R Pragganandaa becomes India’s youngest grand master, twitter full of praise for him.


Indias R Pragganandhaa has made history and become India’s youngest grand master in chess. R Pragananadhaa is 12 years and 10 months old.

R Praggnanandhaa has become India’s youngest and world’s second youngest Grandmaster after he made it to final round of the Gredine Open in Italy.. He beat Moroni Luca Jr in the eighth round and was later paired with GM Prujjsers Roeland, leading him on to make the third norm.

Praggnanandhaa became the second youngest Grandmaster of the world of all time, the fourth spot in youngest Grandmasters too, is held by an Indian — Parimarjan Negi, at the age of 13 years and 4 months.

Twitter was full of praise for Praggnandhaa.