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Like athletes, chess champions appear to lose some ability with age. At the age of 54, in 1985, Viktor Korchnoi, known as “Viktor The Terrible,” may have been past his prime years, when he was a four-time champion of the Soviet Union and a five-time winner of the European Championship. However, he was still highly [...]