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Like many children, Karjakin learned chess at the age of five, and just six years later at the age of 11 he was an international master. Though Karjakin lost this match to Carlsen in November , he still has aspirations to challenge the champion in the future. Karjakin during one of his games at the Tata Steel Chess tournament in January This fighting, back-and-forth game shows the trademark style of Karjakin. Bhaskar, who made sure little Gukesh became a FIDE rated player within six months of learning the game!
Gukesh at the Sitges Festival Chess Tournament. Gukesh played his last game as an International Master, winning this game to earn his final grandmaster norm. Javokhir Sindarov When Javokhir Sindarov earned the grandmaster title, he was the first player since Karjakin to reach the title before he turned 13! Sindarov Javokhir making one of the moves of his game at the Chess Olympiad.
He scored his third grandmaster norm at the fourth Gredine open in Ortisei, Italy. Praggnanandhaa first made his name known by winning continental Asian championships and two world championship titles. Praggnanandhaa at the Sharjah Masters Nodirbek Abdusattorov at the Sharjah Masters Sethuraman and Evgeny Levin.
Parimarjan Negi Now a PhD student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Negi earned the grandmaster title back in when he was just 13 years old. Since he got the title, Negi has won the Arjuna Award from the Indian government, the Indian and Asian Chess Championships, and was a member of the bronze medal-winning team at the Olympiad for India. Parimarjan Negi in With fierce determination and a palpable will to win, he has dazzled fans with his ability to out-work his opponents and find computer-like moves in his games time after time.
Magnus Carlsen at the Tata Steel Chess tournament While Carlsen is most known for grinding out wins in near-equal endgames, his most famous game might be his draw against Garry Kasparov, when he was just 13 years old. Wei Yi Wei Yi has broken all kinds of rating and age records throughout his lifetime.
He is also the 2nd youngest player in history to break the rating barrier, after John M. Wei Yi at the blitz tournament of the Polihroniade memorial in Raunak Sadhwani. Photo: John Saunders. Sadhwani ended up scoring 50 percent in a strong field. Bu won the Chinese Chess Championship in , and has since represented China in four Olympiads, including the Olympiad where China won gold. A well-known talent, Bu made more headlines in when he eliminated Magnus Carlsen in the World Cup , and then beat the world champion again in the World Rapid Championship later that same year.
Top 6 Youngest Female Chess Grandmasters Only six female players have successfully broken the grandmaster barrier before turning twenty.
The Youngest Chess Grandmasters In History