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yadasampati
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 (www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1849553), 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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