Hailing from a humble background Pragnesh Solanki decided early on that he wants to take on the world of chess. As he started losing his eyesight he made himself aware of what was on the cards. He prepared himself by learning chess the blindfold way and have been playing various tournaments across India. He is a chess enthusiast and actively teaches chess free of cost.
The video is divided into two parts – In the first part, you can see him playing an amazing endgame; in the second part, he speaks to ChessBase India and shares his story. Players like Pragnesh are an inspiration for everyone.
Video: ChessBase India
Interview by Aditya Sur Roy
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