Generally a Pawn down Rook endgames can be defended with correct play. However, things become tricky when you have only seven seconds left on the clock and your opponent is a Grandmaster. Yes increment of two seconds was there, still it was not that easy. Both the position and the clock demands a precise play. FM Ayushh Ravikumar (1519) was defending against GM Laxman R R (2361) who loves the faster time controls. Did the teenager manage to hold a draw? Find out in this video.
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