New Guinness Record By Former IchessU Team Member Alik Gershon

(press release distribution) Toronto, Canada – New Guinness record has been achieved by Alik Gershon, a former IchessU team member.

GM Alik Gershon, a former member of the IchessU team, has set a new Guinness World Record for simultaneous chess games. He played against 523 chess players from all over the world, winning 454 games, losing 11 and drawing another 58. To seal the record, Gershon needed to win at least 80 percent of the chess games. Earlier such record belonged to the Iranian Grandmaster Mahjoob, set in August 2009.

Mr. Alex Rabinovich the General Manager of IchessU Ltd. says” GM Alik Gershon, with his chess strategies has proven himself a genius in chess. This event has set an example in the History of the Game. This will motivate and challenge the young chess players to play chess, make new chess strategy and improve their chess skills”

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