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World Cup (2013)

PARTICIPANTS (sorted by highest achieved rating; click on name to see player's games) Levon Aronian, Vladimir Kramnik, Fabiano Caruana, Teimour Radjabov, Alexander Morozevich, Sergey Karjakin, Vassily Ivanchuk, Hikaru Nakamura, Alexander Grischuk, Shakhriyar Mamedyarov, Boris Gelfand, Peter Svidler, Ruslan Ponomariov, Gata Kamsky, Peter Leko, Michael Adams, Dmitry Jakovenko, Leinier Dominguez Perez, Alexey Shirov, Pavel Eljanov, Wang Hao, Sergei Movsesian, Evgeny Tomashevsky, Anish Giri, Ian Nepomniachtchi, Judit Polgar, Nikita Vitiugov, Baadur Jobava, Viktor Bologan, Radoslaw Wojtaszek, Vladimir Malakhov, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, David Navara, Etienne Bacrot, Dmitry Andreikin, Alexander Moiseenko, Evgeny Alekseev, Andrei Volokitin, Evgeny Najer, Francisco Vallejo-Pons, Alexander Areshchenko, Krishnan Sasikiran, Anton Korobov, Alexander Riazantsev, Laurent Fressinet, Le Quang Liem, Lazaro Bruzon, Vladimir Akopian, Alexey Dreev, Li Chao, Alexander Beliavsky, Wesley So, Ernesto Inarkiev, Alexander Onischuk, Gregory Kaidanov, Vadim Zvjaginsev, Yangyi Yu, Yuriy Kryvoruchko, Markus Ragger, Mikhail Kobalia, Julio Ernesto Granda Zuniga, Maxim Matlakov, Sergey Fedorchuk, Evgeny Postny, Alexander Shabalov, Jan Smeets, Sergei Azarov, Denis Khismatullin, Parimarjan Negi, Hrant Melkumyan, Aleksandr Shimanov, Ngoc Truongson Nguyen, Evgeny Romanov, Eduardo Patricio Iturrizaga Bonelli, Eltaj Safarli, Gawain Jones, Constantin Lupulescu, Andrei Istratescu, Igor Lysyj, Ivan Popov, Dariusz Swiercz, Alexandr Hilario Takeda dos Santos Fier, Bassem Amin, Anton Filippov, Zbynek Hracek, Jon Ludvig Hammer, Rafael Duailibe Leitao, Yifan Hou, Daniil Dubov, Ray Robson, Sandro Mareco, Ruben Felgaer, Martyn Kravtsiv, Mark Paragua, Sabino Brunello, Isan Reynaldo Ortiz Suarez, Diego Flores, Simen Agdestein, Alexander Ipatov, Vasif Durarbayli, Alejandro Ramirez-Alvarez, Larry Christiansen, Jorge Cori, Oliver Barbosa, Eric Hansen, A R Saleh Salem, Ziaur Rahman, Baskaran Adhiban, Leif Erlend Johannessen, Bator Sambuev, Wei Yi, Pouria Darini, Conrad Holt, Jan-Krzysztof Duda, Essam El Gindy, Samy Shoker, Liu Qingnan, Wan Yunguo, Anna Ushenina, Torbjorn Ringdal Hansen, Lou Yiping, Deysi Estela Cori Tello, Akash G, Igor Bjelobrk, Sebbar Ali, Mikhail Markov, Gillan Bwalya

Wesley So
Number of games in database: 479
Years covered: 2003 to 2013
Last FIDE rating: 2710
Overall record: +184 -50 =220 (64.8%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games Based on games in the database; may be incomplete. 25 exhibition games, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.

