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Old July 7th 03, 04:10 PM
Sam Sloan
 
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Default Teddy Coleman, 13, Great Sensation of the World Open

Teddy Coleman, 13, Great Sensation of the World Open

The great sensation of the 2003 World Open, concluded yesterday, was
Teddy Coleman, aged 13.

Teddy scored 5 points in his first seven games against opponents
averaging 2300, for a grandmaster level preformance.

However, he played a grandmaster in round 8 and lost. In Round nine he
lost to an International Master. So, Teddy would up with a score of
5-4, which was a performance of about 2400, not bad for a 13-year-old
kid.

Teddy Coleman entered the World Open with a rating of 2154.

Sam Sloan
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