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Member since Sep-28-13 · Last seen Dec-01-23
Hello, I live in Mumbai, India and I am a club level player.
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   naresb has kibitzed 296 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-19-23 T Adewumi vs L Rozman, 2022
naresb: Nice blend/combination of Lawnmover mate maneuveres and exchange sacrifice into a kind of Hook mate, except that Knight stand replaced by a Pawn & Bishop.
   Aug-19-22 T Warakomski vs M G Gahan, 2022
naresb: after 9... e5 White preferred Bishop pair strategy, succedded to create advanced pawn & which after trade of pieces later turned into a passed pawn. 31. RxBd4 exchage sac simplified the win!
   Aug-18-22 T Warakomski vs B Sinz, 2022 (replies)
naresb: after 20... Rad8 nice use of tactics & initiative not only defended the position well but invited a blunder from Black. after 23... g5 good use of positional sac followed with hidden tactics & good continuation waiting. after 28... Kh7 good use of tactics & initiative.
   Jul-21-22 Yury Bukayev vs Valery Golshev, 2021 (replies)
naresb: White sac two minor pieces, exposed Black King but was forced to face his own King exposed. it was Black who had advantage throught the game. but his own tactic with 18... c6 invited another sac by White 20. Nxb6. absolute pin, weak back rank, exposed King had it's effect resulting ...
   Apr-18-22 J van Foreest vs R van Caspel, 2014 (replies)
naresb: it's a year 2014 game. 8 years in future, so much changed. contemporary chess engines underline importance of goals, needs of the position, safety of pieces & so clearly describe what a position is about.
   Apr-12-22 V Gunina vs Z Abdumalik, 2015
naresb: it's a 2015 Women's World Team Championship game. unusual game with wild fluctuations, blunders by both sides. Black was leading in most of the times but finally White won it.
   Mar-25-22 W Woo vs E P Wikle, 2018
naresb: It all started with 10. Na4, then with 13. BxNd4 & 14. Qxd4. I think 10. Na4 could happen with any club level player. but 13. BxNd4 was a blunder, especially when there r no immediate threats, u have an un-castled King, lose piece Na4. 14. Qxd4 is a big blunder. happens in a club ...
   Mar-06-22 D Kosic vs Boris Stankovic, 2020
naresb: a game between a senior player vs an young chap. after 12. Qb3 h6 13. Bh4 Black was facing two pins- at Kg8 & Qd8- potential threats. add to that Black Queen was overloaded with defence to c7 & e7 pawns. 13... Kh8 was the best response followed with f5 & Nf6. roughly here Black got ...
   Feb-14-22 T Markowski vs J Miesbauer, 2020
naresb: What a game! exchange safari! after 34... QxNe6 tried to solve, lot of tactics waiting. checked with silicon friend, it's tactics safari!
   Feb-13-22 Shamkovich vs Razuvaev, 1963
naresb: Simplified form of a most complex game of Chess! Simplification at it's best!
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