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They call Diamond Shakoor a prodigy, a champion, a genius. The twelve-year-old is one of the best chess players in the country and she's right here in St. Louis. At close to 250 tournaments played, Shakoor is a seven-time national champion. At age eight, she was the youngest African American female to go undefeated in a Chess National competition. Ever.

Twelve-year-old Chess Prodigy


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