Last week, a chess-playing robot fractured a child's finger during a tournament in Russia, and the incident was captured on CCTV.

The robot grabbed the seven-year-old boy's finger because it was bewildered by his excessively quick moves.

The President of the Moscow Chess Federation, who appeared to blame the child.

On July 19, the incident occurred at the Moscow Open.

According to Lazarev, the federation rented the robot for the event, which took place from July 13 to July 21.

Lazarev stated that the machine has been used without problem for many previous events, and that the boy went to move a piece too rapidly after making a move.

The Baza Telegram channel shared a video of the incident, naming the youngster Christopher.

Baza claimed, boy to be one of the top 30 chess players in Moscow under the age of nine.

There are several safety guidelines that the child appears to have broken. He didn't realise he had to wait before making his move.

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