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The story continues for Keymer, but this time it was kinda brutal. First the kid gets tricked into a Closed Sicilian with a knight on f6, then Naiditsch develops a huge initiative on the kingside and he finally finishes him off with a beautiful combination. This game will win the brilliancy prize, it’s just sad to be at the losing end of it.

In my opinion Keymer is not the dangerous wunderkind who plays much stronger than his rating. He is rated 2516 and he also plays like it. His Elo-curve is flat and rightfully so. It can be covered up with opening preparation to a certain extent, but that’s about it.