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Hesam7
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   Mar-27-16 Nakamura vs Anand, 2016 (replies)
 
Hesam7: <Nakamura: I know already the computer is already giving only this move 11...gxh4 as okay, 12 Bb2 and something like this 12...Nxd5 13 cxd5 Ne5 14 bxc5 and 14...Bg4 and it is a very strange position- 15 Qc2 Nf3+ 16 Bxf3 Bxf3 and something like 17 h3 or 17 cxd first-I think it's ...
 
   Mar-12-16 Anand vs Topalov, 2016 (replies)
 
Hesam7: <Ron: Yeah, it could have gotton ugly for Anand if Topalov had played 20 ... Bf2. Play could then go: 21. Kxf2 Qh4+ 22. g3 Nxe4+ 23. Rxe4 Qxe4 24. g4 Qe1+ 25. Kg2 Bg6 26. Nd2 Rab8 27. Ra3 Re2+ 28. Bxe2 Qxe2+ 29. Kg1 Bd3 30. Rxd3 Qxd3 31. Nf1 Qxh3 32. Ne3 Qg3+ 33. Kf1 Analysis ...
 
   May-24-15 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1936 (replies)
 
Hesam7: 22 b4 was the losing move but Alekhine did not find the win which would have followed after 22...g5! [DIAGRAM] The following line is now more or less forced: 23 Nf3 f4 24 gf4 gf4 25 Bf4 Qg7 25 Bg3 Bf5 26 Qb3 Nc3 27 Rc3 Bc3 [DIAGRAM] White is an exchange down but Black's threats are ...
 
   May-08-15 Anand vs W So, 2015 (replies)
 
Hesam7: Finally some concrete analysis on 14...ef4. 1. Kavalek: <14...ef4 15 Nf3 g5 16 g3 g4 17 fg3 17 hg3 c6 18 Nd4, White lands his pieces on the weak light squares.> Here 17...c6? is a mistake, as I have posted before Black should play 17...d5! which prevents 18 Nd4? which loses on
 
   Apr-21-15 Adams vs Carlsen, 2015 (replies)
 
Hesam7: According to Stockfish after 24...Bc3 the position becomes equal and stays equal until the end of the game. The machine recommendation is 24...Bh8!? 25 Bh8 Rh8: [DIAGRAM] The crucial difference with the game continuation is that the d4-square is available for a Black Knight. The ...
 
   Apr-19-15 Caruana vs Carlsen, 2015 (replies)
 
Hesam7: This is yet another argument for playing 1 Nf3! where you can meet 1...f5 with 2 d3!.
 
   Apr-04-15 Anand vs Shirov, 2000 (replies)
 
Hesam7: <DrGridlock: Some confusing opening chatter so far on this game. John Watson does use this as a model game for the Classical Variation of the French defense in "Mastering the Chess Openings, vol 1." Watson gives black's 13'th move ... a4 an (!). After black's 18'th move ... Bxh4+ ...
 
   Feb-07-15 Aronian vs Anand, 2015 (replies)
 
Hesam7: <Ulhumbrus: Aronian said that <Anand should have played 23...hxg3 and he stood better but this was my lucky day>> After 23...hg3 Black isn't just better he is winning: (A) 24 hg3 now with 24...Kg7 Black can force the following: 25 e4 Nd4 26 Nd4 Rh8 27 Nb7 Qh6 28 f4 de4 29
 
   Feb-07-15 Anand vs Carlsen, 2015 (replies)
 
Hesam7: <Ulhumbrus: With 12 Ndf3 Anand repeats possibly the mistake which he made in Chennai, that of playing too cautiously. The commentators Short and a German GM suggested that 12 bxa4 was good and the computer evaluations suggest so. Another alternative is 12 f3 followed by e4> 12 ...
 
   Nov-26-14 Kamsky vs Karpov, 1996 (replies)
 
Hesam7: After 15 Nf6?! White has no advantage. The second mistake seems to have been 17 Be3?! after which Black is slightly better. 18 Ne5?! is the third mistake: [DIAGRAM] Black's position is nearly winning: the weak IQP, White's abandoned Q-side and Black's superior minor pieces.
 
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