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Fanques Fair
Member since Dec-19-06 · Last seen Jan-25-20
I live in Brazil, donīt have a rating, my favorite players are Fischer, Kasparov, Tal and Korchnoi, etc.

   Fanques Fair has kibitzed 435 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-19-20 Caruana vs Anand, 2020 (replies)
 
Fanques Fair: Andand was winning , but it seems that tiredness affected his play. Caruana is an incredible resourceful player, but here he won by luck and age.
 
   Jan-19-20 Vitiugov vs J van Foreest, 2020 (replies)
 
Fanques Fair: Dernier , 63-Bc1+, Ke5, 64-Bb2+, I donīt see any mate. After 63..., Kf5, I keep not seeing any mate.
 
   Jan-19-20 Anand vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
 
Fanques Fair: By the way, doesnīt 26-Be4 work ?
 
   Jan-17-20 A Giri vs V Kovalev, 2020 (replies)
 
Fanques Fair: After 35..., Rd8, 36-Ne7 , Bxd4, is White winning ?
 
   Jan-16-20 Anand vs J Xiong, 2020 (replies)
 
Fanques Fair: Anand's record against the French is impressive ! You shouldn't play it against him.
 
   Oct-23-19 E Najer vs Anand, 2019
 
Fanques Fair: Brilliant game .
 
   Oct-19-19 D Anton Guijarro vs Grischuk, 2019 (replies)
 
Fanques Fair: Why not 11-... , Nh6 ? It seems strange, but the idea is to threaten Ng8 and to take the White knight on h4. White appears to have some trouble defending this knight, but itīs not so . But it' tricky . For example : 12-Be3 ? , Ng8 and the White knight has nowhere to go. It ...
 
   Oct-18-19 Svidler vs R Jumabayev, 2019
 
Fanques Fair: Brilliant last move ! Actually the whole combination is fantastic.
 
   Jul-04-19 Montpellier Candidates Playoff (1985)
 
Fanques Fair: Very nice reports on this historic event, the last match played by the magician of Riga.
 
   Jul-04-19 I Nepomniachtchi vs Carlsen, 2019 (replies)
 
Fanques Fair: Magnus Carlsen is playing very well but it seems his main advantage over his peers is psychological. That's the reason for this win, for example.
 
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