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Father denies pressure on Indian chess prodigy Praggnanandhaa

Rameshbabu, though not a chess expert like his deeply skilled son Praggnanandhaa, serves as a supportive father. Praggnanandhaa’s recent achievement against Magnus Carlsen surprised Rameshbabu, who stressed that no pressure was placed on his son.

Despite lacking chess knowledge, the family is immensely proud. They plan to celebrate Praggnanandhaa’s success by visiting a temple, a tradition after victories.

The young chess prodigy’s success has garnered national pride, similar to the success of Chandrayan 3’s lunar landing.

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