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VishyAnandFan
Member since Aug-23-09 · Last seen Mar-10-10
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   VishyAnandFan has kibitzed 22 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-29-09 Judit Polgar vs Gelfand, 2009 (replies)
 
VishyAnandFan: you can love it , you are free to do so. i dont. i love chess like polgar played in third rapid
 
   Nov-28-09 C K Pedersen vs Carlsen, 2005
 
VishyAnandFan: white could have walked to the h1 corner, there he has defensive resources connected with stalemate: for example white: kh1, bh2 black: kh3, rh8
 
   Nov-06-09 Charousek vs Englander, 1894 (replies)
 
VishyAnandFan: after 22.Rxf7 i found the mate while searching for the right continuation to go to the endgame (the moves were forced, white had to protect his bishop), and i am only a weak amateur, therefore charousek must have found it right from the beginning of his queen sacrifice. of ...
 
   Sep-15-09 Mamedyarov vs A Timofeev, 2004 (replies)
 
VishyAnandFan: <Jafar219> <Mamedyarov plays as Alekhine in this game.> the combination reminded me of a famous game of alekhine, if i'm not wrong, with exact the same motif!
 
   Sep-15-09 Mamedyarov vs L Drabke, 2004 (replies)
 
VishyAnandFan: very nice tactical blow at the end!
 
   Sep-14-09 Mamedyarov vs Topalov, 2007
 
VishyAnandFan: a wonderful game, showing the technique how to exploit a lead in development, keeping the black king in the center and not let black develop his forces
 
   Sep-13-09 Mamedyarov vs B Galstian, 2002 (replies)
 
VishyAnandFan: this is pure attacking genius. i bet for shark it's kind of technique. all the pieces coordinated perfectly
 
   Sep-13-09 D Rogozenco vs A Nguyen, 1994 (replies)
 
VishyAnandFan: ingeniously simple endgame technique: connected passed pawns, activation of the king! sparkling!
 
   Sep-13-09 Mamedyarov vs D Reinderman, 2005
 
VishyAnandFan: i didn't find the win, shark must have let it slip away somewhere
 
   Sep-12-09 Mamedyarov vs Kamsky, 2007
 
VishyAnandFan: after 38.c5 it is very difficult for black to lose, he should always try for a perpetual because the white king has not much shelter. i think white with a piece more should have won, but where did he miss the win, it took him to long to consolidate and go for a counter-attack
 
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