With the White pieces:
Sicilian (53)
B42 B90 B67 B33 B21
Ruy Lopez (30)
C67 C89 C69 C65 C91
French Defense (18)
C18 C11 C10 C00 C17
Sicilian Najdorf (14)
B90 B93 B96 B97 B99
Slav (14)
D11 D10 D15 D17 D13
Ruy Lopez, Closed (13)
C89 C91 C96 C86 C97
With the Black pieces:
Sicilian (75)
B33 B30 B32 B40 B31
Slav (24)
D11 D15 D12 D10 D17
Grunfeld (22)
D85 D86 D70 D93 D83
Queen's Indian (15)
E15 E12
Nimzo Indian (15)
E32 E41 E53 E35 E21
French Defense (14)
C11 C07 C05 C13 C01

NOTABLE GAMES: what is this?
W So vs M Mahjoob, 2007 1-0
W So vs M Leon Hoyos, 2009 1-0
W So vs Ni Hua, 2008 1-0
W So vs M Prusikin, 2006 1-0
W So vs F El Taher, 2006 1-0
Ivanchuk vs W So, 2009 0-1
Nijboer vs W So, 2009 0-1
W So vs Shirov, 2011 1-0
T Hillarp Persson vs W So, 2009 0-1
Kamsky vs W So, 2009 0-1

World Junior Championship (2007)
World Junior Championship (2008)
2008 Olympiad (2008)
Dubai Open (2008)
World Cup (2009)
8th Asian Continental Chess Championship (2009) Corus (Group C) (2009)
Aeroflot Open (2010)
Tata Steel (Group B) (2011)
French Team Championship (2012)
Reykjavik Open (2013)
Universiade (2013)

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(born Oct-09-1993) Philippines
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Born in Las Pinas to William and Eleanor So, and brought up in Bacoor, Cavite, Wesley So is a Filipino chess prodigy who is the 8th youngest Grandmaster (GM) in history, achieving the GM title at the age of 14 years, 1 month and 28 days. This made him the youngest GM in the world at that time.* He is the Philippines' youngest ever International Master, youngest ever Grandmaster and the youngest ever National Champion. Background

Wesley So's father taught him the moves when he was 7. He started playing rapid tournaments when he was 8 and was competing in junior tournaments when he was 9. The ferocity of his play in the latter attracted the attention of Rodolfo Tan Cardoso He won his FIDE Master title in 2004 when he was 11 and his International Master title in 2006 when he was still 12.


Age In 2003, So became the Philippines U10 Champion. He has competed in World Youth Championships in 2003 (19th in the U10 division), 2004 (14th in the U12 division) and 2005 (=1st in the U12 division). In the 2005 event held in Belfort, he finished equal first in his age group alongside Srinath Narayanan, Sanan Sjugirov and Samvel Ter-Sahakyan with Narayanan taking the title on tiebreak. On 9 May 2007, So won the National Junior Championship at the age of 13 years, 7 months, the youngest to do so until FM Paulo Bersamina won the 2010 edition of that event while still 12. So earned his 2nd GM norm in September 2007, shortly before he turned 14, at the World Junior Championship (2007) (his 1st GM norm being in Germany soon after he turned 13 – see below in the classical tournaments section) held in Yerevan, Armenia.

National So holds the record for the youngest National Champion of the Philippines, first winning the title in 2009 at the age of 15 years, 6 months. He also won the Philippines Championship in 2010 and 2011 after coming second in 2008 and first in the "Battle of the Grandmasters' event in 2008. Starting from 2009, the "Battle of the Grandmasters", previously a separate event, also became the national championship.

Continental In September 2007 while still 13, Wesley played in the Asian Individual Championship (2007) that was held in Cebu and scored a par for rating 6/11, drawing against four GMs and losing to one. He scored a modest 6.5/11 at the 8th Asian Continental Chess Championship (2009) held in Subic Bay but came 2nd by a half point behind Ni Hua in the 9th Asian Continental Championship held in April 2010 to qualify for participation in the 2011 World Cup. He scored 5.5/9, placing =9th in the 10th Asian Individual Championships (2011) in Iran. In May 2012, he played in the Asian Continental Chess Championship (2012) scoring 6/9 and placing =4th (8th on tiebreak).

