Assange Tweets Famous Chess Match Depicting “Safe White King” One Day After Ecuador Grants Citizenship

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One day after Julian Assange was granted Ecuadorian citizenship, the Wikileaks founder tweeted a cryptic picture of a this content famous 1918 chess match in which Cuban chess master José Raúl Capablanca defeats U.S. champion Frank Marshall using a pawn.

The move which Assange tweets can be seen below at approximately 7:14, in which the narrator says “ comment pirater un site de rencontre And the white king is finally feeling safe.”

Theories naturally began to swirl in various corners of the internet, with some suggesting Assange’s tweet is a message to his followers that he, “the White King” is safe. Others took the “white king” to mean President Trump – who is well protected while a pawn is used to win the match.

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