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Member since Nov-05-16 · Last seen May-29-17
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 254 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-28-17 Reshevsky vs G N Treysman, 1938
Saniyat24: A night to forget...! I have seldom seem someone bottling another player like this...such domination...!
   May-28-17 Maric vs Matulovic, 1956
Saniyat24: Beautiful little game, very nice ending, the bishop was at the right place...!
   May-27-17 Korchnoi vs Tal, 1962 (replies)
Saniyat24: <An Englishman> I tried your suggestion in my board....I doubt that these two greats would have played what I tried, but still.. 49...Qc7+ 50.ef6 Kf7 51.Rd7+Ke6 52.Re7+ Kd6 53.Kf5 Ra8 54.Bc1 Ke5 55.Rh7 Kb4 56.Rb7+ Kc4 57.Ke6 Re8+ 58.Kf7 Rh8 59.Ke6 Re6+ 60.Kf5 Ra8 61.g5 a3 ...
   May-27-17 Topalov vs Caruana, 2014
Saniyat24: Superb display by both players...Caruana has in him that flavor that 1850-1900's Masters had...he consolidates his position in the opening, plays attacking middle game and looks for better position and Topalov is absolutely cornered in the end. Caruana's 6...Nc7 ...
   May-27-17 Karjakin vs Van Wely, 2017 (replies)
Saniyat24: must be one of the highlights of the tournament...Karjakin showed steely nerves which van Wely was renowned for...!
   May-27-17 Huebner vs Korchnoi, 1989 (replies)
Saniyat24: Brave-boy Korchnoi? or is it Viktor the Mad Max...the end game is trademark Korchnoi...The Pirc if played correctly can be a smooth little killer for both White & Black....
   May-26-17 Petrosian vs Karpov, 1973
Saniyat24: Capablanca, Petrosian and Karpov are the greatest grinders of the game...!
   May-26-17 Kotov vs Botvinnik, 1939 (replies)
Saniyat24: amazing tussle...and a great move 37...Qg2+ by Botvinnik...Black's pseudo-threat 33...Ra3 brought about Kotov's mistaken move 34.Kh1?
   May-26-17 Tal vs V Soloviev, 1955
Saniyat24: What a pawn chain by Tal, which keeps his King in virtually untouchable position, Soloviev stayed with Tal in the beginning, but when Tal attacked all-out, he crumbled...
   May-26-17 I Nepomniachtchi vs Li Chao, 2017
Saniyat24: 12.Bg5 by Nepomniachtchi is a novelty in this line...!
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