World In early 2007, he scored 5.5/9 at the Zonal 3.3, narrowly missing both a GM norm and qualification for the World Chess Cup (2007). After qualifying in early 2009 by coming 2nd behind Darwin Laylo in the 3.3 Zonal held in Ho Chi Minh City, Wesley made a splash at the World Cup (2009) by defeating Gadir Guseinov, Vassily Ivanchuk and Gata Kamsky in the first three rounds before falling to Vladimir Malakhov in the rapid game tiebreaker during the round of 16. He defeated Chinese GM Ding Liren in the first round of the World Cup (2011) but lost the second round in a hard fought rapid-game tiebreaker to Russian number 1 and world number 5 GM Sergey Karjakin. So placed 2nd at the Asian 3.3 Zonal held in January 2013 and thereby qualified for the World Cup (2013) where he defeated the 2012 Junior World Champion, Ukrainian-Turkish GM Alexander Ipatov in the first round but lost to Russian GM and eventual semi-finalist Evgeny Tomashevsky in the second round.

Classical Tournaments

So's first foray into the international arena was at the 12th International Open held in Nice in 2005, when he scored 5/7, placing =8th (9th on tiebreak) and adding 35 points to his rating. He finished 2005 at the Singapore International Masters Open, winning the award for the best U12 in the competition and gaining another 37 rating points. In April 2006, he earned his first International Master norm at the powerful 8th Dubai Open (2006) when he scored 5/9. A few weeks later, still 12 years old, he was selected to play in the 2006 Olympiad at Torino (see below). Wesley's 2nd and 3rd IM norms followed in rapid succession at the 2nd San Marino Open (5.5/9) in June 2006 where he also won the award for the best player under 16, and in August 2006 at the 3rd IGB Dato Arthur Tan Malaysia Open Chess Championship in Kuala Lumpur (6.5/11) where he again won the award for the best player U16. At the age of 12 years, 10 months and 13 days, So was the youngest Filipino to achieve the IM title.

So achieved his first GM norm at the Bavarian International Open in Bad Wiessee, Germany in November 2006. Following an average performance at the 3rd Calvia International Open in October 2006, Wesley narrowly missed another GM norm at the GM Tournament in Manila the following month but as consolation won the powerful Prospero Pichay Cup in December 2006. A few days later, Wesley competed in the 3rd Singapore Masters International Open, placing =10th with a score of 6/9, including wins against GMs Susanto Megaranto and Li Shilong. Following his relative success at the Zonal 3.3 – qualifying for the 2007 World Cup but narrowly missing a GM norm - in January 2007 (see above), Wesley performed on par at the Philippines International Open in Subic Bay in April 2007, then came second at the Selection Tournament for 2nd Asian Indoor Games held in Tagaytay in August 2007. So capped his year by earning his third GM norm, and the title, at the 3rd Prospero Pichay Cup International Open in Parañaque City, Philippines in December 2007, scoring 6/9, including 5 draws against his 5 GM opponents. When he earned his title, he became the seventh-youngest GM ever, and the youngest-ever Filipino GM.

2008 was a great year for Wesley So. Starting with a modest 4th at the 1st Leg of the ASEAN Circuit Tournament 2008 (GM Section A) in Kalimantan, he won the Mayor Allen Singson Open Chess Tourney in Candon City and then the Dubai Open (2008) in the United Arab Emirates with a score of 7/9 (TPR 2708), besting an international field that included 23 other grandmasters. In April, he won the "Battle of the Grandmasters" with 8.5/11 (including wins against Rogelio Antonio Jr and Buenaventura Bong Villamayor and a draw against Eugenio Torre) and a match against Susanto Megaranto (details immediately below in the matches section). In May, he came =2nd with 6.5/9 in the 1st Subic International Open half a point behind Jayson Gonzales In July 2008, he came 2nd with 12.5/17 in the National qualifying tournament for the Dresden Olympiad held in November, represented Philippines in that Olympiad, placed =5th in the 4th Prospero Pichay Jr. Cup International played in Manila in September and won the gold medal (+4 =3) for the top board playing for his club Tagaytay city in the Asian Club Cup. In 2009 he won Corus (Group C) (2009) with 9.5/13, one point ahead of fellow prodigy Anish Giri, but then had an average result of 5/9 at Aeroflot Open (2009) before scoring a stunning 9/11 in March at the Battle of the GMs held in Dapitan City. An ordinary 4.5/10 at the SPICE Cup (2009) in Lubbock, Texas was followed by his remarkable debut in the World Cup (see above). 2010 saw him securing a reasonably successful result at Corus (B Group) (2010) where he came 4th with 7.5/13 and at Aeroflot Open (2010), scoring =7th in a huge field of GMs and IMs. His success in the 9th Asian Continental (see above) was followed by winning the 3rd Battle of the Grandmasters in Tagaytay City with 7.5/11. His subsequent results during 2010 were average to ordinary by his standards, although he finished with good results in the preliminary rounds of the Asian Teams Championship in November.

