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Joost Wempe vs Parimarjan Negi
Corus Group C (2005), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 10, Jan-26
Queen's Indian Defense: Spassky System (E14)  ·  0-1

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Kibitzer's Corner
Sep-06-05  DonMac: I can't believe black is a 12 year old!
Jan-12-06  prinsallan: Man!!! The ending is awesome!
Jul-06-06  chessism: Good ending can't imagine a 12 year old doing that
Jul-06-06  fgh: Let me go straight: This guy will become the new Kasparov.
Jul-19-06  Fast Gun: This kid can play !!
Jul-19-06  Chess Classics: <fgh: Let me go straight: This guy will become the new Kasparov.> Too early to tell. He certainly has the talent and motivation, but sometimes it's just not what people want to do. Even Kasparov at some point decided he wanted to do something else.

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Feb-09-20
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  WTHarvey: Black mates in 3.


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32... ?

Feb-09-20  jith1207: Yeah, the kid was smart to move away from chess for his career. Not sure about the smart part, but it was not as lucrative and exciting for Indian GMs in his childhood as it is now. Goes to show how difficult it is to predict how even prodigies could move on from their talent.

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