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Mon December 27, 2010
Games & Humor

California Boy Is Youngest U.S. Chess 'Master'

Samuel Sevian recently reached two milestones in his life. He became a "national master" in chess earlier this month, and he turned 10 years old on Sunday. The California fourth-grader, who was 9 at the time, is the youngest "national master" in U.S. history. Sevian's father says Samuel has been competing against adults since he was eight.

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