The start of 2011 saw him place =4th in the Tata Steel (Group B) (2011) with a creditable 7.5/13, a point shy of the lead, while his subsequent participation in the Aeroflot Open (2011) was cut short after 6 rounds due to his withdrawal from the event because of exhaustion. Despite that, he achieved excellent results in the subsequent blitz event held after the tournament and in the 17th Asian Cities tournament held in Jakarta a few months later (see below in Team Play). In June 2011, he came =1st alongside Giri and Hans Tikkanen at the 19th Sigeman & Co Chess Tournament (2011) in Sweden. His results since then until the 2012 Quebec Open (see below) have essentially maintained parity with his rating, including 5/10 at the Airports Authority of India (2011) in New Delhi also in June, 9/13 at the Philippine Championship (although he placed first), 6.5/9 in the Indonesian Open, 2nd at the 26th SEA Games 2011 in Indonesia, his drawn match in Illinois against Meier (see below), and his 6/9 at the Asian Continental Chess Championship (2012) where he just missed qualifying for the 2013 World Cup. He scored outright first at the Quebec Invitational Open 2012 with 7.5/9 (TPR 2789), a half point clear of Cuban GM Lazaro Bruzon. In July 2012, he maintained rating parity by placing =3rd (3rd on tiebreak), behind Dutch GM Ivan Sokolov and US GM Alexander Shabalov in the World Open held in Philadelphia in the USA and by winning the 2012 Toronto International Crown. His 5/10 at the SPICE Cup (2012) was basically par for rating. Several months later, an excellent =1st (2nd behind Pavel Eljanov), with 8/10 at the powerful Reykjavik Open (2013) enabled So's rating to surpass 2700 for the first time. In May 2013, So won the 2013 Calgary International Chess Classic with a round to spare with a final score of 8/9 after winning the preliminary blitz bout with 9/9. In June 2013, So participated in and placed =1st (winning on tiebreak) with 5/6 in the 2013 Las Vegas International Open alongside Alejandro Ramirez-Alvarez; Webster colleague and Mexican #1, Manuel Leon Hoyos; Jaan Ehlvest and Varuzhan Akobian.


At the Japfa Chess Festival 2008 held in Jakarta in April 2008, So played the 6-game Japfa Match (2008) against Indonesian GM Megaranto and won by 6-4 (+3 =3). In March 2012 in Skokie, Illinois, in the USA, he played and drew a 4 game match (=4) with German GM Georg Meier.

