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Bart Michiels vs Wei Yi
Tata Steel Challengers (2015), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 11, Jan-23
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical Variation (E32)  ·  0-1

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Jan-23-15  Doniez: Fantastic final combo! Wey is my new favourite player. Btw he is now 2695, simply fantastic
Jan-23-15  MindCtrol9: This game is a great example about how to change plans depending on the position.Amazing how Wei Li maneuver his pieces always looking for the right squares, and how beautiful he makes a mortal attack.I have a vision for boxing and chess, and I say that Wei Li is a really dangerous .GM.He remembers me M Tal.This young .GM is a genius.
Jan-26-15  messachess: At his age, he's approaching "Fischeresque" status.
Jan-26-15  fisayo123: <messachess> It does seem like a Bobby Fischer game. "Simple" moves, pieces on great squares and great centralization of pieces that completely dominate the board, rendering white's forces immobile.

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