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Member since Jul-07-12 · Last seen Nov-16-20
Buddying chess player with a lot of love for the game
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   shaileshnanal has kibitzed 4 times to chessgames  
   Sep-17-20 H Morton vs W Adams, 1937 (replies)
shaileshnanal: It is a classic game explaining the power of Bishops firing at f8 & d5 and how back rank weakness can be exploited.For all the time Black's queen remained tied up to the defence of f8 square.
   May-10-15 Adianto vs Chessmaster, 2005
shaileshnanal: 27 gh6 actually weakens blacks armour.31 kh7 precautionery measure to avoid a check f7 pawn is nicely guarded by protective f3 rook.C2 becomes a weakness and keeps rook tied up whereas now h pawn is on the move.After rook exchange whites game falls like a pack of cards.
   Jul-11-12 Fischer vs Spassky, 1972 (replies)
shaileshnanal: Fischer simply crushes spassky like a sledgehammer would kill an ant. Fischer's chess is divine that's all. It is god who plays through him.
   Jul-11-12 Adams vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
shaileshnanal: Kasparov is a killer. Enormously talented player who creates wide array of position with infinite complications on the board.And then strikes with a decisive blow. Unpredictable and unique moves makes him simply great.
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