Team Play

So won a Team Silver Medal and an Individual Gold Medal in the 6th ASEAN Age-Group Chess Championship held in 2004 in Vung Tau in Vietnam. He also won an Individual Gold Medal at the 7th ASEAN Age-Group Chess Championship held in 2005 in Pattaya in Thailand. In August 2007, he won the gold medal for first board for the Philippines at the World Under-16 Olympiad with a phenomenal score of 9.5/10. In 2006, at the age of 12 he became the youngest ever member of the national men's team to participate at the 37th Chess Olympiad (2006), scoring a creditable 3/5 on the reserve board. In March 2007, So won the gold medal playing board 3 after scoring 7.5/9 for Tagaytay – which came second in a field of 18 city teams - in the Asian Cities Team Championship held in Tehran, Iran.** In 2008, he played board 2 for the Philippines at the Dresden Olympiad (2008) and in 2010, board 1 at the Chess Olympiad (2010). In 2009 Wesley played for the Bank of Qingdao team in the Chinese Chess League, scoring 4 points out of the 5 rated games he played. In the 19th Asian Cities Championship held in Jakarta in 2011, Wesley won silver playing top board for his 4th placed (out of 24 city teams) Tagaytay team. So again played board 1 for the Philippines in the 40th Chess Olympiad (2012), scoring 6.5/11 (+2 =9; TPR 2710) and helping the team win bronze in Rating Category B.

Blitz and Rapid Play

So won individual Gold Medals in Rapid Chess in the 6th and 7th ASEAN Age-Group Chess Championship held in 2004 in Vung Tau, Vietnam and in 2005 in Pattaya, Thailand; other awards he won at these two events were a Team Silver for Rapid Chess in 2004 and an Individual Gold Medal for Blitz in 2005. Although his classical score at Calvia in 2006 was average, he won the award for being the best U16 blitz player in the event held immediately afterwards. Toward the end of 2007 after he gained his GM title, Wesley So won the Christmas Invitational Blitz Tournament from a powerful field of IMs and GMs. In addition to winning the international open at Dubai in 2008, he also took third place at the sidelight blitz tournament of that event. Despite withdrawing from the main tournament at Aeroflot 2011, So competed in the blitz event held as a sidelight, placing 5th, 1.5 points behind the winner Shakhriyar Mamedyarov. In the 2011 SEA Games held in Indonesia, So secured the only gold chess medal for the Philippines, winning 9-0 in the blitz event. In 2011 and 2012, he won the ACC Blitz Championship in Ho Chi Minh City, finishing 1st on tiebreak in 2011 and outright first by half a point in 2012. In July 2012, he scored 9/10 to place =1st and share the prize money with Robert Lee Hess at the Blitz Championship held at the World Open Championship in Philadelphia. Later that month, he defeated Ray Robson 23-9 in's 7th Blitz "Death Match". He contested the 2nd Noel Skelton Open, which took place from 31st August to 1st September in Minnesota, and easily won the event with 5/5.

Wesley So is one of the most formidable blitz players on the internet, his best rating on the ICC website clocking in at 3604. His original handle was Wesley16 which he eventually changed to foster-.***


Wesley So's favorite chess books are Nimzovich's <My System> and various books by Mark Izrailovich Dvoretsky. His favorite player is Magnus Carlsen (2009 interview). He is now part of the Webster University chess team, under the SPICE Program run by GM Zsuzsa Polgar.

Rating and Ranking

Wesley So was the youngest player ever to cross the 2600 rating mark, 9 days short of his 15th birthday. On 1 March 2013, So's rating crossed over to 2701 (the 92nd player to achieve 2700).

As of 1 October 2013, So's FIDE ratings are:

Classical: 2706 (#1 Filipino; #2 world Junior; #7 in Asia; world #41);

Rapid: 2642; and

Blitz: 2734.

Live rating:


Interview in 2009 with William Stewart: FIDE tournament records: ; Pinoy Chess; ; * World's Youngest Grandmasters: and World's Youngest GM: article by IM Cardoso: **;; and ***

