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Member since Feb-04-07 · Last seen Nov-29-21
I m santosh gautam from small small Himalayan country Nepal.I love playing chess and can play for hours and hours."In chess you first have to learn the rules,but once you start playing it you have to forget those rules".This is what attracted me into this beautiful board game and eventually i fell in love with it.The legendary player Garry Kasparov is my all time favourite.I enjoy watching Veselin Topalov and Vassily Ivanchuk play because of their incredible attacking skill and respect for spirit of the game.

"Hard work is a talent" : Garry Kasparov

   chesssantosh has kibitzed 260 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-31-21 Nyback vs Giri, 2010
chesssantosh: According to Giri, this is one of the best games he ever played. He said he particularly liked his Kd6 idea.
   Jun-04-21 Anand vs Ding Liren, 2020 (replies)
chesssantosh: Power of pin! They say "pin is mightier than sword" for a reason.
   Oct-08-20 V Arbakov vs Vyzmanavin, 1981 (replies)
chesssantosh: "You don't win a game by resigning."
   Jun-20-20 Madan Krishna Kayastha vs L Moroni Jr, 2018
chesssantosh: White to move at 26 makes a good Wednesday puzzle. 26 Ng6+ hxg6 27.g4 with unstoppable threat of Qh3 mate.
   May-16-20 Carlsen vs Svidler, 2020 (replies)
chesssantosh: How come this is a sicilian defence?
   Apr-30-20 Grischuk vs Firouzja, 2019
chesssantosh: A perfect example on how to play Sicilian Schevengian.
   Jan-26-20 Topalov vs F Libiszewski, 2020
chesssantosh: Reminiscent of old day Topalov. 22 Rxd3 and suddenly all of white pieces are lurking around black king while black army are aimlessly scattered on the queenside. Could be a good Thursday/Friday puzzle as well.
   Aug-30-19 Sinquefield Cup (2019) (replies)
chesssantosh: <nok> Next week, chess960 tournament is being held where Garry will also play.
   Mar-17-19 A Al-Saffar vs Kshitiz Bhandari, 2016
chesssantosh: Khsitiz Bhandari is one of the promising young talent from Nepal. He played a superb game against a much higher rated opponent. Analysis in local language
   Dec-20-18 Santa Claus (replies)
chesssantosh: Dear Santa, I know you are very kind. Bless me.
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