Monday, November 4, 2019

Tweet Scoop: Cavite-born, Now Playing for the US, Wesley So is First FIDE World Fischer Random Chess Champion

Image courtesy of Twitter: FIDE_chess

49 comments:

  1. This guy is a big loss sa philippine sports

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Because we didnt fund him properly unlike the athletes we have now.Nawala ang budget para sa kanya back then.

      Delete
  2. 'Murica represent! USA!!! USA!!! USA!!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Isinuka sya ng Pilipinas, teh. Di masuportahan ng PSC tapos inampon ng USA, pero Pinoy pa talaga ang bitter nung nagsucceed ung bata. Crab mentality defined

      Delete
    2. Are you insulting or cheering 1:11 ? Decide

      Delete
    3. Stupidity of the previous PSC.Asan budget nyan? Kaya nawala sa Pilipinas yang bata.

      Delete
  3. If it wasn't for the lack of support from our government di sana PH ang nirerepresent ni So ano? #sayang

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. priority nila kasi ang basketball kahit dehado ang mga pinoy sa tangkad at galing ng iba. ang dami pa namang sports na akma sa lakas natin na pwedeng pagtuunan ng pansin at pondo.

      Delete
    2. 1:16 Dont even get me started. Napapaflex tuloy ako (then kisses biceps). Hidilyn D

      Delete
  4. Ito tlaga nakakaproud.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Ayan na naman mentality ng mga pinoy basta nakilala na ikiclaim agad

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. try mo igoogle kung bakit ang US na ang nirerepresent nya. dahil sa kawalan ng support from the Sports Commission and rampant corruption kaya cya napilitang pumunta ng US pra ipursue ang sport nya.

      Delete
    2. Atey, dati nyang nirerepresent ang Pinas kaso wla yatang suporta kaya nagpuntang US. Jusko puro basketball lang alam natin jan, wla namng panalo. ✌️

      Delete
    3. Wait, you sounded like di mo kilala si Wesley So. I get what you mean pero di yun yung issue.

      Delete
    4. well that's what you think. if you're aware of the current events or into sports way back 2007, his name muat ring a bell to you. that he became thw youngest GM in the country, beating the record of Mark Paragua who's also now based in the US. We don't claim him just because he got recognized at present times but because we know his journey. You say such things because you don't know anything about him.

      Delete
    5. Anonymous November 4, 2019 at 2:19 AM
      Pero ang masakit US ang nirerepresent nya
      Sorry not Philippines

      Delete
    6. For a time lumabas sya SA media para humingi Ng support SA Philippine sports...syempre Waley. Ayan kinuha na sya... nag plead pa Yan na Sayang talent nya. Tapos Yung kinukuha na sya Ng US nagsabi pa sya again

      Delete
    7. True 2:19. He's the one who got away ng Philippine Athletics. Sayang. He WANTED to play for the PH, but dude needs to earn too, he needs financial support. At hindi maibigay ng PH government for some crazy reason. Soooo...sayonara PH.

      Delete
    8. Anon 10:04, when was this?

      Delete
    9. Yes 10.20am sya ang The One who Got Away ng ph sports..baka di pa huli ang lahat. Baka pede pa sya bumalik sa tin

      Delete
  6. Lintek talaga tong pinas walang support sa mga talented na Pinoy, kaya nalilipat as ibang bansa. Happy for Wesley So though, congratulations!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Aww yan napapala ng malalang corruption sa sports body sa pinas. Nawawala mga deserving na players natin.

    ReplyDelete
  8. At least di na siya mag courtesy call dito tapos ipapag fist pose sa palasyo. Yuck. Hahaha. Congrats to him!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. 2:21 and your point is? Go somewhere else if you're not happy here. Bye!

      Delete
    2. Duh! Hindi ang administrasyong ito ang nagpabaya sa kanya noh. Mas yuck ka masyado kang assuming.

      Delete
    3. 7:27 DDS much, dear?

