Reports | March 08, 2008 2:16

[lang_nl]Video ronde 13[/lang_nl][lang_en]Video round 13[/lang_en]

[lang_nl]Dit keer ?ɬ©?ɬ©n video, van ronde 13, waarin Teimour Radjabov uitlegt hoe je binnen twee uur kunt winnen van een 2700-speler. [/lang_nl][lang_en]This time one video, of round 13, in which Teimour Radjabov explains how you beat a 2700 player in two hours.[/lang_en]



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manyoso's picture

Wow. Radjabov speaks so fast. If his mouth runs a million miles a minute, just imagine how fast his mind is calculating.

Amos Sky's picture

Radjabov does speak fast. I think it makes for a good interview though, because he says what takes a normal man 20 minutes to say down to a four minute burst of non-stop chatter. And your right, Manyoso, his brain must be zig-zagging through calculations like a freakin super-computer. It would be nice to have that type of brain.

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