Meet 11-year-old Praggnanandhaa, the chess prodigy from India!

Meet 11-year-old Praggnanandhaa, the chess prodigy from India!

He is exactly 11 years, three months and four days old today. To break the record of Russian Sergey Karjakin, who became a Grandmaster at the age of 12 years and seven months, he still has nearly 16 months left. Ask Pragga, and he replies confidently: “I think I can do it before I turn 12.”

Shop Online for Toys, Puzzles & Games at ZugZwang's Store.

Shop Online for Toys, Puzzles & Games at ZugZwang's Store.

Did you know that we recently launched our online product store at ZugZwang? You can now shop for a variety of board games, puzzles, toys, books & other interesting items! You can even book chess classes from our store if you're looking to enroll at our academy!

1st ZugZwang Quad Tournament to be Held on Dec 17th, 2016

1st ZugZwang Quad Tournament to be Held on Dec 17th, 2016

Every child needs to learn critical life lessons and build confidence in life. One of the most essential and effective ways to achieve this is by introducing a child to friendly competition. We say friendly because the competitive nature in a child has to be nurtured and a safe place to compete is essential. That's precisely what we aim to provide a child with our tournaments & competitions.

WCC Carlsen-Karjakin 2016 - Carlsen wins Marathon Game - Round 10

WCC Carlsen-Karjakin 2016 - Carlsen wins Marathon Game - Round 10

GM Magnus Carlsen won Round 10! With his chances to even out the match score decreasing, Carlsen assembled weight, then at last, his first full point. His win leveled the match 5-5. The aggregation of numerous great positions at last paid profits for the best on the planet. He wasn't flawless in the change.