Four-year-old Saanvi Aggarwal from Chandigarh has anchored the second position with four focuses in the U-5 classification at the 32nd National U-7 Open Girls Chess Championship.
The youthful champ Saanvi while addressing ANI, stated, “My folks showed me and influenced me to rehearse on the PC. With time I learnt all levels and began winning them.”
Then, Saanvi’s mentor Nitin Rathore trusts that she has a considerable measure of possibilities to win Asian and World titles in future.
“She has a great deal of possibilities to win Asian and World titles later on. She consummately knows all the assaulting moves in chess,” he said.
The competition was sorted out by the United Karnataka Chess Association under the aegis of the All India Chess Federation in Karnataka’s Tumkur from July 16-24.
In the wake of anchoring a place in U-5 classification, Saanvi has made herself qualified for the Asian Youth U-6 Chess Championship, which will put in 2019.
In May this year, the youthful chess player had stowed the U-7 Chandigarh Chess Championship to make her place in the national competition.