A chess-playing robotic grabbed the finger of its 7-year-old opponent and broke it throughout final week’s Moscow Chess Open match, Russian media reported Monday.
“The robotic broke the kid’s finger,” Sergei Lazarev, President of the Moscow Chess Federation, instructed the Russian TASS company. “After all, that is unhealthy.”
A video shared on social media reveals the robotic taking one of many boy’s items, after which grabbing his finger as he makes an attempt to make a transfer. Watch the video right here:
The rebellion has begun:
Chess robotic breaks children finger. pic.twitter.com/dAye8gIiun
— Daniel Probst (@skepteis) July 25, 2022
4 adults then rush in, struggling to free the boy earlier than main him away from the chessboard.
Lazarev stated the chess federation had rented the robotic that appeared in lots of earlier occasions with out incident.
He stated the boy was in a position to play once more the following day and completed the match along with his finger in a solid.