The best Autobiography I have ever read. Very emotional at some point, and tells about how to take win and defeat in life. We have one thing in common, both of us learn chess for first time from our mothers.
A peerless ambassador of chess, he is one of the most revered names in the sport. From the time he learnt to move pieces on a chessboard as a six-year old, Vishy – as Anand is fondly called – has racked up innumerable accolades.
In Mind Master, Vishy looks back on a lifetime of games played, opponents tackled and circumstances overcome, and draws from its depths significant tools that will help every reader navigate life’s challenges.