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Anish Giri vs Vladimir Malakhov
European Club Cup (2014), Bilbao ESP, rd 6, Sep-19
Slav Defense: Chameleon Variation (D15)  ·  1-0

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Sep-19-14
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  chancho: From Wikipedia:
<Giri speaks fluently Russian, English and Dutch and a little bit of Japanese and Nepalese. In school, he studied German as well.>

<In June 2013, Giri finished his 'middelbare' (secondary) school, by passing the national exam at Grotius College in Delft. His favourite subjects include physics, mathematics, geography and history.>

<He [Giri] does not have intensive chess training facilities, he has mostly been working by himself.

The Dutch Olympic Committee and KNSB (Dutch Chess Federation) is providing him support for some training sessions with Vladimir Chuchelov (although he is no longer an official coach of KNSB and is working with other professional chess players).>

Quite the talent this youngster.

He's at number # 7 (live rating) in the World.

http://www.2700chess.com

Considering his volume of work at such a young age, (20) it appears he could go very far.

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