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drpavno1
Member since Jun-04-12 · Last seen Nov-09-15
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   drpavno1 has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-25-15 J Furhoff vs F Urkedal, 2014 (replies)
 
drpavno1: Why not 17 Ne7?
 
   Nov-11-13 Anand vs Carlsen, 2013 (replies)
 
drpavno1: <It's now obvious Anand strategy is, ambush Magnus in the opening, if that doesn't work, be cautious and go for the draw. He couldn't beat Carlsen in the middlegame and endgame, so to keep his title, he adopts such strategy.> Chess is all about strategy and tactics, so if ...
 
   May-15-13 Radjabov vs Anand, 2013 (replies)
 
drpavno1: A superb tactical win by Anand.
 
   May-07-13 M Ciszek vs S Pielaet, 1987
 
drpavno1: Unbelievable Queen trap, It seems that Black was dictating the terms once the queen was out on move 5. This reminds of the famous queen trap in the world championship match of Anand with Gelfand.
 
   Apr-22-13 Dubois vs de Riviere, 1855
 
drpavno1: A wonderful attacking game with no time to respite for Riviere.......Just like MORPHY ......
 
   Apr-14-13 G Walker vs Saint Amant, 1836 (replies)
 
drpavno1: Castling at move 12 turned the tables.....
 
   Aug-28-12 Harrwitz vs Kieseritzky, 1847 (replies)
 
drpavno1: After 2 years, Harrwitz was successful with the same opening against PAUL MORPHY. But this was well played by Kieseritesky.
 
   Aug-16-12 Lasker vs NN, 1908 (replies)
 
drpavno1: Its a wonderful display of tactics by NN and a bit overconfidence by Lasker
 
   Aug-15-12 Morphy vs Anderssen, 1858 (replies)
 
drpavno1: Nothing would have been ground breakinh even if black had played 14.....Ke7 as white would have moved Qh5 with an attack on f7 and e5 both resulting in check and ultimately mate.
 
   Aug-14-12 Zukertort vs NN, 1871
 
drpavno1: This one was good by Zukertort as against teh bishop gambit which went on to more than 30 moves. Morphy on the other hand has a very lucid approach and nails it within 30 moves.
 
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