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Britain's first female chess Grandmaster Keti Arakhamia-Grant today tested her skills by playing against 12 opponents simultaneously in Edinburgh's National Museum of Scotland. She is one of only 20 women in the world to have achieved this highest title in chess which was awarded after her outstanding performance at the 2008 Dresden Olympiad. Pictured the famous Lewis Chessmen which are on display in the Edinburgh National Museum of Scotland. The pieces made of walrus ivory were found near the shore in Uig, Lewis in 1831.