Nigeria man, Tunde Onakoya plays chess with 10 opponents at the same time in Germany, wins all

The founder of Chess in Slums, Tunde Onakoya made his country proud following his challenge with 10 players simultaneously in Germany and managed to win all.

During a recent conference in Germany, the chess master participated in a competitive event where he faced off against ten opponents simultaneously.

Nigeria man, Tunde Onakoya plays chess with 10 people at the same time in Germany, wins all

Engaging in a dynamic chess match, he moved around against each of the players for about two hours and effortlessly won against all of his opponents.

Tunde Onakoya whose intent was to raise funds for a hundred children in his foundation made his people proud as he shared his victory on the X platform after the intense competition.

“On day two of the DLD conference, I played a simultaneous chess match against 10 players at once. After an almost two hour battle of wits ,I managed to win all the games.

The Chess exhibition helped us raise enough money to support the education of 100 children in our academy,” he wrote.

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