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   rahulthemoron has kibitzed 34 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-13-18 Anand vs M Matlakov, 2018 (replies)
rahulthemoron: With the World Rapid title (over a field including Magnus the great) and now this, Anand seems to be on a roll. In Bengali, we have a saying that a fire flares up before it finally burns out. I feel that that is what is happening with Vishy. And personally, being an Indian and
   Dec-10-17 Carlsen vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2017 (replies)
rahulthemoron: If 31. Nxf7 - Kxf7 followed by 32. Bg5+ then the black queen has no problems at all, simply Nf6 leaves white with a pawn for a knight.
   Oct-01-17 Fressinet vs Anand, 2017 (replies)
rahulthemoron: Ulhumbrus, although all GMs study each other's games obsessively, Anand was world number 2 when Carlsen was wetting his bed - Carlsen owes a lot more to Anand in terms of learning from his games than vice versa.
   Sep-01-17 A Blees vs F Vallejo Pons, 1997 (replies)
rahulthemoron: If black plays 23.Qxg5 white saves his own queen with Qc4+ and then takes black's queen.
   Aug-29-17 World Cup (2017) (replies)
rahulthemoron: We now have a classical chess World Champion who got his crown by winning a rapid game. How silly is that?
   Oct-05-16 Isle of Man Open (2016) (replies)
rahulthemoron: India has 27 players here. We also came in 4th in the Baku Olympiad with only one low-level "Super GM" in our team. (The winner, US, had five of them). Looks like we are on the verge of doing to the world of chess what we have done to Silicon Valley - quietly and insidiously,
   Sep-28-16 Anand vs Mamedyarov, 2016 (replies)
rahulthemoron: After Anand's f4, Memy had to take the f4 pawn. It wasn't a "speculative attack". Otherwise, if he had tried to save the knight, it had only e7 to go to. Next move, Anand pushes f5 threatening the other knight, which can only retreat to h8 or f7. and thereafter the queen is ...
   Jan-28-16 Tradewise Gibraltar (2016) (replies)
rahulthemoron: Chess conclusively proves that at least in some ways, women have less efficient brains. In this game of intellect played worldwide with no extraneous bias factors like physical strength, the world No.1 woman, Yifan Hou, is actually the world No. 68.
   Nov-10-15 A Bullen vs J Fathallah, 2014 (replies)
rahulthemoron: i am so relieved - i was under the impression that this chrisowen crap was some arcane community lingo intelligible to all but me...
   Aug-28-15 Anand vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2015 (replies)
rahulthemoron: Isn't Vishy winning here? Someone please enlighten.
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