Michał Krasenkow, a 57 year old, is a Polish chess grandmaster, a chess trainer and writer. He is one of the strongest Polish chess players since World War II. His playing style is aggressive and he has won many best game awards. He was born in Moscow and In 1992, Krasenkow emigrated to Poland. His first notable successes date back to the 80s: he became a national master of the USSR in 1982, an International Master in 1988 and an International Grandmaster in 1989. He became Champion of Georgia in 1987 and team champion of the USSR in 1990.
Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa, a 15 year old, is an Indian chess player is the fifth-youngest person ever to achieve the title of Grandmaster. Praggnanandhaa won the World Youth Chess Championships Under-8 title in 2013, earning him the title of FIDE Master at the age of 7. He won the Under-10 title in 2015. In 2016, Praggnanandhaa became the youngest international master in history, at the age of 10 years. He achieved his first grandmaster norm at the World Junior Chess Championship in November 2017, finishing fourth with 8 points.
In the Chess World Cup 2021, the 15-year-old Praggnanandha won the second game of the two-game mini match against the experienced Armenian Gabriel Sargissian to wrap up a 2-0 win. He will face Michal Krasenkow of Poland next.
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