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Patrick Wolff vs David Bronstein
Wijk aan Zee (1992), Wijk aan Zee NED
Sicilian Defense: Lasker-Pelikan. Sveshnikov Variation (B33)  ·  1-0
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Feb-08-03  ChessPraxis: Remove that guard!
Feb-09-03  tdanford: Ah... Patrick Wolff. The man who (indirectly) introduced me to chess (I watched an ABC Nightline episode in which he played a quick game against Maurice Ashley, and that got me hooked).

I wonder if he still plays professionally anymore? I had a friend who worked with him at a Silicon Valley start-up two years ago, who said he was going around challenging novices to games, and then giving him copies of his book(s). <sigh>

Mar-22-11
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  FSR: How many young American GMs can say they've beaten Tal, Bronstein, and Korchnoi? Very cool.
Mar-18-12
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  wordfunph: "It is always an honor to play one of the Chess Immortals, even when they have clearly passed their prime. I wish that I could have met David Bronstein at the height of his powers, but I am glad to have recorded a game with him."

- GM Patrick Wolff

Source: Wolff! The American Grandmaster Series by Wolff

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