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wych
Member since Jul-24-12 · Last seen Nov-22-17
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   wych has kibitzed 49 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-28-17 Tata Steel (2017) (replies)
 
wych: <redwhitechess: A great night / round for Chinese players, who celebrated Chinese New Year today. Wei Yi, Lei Tingjie, Ju Wenjun, Hou Yifan all won against their opponents. Jeffery Xiong also (who must be a chinese guy..) counted in this theme.> Wesley So is ethnically Chinese ...
 
   Jan-15-16 Tata Steel (2016) (replies)
 
wych: <jphamlore>I suspect that you misunderstood what <MissScarlett> meant by his post.
 
   Nov-01-15 Bilbao Masters (2015) (replies)
 
wych: <MissScarlett: My advice to the organisers is to invite some white players next year. It's disgraceful; if I could report them for racism, I would, but I can't, so I won't.> What a stupid comment.
 
   Sep-17-15 World Cup (2015) (replies)
 
wych: <MissScarlett: And the result of this 'friendly' blitz march was leaked to the effect that Carlsen won at a canter by a score of - what was it? - 35-18. Simply infuriating.> As it was a 40 game match, how can the score have been 35-18?
 
   Jul-16-15 China - Russia (2015) (replies)
 
wych: Wang Chen would only be in China's E team.
 
   Jun-08-15 Chinese Championship (2015)
 
wych: <ex0duz: Wang Yue was also China's first 2700+ player, and he almost made it to top 10 i think with something like 2750~.> Wang Yue actually did make it to the top 10 for a few months about 5 years ago. His highest official ranking was 8th (& his highest Elo rating was 2756). ...
 
   May-21-15 Wei Yi (replies)
 
wych: <Penguincw: Looking at live ratings, Wei Yi is now rated above MVL (2725.8 vs. 2723.3).> As of this moment Wei Yi's live rating is in fact 2728.8, (according to Live Chess Ratings at 2700chess.com at any rate).
 
   Apr-08-15 Chekhover vs Dus Chotimirsky, 1949 (replies)
 
wych: I found this one a lot easier than yesterday's.
 
   Mar-31-15 FIDE Women's World Chess Championship (2015) (replies)
 
wych: <I remember when Hou played Humpy, many thought it would be a close match because Humpy was "the second best".> In fact, as I recall, Humpy had a higher Elo rating than Hou when they played their match. This contributed to the general surprise that the match was not closer than ...
 
   Feb-02-15 Tradewise Gibraltar (2015) (replies)
 
wych: <Domdaniel: At the moment, the top four names in the tournament standings are all East Asian: the Japanese-American Nakamura and three Chinese players.> And David Howell is half Chinese.
 
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