Five-time world chess champion Magnus Carlsen lost to an Indian little boy.

17-year-old Indian chess prodigy Pragyanand faced a high-pressure moment in his final match at the FTX Crypto Cup

17-year-old Indian chess prodigy Pragyanand faced a high-pressure moment in his final match at the FTX Crypto Cup

Pragyananand produced a clutch moment against Magnus Carlsen and went on to create history by winning 3 games in a row in the blitz playoffs.

Although Carlsen won the FTX Crypto Cup, it was not without really breaking a sweat against the teenage prodigy from Tamil Nadu, who has been a bit troubling for Carlsen lately.

The conflict between the two was intense and Pragyanand had to struggle a lot to come back with some amazing moves.

The conflict between the two was intense and Pragyanand had to struggle a lot to come back with some amazing moves.

Carlson sweated a lot during the match, he took time in many moves.

Carlson sweated a lot during the match, he took time in many moves.

Pragyananand finished a well-deserved second in the FTX Crypto Cup, just below Carlsen

Pragyananand finished a well-deserved second in the FTX Crypto Cup, just below Carlsen

Carlson who somehow managed to defend his title despite the threats.

Carlson who somehow managed to defend his title despite the threats.

Carlsen, the reigning world champion of Norway, took the title but the 17-year-old's genius took on the iron with a game in the final round shootout.