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Member since Apr-21-08 · Last seen Apr-04-19
I am from the Philippines. My favorite chessplayer is Vladimir Kramnik

   Paragua has kibitzed 140 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-18-19 R Rapport vs Pelletier, 2016
Paragua: Black's piece coordination won this game for him.
   Mar-09-19 E Inarkiev vs Kramnik, 2016
Paragua: White's downfall began on his 22nd move. He traps his own rook.
   Mar-06-19 Salov vs Kamsky, 1995
Paragua: White loss because of black's strong pressure on c4 pawn and rooks controlling the b file. Nice win from kamsky.
   Mar-04-19 G Munkhgal vs M Al-Modiahki, 2016
Paragua: An interesting position after white's 32nd move. The h file is loaded with white pieces. A nice attacking win for the Mongolian.
   Mar-02-19 S Mareco vs A Zhigalko, 2016
Paragua: Why did zhigalko loss?.he had a winning position.
   Feb-27-19 Topalov vs Beliavsky, 1995
Paragua: An amazing game from topalov. It teaches us the power of rook on the 7th file together with a very strong dark bishop. black's f7 pawn was always under big pressure.
   Feb-24-19 Eljanov vs Kramnik, 2016
Paragua: It was obvious. Kramnik was only holding for a draw. Queen moves on A file and knight on d7 was sufficient to secure the half point despite eljanov's persistence to breakthrough Kramnik defenses.
   Feb-24-19 D Anton Guijarro vs H Banikas, 2016
Paragua: What a game. During my own analysis, i thought white should be winning.
   Jan-18-19 OhioChessFan chessforum (replies)
Paragua: One thing might be sure, blacks will be doing well.
   Jan-18-19 bgitw chessforum (replies)
Paragua: Tpstar, i believe you made some slight error. SO vs CARLSEN which placed 9th on the list got only 13 points [from you 8pts and diceman 5 pts). CARLSEN vs SO is also 13th points [from OhioChessFabn 5pts, diceman 6 pts and KEYSER SOZE 2Pts.] I think Keyser soze's vote of 2 pts was ...
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