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Member since Mar-15-04

I am from G(h)ent, Belgium. My current OTB rating is 2142.

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   BaranDuin has kibitzed 189 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-01-13 Gertjan Verhaeren (replies)
BaranDuin: That's me.
   Jun-01-13 J Sarrau vs G Verhaeren, 2012 (replies)
BaranDuin: One of my life goals achieved!!! Getting one of my games added to Albeit one I played rather badly.
   Feb-05-09 M Umansky vs The World, 2009 (replies)
BaranDuin: Nc6. The Chigorin is the most interesting option that doesn't allow white to play "two results" chess. 2. ... c6 allows 3. cxd5 cxd5.
   Jan-19-09 Corus Group A (2009) (replies)
BaranDuin: Carlsen-Movsesian looks equal to me as white will have trouble attacking the only weakness in the black camp
   Dec-23-08 M Gurevich vs N Miezis, 1996 (replies)
BaranDuin: To be fair to the Budapest, black didn't play the best moves in the opening. 10. ... d6 was required to prevent c5. After that white would still have a small advantage, but nothing black shouldn't be able to defend.
   Dec-03-08 Jacques R Hamar (replies)
BaranDuin: They must have had very sensitive ears since his only game was played by correspondence.
   Oct-13-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
BaranDuin: <call14:> <[Arugument sake] , going by the match standard, should not this be called TRUE world championship match after the death of undefeated champion Fischer? Well we all know he was not defeated in match (karpov) and so subsequent successors cannot claim to its ...
   Oct-07-08 Chessgames Bookie chessforum (replies)
BaranDuin: <technical draw> My confidence in Peter Svidler was rewarded :-)
   Sep-12-08 Anand vs Topalov, 2008 (replies)
BaranDuin: Now I wouldn't have expected the Caro from Topalov.
   Sep-03-08 A Nickel vs The World, 2008 (replies)
BaranDuin: <kwid>, after 3. ... e6 black can go for a Sveshnikov with 5. ... Nf6 instead of 5. ... Qc7. Which seems to give black enough winning chances.
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