I am 14 years old. Several months ago, I was introduced to chess. I loved the game, and it quickly became all I think about. I only learned the rules of chess at 11/12 and only played it from 8 months ago, but I taught myself so many things and I am now a 2300 rated player. In only 8 months, I changed from a complete beginner who only played 3 or 4 games in his life, to a relatively okay player(2300). I did this on my own. Is this the beginning of a meteoric rise of my chess strength? Am I destined to be at the top of the world? Or am I living in a dream that will never materialize? I am aware that today's top players learned chess at 6/7, and that as we go into the future, this standard will be inevitably rendered too old, but is it possible that I can do it? I am learning new things everyday, and if I were to look at my games a week ago, I would laugh at how weak I am. Am I going to be a great exception? I know Rubinstein learned chess when he was 16. Please answer me fast.
I have no intentions of bragging about myself, but know that:
I did many IQ tests and scored the highest possible score on almost all of them.
I did many memory test that all my family members couldn't finish which I did easily.
I also believe I have a big talent for chess and thinking.
I played many beautiful games.