“CSK Theekshana, Matheesha Pathirana Playing Chess in latest CSK Viral Post” Fans ask how they are playing without King

Have you ever wondered how the Kingless Chess game is played? No need to fear; according to the most recent CSK Viral article, two Sri Lankan athletes, Theekshana and Matheesha Pathirana, are competing in this well-known indoor sport event without King.

People are speculating on how they will play the game without King, and some have posted amusing comments on social media.

These two Sri Lankan Duo have been forefront for CSK in the ongoing edition of IPL and the franchise have done wonders in the marquee event.

Let me share some of the Twitter reaction of fans in the below format before we dive deep into more details:

Currently sitting comfortably in second place in the points standings behind Gujarat Titans, Chennai Super Kings have been in outstanding form during this year’s IPL 2023.

The bowling of the Chennai Super Kings has been somewhat inexperienced, but players like Pathirana and Theekshana have helped them perform effectively when the game is on the line.

Every game that Chennai Super Kings is playing in the current IPL season has taken on even more significance because it is thought that MS Dhoni may play in his final major match.

The support that the franchise is getting for this continuing major event has taken on a unique significance.

IPL 2023, is reaching towards its penultimate end of the tournament where distinct teams are putting their best feet forward to stamped their authority.

Considering how different franchises have fared so far in the marquee event, likes of LSG, GT and CSK is looking most solid to reach in the playoffs.

Till 21st May 2023, league stage will be played post that how distinct teams have fared back then we will have our top semifinalist teams.

All these four teams will lock horns against each other and result of playoffs stage will decide top teams of the tournament and the final match which will be played on 27th May 2023 will produce new champion of IPL.