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paradoxicalenigma
Member since May-17-20 · Last seen Jun-26-21
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   paradoxicalenigma has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-22-21 Averbakh vs Kholmov, 1947 (replies)
 
paradoxicalenigma: 25...Qd3 certainly isnt the craziest move to see by black, once the tactical motif available to white is realised, normal play ensues and material is equal. however a very nice knockout combination by white, puzzle material
 
   Apr-05-21 Nakamura vs Shabalov, 2005
 
paradoxicalenigma: What a great game Hikaru. Bravo
 
   Jan-05-21 Anand vs Adams, 2015
 
paradoxicalenigma: Came here from Chessbase. Giri while commentating on his own game(Giri-Grischuk), recalls this win by Anand. Its perhaps for this win that Grischuk deviates from it with the move 7...Qe5. Just thought it was an important side note. How GMs correlate games.
 
   Jun-21-20 Carlsen vs Nakamura, 2020
 
paradoxicalenigma: I love how the engine sees the attempt to go for the sacrificed bishop 32...Kc7 as almost a blunder +3.5 >> +6.9 and calculating the fact that his King is going to be 'faster' than Nakamura's is nothing short of insane. This is Magnus' endgame skills at its finest.
 
   Jun-20-20 Topalov vs Kramnik, 1995
 
paradoxicalenigma: Although the engine up till 37 shows the position is a -1.2 the central king is devastating for Topalov. Essentially missing the idea on move 23 is all that led up to it although the move suggested by the engine is by no means easy to calculate (white continues with ...
 
   Jun-08-20 Rotlewi vs Rubinstein, 1907 (replies)
 
paradoxicalenigma: Bishop Pair from hell it is!
 
   Jun-07-20 Karpov vs Nunn, 1982 (replies)
 
paradoxicalenigma: A very instructive game for the use of the Bishop Pair. The two monster bishops settle down in their positions by move 19 and continue influencing the queen side for the rest of the game, as soon as Karpov makes the position more open on the queen side, their value becomes
 
   Jun-07-20 Topalov vs Aronian, 2006 (replies)
 
paradoxicalenigma: 2020 and this game is still lit AF!
 
   Jun-07-20 Tarrasch vs F Riemann, 1883
 
paradoxicalenigma: Nice to see such a Romantic Game of Chess from a player like Tarrasch. This game is interesting because I have been playing the Double Pawn Sacrifice for sometime now and most of them sense something on the second pawn and don't take it as is the case in this one..from ...
 
   Jun-06-20 Tarrasch vs Rubinstein, 1912 (replies)
 
paradoxicalenigma: The Bishop pair are truly the star of the match. Its really noteworthy how they keep both the knight and the light-squared bishop restricted throughout the endgame. Infact the dark-square bishop really does a wonderful job keeping the knight out of the game. Rubenstein did
 
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