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8-year-old chess prodigy makes history as youngest ever to defeat grandmaster

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An 8-year-old chess prodigy made history as the youngest player to defeat a chess grandmaster. The boy, Aswath Kaushik, beat Jacek Stopa at a chess tournament in Switzerland. Kaushik, who was born in India but lives in Singapore, handed 37-year-old Stopa of Poland a loss during the Burgdorfer Stadthaus Open on Sunday, according to, a chess website and social media platform for players. Earlier last week, Serbia’s Leonid Ivanovic, 8 yea…

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