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« Reply #21 on: June 01, 2017, 02:22:28 PM »
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maayo na lang wa ko ma igo sa friendly fire niadtong gi agi-an naho nga AMBUSH sauna. when the phil. army helicopter gunships came to our rescue. pagka taas jud sa ahong swerte. nia, miabot na ko sa edad nga 65. ang minahal nakong amigo nga si bokatch taud taud na pong mi pahulay. wa jud kaabot aning edara. on our next issue i will post the full story of AMBUSH in connection w/ our

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w/c is now on its 4th year. pagka human gud sa rene econg chess tournament held at island city mall, ako pong gi pa chess tournament sa maribojoc aron pasidunggan pod naho ang ahong amigo. nag padala ko ug kwarta sa ahong sinaligan sa maribojoc, si yolie chiu thru western union. yol, diay kwarta, pag chess tournament mo diha. mao nga sa unang jesus anquilero chess tournament, naka attend si bokatch. igo ra jud  kay sa sunod tuig, namatay pod si bokatch. wa mamatay sa bala, namatay sa sakit. i am wondering kong wala pa ko mo quit sa phil. army, tingali patay na pod ko or maybe go on to become a general in the phil. army. just kidding. unsaon nato pagka general nga boloktoryan man ta.

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« Reply #22 on: June 02, 2017, 02:18:11 AM »
successful ang test flight sa toy helicopters. namalit ko ug copters, barato ra gud. tag 50 cents each. 300 ka bo-ok. i will try to recreate the ambush at maribojoc gym inig dula sa tubagbohol.com anda vs. bokatch maribojoc. mang lopad ang mga copters mag siga siga. kay naa may blinking lights. pawong ang suga sa gym. so i think pretty pretty ni tanawon. hihihihi. tanang maka ilog sa copters naa nay makuhang ganti sama sa nike shoes, 5 ka kilong bugas, kwarta nga dollar ug peso. bisan unsa lang gud.

kong kinsa ninjo diha nga naay kaila nga bata maayo mo duwa ug chess, dalikyat lang sa maribojoc. pilay pad sija maoy mo daug ug maka kuha sa 1st prize nga P5000. ginagmay lang nga premyo kay wa pa man ta kadaug sa lotto. sa ngadto ngadto, inig kakita nato ug kwarta. himoon natong P25000 ang 1st prize. buhi-on lang ta sa GINOO, taga-an pa ug logway ang hinulaman natong kinabuhi, mo abot jud ning panahona. i want to encourage our children to play chess and basketball. exercise their mental and physical abilities para maka likay sila sa drugs

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« Reply #24 on: June 02, 2017, 10:25:54 PM »
pila ka buwan ra ko sa phil. army, boss mike. pagka tilaw naho ug AMBUSH, sibat ko dajon sa army. wa na ko mag dugay. mao nga mi balik ko ug eskwela, timing bag-o nga ga open ang PMI Colleges, credited ahong civil eng'g subjects sa UB, kuha ko ug marine eng.g. so i became a sailor pagka human sa soldier. diha nay dollar from seaman, put up ug negosyo, nahimo na pong salesman.

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« Reply #25 on: June 02, 2017, 10:45:01 PM »
my life has been one long adventure. ug karon nga tiguwang na, i'm starting to enjoy it. savor the fruits of my labor. giving is my passion. malipay na ko makahatag bisan unsa lang. bisan ginagmay basta naa. mao ni kanunay nahong salida inig uli sa maribojoc, maka bakasyon. mag pa duwa ug bbol ug chess. never dreamed i would reach this stage in life. sauna nga pobre pa intawon ko, walay mo pick up nga team para sa maribojoc CHRISTmas bbol league. kay bisan pobre ka kong maayo ka mo duwa, daghang mo ponit nimo. conversely kong banga ka mo duwa pero datu, maka solod gihapon ka ug team. unja kay banga man lagi pod ko, sagok-oy lang sa daplin.

pero ma ibog man jud ko ug bbol, ang ahong gibuhat at one time, diha koy t-shirt nga pareha ug color sa kahayag team, ahong gi "embroider" pod . pag labay sa team sa among balay sa eskina, mi insert ko uban sa parade of athletes around the streets. guba ang nawong sa coach kay na ngil-ad ang hitsora sa team. hihihi

karon, kayang kaya mo dala ug mga barkada from cebu, palitan ug uniforms, gasto-an ug pamasahe round trip cebu tagbilaran ug kaon inom nga way limit. last time nahong salida, when my cebu team got beaten by the maribojoc selection by 1 shot, gasto ko ug P20000 kaon ug inom sa gillian restaurant sa lincod, maribojoc. dala mang pa view sa pagumangkon nga gwaffa sa tagija . oh my, sobra na ang asenso ni balonglong tikongkong. GOD has been so good to me. i can do whatever i want because i have money. and what i'm doing now is campaigning against drugs thru sports.

