Praggnanandhaa wins $108,000 chess scholarship to Webster University
At the recently concluded Reykjavik Open, even though the Indian phenom Praggnanandhaa did not earn a GM norm, he did finish in a tie for 4th place, and top 20 and under.
In addition to cash prizes, he also won a full tuition and fees scholarship to Webster University (current value is approximately $108,000).
Final standings (top 40)
A scholarship to Webster University for top under 20 finisher!
We already reported last week that Susan Polgar was already donating extra prizes to the Fischer Random Cup which will be held on the rest day, 9th of March during the Reykjavik Open. Susan didn’t stop there and her university program at Webster has agreed to sponsor a scholarship to the top finisher under 20…