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Member since Aug-03-10 · Last seen Aug-25-16
Love the game of chess and hence I'm here, the players games that always bring a smile are the master pieces of Morphy, then Capablanca and Fischer. So many other players I enjoy Kasparov, Carlsen, Anand etc... Today I mostly cheer for Nakamura perhaps because he is one of the few top players I have watched play OTB, he also has a distinctive style.

Beyond and above chess I'm a bible believing Christian and love God's word. I'm very thankful for my 5 children and lovely wife too. I have at times lead an interesting life traveling around the world aboard the USS Missouri. Later getting a heavy fix of adrenaline repossesing cars and things of that sort. Full Member

   Jambow has kibitzed 1973 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-21-16 Tal vs Sviridov, 1969
Jambow: Had used the Yugoslav against players rated 200-300 pts higher rated with great results. Since I started playing B20 b3 with bishop fianchetto against the Sicilian I no longer cross paths with this old friend. The motif is simple and also all the strong ideas appear to be at whites ...
   Aug-20-16 World Junior Championship (2016) (replies)
Jambow: Kudos to Xiong, he was only mildly on my radar, but I see much promise as my attention now draws closer. Mature playing style already like a young Magnus. His game looks very balanced, tactical, strategic and sound end game technique too.
   Aug-16-16 Big Pawn chessforum (replies)
Jambow: <this> dark world
   Aug-15-16 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Jambow: <One is bound to be Donald Trump. He declare to the whole world he could beat both of these two easily and makes the opening move. 1.Ke4> How nice to see politics brought into the foray on Magnus's page, No doubt he is an &^*@!, and yet very much not a rarity as we can clearly
   Aug-14-16 Sinquefield Cup (2016) (replies)
Jambow: < about picking 10 Kibitizers from here to play 9 rounds and getting the 10 GM's to make comments on their games.> Ha ha that would be money well spent imho. Go So !!! nice job... What a nice game to finish by Nakamura, more akin to a kings gambit than queens gambit ...
   Jul-31-16 Carlsen vs Nakamura, 2016 (replies)
Jambow: <The Rocket> Carlsen had a slight advantage for a good portion of the game Nakamura held on waited for Carlsen to make a mistake, when he did Nakamura played flawlessly and so won a positional game against the maestro. You could do the math and get the objective odds between ...
   Jul-28-16 Irina Krush (replies)
Jambow: I am a Krush fan BTW I enjoy her chess lecture style and chosen examples for analysis.
   Jul-25-16 Bilbao (2016) (replies)
Jambow: I'm of the opinion that Caruana would have had the best odds of winning a WC match amongst the challengers. That of course with him being an underdog with long odds. Styles and mindsets matters and I think besides being one of the best players today Caruana doesn't seem as affected ...
   Jul-16-16 Carlsen vs W So, 2016 (replies)
Jambow: Capablanca or Carlsen hard to tell. King in the middle, open files active pieces and a miniature is the result. Very interesting game in which it just keeps getting worse for So. Carlsen had both light and dark squares covered in the middle of the board making defense impossible.
   Jul-14-16 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
Jambow: About time glad to see it. Go Nakamura!!!
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