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« Reply #31 on: June 07, 2017, 04:35:08 PM »
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gi post sa ahong batabata sa FB ang ahong gipadala nija nga kwarta by western union, aho pong e post dinhi...hihihi. i like giving money. this practice has brought me luck. dili man tingali ni mahitabo sa tanan, but in my case, tinood ni. nga ug manghatag ka, it will come back to you ten times, a hundred times. mao nga mo angay ko manghatag ug kwarta kay mobalik pod naho ang kwarta. as long as i live, dili na ko mahotdan ug kwarta because of my knowledge. i earn my daily bread in the stock market trading penny stocks.

last time nga mi salida ko sa maribojoc for my double program of chess and basketball, usa ka batan-on miduol naho. bals, wa na ka kaila naho sa. ingon pod ko, wa na jud. katawa sija. imo kong silingan. anak ko ni mike ug ni ellen. unja estorya sija. kasabot man ko sa imong gibuhat ba. pero lopig ka naho kay motor jud ahong gihatag. seaman diay sija. unja pag uli, gitagaan nija ug motor ijang amigo para himoong habal habal. katawa ko ug doro. kana maoy bata. he learned a lesson from me. that we should share our blessings

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« Reply #32 on: June 07, 2017, 04:37:48 PM »
at least, sa pila na ka tuig nahong salida, naa na koy usa ka disipolo, wa ko ma zero   hihihihihi

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« Reply #33 on: June 07, 2017, 04:46:40 PM »
wala pa jud mahuman ning estorya sa ambush. saad ra ba naho nga humanon ni. i dont know. maybe im just trying to block the memory of that day, the terror and fear that i experienced. dili man ko hadlokan but on that memorable day w/c became a turning point of my life, nag korog korog jud ko sa kahadlok, naka ihi ko sa ahong karsones. i told myself, di na ko kauli ug maribojoc ani. naa koy  amigo nga manghod pa naho also from maribojoc, sundawo, patay pod sa engkwentro. dugay na sijang namatay. bata pa.

so when i think of how fragile life is, i try to live my life the best way i could by always sharing my blessings. kay mao man ni sugo sa atong GINOO nga tabangan nato ang atong isig ka tawo, especially the poor

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So won the U.S. chess championship in April and is now ranked No. 2 in the world. (JOEL SAGET/AFP/Getty Images)

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MINNETONKA, Minn. — This ruthless man is very tranquil. He falls asleep easily around the world in seats unsuited for sleeping. He giggles a child’s treble giggle when you don’t expect. He asks charming novice questions about baseball. He can speak measuredly at length or speak not at all, while sanguine with either. His capable wit emerges only on soft occasion. Chess people rave about his surpassing calm.

It seems the only place to avoid Wesley So would be the other side of a chessboard. There, he will take his tranquility and shred you with it. There, he seems to avoid grimacing, or sighing, or running his hands through his hair, or all the things people tend to do when presented with high ambition, time limits and the eternal 64-square puzzle.

So has risen, at 23, to No. 2 in the world, lodged behind only 26-year-old Norwegian Magnus Carlsen, who has been No. 1 for almost the whole 2010s. At the barbaric board, So has stormed into a realm found by only 11 other humans, a peak Elo rating of above 2800, a mastery of a game so bloody violent.

“Oh, it’s a violent game!” said Lotis Key, So’s adoptive mother, formerly a movie actress in the Philippines who immigrated to the United States in the 1980s. “Extremely. I say this game has an undercurrent of violence that is unsurpassed in any ball sport. It’s a very violent game, very aggressive . . . This is, once you start, someone’s got to die here. And on his level, even a draw is a small death, because he loses points when he draws. When you’re that high, drawing is like losing.”

In this savage pursuit, So, a calm native Filipino who plays under the U.S. chess federation — and credits the latter with enabling his upsurge — went unbeaten for 67 matches in a row in elite play from last July to this April. He won major events in St. Louis (August) and London (December) and the Netherlands (January), then won the U.S. championship in St. Louis in April. He won and won without bombast, even if his knight-takes-F2 move in a round in April in St. Louis did stoke rapture from all those people who know precisely why a knight-takes-F2 move could stoke rapture. With fellow bright lights Fabiano Caruana (No. 4 in the world) and Hikaru Nakamura (No. 9), So has helped make one hell of an American chess era while still not American just yet. He did all this while waking sometimes in his adoptive home here and getting going on his eight hours of chess study such that his adoptive mother tells him, “You should really wash your face first.”

“‘Oh, okay,’” Key quotes So’s usual response, as she sits across the cafe table from him at a library near Minneapolis.


His own voice sounds calming, soothing, something you might prefer on the radio if you wake in the wee hours, as when he says, “It’s my first time winning the U.S. championship, so I feel like I accomplished something, hopefully, because all the great local players starting in the early 1920s have won this tournament, and I’d never won it yet. So right now I’m, by rating, the number one player in the U.S., but I feel if I didn’t win the U.S. championship, it’s not validating my profession.”

