Formerly homeless 9-year-old chess prodigy shares inspirational story in new book

A 9-year-old chess prodigy hopes the pandemic doesn’t derail his dream of becoming the world’s youngest grandmaster. A year after winning New York state’s chess championship, Tani Adewumi and his family have gone from refugees living in a New York City homeless shelter to setting up a foundation to help others. They are sharing their story in a new book. Vladimir Duthiers met up with this remarkable young man in Central Park.

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