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Jeroen Piket vs Samuel Reshevsky
Lugano op (1987), Lugano SUI, rd 9, Mar-??
Queen's Indian Defense: Kasparov-Petrosian. Classical Variation (E12)  ·  1-0


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Jan-08-13  Caissanist: If you accept the story that the grandmaster title was originated in 1914 for the five finalists at Saint Petersburg, then Reshevsky was apparently the first player to play GMS born more than 100 years apart. He played Lasker at Nottingham 1936, and Piket here.
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  Phony Benoni: If you restrict this to only players with the FIDE Grandmaster title, I'll start the bidding with Arnold Denker for Denker vs Mieses, 1945 and Denker vs Adams, 1989. Mieses was born in 1865, Adams in 1971.

The first game between two players who later achieved the FIDE GM title may have been Maroczy vs Mieses, 1900.

Nov-30-17  Saniyat24: wow checkmating Reshevsky...what a strong position did Jeron Piket found himself in the ending....!
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  Sularus: teen-aged jeroen vs a 75- or 76-year old sam... 9th round to boot
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