Wikipedia article: Wesley so

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Game Result Moves Year Event/Locale Opening
1. Negi vs W So 1-0 34 2003 Wch U10 B33 Sicilian 2. W So vs N Galopoulos 0-1 53 2003 Wch U10 C00 French Defense 3. Tim Pipan vs W So 0-1 26 2003 Wch U10 B33 Sicilian 4. D Swiercz vs W So 1-0 73 2003 Wch U10 B33 Sicilian 5. W So vs V Belous 1-0 41 2003 Wch U10 A07 King's Indian Attack 6. W So vs Z Javakhadze 1-0 55 2003 Wch U10 B10 Caro-Kann 7. Mark Ho En Tian vs W So 0-1 31 2004 ASEAN-ch5 U12 B70 Sicilian, Dragon Variation 8. A Rosell vs W So 1-0 43 2004 Wch U12 A80 Dutch 9. Bui Manh Hung vs W So 0-1 44 2004 ASEAN-ch5 U12 B70 Sicilian, Dragon Variation 10. W So vs Md Omar Ak Hafizon Pg ½-½ 57 2004 ASEAN-ch5 U12 B21 Sicilian, 2.f4 and 2.d4 11. Ding Liren vs W So 1-0 23 2004 Wch U12 A04 Reti Opening 12. Do Duc Minh vs W So 0-1 20 2004 ASEAN-ch5 U12 B33 Sicilian 13. W So vs Caruana 1-0 27 2004 WYCC - B12 B21 Sicilian, 2.f4 and 2.d4 14. W So vs Minh Doan Vu Hoang 1-0 35 2004 ASEAN-ch5 U12 A07 King's Indian Attack 15. W So vs O Kanmazalp 1-0 29 2004 Wch U12 B21 Sicilian, 2.f4 and 2.d4 16. S Sjugirov vs W So 1-0 33 2005 Belfort YWCC boys under 12 B30 Sicilian 17. Robson vs W So ½-½ 47 2005 Belfort YWCC boys under 12 B33 Sicilian 18. W So vs J S Chung 1-0 29 2005 ASEAN-ch6 U12 B01 Scandinavian 19. D Lo Kin Mun vs W So 0-1 54 2005 ASEAN-ch6 U12 B33 Sicilian 20. W So vs Mark Ho En Tian 1-0 40 2005 ASEAN-ch6 U12 B01 Scandinavian 21. Duy Linh Dang vs W So 0-1 26 2005 ASEAN-ch6 U12 E41 Nimzo-Indian 22. I Nyzhnyk vs W So 0-1 33 2005 Wch U12 B23 Sicilian, Closed 23. W So vs Y R Chan 1-0 38 2005 ASEAN-ch6 U12 C26 Vienna 24. S Neubronner vs W So 0-1 25 2005 ASEAN-ch6 U12 B33 Sicilian 25. W So vs Zhao Xue 1-0 39 2005 Singapore International Masters Open B93 Sicilian, Najdorf, 6.f4

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So vs A Ipatov, 2013 
(C42) Petrov Defense, 45 moves, 1-0

So vs H Wang, 2012 
(E63) King's Indian, Fianchetto, Panno Variation, 64 moves, 1/2-1/2

oh my
So vs Caruana, 2004 
(B21) Sicilian, 2.f4 and 2.d4, 27 moves, 1-0

my glob
Robson vs So, 2005 
(B33) Sicilian, 47 moves, 1/2-1/2

is that chinaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So vs X Zhao, 2005 
(B93) Sicilian, Najdorf, 6.f4, 39 moves, 1-0

Vachier-Lagrave vs So, 2012
(D31) Queen's Gambit Declined, 39 moves, 1/2-1/2

maxime has many fights against phil
Vachier-Lagrave vs So, 2013 
(B48) Sicilian, Taimanov Variation, 27 moves, 1/2-1/2

my word
A Ipatov vs So, 2013 
(D85) Grunfeld, 59 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2012 
(D81) Grunfeld, Russian Variation, 53 moves, 0-1

phi warriors vs fra magicians first battle so vs maxime
So vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2010 
(D78) Neo-Grunfeld, 6.O-O c6, 64 moves, 1/2-1/2

vietnam vs phi all draw why
Le Quang Liem vs So, 2012
(D44) Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav, 35 moves, 1/2-1/2

i hate you
So vs Le Quang Liem, 2009 
(B52) Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack, 34 moves, 0-1

who are you
So vs Le Quang Liem, 2008 
(C42) Petrov Defense, 27 moves, 1/2-1/2

Le Quang Liem vs So, 2011 
(E06) Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3, 36 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Le Quang Liem, 2012 
(D10) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, 39 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Le Quang Liem, 2012
(A15) English, 41 moves, 1/2-1/2

