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A Bulgarian set the world record for simultaneous chess games

Submitted on Monday, 23 February 2009No Comment
A Bulgarian set the world record for simultaneous chess games

The chess master Kiril Georgiev set the new world record for simultaneous chess games.

The chess marathon took place in the building of Inter Expo Center on 360 chess boards and went on for 14 hours and 8 minutes. Georgiev lost only six games and got to a draw on about seventy.

The chess marathon was registered in Guiness World Record Limited. The achievement will also apply to be added to the official book of records.

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