Basem Amin is the first Egyptian, Arab and African to win the Super Grand Master, the highest chess titles, as well as the first Egyptian, Arab and African to enter the ranking of the 100 best chess players.
Basem Amin, a Grandmaster and Super Grand Master, tied with the number one in the world, beat the second, third and fourth seed, and won the former world champion twice.
Basim got 104% in high school, entered medical school, in a third year you were intransigent with him because he was running the World Youth Championship during the exam period, and he had to repeat the year.
I graduate, he resigned from the Ministry of Health to devote himself to chess.
He was offered naturalization for America, he refused, he plays for Egypt for free, without bonuses, without a salary, he plays the world champions that they have: a coach, a personal assistant, a physical specialist, a full team, and in the name of even no coach.
He travels tournaments at his own expense, and the media is not interested and not focused and not knowing. We celebrate the hero who ranked No. 35, and the first Egyptian, African and Arab in history to achieve the highest chess titles, and enter the ranking of the top 100 players.