14-year-old excites Japan with record chess debut

The 14-year-old boy is taking his country by storm with a record-breaking debut in Japanese chess. (Iori Sagisawa/Kyodo News via AP) He became the youngest player ever to qualify to enter the professional ranks last October, and has reeled off 29 straight …
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