Telangana’s Rahul Srivatshav P has been named India’s 74th Grandmaster.
In Italy, during the 9th Cattolica Chess Festival in 2022 In live FIDE ratings, Rahul Srivatshav P of Telangana became India’s 74th Grandmaster, breaking the 2500 (Elo points) barrier. The 19-year-old player surpassed the 2500 Elo live rating mark after drawing his eighth-round game against Grandmaster Levan Pantsulaia at the Cattolica event.
As a result, his Elo rating is 2468.
Srivatshav had already gained five GM standards and the title when he crossed the 2500 rating mark on Friday.
To become a GM, though, a player must acquire three GM norms and a live rating of 2500 Elo points.
As a result, India is one step closer to its aim of having 100 Grandmasters. and Meet Telangana’s Rahul Srivatshav, India’s 74th Grandmaster, who is 19 years old and hails from Telangana. From Betfair Exchange India, I congratulate you on your achievement.
“To Rahul, his coach, and his family!” tweeted Sanjay Kapoor, the head of the All India Chess Federation, on Saturday.
so, Bharath Subramaniyam was elected as the 73rd General Manager of the country in January. and India’s first General Manager, the renowned Viswanathan Anand, was appointed in 1988.