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Jan Timman vs Wei Yi
Tata Steel Challengers (2015), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 7, Jan-17
Gruenfeld Defense: Three Knights Variation. Petrosian System (D91)  ·  0-1

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Jan-18-15  Doniez: This 15 years old Chinese will be soon the next Big Thing in chess. I have been looking at his career since last year and his games are really brilliant. By the way, his ELO rating is 2685! Making him the N.55 in the world. Not bad for a young teenager.
Jan-18-15
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  Penguincw: Wei Yi can now say he beat a guy with black in classical time controls, who beat Kasparov with black in classical time controls (unless there's another person I'm not aware of).
Jan-24-15  Conrad93: So his Kasparov number is number 2. Not bad.
Jan-25-15
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  HeMateMe: Two degrees of Garry.
Jan-31-15  falso contacto: Somethings have to be very wrong with a position when the opponent finds that many intermezzo moves.
Feb-01-15  falso contacto: well, my english there wasnt quite clean.
Sep-26-15  dumbgai: If only poor Shirov had beaten Kasparov even once in all the years they competed together, Wei would have had a Kasparov number of 2 back in 2013!

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