Junior Speed Chess Championship: Wei Yi vs. Van ForeestChess.Com #Van_ForeestJuly 11, 2019
You can watch Wei Yi vs. Jorden van Foreest on July 10 at 8 a.m. Pacific (17:00 CEST), with expert commentary on Chess.com/TV and Twitch.tv/chess .
Wins against b oth Ian Nepomniachtchi and Alexei Shirov at the 2013 FIDE World Cup in Tromso Winning the 2014 Tromsø Olympiad Winning the 2015 challengers group in Wijk aan Zee Winning team gold at the 2015 World Teams Winning the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Chinese championships Reaching the quarterfinals of the 2015 FIDE World Cup in Baku Winning the 2017 Danzhou super-GM tournament
About his next opponent, Wei said: “He is a talented player, and he is good at opening preparation.
For preparation, Wei plans to check out Van Foreest’s games.
With a classical rating of 2612, the 20-year-old Van Foreest (@joppie2) is number 13 in the world among juniors.
“I don’t know much about Wei Yi except for that he is clearly a very, very strong player,” Van Foreest said.
“It is clear to me that in the first match I was playing much better chess in the 5|1 portion compared to the 3|1 and 1|1 sections,” said Van Foreest.
Like his opponent, Wei feels he is most comfortable in the five-minute games: “Because I have more time to calculate,” he said.
About his match with Praggnanandhaa, the Chinese GM said: “I learned a lot.
But the most important thing is I need to play faster in the three-minutes games.”
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