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More on practice
You can become a world class chess player with an IQ of 100. (120 = average college student) if you just get enough study and practice.
In the Ecole system, those who reach the highest grade = those who practice the most. There are no low practice, high talent exceptions.
Kimura, the dominant martial artist of his generation, also practiced at least 20% more than the next closest competitor. To become world class you don't even need average levels of talent or ability. Within rough parameters, it is a matter of practice.