Grandmaster at just 12 years old, breaking Russia’s record of 19 years ago, India’s Abhimanyu Mishra’s maximum | Indian Origines Abhimanyu Mishra a 12 year old Becomes Youngest Grandmaster in chess history
India has achieved a lot in the game of chess. Jagajjeta Viswanathan Anand gave India many honors. Since then, a 12-year-old chess player has won the title of Grandmaster at the tender age of 12.
New Delhi: Abhimanyu Mishra, an Indian-American living in the United States, has become the youngest Grandmaster in the history of the game of chess. He has achieved this honor by breaking the record of 19 years ago held in the name of Sergey Karjakin of Russia. At the time of recording, Abhimanyu was 12 years, 4 months and 25 days old. In August 2002, Sergei was 12 years and 7 months old when he was recorded by Sergei of Russia. Therefore, Abhimanyu has broken this record with a gap of 3 months. (Indian Origines Abhimanyu Mishra a 12 year old Becomes Youngest Grandmaster in chess History)
Abhimanyu Mishra defeated Grandmaster Leon Mendonca in the Grandmaster Tournament in Budapest. Speaking to the Times of India, Abhimanyu said, “The match against Lyon was very difficult. I benefited from the last time Leon made a mistake and I was able to defeat him. I am very happy to be the youngest Grandmaster with this victory. ”
The decision of the father, the maximum of the child
Abhimanyu’s father is a software engineer in New Jersey, USA. He made the big decision that his son would go to Europe and play in the Grandmaster tournament. The decision was accepted by Abhimanyu and he became the youngest Grandmaster in history. Speaking to the Times of India, Abhimanyu’s father Hemant said, “We knew this competition was a great opportunity for our son. We arrived in Budapest in April for this competition. It was my wife and my wife Swati’s dream to make our son the youngest Grandmaster in the game of chess. We are very happy that this dream has come true today. ”
This is how Grandmaster’s ‘crown’ was earned
100 ELO points and 3 GM norms are required to become a Grandmaster. Abhimanyu knew this. Abhimanyu had achieved the first GM norm in April. Abhimanyu then became the Grandmaster, getting the second GM norm and now the third GM norm in May.
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