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Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa vs V Pranavananda
World Junior Championship (2014), Pune IND, rd 9, Oct-15
Caro-Kann Defense: Gurgenidze System (B15)  ·  1-0



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  PawnSac: < 40. ..Bg3 >
black has a clear plus with an extra pawn. It is pretty apparent black failed to make the time control and lost on the clock. His position is quite playable, possibly winnable
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  perfidious: Buy the correct vowel with either player in this dream pairing and <you>, too can come up winner....
Aug-16-16  morfishine: <perfidious> lol
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  saffuna: I'd like to watch Maurice Ashley commenting with his big board on a game between these two.
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  perfidious: <saffuna: I'd like to watch Maurice Ashley commenting with his big board on a game between these two.>

Perhaps, perhaps not; I watched the semis and final of the New York Grand Prix event in 1994, with him serving as sidekick to Danny King.

King was not bad, but all Ashley could muster up was the response 'indeed' to most of King's comments.

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  saffuna: On the Sinquefield broadcast and some others, Ashley is at the display board with computer analysis, and Seirawan and Shahade throw to him at times. He rattles off variations and evaluations extremely quickly, in an excited voice. I'd just like to see him do that while saying Proggnanandhaa and Pranavananda over and over.
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  perfidious: That would not lack in amusement value, to be sure--a whole lot better than putting up with Shahade. You can have her, thank you very much.
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  FSR: How many games do you see where each player has more As in his surname than Jacob Aagaard?
Jan-10-18  zanzibar: <A Parade Game>
Mar-23-20  Agferna: R8f7 and Kg7 To fortify king position and black will start operating on the dark squares playing for the win.

For white, winning by time on the last time control move with a clearly inferior and defensive position should not make it to The top 10 games.

I’m sure Ramesh has many better games.


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