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Tolga Akmen | Agence France-Presse
Lucy Hawking, daughter of late astrophysics Stephen Hawking, was responsible for the start of the Chess World Championship held in London, England.
Lucy had to make the first game move between Norwegian Magnus Carlsen and the American Fabiano CaruanaHowever, he almost put the piece in the wrong place he was mentioned.
Hawking had to place baker Carlsen in the C4 but almost did it in C3, which would cause Zaragoza to open, something of a world cup unprecedented.
Lucy Hawking, daughter Stephen Hawking, almost opened with 1.c3 (instead of 1.c4) for Magnus Carlsen in this match. pic.twitter.com/HwoX4MLpBw
– Olimpiu G. Urcan (@olimpiuurcan) 28 November 2018
Luckily for her and Carlsen she was to be warned of her mistake he did not release a piece, which would be a valid game, which complicates the Norwegian who, in a long time, became the winner of the ring.
Magnus Carlsen, 27, became the fourth year winner of the world, the title that has been holding since 2013 when he was crowned the second youngest monarch who won the World Chess Championship.