Fifteen-year-old Divya Deshmukh turned into India’s twenty first Lady Grand Grasp (WGM) after attaining her second World Grasp (IM) at First Saturday Grand Grasp (GM) in Budapest, Hungary on Wednesday.
Deshmukh scored 5 issues within the 9 rounds and ended up with a efficiency score of 2452 to safe her ultimate WGM norm.
“@DivyaDeshmukh05, 15, turns into India’s twenty first Lady Grand Grasp (WGM) after attaining her second IM (her ultimate WGM norm) at First Saturday GM October 2021, Budapest. She scored 5/9 with 2452 score to safe her ultimate WGM norm. Many congratulations Divya,” tweeted SAI Media.
The chess prodigy additionally took to her Twitter take care of and mentioned she neglected taking part in the Over the Board (OTB) chess.
“Performed OTB chess after nearly 2 years but did not really feel like anything else modified in any respect. The serious surroundings, the vibe, the nervousness all the way through time crunches, the anxiety, the good video games, and almost about the whole lot. Neglected each little bit of this and I am so happy to be taking part in once more,” tweeted Deshmukh.
“Finished my second IM norm and my ultimate WGM norm. Hoping to play some extra just right chess within the upcoming tournaments,” she mentioned in every other tweet.