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Member since Jul-09-11 · Last seen Apr-30-17
Anything is possible until the contrary has been proved

   yadasampati has kibitzed 127 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-26-17 O Michaelis vs J A Leonard, 1860 (replies)
yadasampati: Very easy. Took me less than 10 seconds. The idea of creating a hole in whites line of pawns is obvious, and there are actually no other moves for black that seem to lead anywhere.
   Apr-22-17 Carlsen vs Yu Yangyi, 2015 (replies)
yadasampati: Not so difficult. It took me less than half a minute to see that Rxe6 followed by Qxe6 devastates blacks defense, and will either win the bishop on d6 or the pawn on g6.
   Apr-14-17 A Kharatyan vs A Gasik, 2007 (replies)
yadasampati: White is finished. After 40. Qb1 (the only move) follows Qxb1+ Kxb1 Nd2+ and the rook is also lost, leaving white with a lonely knight against two pawns, a knight, a bishop and a rook.
   Apr-09-17 Gelfand vs E Alekseev, 2008 (replies)
yadasampati: Thanks <Muttley101>. This is a perfect Sunday in more than one respect, because here in the Netherlands the sun is shining beautifully, and i am about to leave for a fantastic bike trip to the north. Greetings from Amsterdam!
   Apr-08-17 Mamedyarov vs B Galstian, 2002 (replies)
yadasampati: <devere> Thanks for your answer, but i do not agree with your statement that if you could see it, Stockfish could certainly see it. After his game against Hikaru Nakamura in the London Chess Classic 2016 (, Fabiano Caruana ...
   Apr-01-17 B Jonasson vs Angantysson, 1984 (replies)
yadasampati: I do not understand this puzzle, because white can win the game with 28. Ne3! See the comment in the notation: "White resigns unnecessarily, as 28.Ne3! would allow White to cover f1 and win the game."
   Mar-29-17 M Amini vs R Gralla, 2010 (replies)
yadasampati: <Once> I fully agree with you. Everyone is free to comment whatever he likes. In that spirit, i reacted on a certain type of comments. Indeed, one can ignore them, but in my case i felt it useful to say something about them. Thanks for your point of view, anyhow :-)
   Mar-26-17 N Vitiugov vs Sasikiran, 2015 (replies)
yadasampati: <An Englishman> You are not the only one. It might be similar to a problem of many modern scientists. They have a high degree of intelligence but sometimes fail to see simple explanations, because they are looking in the wrong direction.
   Mar-25-17 P Carlsson vs I Papaioannou, 2007 (replies)
yadasampati: Intuition did it again. Bxe6 came into my mind in a few seconds, with Bxa7+ somewhere in the continuation. The breaking down of blacks pawn structure and the initiative it creates were enough for me to go for it.
   Mar-19-17 E Tate vs A Chibukhchian, 2013 (replies)
yadasampati: My first thought was: break that wall. And it was right. No need for complex analysis, just plain intuition. It took me 5 seconds.
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