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Nina Myers
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  1. memorable games of So
    Don't feel bad. A lot of people have no talent!

    [Collection closed]

    0 games,

  2. Nina Myers' collected Sogasms
    Sarcasm and Sogasm are my two favourite 'asms.

    I'm the biggest So fan, obviously.

    This collection was created on April 20th, 2015 and will content all his wins on his road to become chess world champion.

    /sarc spotted


    Jan-23-11 Wesley So

    User: Wesley So: <Nina Myers: What a wonderful day, So lost!!! I hope he won't recover!!! Failipino So-so> Haha that is a good one. How about failanatic? And thanks but I like my name,at least I can be used in most sentences and I only have one name. I like this Nina Meyers guy and thanks for making me a game collection.You are really funny I wish I can meet you in person I just wonder if you are a failipino as well. :)>

    Wesley So

    19 games, 2015-2019

  3. So's failures
    If a book about failures doesn't sell, is it a success?

    Best of <So is failure>

    Don't miss the <memorable games of So>


    A more political correct collection: Game Collection: 0 /LOL


    [Event "College Final Four 2014"]
    [Site "New York USA"]
    [Date "2014.04.05"]
    [Round "2.2"]
    [White "So, Wesley"]
    [Black "Akshayraj, Kore"]
    [Result "0-1"]
    [ECO "D94"]
    [WhiteElo "2738"]
    [BlackElo "2486"]
    [PlyCount "46"]
    [EventDate "2014.04.05"]
    [WhiteTeam "Webster University"]
    [BlackTeam "University of Maryland"]

    1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 d5 4. Nf3 Bg7 5. e3 O-O 6. Bd2 Be6 7. Qb3 dxc4 8. Qxb7 Nbd7 9. Ng5 Bf5 10. e4 e5 11. exf5 exd4 12. fxg6 dxc3 13. gxf7+ Rxf7 14. bxc3 Rb8 15. Qc6 Qe7+ 16. Be2 Ne5 17. Qe6 h6 18. Qxe7 Rxe7 19. O-O-O hxg5 20. Bxg5 Re6 21. Rd4 Nd3+ 22. Bxd3 cxd3 23. Rxd3 Reb6 0-1

    Fidel Corrales - Wesley So (2014 Bill Wright Saint Louis Open (Round 3)

    1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. exd5 exd5 5. Bd3 Nf6 6. Ne2 O-O 7. O-O Bg4 8. f3 Bh5 9. Nf4 Bg6 10. Nxg6 hxg6 11. Ne2 Nbd7 12. g4 Bd6 13. Kg2 Re8 14. h4 c5 15. c3 Qc7 16. Rf2 Nf8 17. Bg5 c4 18. Bc2 Ne6 19. Qd2 Qe7 20. Ba4 Reb8 21. Rh1 b5 22. Bc2 Re8 23. Bxf6 Qxf6 24. f4 Rab8 25. g5 Qe7 26. Kf1 b4 27. h5 gxh5 28. Rxh5 g6 29. Rh6 Kg7 30. Qe3 Nxg5 31. Qxe7 Bxe7 32. fxg5 Bxg5 33. Rh3 bxc3 34. bxc3 Rb2 35. Ba4 Re6 36. Bd7 Ra6 37. Be8 f5 38. Rg2 Bd2 39. a4 Rb1+ 40. Kf2 Be1+ 41. Kf3 Rb3 42. Rgh2 Bxc3 43. Rh7+ Kf8 44. Bb5 Re6 45. Nxc3 Rxc3+ 46. Kf4 Rd3 47. Rh8+ 1-0


    Game Collection: Steinitz' Rare Defeats.

    Game Collection: How to beat Capa

    Game Collection: Fischer's rare defeats.

    101 games, 2003-2019

  4. So's failures - 2ème partie
    This is the sequel to the fantastic collection of Wesley So's most famous defeats. Game Collection: So's failures
    12 games, 2019-2022

  5. The weakest GM in history - Wesley So
    Wesley So is overrated by everyone because he is short, ugly, and young, But he is really only a 2000 level player who gets lucky a lot. Sometimes he can play OK, but even at his best he is garbage. Not even a 2600 would draw 2000 players the way Weasley, So does. Lotis Key plays better chess than this kid. <So> should go back to checkers.

    Everyone fawns over the loser and parent-disrespecter Wesley So and his Cult of Melisande because of Political Correctness (aka: he has slit-like eyes like all Yellow Perils.) This collection shows how mistaken these loser fans are.

    = = =

    MVL's stance on Wesley So:

    "He is a <typical counterattacking player>, that’s where he feels at ease. If he doesn’t succeed in finding more agressive ideas in the opening, in setting more problems to his opponents, it will not work in Berlin. Of course, he gets positions he could possibly win, <but it might not be sufficient at the Candidates tournament level>, where everybody arrives armed to the teeth.

    By the way, he already had difficulties adapting to his new status in 2017 (Wesley So was world #2 from March to August – Ed.).

    That being said, I noticed that he recently <tried to develop his style, to take a bit more risks, and I feel this is the right direction.> He certainly had enough time to make the same diagnosis than me, namely that he has the technical level to win the Candidates, <but that a little something is still lacking.>

    For my part, I have a very good score against Wesley, who has never beaten me. I often won with black (the first three wins -Ed.). Admittedly, some of these wins are slightly out of date, and when he made his breakthrough to the top level, he generally tightened his game.

    <I’m not convinced by his chances to win in Berlin, <except if he’s able to go further in his opening style change, and to accept the risks associated, namely the increase of technical mistakes.">>

    - MVL

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