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JYMMI
Member since Oct-26-05 · Last seen Nov-02-17
Brazilian from São José dos Campos.

Chess player since I was 5.

Chess lover since I was 13.

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My favourite Chess players:

Judit Polgar

Alexander Morozevich

My favourite master:
Mikhail Tal ... in Memorian

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Openig Analysis

1.f3 2.♔f2

Moving the king right in the 2nd move is madness however there is a line with this two moves in which white gets advantage:

1.f3 e5 2.♔f2 ♕f4+ [this move is Ok when 1.f4 but in this case it's not, however the best answer after ♔f2 is d5 (and if 1.f4 after ♔f2 the correct move is ♗c5+] 3.g3 ♗c5+ 4.e3 ♕h5 [♕f6 ♘c3] 5.d4 ♗b6 6.h4 exd4 7.exd4


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Other line:

As you see in the last line posted here black makes some mistakes in the openning, so let's follow a line with 2. ... d5:

2. ... d5 3. e3 [aimed against ♗c5+] ♗c5 4. c3 d4! 5. ♕c2! ♘d7 [aimed against cxd4] 6. ♘e2 =


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Other line:

Let's see what happens after 1.f3 e5 2.♔f2 d5 3. e3 ♘c6:

4. ♗b5 ♗d7 5.♘e2 ♗d6 6. d4 ♘f6 7. c4 exd4 8. cxd5 ♘xd5 9. ♘xd4 ♘xd4 10. ♗xd7 ♕xd7 11. ♕xd4 O-O


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Other line:

1.f3 e5 2.♔f2 d5 3. e3 ♘c6 4. ♗b5 ♕h4+ 5. g3 ♕f6 6. d4 ♘ge7 7. dxe5 ♕xe5 8. ♘e2 a6 9. ♗a4 ♗e6 10. c3


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Other Line:

1. e3 e5 2. ♔f2 d5 3. e3 ♘c6 4. ♗b5 ♕h4+ 5. g3 ♕f6 6. d4 ♘ge7 7. dxe5 ♕xe5 8. ♘e2 a6 9. ♗a4 ♗e6 10. c3 b5 11. ♗c2 ♗f5


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Other line:

1. f3 ♘c6 2. ♔f2 ♘f6 3. e3 e5 4. ♗b5 d5 5. d4 ♗d7 6. ♗xc6 ♗xc6 7. dxe5 ♘d7 =


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   JYMMI has kibitzed 214 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-13-08 Judit Polgar (replies)
 
JYMMI: Hum... Polgar is playing the chess Olympiad. I got surprised when I knew about it, 'hope she'll do it well.
 
   Nov-13-08 Alexandra Kosteniuk (replies)
 
JYMMI: Looking pretty: http://lh3.ggpht.com/_Q0lTtPVTG40/S...
 
   Jul-22-08 Ksenya Rybenko (replies)
 
JYMMI: I still think she looks nice, but Alexandra looks prettier. Btw, happy birthday, Ksenya!
 
   Mar-30-08 Anna Muzychuk (replies)
 
JYMMI: A first place again! http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail... The girl is rocking this year!
 
   Mar-30-08 Kristina Cherenkova (replies)
 
JYMMI: Picture (end of page): http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail...
 
   Mar-15-08 Veselin Aleksandrov Topalov (replies)
 
JYMMI: Happy Birthday Veselin!
 
   Feb-20-08 Grischuk vs Judit Polgar, 2007 (replies)
 
JYMMI: Kosteniuk has something to say about this position: http://www.chesskillertips.com/inde...
 
   Feb-16-08 Mikhail Tal (replies)
 
JYMMI: JYMMI: Hickmann is almost 1,90m tall. She is a model. She's just got into the program presentation world about 3 or 4 years ago... She: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/I... And she again: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/I...
 
   Feb-08-08 A Muzychuk vs E Tairova, 2008 (replies)
 
JYMMI: Good point whiteshark, Chessbase Light can't help, does anyone here have fritz?
 
   Feb-01-08 Zhao Zong-Yuan vs G Goldsztejn, 2008 (replies)
 
JYMMI: <socnegoti> Interesting, so this is a funny blunder? How exactly can a blunder be funny? And how exactly do you evaluate this blunder: Deep Fritz vs Kramnik, 2006 ? I thought it was horrible, but never funny.
 
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