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naresb
Member since Sep-28-13 · Last seen Jan-19-20
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   naresb has kibitzed 237 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-27-19 W So vs M Yilmaz, 2008
 
naresb: With 17... a5 Black had un-connected pawns & pawn minority on QS. With rest of the things in balance, White managed to create connected passed pawns on QS.
 
   Dec-27-19 W So vs Yu Yangyi, 2019
 
naresb: With 33rd move White had a favourable trade leading to exchange of pieces. Eventually it disrupts opponent's king safety & improves his own pawn structure- thanks to passed pawn promotion threat!
 
   Jul-26-19 A Giri vs Carlsen, 2019 (replies)
 
naresb: Like it or not, there are four advantages in chess by which one player outsmarts other- material, King safety, pawn structure, piece structure. Generally speaking it takes at least one advantage for a winning player and one disadvantage to the losing to end the game for a decisive ...
 
   May-16-19 V Sipila vs E Zanan, 2014
 
naresb: That's why Queen is a Queen, wonder if Queen could fly like a Knight.
 
   May-03-19 Rubinstein vs Schlechter, 1912
 
naresb: Forget about the opening part, after 16. Rc7 White had his target set- 'Kingside attack' & was as if on auto-pilot mode, while doing so White managed to hook away everything that came around.
 
   May-02-19 L Perecz vs J Tomson, 1967
 
naresb: White used all his defensive resources, at it's best!
 
   Apr-05-19 Hort vs E Lobron, 1984
 
naresb: After 25... Bf8, White had a Knight outpost Ne5, control of semi-open 'h' file, light colour complex to exploit near opponent's King side, space adv and King side advancing pawns to his credit.
 
   Apr-04-19 A Resende vs J Van Mil, 1981
 
naresb: Nice use of minor pieces!
 
   Feb-28-19 Tartakower vs Bogoljubov, 1922
 
naresb: With 10. h4 White under-estimated Black's defensive resources leading to structural weakness near his King side. After 33... fxe4, 'e4' wasn't the place White need to trade the pieces.
 
   Feb-20-19 Saint Amant vs Staunton, 1843
 
naresb: It all started with 19. f4.
 
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