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Member since Sep-28-13 · Last seen Mar-04-21
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   naresb has kibitzed 255 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-25-21 Panno vs J Sherwin, 1953
naresb: very rich & instructive exchange after 27. Rad8. involve changing contacts, participants thereof, tactics, sacrifice, disruption of King's pawn shield, exposing the King, penetration, adavanced pawn, mating pattern. the real essence of the exchange is to determine the correct ...
   Jan-24-21 B Adhiban vs S Minero Pineda, 2016
naresb: 47.Bf6 it's an obstruction tactic where White Bishop obstructs the path of opponent's Rook (from restricting the passed pawn promotion). interference is used where one's piece interfers between two opponent kindered pieces. here with 47. Bf6 contact between opposing pieces (Black ...
   Dec-20-20 D Blimke-Deren vs T Markowski, 2001 (replies)
naresb: The game is about removing defenders near White's King's side & opening of lines towards it. But how about 27. BxBf4.
   Dec-19-20 Carlsen vs P Maghsoodloo, 2020
naresb: I am a club level player, so won't speak on opening line & it's variations, instead would like to focus on the game for middlegame. After 15. Nd5 Black was needed to defend his dark squares near Kingside. I would have thought of Nb8-Be6-Nbd7-c6-Qc7-Rad8 king of defensive arrangement.
   Dec-01-20 T Wall vs Stany, 2019
naresb: The game is about short term plans, piece co-ordination (or lack of it), weak pawns. I myself face the difficulty sometimes during opening stage- failure to anticipate opponent's pawn moves.
   Nov-22-20 Korchnoi vs S Schweber, 1962
naresb: after 15. cxd4 Black failed to generate a plan to get rid off White's central pawn duo.
   Apr-10-20 Gelfand vs Veremeichik, 1982
naresb: Nice game for players of my rankings to understand importance of positional understanding, defensive resources!
   Apr-04-20 Kholmov vs Tal, 1949
naresb: What I found surprising was Black (as a kid & in his first recorded match) with 16... Rd8 controlled open file, 17... Rd3 maximised activity to his Rook, with 18... RxBf3 with exchange sac traded White's attacking piece, managed to lure opponent to trade Rf3 thus succeeded to disrupt
   Apr-02-20 Fischer vs V Pupols, 1955
naresb: Except a, b, c & h file pawns, Black was able to align rest of the pawns & all of his pieces towards White King. Military theorists and strategists have viewed 'Attrition warfare' as something to be avoided. 'Attrition warfare' represents an attempt to grind down an opponent and its ...
   Mar-28-20 Fischer vs D Ames, 1955
naresb: 7. Neg5+, White was lucky that he went scot free!
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