Israeli chess grandmaster Alik Gershon broke the Guinness World Record in Tel Aviv early Friday morning for simultaneous games played, a title previously held by an Iranian chess player.
The thirty-year-old played 527 concurrent games, winning 87% of them.
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Gershon won 454 games, lost 11 and drew 58 games. [according to the BBC news article]
Image: chessbase – Alik Gershon [right] with Ignor Nor.