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He’s an excellent student, has played a piano recital at Carnegie Hall and just scored an unexpected triumph in one of Washington’s signature chess tournaments. It will be interesting to see what David Hua will achieve when he’s old enough to drive.
Congratulations to New Jersey high schooler David Hua, who outran of a pack of pursuers to win this weekend's 44th Atlantic Open premier section.
"I had no real expectations," Hua told Chess Life Online's Jamaal Abdul-Alim, but he handled the late-round pressure superbly with a draw against top-seeded GM John Fedorowicz and a convincing win over strong IM Justin Sarkar.