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Member since Dec-02-09 · Last seen Feb-24-21
Hi, i am passionate of playing chess and membered at Hoping to find other online chess sites and improve my game. I am from South India.

   rajaonn has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-12-21 Radjabov vs Aronian, 2021
rajaonn: Only one Kibitz for this game yet. Oh i remember 'Alekhine quoting if one wants to beat him in a game of chess, he has to beat him three times, one in opening, middle and end games. Here Radja exactly does that.. He gave it like equal in opening, played it like equal in middle, and ...
   Jun-02-20 Caruana vs So, 2020
rajaonn: Surprised to see no Kibitzing on this game yet !. Very pleasing book/line from the Nimzowitch's prophecy. The tension of d4, created by White is replied at move14 by Black, after giving all the sufficiency to its playable pieces ( particularly in the absence of Nf6, here a pawn at ...
   Jan-21-20 Firouzja vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
rajaonn: Hi chess bees, we just cannot compare fisher with him.. with too quick time people are drawing comparisons. Fishers opening is a model which magically puts a right pawn structure for him ( see this ongoing games plan with pawns !!). Fisher can burst opponents deep preparation ...
   Jul-01-19 Giri vs Carlsen, 2019 (replies)
rajaonn: That's a great wiki article FSR !!! . I will have to slowly go thru the positions to know the history of Swindles from some great ace men of chess. Thanks sally for showing us this
   Oct-07-17 Predojevic vs A Seyb, 2016 (replies)
rajaonn: Really loving it on White side , to learn and crush this wily Sicilian anytime of our choice. Hope such a,b,c pawn pushers/only play for black in this opening shall crush more black kings, and ask itself - what did you do with your C5,D6 opening.( myself a lifetime sicilian player, ...
   Sep-27-17 World Cup (2017) (replies)
rajaonn: i was panicking when Levon looks almost lost on clock and made a king move kh8 then... in the end only to threat a checkmate or win a rook/ or the game. Good to note that any number of G4,H4 will not get home, where black counter-opened and killed white.. Maverick
   Sep-15-17 Aronian vs Ivanchuk, 2017 (replies)
rajaonn: Yes, 3000 GM crestfallen to 1500 today. just saw the other match with similar opening, where Svidler had crashed open the whites imaginary setups. BU xiangchi!! Carlsen opponent is done with, Well done Top GM Svidler! you stood there to expectations. Cheers to you to reach Top here
   Sep-14-17 Tal vs F Olafsson, 1975 (replies)
rajaonn: Tal is Tal. he is not coached/inspired with g3/Nf3 and such rubber openings. he is a Lion going for the kill. At times , a lion may be killed by buffalo or elephant, still the Magestic King of Chess
   Sep-13-17 Giri vs Ivanchuk, 2017 (replies)
rajaonn: Bye Anish. Formal chess loses to a voracious vagabond, Mr Ivanchuk is look to beat the toppers in the tourney. The current Form he is , no next to anyone.
   Jul-13-17 Aronian vs Harikrishna, 2017 (replies)
rajaonn: Way to Go HariKrishna. You have just Put in the Backyard garbage this space openings such as C4-English. Very thorough analysis you made on. allowed white to trade off minors, and kept a brisk control towards endgame. Master Class and we take it as a black repertoire for C4. Classy
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