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A move made to remember a chess great

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / February 4, 2006

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He took the chess world by storm at 22, coming out of nowhere to win one of the top tournaments in the world. Chess specialists rank him as one of the top three Americans ever to play the game, alongside the great Bobby Fischer, and they still obsess over what he might have accomplished if not for his premature death, ... (Full article: 957 words)

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