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   nuwanda has kibitzed 664 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-17-17 Wei Yi vs Nepomniachtchi, 2017 (replies)
nuwanda: the next three moves from Nepo (and the time he used for them) after 64. Rxe6+ are very hard to understand, given that he had plenty of time and surely knew that being precise is crucial. he used only 24sec on 64. ...Kf7 (letting white set up the dangerous position with 65. Re4),
   Nov-22-13 Carlsen vs Anand, 2013 (replies)
nuwanda: i think is 43.Kd4 is his main thought...
   Nov-17-13 Bacrot vs Aronian, 2013 (replies)
nuwanda: maybe that single rook is often simpler than double rook. but not in this position, where the black rooks complete dominate and black can exchange one rook whenever he likes. but of course it doesnt matter much. its just that in my eyes 37...Kg6 is even a bit more spectacular.
   Sep-25-13 FIDE Grand Prix Paris (2013) (replies)
nuwanda: i cannot get the livestream. anybody the same problem?
   Sep-12-13 T Gareyev vs R Yankovsky, 2012 (replies)
nuwanda: i have to admit that i didnt see 51.Kd6 Rd7+. but after it was mentioned by other users, i remembered its sometimes a neccesary resource when defending with rook against rook and pawn. hasnt it recently appeared in the Kamsky-Ramirez play-offs?
   Sep-11-13 Ushenina - Hou Women's World Championship Match (2013) (replies)
nuwanda: <dx9293> its not only the smile, its the whole body-language, no tension, nothing. but ok, maybe to much interpretation for one single photo.
   Dec-10-12 Carlsen vs Anand, 2012 (replies)
nuwanda: <haydn20> funny, correcting 26.Nc5 and answering 26...b4
   Nov-28-12 FIDE Grand Prix Tashkent (2012) (replies)
nuwanda: Moro found the really not obvious but superstrong 19.Qa4 i'm impressed ...
   Sep-11-12 Movsesian vs Z Almasi, 2012 (replies)
nuwanda: in the final position Almasi could have tried one more move 50...Kh7. this is of course totaly lost too, but in reply to the clever move 51.Rb8 he has the surprising 51...Qg3+ with a draw.
   Jun-12-12 D Tomic vs F Winzbeck, 1993 (replies)
nuwanda: very nice indeed. after 44...Bf7 white can start with 45.Kd4. the bishop does not have to go to f6 and back to d8, he can stay on d8 and start taking pawns at once.
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