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Anish Giri I started chess around the age of seven. I was inspired by the game, but soon legends like Kasparov, Karpov, Fischer, Anand and many other world champions captivated me.
Anish Giri If you are serious about being a professional chess player, do know what your parents think and what their expectations are from you.
Anish Giri Online it is much more important to have good quick instincts and the nature of opening preparations changes too, as there is less time to delve deep into the position once the computer preparation en
Anish Giri Spending most of my time on chess there is not much else I can be much good at but I enjoy spending time with my wife, parents, siblings and friends, listening to music, some sports, the Web and well.
Anish Giri Despite having an Indian grandmother and a Nepalese father, I have never been to India before. I have been to Nepal a couple of times, which isn't that far.
Anish Giri As a chess player I learn to adapt to new situations and always try to make the best move without looking back or asking why and how I ended up in a situation I ended up in.
Anish Giri I think chess players are not always what you think them to be. Or maybe it's our job to appear serious.
Anish Giri Since I used to visit Nepal often in the past with my father, I have a fair idea about festivals and culture of both Nepal and India. The two countries have many similarities.