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Chesapeake Masters: Pragyanandha reaches semifinals of Meltwater Champions, could face Magnus Carlsen in final

The 16-year-old Pragyanandha will face Anish Giri (Netherlands) in the semifinals. World number one Magnus Carlsen will face Ding Liren of China in the other semifinal.

Giri and Carlsen won 2.5-0.5 against Aryan Tory (Norway) and David Anton Guzzaro (Spain), while Liren defeated Azerbaijan’s Shakhriya Mamediyrov 2.5-1.5 in the quarterfinals.

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Chesapeake Masters: Pragyanandha reaches semifinals of Meltwater Champions, may face Magnus Carlsen in final

In the quarter-final against Yay late on Monday, the teenage Indian star started with a win with a black piece of 90 rice. He made that great start to take the second game of a four-game match 2-0.

The Chinese star bounced back to close the gap in the third game of the series. A draw in the fourth was enough to seal a place in the semifinals for Indian GM.

After losing to Carlsen in the sixth round, Pragyanandha caused a stir in the preliminary round He is fourth behind Anish, Carlsen and Ding Liren.

The other two Indian players – P Harikrishna and Gujarathi – failed to cut in the 16-player field, last outside the top 8 and for the knockout bracket.

Chesapeake Masters: Pragyanandha reaches semifinals of Meltwater Champions, could face Magnus Carlsen in final

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