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Member since Sep-28-13 · Last seen Oct-24-21
Hello, I live in Mumbai, India.
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   naresb has kibitzed 282 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-18-21 M Ragger vs Raunak Sadhwani, 2019
naresb: yes, that's the starting point but not the only one. un-castled King, undeveloped pieces also had the contribution in the result. after 17. fxg3 White's plan to induce pawn storm on King side coupled with piece mobilisation towards Black King proved right. but i think, thanks to ...
   Oct-11-21 A Parnas vs Tal, 1949
naresb: among few inacuuracies & blunders White's 16th & 17th move decided the result of the game! forget result just look at how the structure of the game changed with these two moves. reason could be 'loss of concentration' i guess. just to underline importance of 'concentation' during the
   Oct-10-21 B Schneider vs W Kraft, 2000
naresb: in school i learnt- advancing pawns are good for attack & bad for the defence. add to that advanced Queen, un-castled King & weak back rank & one don't need further evaluation.
   Oct-02-21 Kirill Alekseenko (replies)
naresb: this man got all 3 out of 3 (as White) in European Club Cup (2021) while playing from winner team- Mednyi Vsadnik. another one was Pavel Ponkratov who (as per cg record) also got all 3 out of 3. Congrates!
   Sep-27-21 Giri vs Gelfand, 2021
naresb: <HeMateMe>Certainly he is great!
   Sep-12-21 Grischuk vs L Aronov, 1992
naresb: White in his teens. after 12... Qf6, I think White succeeded to generate activity through cramped Kingside position, place his pieces on active squares, induce Mobility to his pieces...
   Sep-10-21 A Schwarz vs Bird, 1873
naresb: Position after 19... g6 look interesting, not an immediate motif sort of but with central pawn mass, opening of lines, attack-defence etc.
   Sep-09-21 L Pliester vs Grischuk, 1992
naresb: Black in his teens. simple basic blunders like those happen either due to loss of focus (young chess players don't have that attribute i suppose) or sometimes following ur own plans while failing/forgetting to give respect to that of ur opponent.
   Sep-09-21 Karpov vs Nedelin, 1961
naresb: i think White displayed nice piece coordination on defensive side. apart from that he wisely choose correct squares for trade of pieces to happen.
   Sep-04-21 Kasparov vs S Muratkuliev, 1973
naresb: with 18. Bf6 to 20. Rxc2 White managed to equalise the material. with 22. h4, 23. Qg5 to 26. f4 White managed to create 'closed local Mobility' near Kingside so as to take advantage of White Knight against Black LSB in an endgame?. and with 32. Nf6 induced Knight fork while taking ...
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