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Saniyat24
Member since Nov-05-16 · Last seen Nov-18-17
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. Just played a game today with black, one of the best games of my life. I think it is a Pirc Defense. Classical Vriation (B07) Here's the game... White "Tahir"]
[Black "Saniyat Bin Aziz"]
Pirc Defense.Classical Variation
1.Nb1c3 Pd7d6
2.Ng1f3 Ng8f6
3.Ph2h3 Pg7g6
4.Pd2d4 Bf8g7
5.Pe2e3 O-O
6.Bf1c4 Pe7e6
7.Pe3e4 Rf8e8
8.Pd4d5 Pe6e5
9.Bc4b5 Re8e7
10.Pa2a4 Nb8d7
11.Pb2b3 Pa7a6
12.Bb5d3 Ra8b8
13.Nc3a2 Qd8f8
14.Nf3g5 Kg8h8
15.Pc2c4 Bg7h6
16.Ng5f3 Qf8g7
17.Na2b4 Nd7f8
18.Bc1a3 Re7d7
19.Nb4c2 Pg6g5
20.Pc4c5 Nf6e8
21.Pc5xd6 Pc7xd6
22.Ba3b2 Rd7c7
23.Nc2e3 Qg7g6
24.Ne3g4 Ne8g7
25.Ng4xh6 Qg6xh6
26.Bb2c1 Pf7f6
27.Pg2g4 Nf8g6
28.Bc1d2 Bc8d7
29.Qd1c1 Rb8c8
30.Qc1d1 Ng6h4
31.Nf3xh4 Qh6xh4
32.Bd3f1 Bd7e8
33.Bf1g2 Ng7h5
34.Pg4xh5 Be8xh5
35.Qd1b1 Rc8f8
36.Bd2e3 Rf8f7
37.Qb1d3 Rc7c8
38.Ke1d2 Bh5g6
39.Qd3e2 Pf6f5
40.Pf2f3 Pf5f4
41.Be3f2 Qh4h6
42.Ph3h4 Qh6f8
43.Ph4xg5 Rf7c7
44.Kd2d1 Qf8e7
45.Bf2b6 Rc7c3
46.Kd1e1 Rc3xb3
47.Bb6a5 Rc8c5
48.Ba5d2 Qe7xg5
49.Ke1f2 Qg5g3+
50.Kf2g1 Pa6a5
51.Rh1h3 Qg3g5
52.Kg1h2 Rc5c2
53.Ra1c1 Rc2a2
54.Rc1c8+ Kh8g7
55.Rc8c7+ Bg6f7
White resigns 0-1

Any comments on the game will be vastly appreciated.

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   Saniyat24 has kibitzed 421 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-11-17 Aronian vs Mamedyarov, 2017
 
Saniyat24: 39.Rd8 was a beautiful move by Aronian...he could have checked the black king with 40.Rg8+ in the next move...then the only place the black king could go was h6...then 41.Rh4 would have been # Checkmate...
 
   Nov-10-17 Nezhmetdinov vs M Kamishov, 1950
 
Saniyat24: What a beautiful three piece combination when Nezhmetdinov plays 9.Bb5...!
 
   Nov-06-17 W Kunze vs Rubinstein, 1905
 
Saniyat24: Would 22.Nf3 been a better move than castling?
 
   Nov-06-17 F Steil-Antoni vs Kosteniuk, 2009
 
Saniyat24: A blockbuster game...!
 
   Nov-06-17 Karpov vs Csom, 1977
 
Saniyat24: 47...Qg6 would have been better I think...for Csom...
 
   Nov-03-17 A Schwarz vs Bird, 1873 (replies)
 
Saniyat24: White was not in a bad position, but after the Queens were swapped, the game totally changed and the 'black-bird' won....!
 
   Oct-30-17 Filip vs Petrosian, 1965
 
Saniyat24: Very complex and fascinating game....!
 
   Oct-30-17 L Aronson vs Tal, 1957
 
Saniyat24: 26...Bb1! That move dumbfounded me(what a move, I would have never even thought about that move)...Tal could have played 33...Nh3+ and then if White plays Kh1, then 34...Qe4 is # Checkmate for Black...
 
   Oct-25-17 Spassky vs Benko, 1964 (replies)
 
Saniyat24: Got beaten, Pal?
 
   Oct-24-17 Plachetka vs S Cvetkovic, 1984
 
Saniyat24: A Wonderful thriller of a game...Cvetkovic had an uncomfortable time with his Queen in the middle game, after he decides to give up his Queen for two rooks with 32...Rg7 the game became livelier, two rooks in an open board can be dangerous, but Plachetka's Queen and bishop did the
 
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