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https://aguasamazonicas.org/0t78aznt3b8 Description: Shakhriyar Mamedyarov is an International chess Grandmaster considered one of the greatest geniuses in the history of this sport. He is the number one player in Azerbaijan and the second in the FIDE world ranking (until February 2018). He was twice World Junior Champion and World Rapid Champion. He holds the gold medal in the 2012 Chess Olympiad, is a three-time European team Champion and twice winner of the Tal Memorial and Shamkir Chess tournaments.
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https://templedavid.org/symons/swyt8nv Centuries: XX-XXI. https://emduk.org/h87040kx9m Title: Grandmaster (2002)
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