Tamil Nadu’s Arjun Kalyan turns into 68th Indian Grandmaster
Tamil Nadu’s, Arjun Kalyan turned India’s 68th Chess Grandmaster when he crossed the 2500 ELO mark after beating Dragan Kosic within the fifth spherical of GM Round Robin “Rujna Zore-3” in Serbia. Arjun is coached by IM Saravanan and Ukrainian GM Aleksandr Goloshchapov and started taking part in chess on the age of 9 and received his FIDE ranking a 12 months later. Viswanathan Anand turned the nation’s first Grandmaster, in 1988.
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