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Baskaran Adhiban was born on 15 August, 1992 in Mayiladuthurai, India, is an Indian chess Grandmaster. At 28 years old, Baskaran Adhiban height not available right now. We will update Baskaran Adhiban's height soon as possible.

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Baskaran Adhiban Age 30 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 15 August 1992
Birthday 15 August
Birthplace Mayiladuthurai, India
Nationality India

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Baskaran Adhiban Net Worth

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Adhiban won the 2018 Reykjavik Open, scoring 7½/9 (+6–0=3). He recorded victories over Alejandro Ramírez, Maxime Lagarde and Richárd Rapport..


Despite being the lowest rated player at the 2017 Tata Steel Masters Tournament, he managed to finish third with a score of 7.5 points out of 13 (+4-2=7). He defeated Sergey Karjakin, Dmitry Andreikin, Richárd Rapport, and Radosław Wojtaszek.


In January 2016, Adhiban won the 2016 Tata Steel Challengers Tournament in a 3-way tie. The co-leaders were GM Alexei Dreev and GM Eltaj Safarli, all of whom earned 9 points out of 13 (+6-1=6). Because Adhiban defeated them both, he had the better tiebreaks and was therefore awarded the spot in the next Tata Steel Masters tournament.


He was also a member of the winning team of the Spanish League 2015, Solvay, along with teammates Pentala Harikrishna, Surya Shekhar Ganguly, Aleksander Delchev, Sergio Cacho Reigadas, Jesus Maria De La Villa Garcia, and Elizbar Ubilava.

Adhiban competed in the Chess World Cup 2015, where he was knocked out by Vladimir Fedoseev in the first round, after the rapid tiebreaks.


In July 2014 he won the Masters open tournament of the Biel Chess Festival. In the following month, he contributed to India's bronze medal at the 41st Chess Olympiad in Tromsø scoring 7/11 on board four.


Adhiban won the 2013 Sants Open in Barcelona with a score of 8.5 points out of 10. This event included 23 GMs and 28 IMs.


In 2011, he won the Cultural Village tournament in Wijk aan Zee and thanks to this victory he qualified for the 2012 Tata Steel C tournament. In this latter event, he tied for 3rd–4th with Daan Brandenburg with a score of 8.5/13. In the Chess World Cup 2013, Adhiban caused an upset in the first two rounds, beating 2710-rated Russian GM Evgeny Alekseev in the first round, and Alexandr Fier in the second one.


In 2007 he won the Asian under-16 championship in Tashkent. Adhiban played on the first board for the gold medal-winning Indian team at the Under-16 Chess Olympiad of 2007 and 2008.


Baskaran Adhiban (born 15 August 1992 in Mayiladuthurai) is an Indian chess Grandmaster. He was the 2008 World Under-16 Champion and the 2009 Indian champion.