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Chess: 10-year-old beats world number 1 Magnus Carlsen

The nickname “Argentinian Messi” may stick with him for some time to come.

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Chess: 10-year-old beats world number 1 Magnus Carlsen

The nickname “Argentinian Messi” may stick with him for some time to come. Faustino Oro, chess master, produced the best performance of his career. On the international Chess.com platform, the young man born in 2013 managed to defeat the five-time world champion Magnus Carlsen. The game took place in “Bullet” mode, a game mode in which players only have one minute to play.

If this result does not yet guarantee the pre-adolescent to become the best in his discipline, his precocity is reminiscent of Carlsen. At just 13 years old, the Norwegian faced international grandmaster Garry Kasparov, then a world leader in chess.

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