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   narenillo has kibitzed 55 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-27-12 Caruana vs Carlsen, 2012 (replies)
narenillo: As endgame books say, centralising the king can never be incorrect; it can only be inopportune. that's what happened with Carlsen's Kg2 trying to bring his king back to the center.
   Aug-26-09 Rising Stars - Experience (2009) (replies)
narenillo: <timhortons: social life is very very important.imagine passing your teen age with out having GF?> Caissa is a jealous goddess and like most women, will ask you to devote time for her. That's why women and chess don't mix well.
   Aug-11-09 M Umansky vs The World, 2009 (replies)
narenillo: How about "Pax Umana"
   Mar-05-09 Carlsen vs Grischuk, 2009 (replies)
narenillo: 31. c5 i think. the idea of Bishop to a6 to deflect the Black b-pawn is still in the air even after 30 ... a5
   Feb-25-09 So vs A Filippov, 2009 (replies)
narenillo: <40. f6 is very hard to meet> Black lost on time. Otherwise, 40. ... g6 and Black is still winning.
   Feb-24-09 Wesley So (replies)
narenillo: Before the final round, Wesley is currently tied with Safarli as the junior player with highest score in this tourney: Rank Name Flags Score Fed. M/F Rating TPR 24 GM So, Wesley j 4.5 PHI M 2627 2573 31 GM Safarli, Eltaj j 4.5 AZE M 2564 2679 45 GM Sjugirov, Sanan j 4.0 RUS ...
   Nov-06-08 Jobava vs H H Hernandez, 2008 (replies)
narenillo: <safar: How does White win after say 33.Rd7? I think White's attack is spent and Black can hide his King on the Q side.> This leaves the Black Queen en prise (33 ... Rd7 34. Qxc6)
   Nov-05-08 Eugenio Torre (replies)
narenillo: Torre was featured on the October 2008 edition of FHM Philippines
   Oct-06-08 Jakovenko vs E Alekseev, 2008 (replies)
narenillo: <Gregor Samsa Mendel: <THE pawn>--Korchnoi vs Petrosian, 1974> Viewed that game and it also features White being a pawn down at the start of the endgame, but wins it anyway due to superior King position.
   Dec-06-07 Carlsen vs I Cheparinov, 2007 (replies)
narenillo: <blunders in the endgames in time trouble are just part of the game> I agree. If you've ever played under time pressure, you'll understand.
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