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Chess simul

A strange one

A simultaneous exhibition or simultaneous display (often abbreviated to “simul”) is an event where one player plays multiple chess games at a time with many other players. Such simuls have long history and different variations including double simuls, blindfold simuls, etc. For normal chess players it is difficult to understand how the performing GM or IM moves at blazing speed trough the boards and executes the moves almost immediately. The following video, however, is one that tries to challenge even the strongest simul players.

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