History of success

Tashkent City
Nodirbek Abdusattorov

One of the youngest grandmasters in the world

About the hero

Achievements

At the age of five, the wunderkind won the championship among boys under the age of eight in Tashkent city.


A year later, Abdusattorov won the Uzbekistan championship among ten-year-old chess players.


Later, the teenager began to attend sections of the "House of Youth Creativity in Tashkent". One of the coaches of his group was Rustam Kasymzhanov.


In 2012, he won the World Chess Championship among teenagers (in the category of children to the age of 8) Maribor, Slovenia.


In 2014, at the age of 9, he defeated two grandmasters Andrei Zhigalko and Rustam Khusnutdinov at the 8th tournament dedicated to the memory of Georgy Agzamov in Tashkent.



Brief biography

The future grandmaster was born on September 18, 2004. Nodirbek independently learned the rules for moving pieces on the board, by watching the game of his brother and sister (who attended chess classes).


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