN-ch6 U12B33 Sicilian
23. Duy Linh Dang vs W So 0-1262005ASEAN-ch6 U12E41 Nimzo-Indian
24. Robson vs W So ½-½472005Belfort YWCC boys under 12B33 Sicilian
25. S Sjugirov vs W So 1-0332005Belfort YWCC boys under 12B30 Sicilian
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Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: Grand Chess Tour - Paris (Rapid) 2017 Round 6

Mamedyarov - So

Queen's Gambit Declined

1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Be7 4. Nf3 Nf6 5. Bf4 O-O 6. e3 Nbd7 7. a3 c5 8. cxd5 Nxd5 9. Nxd5 exd5 10. dxc5 Nxc5 11. Be2 Qb6 *


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Following the game Wesley So vs Vladimir Kramnik:

W So vs Kramnik, 2016

Jun-22-17  evlozare: a good day all.

the shark is on a roll racking up three successive wins after loss against the wc. can he keep it up against gmwes?

Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 12. Be5


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This seems to be a new move. 12. b4 was played in the So vs Kramnik game.

Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 12... Nb3 13. Rb1 Bf5 14. Bd3 Be4 15. O-O


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Analysis by Stockfish 8 64: depth=27

1. (-0.18): 15...Qg6 16.Bxe4 dxe4 17.Qxb3 exf3 18.Bg3

2. (-0.11): 15...Rfd8 16.Nd4 Nc5 17.Bc2 Nd7 18.Bg3

3. (0.00): 15...Rfc8 16.Bxe4 dxe4 17.Nd2 Nxd2 18.Qxd2

4. (0.02): 15...Rfe8 16.Bxe4 dxe4 17.Nd2 Nxd2 18.Qxd2

Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 15... Qg6 16. Bxe4 dxe4 17. Qxb3 exf3 18. Bg3 fxg2 19. Rfd1


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Jun-22-17
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  chessobserver: Wes needs to decrease the time gap. Please.
Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 19... b6 20. Qd3 Qxd3 21. Rxd3 Rfd8 22. Rbd1 Rxd3 23. Rxd3 Rd8 *


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Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 24. Rc3 Bf6 25. Rc7 a5 26. Rb7 Bxb2 27. Bd6 h6 28. Rxb6


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Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 28... Bc3 29. Kxg2 Rc8 30. Kf3 Rc4 31. Rb5 Rc6 32. Bc5


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Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 32... Rf6+ 33. Ke2 a4 34. Kd3 Be1 35. Ke2 Bc3 36. Kd3 Be1 37. f4 Rf5


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Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 38. Kc4 g5 39. fxg5 Rxg5 40. Bd4 Kh7


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Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 41. Rb1 Ba5 42. Rf1 Kg8 43. Rf6 Rh5 44. Ra6 Kh7 45. Ra8 Be1


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Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 46. Rh8+ Kg6 47. Rg8+ Kf5 48. Rg1 Bh4 49. Rf1+ Ke6 50. Kb4 Be7+ 51. Kxa4 Rxh2 52. Kb3 *


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Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 52... h5 53. a4 Bd8 54. Ra1 Ba5 55. Kc4 Rg2 56. Rf1 Bd8 57. Ra1 Rg5


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Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 58. Bc3 Bb6 59. a5 Rc5+ 60. Kd3 Rd5+ 61. Kc4 Rc5+ 62. Kd3 Rd5+ 63. Ke2 Ba7 64. a6 Rd7 *


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Jun-22-17
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  WinKing: 65. Rh1 Rd5 66. Rf1 Rb5 67. Rf6+ Ke7 68. Rc6 Kd7 69. Rf6 Ke7 70. Rh6 Rb3 71. Bf6+ Kd7 72. Bg5 Rb6 73. Rxh5 Rxa6 74. Bf4 ½-½


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Draw

Jun-22-17
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  chessobserver: Wes survived today's schedule. Tomorrow will be a lot better.
Jun-22-17  dunamisvpm: GM Wes missed the correct reply on GM Magnus blunder on move 35... Ne8? Correct reply should be 36. Nf6. If 36... Qxf6 then 37. Qxe8 followed by 38. Rg3+. Magnus should be the one resigning here.
Jun-22-17  dunamisvpm: Nakatsamba si Magnus sa idol natin...
Jun-22-17  dunamisvpm: Pinagbigyan siguro ni idol Wes si Magnus kasi naawa siya na naka mag walk out at Hindi na tapusin ang torneo... May ugali kasi itong si Carlsen. Walang solusyon Ang force move na yun na may halong check sa itim na hari. 36.Nf6+! Ang laking buwenas na panalo ng taga Norway
Jun-22-17
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  iking: as more games played .. Wesley will find the way to beat Magnus.
Jun-22-17
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  iking: Fischer was an underdog Vs. Spassky just because Fischer never won a game before their championship .. Soviets thought Spassky will ran away as the winner, they were wrong i the end.

Wesley can do the trick like Fischer vs Magnus.

Jun-22-17
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  iking: Spassky won 5 classical games before Fischer got his first win .. Kasparov got his first win vs Karpov only after absorbing 5 losses in 40+ games .. And we know how strong Fischer and Kasparov afterwards ...
Jun-22-17  The Boomerang: Magnus is much stronger than Spassky. Kasparov was stronger than Karpov, so only matter of time.

Magnus is hard to beat when playing well.

So will eventually get his win over hi..

Jun-22-17
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  dunkenchess: Habol.
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