Dennis Neymit, 14, a ninthgrader at Agoura High School, has been playing competitive chess for the last three years.
Despite playing relatively late, as many children he competes against have been playing since they were 5 and 6 years old, Dennis is in the top 100 youths in the country by chess rating for his age and is in the top 10 in California.
Dennis has been competing in tournaments playing against adults and has many successes. During his latest tournament in July, the Pa...
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