Friday, February 4, 2011

Interview with IM Goh Weiming

Weiming never fails to disappoint. This is not to say I idolize him, but he is one of the more open IMs when it comes to sharing thoughts and ideas in chess and I really appreciate that. This is why I have been sharing a lot of material related to him here.

This interview shows partially what kind of tough decisions a professional (non-chess) has to go through before thinking about pursuing for a GM title. Also, it shows a very positive attitude in viewing up and coming juniors. He does not see them as rivals, unlike what some people are trying to do, which is to divide chess.

Juniors and seniors alike, are chess players and should compete just the same.

Anyhow, here is the interview.

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