Wesley So lost 5 ELO points, while Ding Liren gained 5 to move past Anish Giri and Sergey Karjakin.
After defeating Wesley So in the 2016 China-USA Chess Grandmaster Summit, Chinese GM Ding Liren advanced to spots in the Live Ratings as of today, May 12th, 2016.
Apparently, that event was rated.
Ding Liren is currently at No. 7 in the Live Ratings and moved past Anish Giri of Netherlands and Sergey Karjakin of Russia, the challenger to this year’s crown in the World Championship.
Wesley So, on the other hand, lost 5 ELO points and is still at No. 10 tied with former World Champion Vishy Anand of India with 2770.0.
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