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AniamL
Member since Jan-11-05
Currently a senior at Washington University in St Louis. I've been playing chess (and visiting chessgames.com daily) for 5 years, but still don't have the dedication required to do true -research-. I also don't have any formal ratings yet... Soon.

I'm a blunder master.

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   AniamL has kibitzed 253 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-31-12 Simagin vs Kholmov, 1966 (replies)
 
AniamL: <Al Wazir> I think Nd5 holds everything for white after 20...Qd4.
 
   Apr-23-11 E Alekseev vs Y Kuzubov, 2006
 
AniamL: Quite an interesting game, replete with tactics by Alekseev.
 
   Sep-10-10 Carlsen vs The World, 2010 (replies)
 
AniamL: <Domdaniel> Thanks, that is some very interesting information.
 
   Sep-10-10 RAW Chess Challenge (2010) (replies)
 
AniamL: <jacqueslaumone> The problem is that the three GMs have completely different plans. Polgar's plan was still to open up the kingside, as it has been this whole game.
 
   Jul-13-10 R Vera vs J Becerra Rivero, 1996 (replies)
 
AniamL: At first I looked at Qg5+ and f6 after the knight move, but then I realized that Rg1# works a little bit better :)
 
   Jul-09-10 Naiditsch vs T Dao, 2008 (replies)
 
AniamL: <JG27Pyth> Yes, agb2002 has analyzed this in line A.2.c I agree, it seems completely crushing.
 
   Apr-21-10 Ujtelky vs Parma, 1966 (replies)
 
AniamL: I thought about ...Qxd1 for a while but noticed Qxc4 right as I clicked the link to this game. Immediately I saw the "♕ sac: 25...Qd3" underneath the game though, so I didn't get another chance to figure the puzzle out on my own :O
 
   Dec-16-09 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
AniamL: "I'll groen in" case anyone posts any bad puns after this one.
 
   Oct-13-09 Edelman vs I Mazel, 1928 (replies)
 
AniamL: hahaha, great pun for the netophiles :) Very interesting game as well. Netophiles, I like it.
 
   Oct-10-09 US Women's Chess Championship (2009) (replies)
 
AniamL: <nigelsnoru: <Unfortunately for the chess comparison, in SC the "quick fingers" aspect is the most important of the four.>> I wouldn't say "most important" because all four aspects are pivotal. Without advanced strategy you have about the same chances of beating (the ...
 
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