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Rustam Kamsky speaks

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We hadn't heard from him from a long time: Rustam Kamsky, the father of Gata and mostly known for his explosive character. Recently, he wrote a letter in which he expressed his disappointment in the way Gata's victory in Khanty-Mansiysk was covered by the media. It includes a lengthy description of Kamsky's career and how he was hindered by e.g. Karpov and Kasparov. Although Rustam seems to have good intentions, it's unclear whether Gata should be very happy with support from this direction...
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