Super GM Magnus Carlsen and GM Wesley So

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"Magnum of West meets Wizard of East"

Postby geniokov on Fri Apr 18, 2008 6:06 pm

Whatever the outcomes of Wesley So´s tournament record this year,after match with Megaranto...Battle of GM´s...Philippine Open etc.Hope NCFP will arrange an exhibition match between Magnus Carlsen & Wesley So.How about that?It´s about time now for Wesley to show it to the world his extraordinary talent,same like others like Kasparov,Fischer & Magnus Carlsen as well.Just talking about the success of being a "chess prodigy".Remember the old saying"Life change every 7yrs"Once you missed the chance it will never get back again.This time,Wesley must be prepared.....So,it´s about Time!
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Re: Super GM Magnus Carlsen and GM Wesley So

Postby SugarDom on Thu Dec 18, 2008 11:01 pm

Magnus Vs Wesley...

I think pagpupuyatan ito ni Genex at geniokov!!
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Re: Super GM Magnus Carlsen and GM Wesley So

Postby 32pcs64sqsRossi on Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:03 am

If ever a match between Super Kid Magnus and Philippine chess prodigy Wesley happens in the very near future,
this is a great match to watch. Of course Magnus got the swagger and undeniably has all the advantage and experiences
on his bag of tricks. This match, if ever it happens, is to benefit the younger kid and darling of Philippine chess...

Idon't see it happening in the Philippines but European sponsors who are avid chess sponsors and promoters of the game
should take notice, and maybe the kid of Bacoor should be invited on a regular and top notch European Tournaments like
Linares, Hoogovens/Corus, Bali, Dortmund, etc, etc....where good chess is present and generous and avid sponsors of the
game are aware of the benefit and good aspect of promotion.

This is a dream match.
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Re: Super GM Magnus Carlsen and GM Wesley So

Postby SugarDom on Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:40 am

Our manok Wesley will whip Carlsen's ass!

Hehe....
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Re: Super GM Magnus Carlsen and GM Wesley So

Postby 32pcs64sqsRossi on Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:53 am

For a good start, the German League, BUNDESLIGA is good starting ground
for the Wesley kid to take part in the European chess circuit, and gain the
necessary exposure and further develop his skills professionally.

The German League normally invites a horde of international chess players
in their chess circuit.
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Re: Super GM Magnus Carlsen and GM Wesley So

Postby SugarDom on Wed Dec 24, 2008 2:08 am

re BUNDESLIGA - correct ka dyan friend.

Ang masama nga eh si Parimarjan Negi yung counterpart ni Wesley naglalaro na dito.
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Re: Super GM Magnus Carlsen and GM Wesley So

Postby 32pcs64sqsRossi on Wed Dec 31, 2008 11:51 am

The latest Edition January 2009 List of FIDE rated players are just highly inflated. World economy is in recession
but ELO ratings seems not affected, instead INFLATION is the trend. These numbers are just unbelievable.
Well, this is good for chess promotions and sponsorship, as these generous sponsors are pretty much inviting
chess players in the Top 100, world rankings that is. And the the Top 20 Juniors are not ignored either, and most
likely visiting prestigious tournaments for the year 2009.

Magnus Carlsen is comfortably at #4 in the Senior group and of course the Top Dog in the Juniors. Ukrainian
Sergey Karjakin slipped down with his ratings but maintained the #2 spot. Rising French youngster Maxime
LaGrave is at #3. Chinese lad Wang Hao follows at #4. Philippine #1 Wesley So moved up two spots at #9.

Reigning WJCC Abhijeet Gupta of India is at #18. Notably breaking through the 2600 barrier is fellow Indian
and one time world youngest GM Negi Parimarjan. English boy and half Chinese David Howell(twice a victim
on the chessboard by no other than Wesley So!) also made big strides. American/Italian Fabiano Caruana is slowly
making notice of his prescence in the standings at #6. And the Isreali Maxim Rodhstein jumped big time at #5.

These are the youngsters of the world chess. This is fun keeping watch, how these youngsters will progress
sooner than we could expect.
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Re: Super GM Magnus Carlsen and GM Wesley So

Postby geniokov on Wed Dec 31, 2008 12:19 pm

How i wish FIDE might consider a tournament for those all no#1 in each Federation.11 round swiss system.So that it will be more exciting for everybody.This must be done annualy.The positive with this tournament is that every Chessplayer in each Federation will strive to be no#1 when if and only if the World Championship Cycle will be like this,definitely our Whizkid (Wesley So) will meet most of 2700 rating,and even elite Grandmasters in board.A tournament we can called "World Top League"
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Re: Super GM Magnus Carlsen and GM Wesley So

Postby 32pcs64sqsRossi on Wed Dec 31, 2008 6:07 pm

Mr. Geniokov, kindly forward your suggestion to FIDE Guru Kirzyan
Ilzumyunov, that crazy @%*&%$#@ is out of his whacking mind!!!!
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