lekoo my friend
So vs Leko, 2012 
(C89) Ruy Lopez, Marshall, 34 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Aronian, 2012 
(C67) Ruy Lopez, 51 moves, 1/2-1/2

adams m
Adams vs So, 2012 
(B12) Caro-Kann Defense, 51 moves, 1/2-1/2

Ding Liren vs So, 2012 
(D37) Queen's Gambit Declined, 46 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Topalov, 2012 
(E32) Nimzo-Indian, Classical, 48 moves, 1/2-1/2

Topalov vs So, 2010 
(D86) Grunfeld, Exchange, 52 moves, 1/2-1/2

ding ding ding
So vs Ding Liren, 2012 
(E67) King's Indian, Fianchetto, 57 moves, 1/2-1/2

my glob
So vs Ding Liren, 2011 
(E84) King's Indian, Samisch, Panno Main line, 46 moves, 1-0

So vs Ding Liren, 2011 
(E99) King's Indian, Orthodox, Taimanov, 41 moves, 1/2-1/2

me oh my
Ding Liren vs So, 2011
(D39) Queen's Gambit Declined, Ragozin, Vienna Variation, 33 moves, 1/2-1/2

03 30
Ding Liren vs So, 2011 
(E11) Bogo-Indian Defense, 40 moves, 1/2-1/2

Ding Liren vs So, 2004 
(A04) Reti Opening, 23 moves, 1-0

hey you
G Sargissian vs So, 2006 
(E20) Nimzo-Indian, 61 moves, 1-0

So vs G Sargissian, 2011 
(C45) Scotch Game, 26 moves, 1/2-1/2

nasa bewang
So vs I Rogers, 2006 
(B00) Uncommon King's Pawn Opening, 50 moves, 1-0

How So?
H Wang vs So, 2007 
(A04) Reti Opening, 68 moves, 1-0

H Wang vs So, 2008 
(D15) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, 31 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs C Li, 2006 
(C47) Four Knights, 22 moves, 1-0

So vs A Ramirez Alvarez, 2008 
(B04) Alekhine's Defense, Modern, 26 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs C Li, 2008 
(B77) Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack, 18 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs C Li, 2011 
(D72) Neo-Grunfeld,, Main line, 34 moves, 0-1

So vs E Torre, 2008 
(C80) Ruy Lopez, Open, 38 moves, 1/2-1/2

wan dela cruz
So vs M Paragua, 2008 
(C17) French, Winawer, Advance, 58 moves, 1-0

mark pario
M Paragua vs So, 2009 
(B52) Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack, 31 moves, 1/2-1/2

adibihan yow
So vs B Adhiban, 2008 
(C28) Vienna Game, 72 moves, 1-0

45 yo
B Adhiban vs So, 2011 
(D43) Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav, 52 moves, 1-0

dirmity ?
So vs D Andreikin, 2009 
(B42) Sicilian, Kan, 18 moves, 1/2-1/2

hey macarena
D Andreikin vs So, 2009 
(B13) Caro-Kann, Exchange, 17 moves, 1/2-1/2

ang macanao macaing macarena
So vs D Andreikin, 2010 
(A55) Old Indian, Main line, 86 moves, 1/2-1/2

zaven sister
Z Andriasian vs So, 2013 
(B25) Sicilian, Closed, 28 moves, 1/2-1/2

50 50 50 50 50 50
Z Andriasian vs So, 2013 
(A07) King's Indian Attack, 51 moves, 0-1

hey hey
So vs Z Andriasian, 2009 
(B31) Sicilian, Rossolimo Variation, 36 moves, 1/2-1/2

wesley you are our defender
P Marie vs So, 2006 
(B23) Sicilian, Closed, 18 moves, 0-1

waka waka waka
So vs Ivanchuk, 2009 
(D13) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Exchange Variation, 46 moves, 1/2-1/2

