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Member since Nov-05-16 · Last seen Jul-25-17
I am a chess enthusiast. I learned chess from my mother.I played some U-21 tournaments in my country, but I am not a rated player. My favorite opening is the English Opening.
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   Saniyat24 has kibitzed 311 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-24-17 Purdy vs G Koshnitsky, 1932
Saniyat24: Quiet an unusual English Opening game...!
   Jul-24-17 Suetin vs Taimanov, 1962
Saniyat24: Aesthetically a beautiful game...!
   Jul-23-17 Morozevich vs Adams, 2001
Saniyat24: After Morozevich's 26th move, after everything is settled a bit, in the right hand corner of White, White's King in h1, Rook in f1, a pawn in g2, a pawn in h3, and the light-colored bishop in f3, makes a cross which is pretty...!
   Jul-22-17 Bronstein vs E Rojahn, 1956
Saniyat24: One of the funniest puns (if you know that Rogan Josh is a lamb dish), that I have come across, and an amazing game, especially the middle game after 24.f4, how Bronstein squeezed his opponent was something very special indeed...!
   Jul-21-17 Bondarevsky vs Ragozin, 1948
Saniyat24: Wonderful use of his minor pieces by Ragozin, both in the opening and later...Bondarevsky tries counter-attacking here and there, and wins a rook, but Black already has established a superior position, after his move 28...Nf4. Among so many beautiful moves 31...e5 and 43...g5 ...
   Jul-21-17 Balashov vs Tal, 1972
Saniyat24: The battle of the Light square(White) vs the battle of dark squares (Black), at the end Tal's pawns are on the light square making White's light square not so effective...also he placed his King in a dark square, but Balashov was busy too busy using his bishop and Queen against ...
   Jul-21-17 Korchnoi vs Karpov, 1974 (replies)
Saniyat24: Forget Karpov vs Fischer for a second...Have there been a more hotly contested Candidates Final than the 1974 Karpov-Korchnoi? It was played under immense pressure and drama...and Korchnoi fought like hell(he also lost some from winning positions...) If only Korchnoi could have ...
   Jul-21-17 Ivanchuk vs Topalov, 1997
Saniyat24: could have played 24.Rc2 or Bb1...
   Jul-21-17 Ivanchuk vs Kasparov, 1997
Saniyat24: may be "Chuk Ivanfuk" can be the pun for this game...!
   Jul-21-17 Bacrot vs J Gustafsson, 2003
Saniyat24: Very efficiently played by Bacrot, all the time aiming to attack on the King-side...
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