With the profession further validated, they completed the post-tournament hubbub, made arrangements to depart St. Louis, got the taxi to the plane, stood in line, boarded, took off and only then, Key said, “He’ll turn to me, and say, ‘Oh my, I actually won it.’ We were on our way to Azerbaijan.”

‘He’s still improving’
Even among the chess-initiated, So’s calm stands out.

“There’s almost a seeming effortlessness to his ascent that’s a bit surprising to me,” said Daniel Lucas, the director of publications at the United States Chess Federation. “I think about Joe DiMaggio or Roger Federer who make what they do look easy, when what they’re doing is extraordinarily hard.”


“I wouldn’t say like a machine, but he is very precise, very precise, and I think that’s something unique about him,” said Alexander Onischuk, the American grandmaster from Ukraine who coaches the chess team at Texas Tech, and who opposed So in the U.S. final in April. “He doesn’t make big mistakes. He makes minor mistakes from time to time. We all do. But I’ve never seen him make a big mistake, a big blunder. That is very impressive. And look, all his results are very stable.”

 

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So facing off  last August against Garry Kasparov, who tweeted: ‘Bad news for opponents, he’s still improving.’ (Nick Schnelle/AP Images for Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis)

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“It always looks like he’s half playing the game and half thinking about a pleasant memory,” said Tony Rich, the executive director of the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of St. Louis, the organizing body for the U.S. title event. Rich finds So “self-effacing,” and fancies a story of when So played a post-tournament exhibition last year against consensus best-player-ever Garry Kasparov, and Kasparov looked the more theatrical of the two. “He doesn’t try to play the flashy move just to make everyone happy,” Rich said. “He plays very concretely. He just seems to play the right move at the right time.”

Thus did Kasparov tweet last December, in congratulating So on the Grand Chess Tour win in London, “He showed great consistency and, bad news for opponents, he’s still improving.”


On Thursday, So and Key made off for Norway and then a binge of events in Europe. It’s plausible that over the Atlantic, he contorted himself into some posture that allowed for sleep, and slept. “Oh my g***,” Key said. “When we’re on our way to church in the car — yeah, he can fall asleep anywhere, anytime, night or day, within seconds. And everybody starts laughing in the car” — that includes Key’s husband, Renato Kabigting, and their daughter, Abbey — “because we can see Wesley’s head. He’ll be talking and then the sudden …” She droops her head. “And we’re all like [whispering]. I always say he must have a good conscience somewhere in there, because he does not struggle with complete blackout.”

“Do you dream about chess?”

“Never,” he said.

After a brief discussion on sleep — he also does so in taxis, lounges, so on — it comes up that he’s No. 2 in a world of 7 billion.

“Well, not all of them play chess,” he deadpans.

Then: “Well, I never thought I would be number two. But now that I’m here, I want to try to be number one. I’m not entirely satisfied with number two. I mean, I’m very happy to get there, but I hope I can reach further.”

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‘It’s pretty disciplined’
So has emerged from out of the chess way, with less of the formal chess training. A shy boy who took up the game in earnest around age 8 and would wake to study chess books and whatnot, he turned up as part of the Philippines team at the Chess Olympiad in Turin, Italy, in 2006, at age 12. By January 2012, when he prepared to venture to the United States to play for chess powerhouse Webster University in St. Louis, he held a world ranking of No. 98. He refers to that as low, revealing an elite athlete’s mind-set.

That mind-set seems to have taken itself into the pool at his adoptive family’s local gym. When So moved to Minnesota with Key’s and Kabigting’s family, he couldn’t swim, a reality odd to Key given a homeland of 7,107 islands. Now he swims nonstop for about a mile, they say.

“Backstroke, and also front-stroke,” he said charmingly.

“Ah, well,” he said, “chess is not just about playing. It’s other aspects. I have to improve my mental state. I have to be tougher, more confident, more comfortable playing the top guys. More experienced. Out of the top 10 or top 20 in the world, I have the least experience out of all of it. I’ve only been a chess professional for two-and-a-half years. . . . And I also need to improve my physical conditioning, because each game can last to anywhere up to six hours and each tournament usually has around 10 games, so that’s a lot of work, and the person with more energy in the last hour has a lot of advantage.”

Further: “And also, I need to improve my chess skills, too, my end game. And my middle game. Knowing when to take risks, knowing when not to take risks, and finding my own style. In chess, every player has their own style. Some people can be really aggressive, while others can be more calm. I think I tend to play more quietly, and I tend to play longer, like more solidly. I don’t just go out there and . . . ”

He trailed off there.

“I don’t really start the game with a bang,” he said earlier. “I don’t go for all-out complications at a very early stage of the game. I mean, some players just want to fight: You know, it’s either a win or a loss, it’s very unstable.”

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So: ‘I need to improve my chess skills, too, my end game. And my middle game. Knowing when to take risks, knowing when not to take risks, and finding my own style.’ (Brian Cahn/AP)



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