Teenager takes Japan by storm with record-breaking ‘shogi’ debut

Japan’s Kyodo News agency says public interest in the game has not been as high since 1996, when a player won all seven major championships in the same year. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters that Fujii had made history with a victory that he thinks …
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