Saturday, September 3, 2011

Wesley So in World Chess Cup 2011

Sixty-fourth seed GM Wesley So of the Philippines bows out of contention after losing in the second tiebreaks match against top seed Sergei Karjakin of Russia in the World Chess Cup 2011 at Khanty-Mansysk, Russia. After winning over fellow Asian campaigner Liren Ding of China in the first round with a score of 2.5-1.5, Wesley So fans were hopeful he would be able to pull a victory against Karjakin and at least match his 2009 World Chess Cup performance where he played until the third round matches.

There will always be next time.

The games of GM Wesley So in World Chess Cup 2011 can be viewed here and here. Finally, try to watch this and find out what goes on and what happens when you put together the one hundred and twenty-eight world class chess players in one place, FIDE World Chess Cup 2011

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