Abhimanyu Mishra, who belongs to India, has created history at the young age of 12. Abhimanyu Mishra has become the youngest Grand Master in chess history. Abhimanyu Mishra, who lives in America, has broken a 19-year-old record. Earlier, the record of becoming the youngest Grand Master of chess history was recorded in the name of Sergei Karjakin.
In 2002, Sergei Karjakin set the record for becoming the youngest Grand Master. At that time Karjakin’s age was 12 years and 7 months. But Abhimanyu broke Karjakin’s 19-year-old record by becoming Grand Master at the age of 12 years and four months.
Abhimanyu Mishra has achieved this position by defeating Indian Grandmaster Leon Mendonka in the Grandmaster tournament held in Budapest. After becoming Grand Master, Abhimanyu said that he got the benefit of the opponent’s mistakes. Abhimanyu said, “The fight was very difficult. But in the end, Leon made mistakes, for which I benefited. I am extremely happy with my achievement.
Please tell that Abhimanyu Mishra’s father is a software engineer in New Jersey, USA. It was Abhimanyu’s father who decided to send his son to Europe for the Grand Master tournament. Abhimanyu’s father Hemant said, “We were looking at this as a big opportunity. We had reached Europe in the first week of April itself. Abhimanyu has made our dream come true. We are extremely happy.
Explain that to become a Grand Master, 100 ELO points and 3 GM norms are required. Abhimanyu had already prepared for it. Abhimanyu achieved two norms in April and May. With the third GM norms met in June, Abhimanyu has managed to achieve the title of the youngest Grand Master.