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Member since Sep-29-12 · Last seen Mar-17-18 is one of my favorite web. I can talk much about chess and all the inherent trifling matters of it.

My kind of playing is very/deep positional style. The cornerstone of the game lies in the opening then you can grapple in the mid-game and take the win at the end-game. And believe lucky factor in chess (it kinda happened to me many times). :)


   paramount has kibitzed 191 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-09-16 M Roeder vs Hebden, 1992 (replies)
paramount: GOTD!!!
   Nov-09-16 Aronian vs R Rapport, 2016 (replies)
paramount: This game deserves GOTD!
   Oct-27-16 E Ovod vs V Gunina, 2016
paramount: GOTD !!
   Nov-18-15 Kasparov vs Ehlvest, 1978 (replies)
paramount: 16.Ncb5 is a good move, its almost a miracle. But i myself as a 2700+ player prefers 16.Bg6, its easier to calculate.
   Nov-04-15 J Hatzl vs A Bachmann, 2014
paramount: Re1 would be a nice Tuesday puzzle!!
   Oct-27-15 Mamedyarov vs P Koykka, 2015
paramount: oh wow really nice game
   Oct-26-15 W So vs Ding Liren, 2015 (replies)
paramount: this game deserves GOTD!!!!
   Oct-20-15 M Ragger vs Grischuk, 2015 (replies)
paramount: GOTD!!!!
   Jun-21-15 Smyslov vs Hort, 1973 (replies)
paramount: Not so hard for the sunday puzzle!!
   Jun-18-15 Dolmatov vs J Lechtynsky, 1981
paramount: Dvoretsky says in his book SCE-4 about 30.Kb3! "After 30.Bxd2 Rxd2+ 31.Kc3 Rxf2 the position would have become sharper Dolmatov prefers to remain in a rook ending, where he will have an overwhelming advantage" You know what??? He's right. Rook ending with a pawn advantage is ...
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