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Master Sarin, the Grandmaster| Sports

At just 15, Nihal Sarin has become the chess player to beat.

A video uploaded by ChessBase India shows Nihal Sarin, then 11, take on a chess puzzle. He runs through the possibilities and in a flash, rattles away the answer, complex and precise. There was no chess board on hand; Nihal had worked it

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