Viswanathan Anand Biography

Viswanathan Anand Biography | Biography of Vishwanathan Anand

Viswanathan Anand : The game of chess has been very ancient in India. It was first known as Chaucer. The chess board is divided into 64 square mines of the same size, whose pieces are made of black and white colored mines. Pieces are played as moves. There are 8 lines of mines in length and racks in width. The line of mines of the same color is called Diagles, the player who plays with the white pieces first moves and starts the game. In pieces, the king can walk in only one meal. If he wants to build a fort, he can leave it and walk. The condition is that there is no emphasis on any opposition pieces.

Viswanathan Anand Biography
Viswanathan Anand Biography

The wazir is also straight and curved. Elephant straight, camel slant, horse moves two and a half. Pawn moves obliquely. He can do only one move at a time. If the opposition pawn wants to forcefully kill the king, it is called check. In the next move, the king has to withdraw from the scope of that kill. If it is not removed, it is called mother. The player who defeats the other is called Jeet. When there is no way to move, it is called zich or draw. Nowadays new rules are being made. There are various World Championship and Olympic chess competitions. The world’s greatest grandmaster Babi Fisher, Kasparov and Viswanathan Anand of our country have been.

Viswanathan Anand returned to India’s lost reputation as Grandmaster. He was born in South India in 1969. At the age of 17, he achieved the title of Grandmaster. At the age of 27, he became the number 2 player in the world. He won this title in 1988. Anand was ranked 7th in the Lennars International Chess Tournament. In this competition, he defeated World Champion Karporov and Britain’s Jonathan Spielman.

Anand (Viswanathan Anand) is a fast-paced player. Their chawls are not very secret, yet they put pressure on their opponent to force him to make a mistake. They do not take much time for their movements. They play in traditional style. Just like Sachin Tendulkar in cricket, Vishwanathan Anand in Shataranj. He proved his talent by winning the “A” National Competition in Mumbai. In this championship, he received FIDE rating from 16 players at 16 years of age.

Anand (Viswanathan Anand) started playing chess from the age of 5. Learned from parents. In 1982, he won the National Championship of Junior Championship. In 1984, he was ranked 10th among 50 players in the world junior event. He made his mark by winning the title of London Lloyd’s Bank Junior. He surprised everyone by getting sixth place in Grandmaster. He won his first international level title by defeating Israeli Grandmaster Greenfield. Won the title of International Master in Asia Junior Competition in Hong Kong. Viswanathan Anand’s name as the youngest player of the country is undoubtedly a matter of pride for us. These are the bright stars of Indian chess.

Vishwanathan Anand Jeevan at a Glance Viswanathan Anand facts in Hindi

Full Name  Anand Viswanathan
Date of birth 11 December 1969
birth place Myladutrayi, Tamil Nadu
Father Vishwanathan Iyer
mother Susheela
wife Aruna (marriage year 1996)
Son Akhil (born 9 April 2011)
Daughter Is not
Hobby Reading, swimming and listening to songs
Game life
Sports talent Chess
The title Grandmaster (1988)
World champion 2000–2002 (FIDE)
2007–2013
FIDE rating 2771 (September 2018)
Crop rating 2817 (March 2011)
The ranking No. 11 (April ‘2018)
Peak Ranking No. 1 (April 2007)
Awards and Honors
1985 Arjuna Award
1987 Padmashree
1991–1992 Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award
2000 Padma Bhushan
2007 Padmavibhushan

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