Japanese chess prodigy, 14, breaks 30-year winning streak record

A 14-year-old Japanese player of the traditional chess-like board game of shogi has captured the nation’s heart by winning a record straight 29 matches, breaking a record held for 30 years. Sota Fujii, who trains himself with computer software and was the …
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