Indian chess prodigy, R Praggnanandhaa, made a phenomenal impact at the World Cup, earning widespread praise despite not clinching the title.

He is affectionately known as “Pragg”, the 18-year-old defeated world-class players, reaching the finals against top-ranked Magnus Carlsen. His efforts spotlight a promising generational shift in chess, with India poised to dominate.

Though Pragg didn’t win, his rise signals India’s ascending trajectory in global chess.

Source; PUBITY