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Member since Jun-13-10 · Last seen Mar-18-18
I would say not about myself but about chess as a way of life.

"The chessboard is a battlefield, mind versus mind, or mind versus computer. The 64 squares in the chessboard with its 32 pieces surely lead your mind to complications, thus, it is an exercise of the mind, a form of relaxation. Thus, let us enjoy this site,, and learn the life in chess from past and current masters of this game."

Have fun all the way! ...dunamisvpm, a Filipino based in Davao City

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   dunamisvpm has kibitzed 397 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-14-18 Wesley So (replies)
   Jan-04-18 Santa Claus (replies)
dunamisvpm: Dear Santa, Thank you very much for the free premium membership! I just discovered your free gift today! Happy New Year to you!
   Dec-02-17 H Carlsen vs Carlsen, 2000
dunamisvpm: 43.f5
   Jul-07-17 Mamedyarov vs E Inarkiev, 2017 (replies)
dunamisvpm: How come a 2700 GM missed his hanging queen in a classical time control?
   Jun-22-17 Grand Chess Tour Paris (Rapid) (2017) (replies)
dunamisvpm: GM Wes missed the correct reply on GM Magnus blunder on move 35... Ne8? Correct reply should be 36. Nf6+! a forced move. If 36... Qxf6 then 37. Qxe8 followed by 38. Rg3+. Magnus should be the one resigning here. A very lucky win by Carlsen.
   Jun-22-17 W So vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
dunamisvpm: 36.Nf6+ is a forced move missed by GM So... GM Carlsen escaped here with a lucky win
   Jun-14-17 W So vs Caruana, 2017 (replies)
dunamisvpm: Stockfish 8 suggested 61.Rd3 for white to maintain his initiative. But GM Wes moved otherwise. GOD bless
   May-12-17 V Asadli vs Javokhir Sindarov, 2015 (replies)
dunamisvpm: Mate in 6 27...Nxg3 28.fxg3 Rf1+ 29.Kh2 Qh5 30.Bxg5 hxg5 31.Qb8+ Bc8+ 32.Kg2 Qxh1# -7.94 27...Bxc1 28.Nxc1 Nxg3 29.f3 Ne2+ 30.Kf2 Nd4 31.Qxb7 Qh4+ 32.Ke3 Qe1+ 33.N1e2 Nxc2+ 34.Kd3 Nxb4+ 35.Kc4 dxc5 36.Qxc7 Bf1 37.Qxb6 Bxe2+ 38.Nxe2 Qxe2+ 39.Kxc5 -4.19 27...Nxc5 28.bxc5 Nxg3 ...
   May-02-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
dunamisvpm: Watch how dangerous a zip line can be...
   Apr-06-17 Y Zherebukh vs Akobian, 2017 (replies)
dunamisvpm: Easy win by Akobian courtesy of Zherebukh
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