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WATCH: Chess robot breaks 7-year-old's finger during a tournament

In a shocking incident from the world of a chess, a robot broke the finger of a 7-year-old child during a tournament in Russia.

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The Bridge Desk

Updated: 24 July 2022 12:09 PM GMT

In a shocking incident from the world of a chess, a robot broke the finger of a 7-year-old child during a tournament in Russia. As per reports, the chess machine went rouge after the child played a swift move without waiting for the robot to complete its move.

This incident allegedly took place on 19th July 2022 and a video of the incident has since gone viral across social media platforms.

The video shows the robot attacking the child and trapping his finger for moving a piece prematurely during a tournament. However, those present in the arena managed to set the child free shortly after.

As per a report in Newsweek, the child was identified as Christopher - one the strongest age-group players in Moscow. The report further reads that the 7-year-old has fractured his hand following the incident.


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