Analyzed: Jeffery Xiong vs. Wesley So – Round 9 US Chess Championship 2017

GM Pepe Cuenca of Spain is ecstatic with excitement as he analyzes and explains this great win by Wesley So, playing as black, against the United State’s most promising youngster, Jeffery Xiong.

He calls this game one of the best finishes in chess in the last year or two.

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