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Sourav
Member since Apr-09-05 · Last seen Feb-23-18
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   Sourav has kibitzed 74 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-23-18 Tal vs Petrosian, 1974 (replies)
 
Sourav: <ChessHigherCat> Thanks! But, what about 18...Bg4? I will also find the answer on my own.
 
   Feb-04-18 Pachman vs Szabo, 1947
 
Sourav: Thank you <Retireborn>!
 
   Dec-31-17 Karjakin vs Radjabov, 2008
 
Sourav: Why didn't White play 17. Nd5? Here is one line: 17. Nd5 Qd2 18. Ne7+ K~ 19. Bd2 thereby winning a pawn.
 
   Dec-16-17 Szabo vs Wade, 1949 (replies)
 
Sourav: After 12. Bg5, why didn't Black return the Knight to f6?
 
   Mar-12-17 Tal vs R Toran Albero, 1961
 
Sourav: This game is given in the book "The Complete Manual of Positional Chess" by Sakaev and Landa. In that book, the authors criticize the move 7...Nbd7. They state that White can now drive away the Knight on f6. But, can't White do that even if Black does not play 7...Nbd7? Also, even if
 
   Feb-25-17 Tal vs Uhlmann, 1971 (replies)
 
Sourav: Please ignore the question above. 7. Bf4 is simply met by 7...Nd4. Also, 7...f6 is better met by 8.Be3 than by 8.Bf4.
 
   Jan-08-17 Jesus Maria De La Villa Garcia (replies)
 
Sourav: Position I.6 is as follows: [DIAGRAM] The author states 'Black wins, no matter whose move it is'. I do not see how black can win this game. Can someone please explain?
 
   Nov-08-15 Gore Yogesh
 
Sourav: He was my childhood friend. We used to live in Bilaspur (India). We played only a few games. He always won! He passed away on 18-May-2007. Rest in peace my friend!!
 
   Jul-02-14 Kramnik vs Bareev, 2003
 
Sourav: Thank you Shams! Thank you Albertan! I definitely need to sharpen my calculation skills!!
 
   Apr-26-14 Alan Trefler (replies)
 
Sourav: I met Alan in June last year at Pega WORLD, which is an annual conference that Pegasystems organizes for its partners and clients.
 
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