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India's Chess prodigy Praggnanandhaa beats world champion for the second time in 2022 |OneIndia News [Video]

India's Chess prodigy Praggnanandhaa beats world champion for the second time in 2022 |OneIndia News

India's Chess teen star, Praggnanandhaa Rameshbabu stunned the world once again by defeating the World chess champion and the World's No 1, Magnus Carlsen once again this year. The young chess icon..

Credit: Oneindia     Duration: 01:13Published
Teen Grandmaster beats chess world champ Carlsen [Video]

Teen Grandmaster beats chess world champ Carlsen

An Indian teen grandmaster Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa defeated world champion, Magnus Carlsen, in the Airthings Masters chess tournament on Tuesday.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:15Published

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Sixteen-year-old Indian Grandmaster, who remained unbeaten through nine rounds, emerges winner in Norway Chess Group A open tournament, with 7.5 points
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India's Grandmaster Praggnanandhaa claims Norway chess open title

Praggnanandhaa (Elo 2642) finished a full point ahead of second-placed IM Marsel Efroimski (Israel) and IM Jung Min Seo (Sweden).
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Praggnanandhaa wins Norway Chess Open, finishes well ahead of rivals

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Praggnanandhaa, who was the top seed in the event, enhanced his reputation as one of the top upcoming players as he added another feather to his crown
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Praggnanandhaa loses to Ding Liren in tie-break

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Praggnanandhaa,  16, fought back to win the second set after having lost the opener. But then lost the two-game blitz tie-breaker
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India's Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa faces defeat in Chessable Masters final against China's Ding Liren

The Chinese had won the first set and forced Praggnanandhaa to face a must-win situation in the second set which the Indian managed to bounce back. Despite losing the match, it was a remarkable..
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Liren seizes advantage over Praggnanandhaa

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Praggnanandhaa, 16, who lost the opening game of the all-Asian final, bounced back strongly to level the first match when he won game two
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Rival applauds, pundits speechless as Praggnanandhaa finishes runners-up


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Chessable Masters final: Ding Liren seizes advantage against R Praggnanandhaa


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I have to be at school around 8.45 am, and now it is 2 am…I’ll try not to sleep at the exam, says Praggnanandhaa


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Praggnanandhaa sails into Masters semis

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Praggnanandhaa, 16, will take on Anish Giri [the Netherlands] in the semi-finals. World No.1 Magnus Carlsen will take on China’s Ding Liren in the other semi-final. Praggnanandhaa had created a stir..
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India's Praggnanandhaa beats China''s Wei Yi, enters semi-finals of Chessable Masters 2022

Praggnanandhaa will now be going up against Anish Giri of the Netherlands in the semi-final clash of the Chessable Masters online rapid chess tournament. 
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Praggnanandhaa, 16, will take on Wei Yi of China in the quarter-finals
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R Praggnanandhaa stuns World Champion Magnus Carlsen again in Chessable Masters

The fifth round match of the tournament was headed towards a draw but a one-move blunder from the world champion Magnus Carlsen resulted in his defeat
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Pragg, as he is fondly called, gets another chance of doing it again, beating Magnus Carlsen in the fourth round of Oslo Esports Cup
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India GM Praggnanandhaa reigns at Reykjavik Open

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R Praggnanandhaa, who beat Chess World Champion Magnus Carlsen, receives Sankara Award

India's teenage Grandmaster Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa received the 'Sankara Award' of this year at a function held at Kalady on Thursday (March 17).
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Praggnanandhaa finishes 11th

Only eight qualified for the knockouts from the round-robin stage. Earlier, Praggnanandhaa had stunned world champion, Magnus Carlsen, in the eighth round
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PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday took to Twitter and congratulated young R Praggnanandhaa for his historic win over world number 1 Magnus Carlsen.
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R Praggnanandhaa misses out on quarters, finishes 11th in Airthings Masters 2022

R Praggnanandhaa defeated world champion Magnus Carlsen in the eighth round and Russia's Vladislav Artemiev in the final round but failed to progress. 
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Teen Chess sensation Praggnanandhaa misses out of Airthings Masters quarterfinals after beating Magnus Carlsen

After overcoming world no. 1 Magnus Carlsen, R Praggnanandhaa finished 11th at the Airthings Masters and missed out on a quarterfinal berth.
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He, however, lost to Russian GM Ian Nepomniachtchi in the 11th round. Despite the twin victories and a draw, Praggnanandhaa is in 12th place with 15 points. He beat the highly rated Russian Esipenko in..
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Profusely thanking their efforts, R. Praggnanandhaa acknowledged the efforts of Grandmaster RB Ramesh, for guiding him since 2014 and helping in all the games and tournaments. 
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Touted as the one for the future when he became an International Master at the tender age of 10 years and nine months in 2016, Praggu, as he is fondly called by his friends and coaches, has made..
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