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Chennai's Srinath Narayanan is set to become India's 46th Grandmaster after he defeated Spanish GM David Anton Guijarro at the ongoing Sharjah Masters 2017 chess tournament. 

The 23-year-old, who had become India's youngest FIDE-rated player in 2002 when



he was just eight, also finished as joint winner in the Under-12 World Championship in 2005 in France.

Srinath became an International Master at the age of 14 and crossed the 2500 Elo rating a few months back. He had already secured five GM norms.

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