Ivanchuk vs So, 2009 
(C01) French, Exchange, 39 moves, 0-1

So vs S Brittner, 2006 
(C18) French, Winawer, 31 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Giri, 2010 
(C42) Petrov Defense, 36 moves, 0-1

Giri vs So, 2010 
(A29) English, Four Knights, Kingside Fianchetto, 44 moves, 1-0

So vs Giri, 2011 
(D45) Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav, 45 moves, 1/2-1/2

Giri vs So, 2009 
(D11) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, 38 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Kamsky, 2009 
(A86) Dutch, 42 moves, 1/2-1/2

Kamsky vs So, 2009 
(C11) French, 53 moves, 0-1

So vs V Malakhov, 2009 
(D10) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, 65 moves, 1/2-1/2

V Malakhov vs So, 2009 
(A15) English, 38 moves, 1/2-1/2

V Malakhov vs So, 2009 
(D12) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, 32 moves, 1-0

V Malakhov vs So, 2009 
(A04) Reti Opening, 55 moves, 1-0

So vs V Malakhov, 2009 
(D15) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, 60 moves, 0-1

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J Gonzales vs So, 2008 
(A38) English, Symmetrical, 41 moves, 0-1

J Gonzales vs So, 2009  
(D12) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, 52 moves, 0-1

Karjakin vs So, 2008 
(B33) Sicilian, 42 moves, 1/2-1/2

Karjakin vs So, 2011 
(B12) Caro-Kann Defense, 38 moves, 1-0

So vs Karjakin, 2011 
(E32) Nimzo-Indian, Classical, 26 moves, 1/2-1/2

Karjakin vs So, 2011 
(C11) French, 31 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Karjakin, 2011 
(E06) Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3, 22 moves, 1/2-1/2

Y Hou vs So, 2009 
(C11) French, 50 moves, 1/2-1/2

Y Hou vs So, 2011 
(C26) Vienna, 52 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Y Hou, 2011 
(E06) Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3, 47 moves, 1/2-1/2

E Torre vs So, 2009 
(D15) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, 36 moves, 0-1

Y Yu vs So, 2009 
(B40) Sicilian, 40 moves, 1/2-1/2

Y Yu vs So, 2010
(B90) Sicilian, Najdorf, 30 moves, 1/2-1/2

Y Yu vs So, 2013 
(C65) Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense, 22 moves, 1/2-1/2

V Akobian vs So, 2009
(D15) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, 35 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs V Akobian, 2010 
(D34) Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch, 33 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs V Akobian, 2009 
(C10) French, 41 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Y Wang, 2010 
(C67) Ruy Lopez, 52 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Y Wang, 2010
(C42) Petrov Defense, 35 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Gelfand, 2010 
(C43) Petrov, Modern Attack, 21 moves, 1/2-1/2

Gelfand vs So, 2010
(D45) Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav, 25 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs A Filippov, 2009 
(C97) Ruy Lopez, Closed, Chigorin, 40 moves, 1-0

Tomashevsky vs So, 2010 
(D12) Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, 24 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Tomashevsky, 2013 
(C89) Ruy Lopez, Marshall, 23 moves, 1/2-1/2

Tomashevsky vs So, 2013 
(D97) Grunfeld, Russian, 51 moves, 1-0

So vs Robson, 2010 
(B76) Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack, 27 moves, 1-0

Robson vs So, 2010 
(B94) Sicilian, Najdorf, 32 moves, 0-1

Svidler vs So, 2010 
(B12) Caro-Kann Defense, 50 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Svidler, 2010 
(A04) Reti Opening, 16 moves, 1/2-1/2

Onischuk vs So, 2010 
(E32) Nimzo-Indian, Classical, 32 moves, 1-0

So vs Onischuk, 2010 
(E06) Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3, 43 moves, 1/2-1/2

Caruana vs So, 2010 
(D45) Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav, 49 moves, 1-0

Caruana vs So, 2011 
(E06) Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3, 30 moves, 1/2-1/2

So vs Caruana, 2011 
(C53) Giuoco Piano, 31 moves, 1/2-1/2

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