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Member since Sep-17-04 · Last seen Dec-09-13
Hello fellow chess lovers and chess players. My name is Dhaval Vyas and I live in Dallastown, Pennsylvania, United States. I'm rated about mid 1500.

   DhavalVyas has kibitzed 77 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-09-13 Robert James Fischer (replies)
DhavalVyas: How much influence did Henry Kissinger have over the 1972 Chess Championship? This is an interesting article to check out.
   Mar-21-06 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1990 (replies)
DhavalVyas: Very rarely does one see Kasparov get squeezed like what happened to him in this game. I guess at this time there was only one man one Earth (Karpov) who could do that to him. Arguably two of the greatest giants of chess trying to destroy each other. How often does one get so see
   Mar-12-06 Hydra vs Adams, 2005 (replies)
DhavalVyas: Although the computer's play is quite impressive, I think that against a strong positional player like Kramink, the computer might experience some problems. I think it is still several years aways until we can conclusively say that computers are in a league of their own.
   Mar-05-06 Fischer vs Spassky, 1992 (replies)
DhavalVyas: Kasparov is always one who gives thoughtful and intelligent statements. He seems like a man with a lot of class. Our chess genius, Fischer, on the other hand, keeps on making statements that makes one question his sanity.
   Mar-03-06 Botvinnik vs Fischer, 1962 (replies)
DhavalVyas: The Fritz computer gives a major advantage for black at the final positions of this game.
   Nov-14-04 Damjanovic vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
DhavalVyas: axb4 seems like the losing move. It looks like Damjanovic was pushing for a win too. He must have miscalculated and didn't see the threat of both the black queen and knight.
   Oct-17-04 Fischer vs Bisguier, 1970 (replies)
DhavalVyas: Fischer beat Bisguier 13 times in a row. I think that is a great accomplishment, but Kasparov has a greater accomplishment. Kasparov has beaten Shirov over a dozen times, and Shriov has not beaten Kasparov once!!
   Oct-16-04 L Christiansen vs Karpov, 1993 (replies)
DhavalVyas: Karpov seems to have gotten certain opening lines mixed up here. This is why one should not become dependent on opening theory. At the top level, though, this is hard to do.
   Oct-16-04 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1984 (replies)
DhavalVyas: Can anyone explain to me why ANYONE would ever want to agree to a 13 move draw? I know one can become tired over the coarse of the match, but this is ridiculous.
   Oct-16-04 Fischer vs Spassky, 1992 (replies)
DhavalVyas: The major error here seems to be 17.Kc6. There were times when both players looked aimless and dizzy. Fischer played some flashes of greatness though.
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