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Member since Sep-28-13 · Last seen Feb-17-18
Hellow, I live in Mumbai, India. I am relatively new to this game.

A chess quote which I had came across and inspired my chess thought process:-- Michal Krasenkow: "There are two kinds of beauty in chess: the 'beauty of paradox', where the Gordian knot of problems is cut with a tactical strike or a subtle, hidden manoeuvre; and the 'beauty of logic', where a player, using his opponent's minor inaccuracies, consistently imposing more and more strokes, paints the canvas of victory."

Good to see how computer and internet/technology have contributed in flourishing this game to the ultimate.

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   naresb has kibitzed 212 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-23-18 Anand vs A Demchenko, 2017
naresb: Anand saw the finishing pattern after 11... gxBf6!
   Jan-06-18 P Zelbel vs V Laznicka, 2017
naresb: I think he did everything perfect!
   Dec-24-17 Adams vs D J Mooney, 1985
naresb: Nice to see two patterns in sight in this game- Bishop pair, Queen attacking opponent's King side and possible Qg7 supported by friendly piece. White displayed nice technique of mobile pawn push to undermine opponent's Kingside pawns.
   Dec-22-17 Adams vs J Levitt, 1989
naresb: Rook taking advantage of an Isolated Pawn, rare occasion I think. Nice pattern to watch! White LSB eyeing 'h7', DSB eyeing 'h6' & White Queen on 'h' file. There must be pre-condition I suppose- Black DSB off the board.
   Dec-13-17 S Danailov vs Kasparov, 1980
naresb: 15. Bd3 didn't go well. White with kingside pawn push could have exploited light squared weakness. After 23. Re2, Ng1-f3-Rg2-Ne2-Nc3-Rd2-Bf1-Be2 could offer enough restriction to Black pieces.
   Dec-10-17 Team White vs Team Black, 2017 (replies)
   Nov-25-17 Adams vs N Dickenson, 1984
naresb: 16... b4 was replied with simplification and 25. a5, 32... g6 replied with 33. g4, 35... f5 replied with 36. g5 thus inducing principle of two weaknesses.
   Nov-25-17 Adams vs S Saeed, 1984
naresb: White was ahead in development of pieces. Blackís blunder for not taking restrictive measures like taking early action against advancing pawn n pieces, failure to employ right defensive measures allowed White to increase his activity and decrease Blackís activity.
   Nov-24-17 Adams vs A Muir, 1984
naresb: Well, White managed to restrict Black to induce weakness by way of preventing opponentís pawns from adjacent flanks from getting connected. White succeeded with positional exchange sacrifice to remove Nc6 important defender of weak pawns, an easy QS pawn majority attack, tactics with
   Nov-24-17 Adams vs S Mohr, 1984
naresb: <morphyvsfischer> Agreed with everything.
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