Chennai’s Srinath Narayanan - India’s 46th Grandmaster

Posted on:30 Mar 2017 10:52:17
Chennai’s Srinath Narayanan - India’s 46th Grandmaster
30 March 2017 Current Affairs: Chennai’s Srinath Narayanan is set to become India’s 46th Grandmaster after he defeated Spanish GM David Anton Guijarro at the ongoing Sharjah Masters 2017 chess tournament.

The 23-year-old, who had become India’s youngest FIDE-rated player in 2002 when he was just eight, also finished as joint winner in the Under-12 World Championship in 2005 in France.

Srinath became an International Master at the age of 14 and crossed the 2500 Elo rating a few months back.
Chennai’s Srinath Narayanan is set to become India’s 46th Grandmaster after he defeated Spanish GM David Anton Guijarro at the ongoing Sharjah Masters 2017 chess tournament.

The 23-year-old, who had become India’s youngest FIDE-rated player in 2002 when he was just eight, also finished as joint winner in the Under-12 World Championship in 2005 in France.

Srinath became an International Master at the age of 14 and crossed the 2500 Elo rating a few months back.

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