Girl, 9, Becomes Youngest US Chess Expert

Carissa Yip, a fifth-grade student in Massachusetts, started playing at the age of 6.
0:32 | 07/29/13

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Gary don't really quickly got thirty seconds for this -- currency if she's nine years old who is already at expert level. That -- she's absolutely beautiful. That means that -- better than 90% of more than 5100 million registered with the US chess federation. Her dad says he thinks that she can make it to the master level within a year although it -- -- from experts master -- a big jump. She's in Massachusetts and she says she wants to be the first female to win the overall championship not just -- -- -- -- Iraq's that that pretty smile that she was. And.

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