      Delete
  9. Akala ko nirerepresent nya ang Pinas hindi pala. Diba dati natin Syang chess player? 😭

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes, pero ayaw sya suportahan ng phil sports commission kaya napunta sya sa us

      Delete
  10. Alagang alaga sya sa US
    Kung ako rin sa US na ako mag ri repsesent
    Hay naku puro kaso basketball ina atupag ng commission natin

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Basketball na puros talo ang yayabang pa ng ibang players. 😂

      Delete
  11. I don't like him. Hindi nya kelangan i denounce ang citizenship because of corruption.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. He loves chess. Pumunta sya kung saan sya aalagaan at makakapagcompete ng maayos. Anong mali doon? Magiging stagnant talent nya dito, such a waste if di cya magttrain abroad

      Delete
    2. Kung ako rin naman mas irerepresent ko ang bansa kung saan nakatanggap ako ng support at nakarecognize sa talent ko. Wag kang panationalistic jan.

      Delete
    3. Wag kang mag-alala 6:53 hindi ka rin niya gusto, mas malala pa, ni hindi ka nga niya kilala! #DaWho 💁‍♀️💁‍♀️

      Delete
    4. Syempre, public figure sya so malamang ang public may opinion about him kung gusto nila sya or hindi. GAMITIN ANG UTAK, WAG PURO EMOSYON. Masyado kang butthurt.

      Delete
  12. Dapat Japan din represent nung gymnast na nakagold, since Japan at Japanese ang nagtrain sa kanya. parang di namna nag ambag pinas. just saying.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yung nagtrain sa Japan atey may suporta yan ng kasalukuyang gobyerno kaya nakakpagtrain sa ibang bansa. Yang c Wesley WALEY TALAGA nung dating admin kaya pumuntang US. Ngayon ang daming bitter sa kanya.

      Delete
    2. Di ba nagoffer ung Japan Olympic Association ng scholarship sa kanya para i-train sya.

      Delete
  13. Congrats, wesley so! The Philippines truly didnt deserve you. Sorry sa corruption dito at kinailangan mong magibang bansa. Thank you for still being proud of your Filipino roots.

    ReplyDelete
  14. well magaling nga siya sa chess ng buhay hehe

    ReplyDelete
  15. sana one day bumalik siya sa Pinas para tumulong sa mga batang nangangailangan din ng suporta gaya niya dati

    ReplyDelete
  16. Ofcourse irerepresent nya US, he is already a US citizen, he used to represent Ph pero sobrang kulang ng funding ng govt natin para sa mga ganyan klaseng sports. He use to compete na ang funding nya is from their own pockets. And when they were offered a greencard 3-5 yrs ago, ofcourse tatanggapin nila yun, let's just be happy for him.

    And yes, I know him personally.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Panay na lang kasi basketball at football sinusuportahan ng govt. Lagi naman tayo kulelat don. Never tayong mananalo sa basketball. Tapos ngayon claim natin to . Kita mo na si Yulo sa Japan din nag train kaya nanalo. Basketball pa more!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hindi rin po masyado sinusuportahan ang football nakakalungkot samantalang improving na talaga ang ranking natin sa Asia sa FIFA. :(

      Delete
    2. Excuse me BUT FOOTBALL DON'T DESERVE THE ATTENTION OF FILIPINOS BECAUSE WHEN AZKALS WERE STARTING TO GET THE GAME NOTICED HERE, ALL OF YOU "ELITE FOOTBALL ENTHUSIASTS" WERE CONSTANTLY MOCKING AND BASHING NEWBIE FANS, CALLING THEM NAMES. YOU FEEL SO ENTITLED BECAUSE YOU GOT TO KNOW THE SPORT FIRST SO NOW THAT FILIPINOS ARE BACK TO IGNORING FOOTBALL AGAIN, I SAY IT SERVES YOU RIGHT AND I HOPE THAT SPORT WILL NEVER GAIN POPULARITY IN THIS COUNTRY EVER AGAIN! There, I said it!

      Delete

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...