Indian GM Iniyan wins World Open on-line chess


Chennai

Indian Grandmaster P Iniyan received the Annual World Open on-line chess match held lately, having practised at night time to get used to the American time zone. The Tamil Nadu participant completed with 7.5 factors out of a potential 9, with six victories and three attracts, to complete forward of many higher-rated Grandmasters. The occasion was held in American time zone, that means that Iniyan was enjoying from 9:30 pm until 6 am on daily basis. The 48th version of the annual occasion was held on-line as a result of Covid-19 on August 7-9. Iniyan had lately defeated world No. 2 Fabiano Caruana in a web based blitz occasion.

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