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   parinda has kibitzed 25 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-26-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
parinda: Dream result round 13 Giri def Anand Nakamura def Topalov Aronian def Karjakin Svidler def Caruana Standings entering last round Karjakin 7 Caruana 7 Aronian. 7 Giri. 7 Svidler. 7 Nakamura 6.5 Anand 6.5 Topalov. 4 Or if anand and giri draw reverse their ...
   Mar-24-16 Topalov vs Caruana, 2016 (replies)
parinda: I do want to add that if topalov had been higher in the table and not at the bottom that little extra confidence might have led to a winning kingside attack in the early middle game after Qh5. still it was an exciting game
   Mar-05-11 J E Littlewood vs A H Perkins, 1975 (replies)
parinda: usually i've little (pun intended) inclination to solve the more difficult daily puzzle here . . .and as i sat there willing my mind all over the board to see some combination i knew wasn't there and to no avail i suddenly asked myself calmly after about 5 mins of mindstraining . . ...
   Jan-27-10 Kasimdzhanov vs H Hofstra, 2004 (replies)
parinda: i fell into the nasty trap 34.Be6?? thinking black automatically loses something but in fact its white losing something much more valuable after 34...Be6 (1st surprise) 35.Ne6 Re6 (2nd surprise) 36. Qe6 Nf4+ (3rd and final surprise)
   Oct-17-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
parinda: vase... .maybe he thinks you can lose every battle and still win the war
   Mar-16-07 Z Revesz vs S Vijayalakshmi, 2007
parinda: the queen sac might be unsound due to can't escape a lost ending. for example after 14...Bb4 15.Nd2 ba1Q 16.Ba1 Ra2 17.Bc3 Ra3 18.Bb4! Re3+ 19.fe3 and black is totally lost..seeing this at the board after someone just sacked his queen against you might not be as easy ...
   Dec-12-05 Alexander Grischuk (replies)
parinda: <PinkPanther> ponomariov and grischuk played that smoother mate game in oct of 2000 in the faroe islands. that would make it slightly over 5 years ago that was after grischuk beat him in the finals of young masters tournament in lausanne. trust me he cares. and if he doesn't ...
   Dec-11-05 World Cup (2005) (replies)
parinda: hey pawsome. .when was the last time you had shishkabob on a tuning fork
   Jul-29-04 Alexander Morozevich (replies)
parinda: chess has changed..super strong computers (>2700 elo) have narrowed the gap between the supergm and the over 2600 gm. . which means that a supergm playing black is more likely to take a draw with black. . . for example.. anand likes to draw with black.. .as he's done almost ...
   Apr-06-04 NN vs Lasker / Maroczy, 1900 (replies)
parinda: i have to admit i laughed out loud during this game . but the final position is charming because look who is in possession of the ranks around the white king 3rd rank: bishops 4th rank: queen 5th rank: knights 6th rank: pawns of course the king and rooks were guarding the 8th
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