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Norway Chess Open: Pragyananand of India won the Norway Chess Open, won the title by being invincible throughout the tournament

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India’s youngest Grandmaster R Pragyanand has won the Norwegian Chess Open title. The 16-year-old Pragyanand scored 7.5 points in the open chess tournament and was unbeaten in all nine rounds. He was already given the top seed in this tournament. In the last match Pragyanand won the title by defeating his compatriot V Praneeth. Earlier, he defeated Viktor Mikhalevsky in the eighth round and Vitaly Kunin in the sixth round. He defeated Mukhamadzokhid Suyarov in the fourth round, Semyon Mutosov in the second round and Matthias Unland in the first round. At the same time, their remaining three matches were drawn.

Pragyananand has been in excellent form for some time now. He defeated world champion Magnus Carlsen for the second time and lost to China’s Ding Liren in the final of the Chessable Masters.
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Pragyanandan was followed by IL Marcel Efroimiski of Israel, IM Jung Min Seo of Sweden and Praneeth shared the third spot with six points. However, he was placed sixth due to a poor score in the tiebreak. Pragyananand will be part of India’s B team at the 44th Chess Olympiad to be held in Chennai next month.

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coach best wishes
After this victory, Pragyananand’s coach RB Ramesh wished him all the best and said that this victory will boost his confidence. “All the best to him for the win. He was the top seed, so it’s no surprise that he won the tournament. He played well overall. Drawing three matches with the black pieces and winning the rest of the matches. This gave him confidence,” he said. Will grow.”

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Pragyanand is India’s youngest Grandmaster
Pragyanananda achieved the title of Grand Master at the age of 12 years, 10 months and 13 days. He is the youngest Grand Master of India. At the same time, in the year 2018, he was the second youngest Grandmaster in the world. Before him, only Ukraine’s Sergei Karjakin became Grandmaster in 1990 at the age of just 12.

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India’s youngest Grandmaster R Pragyanand has won the Norwegian Chess Open title. The 16-year-old Pragyanand scored 7.5 points in the open chess tournament and was unbeaten in all nine rounds. He was already given the top seed in this tournament. In the last match Pragyanand won the title by defeating his compatriot V Praneeth. Earlier, he defeated Viktor Mikhalevsky in the eighth round and Vitaly Kunin in the sixth round. He defeated Mukhamadzokhid Suyarov in the fourth round, Semyon Mutosov in the second round and Matthias Unland in the first round. At the same time, their remaining three matches were drawn.

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Pragyananand has been in excellent form for some time now. He defeated world champion Magnus Carlsen for the second time and lost to China’s Ding Liren in the final of the Chessable Masters.

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