Tani Adewumi's family ran away from Nigeria in 2017 when they were in a dangerous situation and finally settled in New York. The family was given the housing in a homeless shelter (收容所) above a hotel.
Tani and his brother studied in a nearby public school that had an active chess club and Tani wanted to join. When his mother told the coaches they were living in a shelter and couldn't pay $330, they gave it up. Tani made headlines when he won the New York State chess championship at the age of 8, after only a year of practicing.,
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His chess coach had set up a GoFundMe following the boy's win, which got his family into a flat and out of a homeless shelter. The GoFundMe page raised more than $250,000 within 10 days. A kind person offered to pay their rent on a flat for one year.
This month, as a fifth grader, Tani cruised through an in-person tournament (锦标赛) in Connecticut open to advanced players of all ages and won every game. He emerged with a chess rating of 2223, making him a national chess master. "I want to be the youngest grandmaster," he said. "I want to have it when I'm 11 or 12."