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Member since Nov-05-16 · Last seen Jun-18-18
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.

Should I give one of my most recent games? After finishing the game, my experience was, that I played okay...there were some tense moments in the middle though...

So here is the game,

Saniyat[Ban] Vs Nikowhycassel[BUL]

D20: Queen's Gambit Accepted: 3.Nc3

1.d4 d5 2.c4 dc4 3.Nc3 a6 4. a4 Nc6
5.Nf3 Bf5 6. e4 Bg6 7. Bc4 e6 8. 0-0 Bb4
9.Re1 Nf6 10.e5 Ng4 11.h3 Nh6 12.h4 Ng4
13.Bg5 f6 14.ef6 gf6 15.Bf4 Na5 16.Be6 Nb6
17.Bh6 Qd6 18. Nd5 Be1 19.Qe1 Kd8 20.Nf6 Nb3
21.Ra3 Nd4 22.Nd4 Qd4 23.Nd5 Re8
24.Bg5+ Re7 25.Ne7 Ke8 26.Re3 h6
27.Ng6 hg5 28.Bh3+ Kf7 29.Ne5+ Kg7
30.Re4 Qb2 31.hg5 Re8 32.f4 Qc2
33.Kh2 c5 34.Qh4 Qe4 35. Qh6+ Kg8
36.g6 Rf8 37.Be6+ Rf7
38.gf7# Checkmate 1-0
The game was 30 minutes Rapid, played online.

...and what about this game
Saniyat [Ban] vs Pachamen [Co]
(sacrifice: 22.Bd6)
A30: English Opening: Symmetrical Variation 2.g3

1.c4 c5
2.g3 e5
3.Bg2 Nf6
4.Nc3 Nc6
5.d3 d6
6.Nf3 d5
7.b3 dc4
8.bc4 Qa5
9.Bd2 Nd4
10.0-0 Qb6
11.Ne5 Qe6
12.Bf4 Ng4
13.e3 Ne5
14.ed4 cd4
15.Nd5 Bd6
16.Re1 b5
17.Rb1 Rb8
18.Rb2 0-0
19.Rbe2 bc4
20.dc4 Qf5
21.Qd4 Nd3
22.Bd6 Ne1
23.Ne7+ Kh8
24.Nf5 Nc2
25.Qg7# Checkmate 1-0

This game also was 30 minutes Rapid, and played online.

Used to think that Ruy Lopez is boring, but you can't avoid it. Today, 8th April 2018 I played one of my best matches with the Ruy Lopez. So let's see the game...

Saniyat(Ban) vs Deppelton(Ger)

C60: Ruy Lopez Opening.Gunderam Variation

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 Qf6 4.Nc3 Nd4 5.Bd3 Bc5 6.Nd5 Qd6 7.c3 c6 8.Ne3 Nf3+ 9.Qf3 Nf6 10.h3 Bb6 11.a3 Bc7 12.b4 b5 13.Bb2 Bb7 14.0-0-0 0-0 15.Be2 Rfc8 16.Nf5 Qf8 17.d3 g6 18.Ne3 h5 19.Qf6 Qh6 20.Kb1 Bd8 21.Qd6 Bg5 22.Bc1 Re8 23.Rhf1 Rab8 24.d4 c5 25.dc5 Be4+ 26.Kb2 f5 27.Qd7 a5 28.Bb5 ab4 29.cb4 f4 30.Nc4 Bf5 31.Qd5+ Kf8 32.Be8 Re8 33.Nd6 Rd8 34.Qf7# Checkmate 1-0

Like the other two games this game was also 30 min Rapid, played online.

For a change here's a nice Caro-Kann Defense game where I got checkmated in 36 moves. It was a 3 day per move match. Opponent had 700 rating more than me. His name is Goridulich Evgeniy. So here's the game...

1.e4 c6
2.d4 d5
3.Nc3 h6
4.f3 e6
5.Bd3 b6
6.g3 Nf6
7.Qe2 dxe4
8.Nxe4 Qxd4
9.Be3 Qd8
10.Nxf6+ Qxf6
11.c3 Qd8
12.O-O-O Qc7
13.Nh3 Be7
14.Kb1 O-O
15.Qc2 Na6
16.Nf2 Bb5
17.b3 b4
18.Bxa6 Bxa6
19.c4 Rad8
20.Rc1 Bf6
21.Ne4 Be7
22.Bc5 Bxc5
23.Nxc5 Bc8
24.Rhe1 Rfe8
25.Nd3 c5
26.f4 a5
27.Nb2 e5
28.Rxe5 Rxe5
29.fxe5 Qxe5
30.Nd3 Qe4
31.Re1 Qd4
32.Rd1 Bf5
33.Qe2 Qc3
34.Qc2 Rxd3
35.Qxc3 Rxd1+
36.Kb2 Rb1#

I can also play the's a game...

Saniyat[BAN] vs Michealmaxmm44[EG]
French Defense: Normal Variation
1.e4 e6 2.d4 Qh4 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.Bd2 Bc3 5.bc3 Qe4+ 6.Qe2 Qe2+ 7.Ne2 Nc6 8.g3 Nf6 9.Bg2 d5 10.0-0 e5 11.f4 ed4
12.cd4 Bg4 13.Rfe1 Be2 14. Re2+ Ne4
15.Be4 de4 16.Re4+ Kf8 17.Rae1 g6
18.a3 Kg7 19. Bc3 b5 20.d5+ f6
21.dc6 Rab8 22.Re7+ Kh6 23.Bf6 Rhf8
24.Bg5+ Kh5 25.R1e5 Rb6 26.Bh4+ Kh6
27.Bg5+ Kh5 28.Rh7+ Kh4 29.Kf2 Rc6
30.Rh4# Checkmate 1-0

This also was a 30 minute Rapid game played online.

>> Click here to see Saniyat24's game collections.

   Saniyat24 has kibitzed 678 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-06-18 Bogoljubov vs E R Lundin, 1941 (replies)
Saniyat24: What a brilliant final position, black King cannot take either of the knights, as then the other knight will check the King and pick up the Rook...!
   Jun-05-18 Morozevich vs Caruana, 2012
Saniyat24: ...a little hole in the wall...!
   Jun-04-18 M Stojkovska vs V Bogdanovski, 2015
Saniyat24: Nice structures and a nice sacrifice...!
   Jun-04-18 V Arbakov vs G Vescovi, 1993
Saniyat24: Nice attacking game from the start to finish by Arbakov...!
   Jun-04-18 Ragozin vs Flohr, 1944
Saniyat24: Ragozin's rooks were more active than Flohr's. The game became interesting in the latter stages when Flohr counter attacked. Ragozin maneuvered his knight beautifully to blunt those attacks in the end game...
   Jun-04-18 C de Ronde vs H Kamstra, 1938
Saniyat24: Heavy traffic and congestion in the middle game...!
   Jun-04-18 Ivanchuk vs Judit Polgar, 1996
Saniyat24: Nice sacrifice to open the door in the middle...!
   Jun-04-18 Ivanchuk vs Topalov, 1996
Saniyat24: What harmony of the pieces by Chucky, and the spatial advantage he got in this game was a-m-a-z-i-n-g..., "Veni, Vidi, Vici".
   Jun-04-18 Alekhine vs Lasker, 1924 (replies)
Saniyat24: Could Alekhine have carried on the attack with 34.Ne3-Ng4-Nh6+ ?
   Jun-04-18 Boleslavsky vs Bronstein, 1950
Saniyat24: A fierce battle...!
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