Wesley So Advances to World Cup Semi-Finals

Photo Anastasia Karlovich

Wesley So has advanced to the World Cup semi-finals in Tblisi, Georgia. Wesley defeated Vladimir Fedoseev of Russia in the second game of their quarterfinal match, and now the 23-year-old American superGM has a couple days to rest and prepare before facing Ding Liren in the semifinals, starting on Tuesday, September 19.

In the semi-finals, So faces Ding Liren of China. Levon Aronian and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave will play for the other spot in the final. The semifinals begin on Tuesday, September 19 at 7 AM EST. Monday, September 18 is a rest day at the World Cup. 

 

Comments

  1. as usual…wesley playing for the Am flag but pinoy by heart…my pleasure to play wesley during his 25 boards simul in las vegas in the year 2013-2014?…the time he won the 1st millionaire’s championships…final 4….

  2. Just a general comment on this site. It’s so slow in responding to news events such as big tournament results that this is not dynamic. I.E> It’s 4 days since the semi-final match and not a peep from this site as continuation of this piece. Who goes to site with 4-day old (and counting) news? Doesn’t make sense. You have a web editor, it’s the least you can do.

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