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naresb
Member since Sep-28-13 · Last seen Aug-05-18
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   naresb has kibitzed 215 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-04-18 W So vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
 
naresb: Nice piece co-ordination between White pawns & Queen! 15. b4 induced much needed flexibility to White's play. With 19. Qb3, 21. Qxc4, 24. Qd5, 26. Qd2, 30. Qxd4, 42. Qd5 White Queen offered the exact role it's supposed to. 39. b5 followed with 40. Rb2 completed the finish.
 
   Apr-18-18 M Dizdarevic vs E Teichmann, 2000
 
naresb: Black had good understanding of line pieces. Upto 21st move there wasn't any pawn break. After 24th move White's King pawn shield totally disappeared. Interestingly Black had very short chess career with poor results.
 
   Mar-04-18 D R Hay vs J S Stanley, 1888
 
naresb: It's about pin!
 
   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 (replies)
 
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)
 
naresb: team black <centralfiles: 14...Kxd6 has to be losing 15.h3 followed by Re1/Ba3+/Ne4 etc..> It looks promising with 15.h3 Nf6 16.Re1 Qg6 17.Ba3+ Bc5 18.Ne4+ Nxe4 19.Bd3 Bf5 20.Qf3 Rae8 21.Bxc5+ Kxc5 22.cxd4+ Nxd4 ...
 
   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.
 
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