Think Positive! It Actually Works
I wrote last week about Wesley So’s loss by forfeit in round nine of the U.S. chess championship in St. Louis. It’s only fair, then, to note that the 21-year-old So, one of the top 10 players in the world, has been on a tear ever since. He won his final two games in St. Louis, and now three of his first four at the Gashimov Memorial in Azerbaijan, one of the strongest tournaments of the year. His current score of 3.5 puts him in first place, ahead of the world champion. In other words, he’s been playing great.
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