3 Chess Game History for CXR Player Kavinayan Sivakumar
 
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Game History for Kavinayan Sivakumar
Player ID: 12234-W, United States Chess League, U.S.A.
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Game
ID
Player's
Result
Player's Rating
Before  &  After
Player's
Color
Name of
Opponent
Oppon.
ID
Oppon.
Rating
Game
Date
Time
Cntrl
Opening
Moves
Event
ID
Comments
    89267     WON 2040     2068   WHITE T.Batsettseg 3014-R 2213 09/14/09 g/120 e4...c5
Nf3...g6
d4...cxd4
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    89660     WON 2068     2087   BLACK S.Smith 11336-E 2026 09/30/09 g/120 e4...c5
Nf3...e6
d4...cxd4
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    89684     DRAWN 2087     2093   WHITE E.Rosen 12285-F 2249 10/05/09 g/90 e4...e5
Nf3...Nc6
Bc4...Bc5
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    89708     LOST 2093     2074   WHITE E.Rosenberg 1009-F 2132 10/12/09 g/120 e4...c6
d4...d5
exd5...cxd5
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    98858     LOST 2074     2062   WHITE V.Martirosov 6239-K 2288 08/18/10 g/120 e4...c5
Nf3...Nc6
Bb5...Na5
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    99148     LOST 2062     2041   WHITE G.Xu 14535-T 2066 09/01/10 g/120 e4...e6
d4...d5
Nd2...Nf6
792 U.S.Chess League 2010 Season  
(6 games displayed)


A d d i t i o n a l     A n a l y s i s
SCORE% as White SCORE% as Black Overall SCORE%
30 % 100 % 41.66 %
Doctor Kibbitz says:
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Better analysis for Kavinayan Sivakumar will be possible after at least 4 games have been played with each color."
 
CXR Chess Win-Loss-Draw Pie Chart for Games of Player Kavinayan Sivakumar Decided in Endgame
Note: We regard any game of 48 moves or longer to be includable in endgame statistics. Approximately one third of all chess games are decided in the endgame. One can see, therefore, that endgame skills are of tremendous importance. Yet, this is an area that is very often neglected by young players. Success in the endgame demands familiarity with its own particular skill set; the strategy and tactics of the opening and middlegame are out of place here. Understanding the endgame's unique nature, and studying its mechanics, will catapult the player forward to mastery over his or her peers. Without this understanding, the greatest triumphs over the board are just not possible.
 

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