Nodirbek Abdusattorov is an Uzbek chess prodigy - who bitted Magnus Carlsen in the 2021 Rapid World Champion games and became the youngest to do so in history!
As a chess autodidact prodigy, he qualified for the title Grandmaster at the age of 13 years, 1 month, and 11 days.
FIDE gave him the title in April 2018.
As a child prodigy, In 2012 Nodirbek won the Under 8 division of the World Youth Chess Championships in Maribor, Slovenia.
In 2014 he beat two grandmasters, Andrey Zhigalko and Rustam Khusnutdinov, in the 8th Georgy Agzamov Memorial tournament when he was only 9 years old, held in his home city of Tashkent. In 26 June 2020 Abdusattorov placed 2nd-6th in the 1st Mukhtar Ismagambetov Memorial along with Shakhriyar Mamedyarov, Dmitriy Bocharov, Kazybek Nogerbek, and Davit Maghalashvili, with a score of 8.5/11.
In the FIDE rating list of April 2015, Nodirbek set a new record for the youngest player to enter the top 100 juniors, at eleven years old.
In November 2015 Abdusattorov won the fourth place in the category of players under 12 years old in Porto-Carase. Noribek had a 8½ out of 12 score
In October 2017 he took third place at Chigorin’s memorial tournament scoring 6½ out of 9. During that tournament Abdusattorov improved his rating over 2500 points which qualified him for the title of grandmaster.
In December 2021, Abdusattorov participated in the 2021 FIDE World Rapid Championship, achieving a preliminary score of 9.5/13 in a four-way tie for first place, while defeating among others reigning world chess champion Magnus Carlsen. With a subsequent win of 1.5/2 over Ian Nepomniachtchi in the tie-breaks, Abdusattorov won the Rapid Championship and became the youngest Rapid World Champion in history and the youngest World Champion overall in the three recognized time control formats
Nodirbek is a distinguished member of the child prodigy club, which is constructed by many chil prodigies throughout history.
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PNWCC Super G60 (2020)
World Youth Chess Championships (2012)