The most recent edition of the Chess960 Titled Arena showed that the title you have isn't all-defining, with some great showings by non-GM masters! Here's a fun tactic from the warm-up event to whet the appetite (white to play, see if you can spot it - and a bonus challenge, would you play it after only 8 seconds?)
The main event kicked off with a strong showing from GM tgk59 who took an early lead... and then the inevitable happened when you lead - you have to play Magnus. Position 941 is notoriously tricky for black, and it showed! The reigning 960 TA champion (and world champion) ended up having to give his queen up for two knights to survive - check out the game below (it's worth it).
It was GM tgk59's first loss, but they held on to the lead for a considerable time! One hour in, Magnus took the lead, with IM Saveliy Golubov (Boss1005) close on his heels. However, it was fan-favourite GM Andrew Tang (penguingim1) who was to wrench the lead away.
Next a game from NM Janak Awatramani (Jasugi99) who was playing incognito at the time, showing that even those players who are "only" NM are still pretty decent at chess it turns out!