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Fanques Fair
Member since Dec-19-06 · Last seen Feb-17-21
I live in Brazil, donīt have a rating, my favorite players are Fischer, Kasparov, Tal and Korchnoi, etc.

   Fanques Fair has kibitzed 448 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-29-21 A Esipenko vs D Anton Guijarro, 2021 (replies)
Fanques Fair: Still it appears after the opening that the strange plan do play Bd2, than c3, than Bc1 and then Nbd2 resulted in simply waste of time foe White, while Black had time do play d5 and d4. It seems to me that simply Black was not able do open the game at the right moment or at ...
   Jan-25-21 A Esipenko vs Carlsen, 2021 (replies)
Fanques Fair: Magnus didnīt want to castle but it was, although risky, neccessary. All in all, everything suggests that Black's early queen move was a mistake.
   Jan-18-21 Carlsen vs A Firouzja, 2021 (replies)
Fanques Fair: Beautiful attacking game by the world champion !
   Jan-01-21 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
Fanques Fair: Kramnnik is a worthy World Champion, the only one not only to have beaten Kasparov in a match but also by having a positive historic score against him. Only that would make him at least one of the 20 greatest players of all time. But he also made evident and clear contributions
   Apr-25-20 Spassky vs Korchnoi, 1955
Fanques Fair: Another brilliant game by the young Boris, which in addition was a theoretical reference to a opening variant that would be a repeated theme in a World Championship match 30 years afterwards ! In this 1955 USSR championship, his games are incredible, particularly against ...
   Apr-25-20 Spassky vs Taimanov, 1955 (replies)
Fanques Fair: Spassky is the most under-rated world champion ! Even in Kasparov's series he dedicates few space to Boris's carreer , which is strange, since he was a candidate in 56 and beat the tounament winner Smyslov . Some of his early games are masterpieces, like this one. The ...
   Mar-23-20 Nepomniachtchi vs Ding Liren, 2020 (replies)
Fanques Fair: This game is a born-classsic, to figure out in the hitory of the dispute for the World Championship.It reminds me one win by Carlsen with Black against Anand, in 2013. It's kind of a "simple" position with very beautiful geometrical effects. Nepomiachtchi is earning a match ...
   Mar-18-20 Ding Liren vs Wang Hao, 2020 (replies)
Fanques Fair: MasterWeichart and paavoh, even if the computer evaluation is equal, I just feel that the Nc4 knight doesnīt compensate for the constant need to defend the d3 pawn, it restricts Whiteīs possibilities , the rook on a3 is never active, it's just an ugly position. Even if itīs ...
   Mar-17-20 A Giri vs Nepomniachtchi, 2020 (replies)
Fanques Fair: 23- cxd5, Qxa2, 24-Bd3 , and although Black is a pawn up the game looks unclear.
   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.
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