Having unexpectedly lost the previous day in the ongoing Parsvnath Delhi International Grandmasters tournament, it took him three and a half hours to win Sunday's battle.
What does IGM stand for?
IGM stands for International Grandmaster (chess)
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- Instituto Geográfico Militar (Spanish)
- Instituto Geológico Mineiro (Portugal: Institute for Geology and Mining)
- Integrated Geological Modelling
- Interest Group Meetings (Canada)
- Intergalactic Media
- Intergalactic Medium (astronomy, cosmology)
- Intergas Marketing
- Intergovernmental Meeting
- Internal Growth Manager
- International Golf Maintenance
- International Granite and Marble, Corporation
- International Graphic Machinery (Belgium)
- Internet Game Maker
- Internet Gateway Multicast
- Internet Grateful Med
- Intersex Genital Mutilation
- Intragroup Medium
- Ispettorato Generale Motorizzazione (Italian)
- Istituto Di Genetica Molecolare (Italy; CNR)
- Istituto Geografico Militare (Italy)
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In 1999, Maurice Ashley reached his goal of becoming an International Grandmaster - one of only 470 in the world at the time and the first African-American to achieve the distinction.
There is absolutely no reason why Belize couldn't develop a number of international grandmasters in the years ahead," he says confidently.
International Grandmaster of chess Neil McDonald presents Chess Success: Planning After the Opening, an in-depth guide to chess opening theories for intermediate to advanced players.
8 In 1976, Sheffield University maths student Tony Miles became the first British International Grandmaster in what?
David Thomas, 35, an International Grandmaster of Memory, is attempting to smash all the records by memorising and reciting 100 packs of individually shuffled cards.
Rogoff was awarded the life title of international grandmaster of chess by FIDE (the world chess federation) in 1978.
Any past international grandmasters, of which there are 36 living in England, will be invited to play for free.