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Tolga Akmen | Agence France-Presse
Lucy Hawking, the late astrophysical daughter Stefan Hawking, was responsible for the start of the World Chess Championship in London, England.
Lucy had to make the first game between the Norwegians Magnus Carlsen and american Fabiano CaruanaHowever, he almost put the piece in the wrong place to which he was mentioned.
Hockey was supposed to put the Carlsen cavalry in space C4, but he did almost in the C3 format, which would have triggered the opening of the "Zaragoza" something unprecedented in the World Championship.
Lucy Hawking, Stefan Hawking's daughter, is almost open with 1.c3 (not 1.c4) Magnus Carlsen in this victory game. pic.twitter.com/HwoX4MLpBw
– Olympian G. Urcan (@olimpiuurcan) November 28, 2018
Fortunately she and Carlsen had to be warned of her mistake and he did not release the piece, which would have created a valid game that complicates the Norwegian, who in the long run became the winner after the tie round.
Magnus Carlsen, 27, became world champion for the fourth consecutive year, title valid since 2013 when he crowned the second most recent monarch to win the World Chess Championship.