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Alexander Passov vs Jorge E Sammour-Hasbun
Manhattan Chess Club (1991), New York City, NY
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Polerio Defense Yankovich Variation (C58)  ·  0-1
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Sep-28-08  letekro: Awesome!
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  DarthStapler: I think I've seen this game before
Oct-13-11
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  chancho: Had Zamora (now Sammour Hasbun) had the economic resources to further work on his game, he would (imo) have become a Grandmaster and a top US player.

(He did have a few lessons with Mikhail Tal)

He was around 13 years of age when he played this game and the one below:

J Medina-Zamora vs J Bonin, 1991

(he also beat Gata Kamsky, Roman Dzindzichashvili, and Patrick Wolff around this time)

Dec-27-11  TheBish: He was just 11 when he played this game, according to Larry Christiansen in "Storming the Barricades".
Aug-12-14  Ke2: Mutual blunders on move 11,
11. f3!
11... e3!
Aug-12-14  Ke2: Awesome finish though.
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