Nigerian chess champion breaks record after playing nonstop for 58 hours

Tunde Onakoya, who beat previous record of 56 hours, hopes to raise $1m for children’s education in AfricaA Nigerian chess champion has broken the record for the longest chess marathon after playing the game nonstop for 58 hours.Tunde Onakoya, 29, began the marathon session in Times Square in New York on Wednesday. He hit 58 hours in the early hours of Saturday, beating the current chess marathon record of 56 hours, 9 minutes and 37 seconds, which was achieved in 2018 by Hallvard Haug Flatebø and Sjur Ferkingstad, both from Norway. Continue reading…

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