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Member since Sep-28-13 · Last seen Apr-25-17
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 185 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-02-17 US Championship (2017) (replies)
naresb: <2) Anna Zatonskih: Drink 1.5 glasses of wine! > There is lot of dispute about that.
   Mar-30-17 Jonkman vs Naiditsch, 2003
naresb: With 20 Nab6, 21... Qc6, 24 Bd6 Black offered simplification by exchanging White's active pieces to which White came out with either creating/releasing a tactical weapon or a forcing move with 21. Ne3, 22. Bg2, 25. a4, 26. Nd5, 27. Bd2 thus restricting Black's strategy to exchange ...
   Mar-02-17 Carl Schlechter (replies)
naresb: Happy birthdfay, Carl. RIP.
   Feb-28-17 Anna Muzychuk (replies)
naresb: Happy Birthday Anna.
   Feb-27-17 Winawer vs Steinitz, 1896 (replies)
naresb: 9. BxBc3 goes defender of king side dark squares and offers double Bishop advantage to White. 15. Bh7+ checks Black king and opens up 'd' file for White Rook to attack Black's king side Knight 'Nd5'. 16. RxNd5 goes another defender of Black king side. 18. BxBd5 goes one more defender
   Jan-30-17 Boris Spassky (replies)
naresb: I hope WC Spassky carries on living in good health for a long time. Happy birthday, Boris Spassky!!
   Jan-24-17 W So vs R Rapport, 2017 (replies)
naresb: <<tamar>33...c6 appears to be extremely hard for humans to find. Probably because it is not the end of the puzzle, but switching from the light squares to dark squares, and still requiring long calculations.> His engine works well on depths rather than width, seems so :)
   Jan-24-17 Carlsen vs S Ernst, 2004 (replies)
naresb: In the end it was opposition that mattered :)
   Jan-04-17 Ioannis Nikolaidis
naresb: Happy Birthday GM Nikolaidis. I have seen some of his games, excellent play!
   Dec-16-16 Rashid Gibiatovich Nezhmetdinov
naresb: Belated, HBD RGNez
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