This year 4 schoolboy outscores Aussies at Pokémon champs

BEING one of the world's best Pokémon players has made a Toowoomba boy a celebrity at school.

Will Reimann is preparing to return to his school just outside of Toowoomba having come 14th at the Pokémon World Championships in San Francisco.

The year 4 student is a whiz at mathematics which helped him outscore his opponents in the strategic computer game.

Ramsay State School principal Cathy Lavelle said he was now a celebrity in the schoolyard.

Will Reimann is an expert at Pokémon.
Will Reimann is an expert at Pokémon.

Students at the small school have been following his success on the world stage.

Will plays the game on a Nintendo DS to battle against his opponents.

He scored 6 points from 5 games in the junior division, outscoring his compatriots. 

Will told the ABC before leaving Australia that he would not share any tips before the battle started.

"It's a big secret," he said.


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