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Bharath Subramaniyam named India’s 73rd chess Grandmaster

Chess Grandmaster Youngest: Bharath Subramaniyam named India's 73rd chess Gm_50.1

Tamil Nadu’s Bharath Subramaniyam became India’s 73rd chess Grandmaster. He secured the third and final Grandmaster norm at an event at Cattolica in Italy. He scored 6.5 points from nine rounds along with four others and finish seventh in the event. He secured his third GM norm here as well as touched the requisite 2,500 (Elo) mark.

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Fellow Indian player M R Lalith Babu became the winner in the tournament, with seven points. He won the title on the basis of a better tie-break score as he tied with three others including Anton Korobov from Ukraine. In order to become a GM, a player has to secure three GM norms as well as cross the live rating of 2,500 Elo points.

Recent Indian Chess Grandmasters:

  • 70thRaja Rithvik (Telangana)
  • 71stSankalp Gupta (Maharashtra)
  • 72nd: Mitrabha Guha (West Bengal)

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