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Magnus Carlsen: As a child, I used to always play chess with myself. My daddy also trained me. I was able to memorize the area's, population numbers, flags and capitals of all the countries in the world.
Reporter 3: (whispering) Gee, no need to brag.
Magnus Carlsen: In 2004, I dominated the lowest rated adult group and started to receive attention. I was dubbed the “Mozart of Chess” by Lubomir Kavalek at this time. In a chess tournament, I beat Anatoly Karpov! In the same year, I became a Grandmaster!
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