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AbhinavAsthana
Member since Aug-17-06 · Last seen Mar-31-16
Name: Abhinav Asthana
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   AbhinavAsthana has kibitzed 181 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-31-13 ahmadov chessforum (replies)
 
AbhinavAsthana: I'm coming back here after years, but this time, I have a special purpose as well! <Very Very <Happy Birthday> and Many Happy Returns Of The Day!> > Specially wanted to wish you on your forum, because this was the place where I first met you, around 6 years ...
 
   May-23-10 technical draw chessforum (replies)
 
AbhinavAsthana: <TD: I was... terremoto!> Once I was in Sikkim, an earthquake prone area in India. I don't remember much as I was very young that time. My father says that a high intensity earthquake hit early in the morning and the whole building was shaking for a long time. But I was
 
   May-05-10 Zahir Ahmadov (replies)
 
AbhinavAsthana: My friend does not come online that often. We miss you <ahmadov>, join back soon!
 
   May-04-10 Open Defence chessforum (replies)
 
AbhinavAsthana: Hello, I've never been to Bangalore, but my cousin got a job there lately. What is more common there? Hindi Or Telugu? What Indian Languages do you speak?
 
   May-03-10 Boomie chessforum (replies)
 
AbhinavAsthana: <Boomie...Is this India day at The Cirque or what?> lol, no
 
   May-02-10 Domdaniel chessforum (replies)
 
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   Aug-28-09 Anderssen vs Eichborn, 1857
 
AbhinavAsthana: <skb2008in: Kings Gambit has become rare in tournament games.I think one of the reasons......games won by Black in this opening is huge.> I agree it has become rare in the tournaments and black has learnt some defences but that is no reason that it should be considered ...
 
   Aug-26-09 B Tiller vs S Sulskis, 2009
 
AbhinavAsthana: 26.d5?
 
   Aug-26-09 H Westerinen vs A Raetsky, 1998
 
AbhinavAsthana: 8.Ne2 maintains the balance. I prefer it over Nf3.
 
   Aug-26-09 J Rygiel vs C Niewiadomski, 1962
 
AbhinavAsthana: 7. Nf3 has become common move it seems. Why not the best 7.d4 followed by Ne2 and 0-0. It is much safer and promising, at least for me.
 
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