Wesley So (2815.4) wins #USChessChamps after beating Alexander Onischuk on tiebreaks 1.5:0.5.

Wesley So (2815.4) wins #USChessChamps after beating Alexander Onischuk on tiebreaks 1.5:0.5.

Wesley So takes $50,000! Final standings & winnings for the 2017 USChessChamps

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ch-USA 2017 (Saint Louis USA) Wed 29th Mar 2017 - Sun 9th Apr 2017 - Official Site

ch-USA TB 2017 (2 players 2 Rds Match Indiv TC: 25m+5spm) - Games in PGN: TB Games |

2017 US Championships Playoffs Live!  
ch-USA TB 2017 Saint Louis
So, Wesley - Onischuk, Alexander 1-0 31 A18 English Opening
Onischuk, Alexander - So, Wesley ½-½ 64 A07 Barcza System
ch-USA TB 2017 Saint Louis (USA), 10 iv 2017
Name Ti NAT Rtg 1 2 Pts Perf
So, Wesley g USA 2822 1 ½ 2860
Onischuk, Alexander g USA 2667 0 ½ ½ 2629
 
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Loved working with Jennifer, Yasser, and Cristian and the whole team at the most exciting US Championships ever!

Maurice Ashley‏  
U.S. Championship 2017
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