More than 30 moves.
That’s how many it took for Sagar Srivastava, Vice-President of Seneca Chess Club, to lose the greatest chess game of his life against Russian grandmaster Garry Kasparov.
“I still can’t believe it,” said Mr. Srivastava, one of 11 participants who played Mr. Kasparov in a simultaneous chess exhibition as part of the Collision technology conference in Toronto this week. “It was an amazing experience. I was the first one to play him and he beat everyone in the end. But I did my best and I was one of the last ones standing.”
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