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Member since Aug-03-10 · Last seen Mar-13-15
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 1481 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-13-15 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
Jambow: <jsy: Team USA is already a serious gold medal contender with Naka and So. If they had Caruana also, they'd be a gold medal favorite.> Have to agree that would be the best ever US team by far.
   Dec-18-14 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
Jambow: Punctuated equalibrium is simply the ad hoc hypothesis for why the fossil record didn't produce the finely gradiated chain of intermediate fossils linking everything together. Gould could at least admit the failure of what Darwinian evolution predicted and no doubt should have ...
   Dec-16-14 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Jambow: <frogbert> Nice post good to see you around.
   Dec-13-14 Fabiano Caruana (replies)
Jambow: <fisayo123> While he shot up quickly to nearly 2850 certainly he steadily marched to 2800. He might just get on another roll. Those who claimed he arrived and Carlsen was doomed went way over board, yet those who claim he is a fluke haven't been watching his progress it seems. ...
   Dec-12-14 London Chess Classic (2014) (replies)
Jambow: <I remember at the Qatar Masters (2014), Kramnik & Giri were tied atop the standings with 2 rounds to go, but it would be Yangyi Yu who won by beating Giri and Kramnik.> If Yangyi Yu can win this time it will be the most remarkable upset in chess HIStory.
   Dec-12-14 Kramnik vs Nakamura, 2014 (replies)
Jambow: Great game by Kramnik prep or not, Nakamura castled and threw his bricks at the enemy, probably suboptimal. No matter fun game if more instructive of what not to do in a KID. Nakamura has been playing well losing a game to a former world champion who dethroned Kasparov certainly ...
   Dec-08-14 Nakamura vs T Slade, 2014
Jambow: Thanks SR it works and I'm not sure what Nakamura saw except opposite colored bishops made his job more difficult perhaps. No matter I would have avoided opposite colored bishops even though I have won with them frequently enough. I'm sure Nakamura would win with the opposite colored
   Dec-08-14 Samuel Shankland (replies)
Jambow: Sam is talented enough that it is very doubtful he has not reached his maximum potential. I do think it seem likely he will cross 2700 soon enough. He almost quit chess about 5 years ago but decided to become a proffesional and has gained steadily ever since. American chess has some ...
   Dec-04-14 Nakamura-Aronian Match (2014) (replies)
Jambow: <vbd> I would be interested in that match and unsure of who to root for. I think if Nakamura had to face Carlsen in a match he would do much better than their current head to head record would indicate. Easy to say and truly only Nakamura could benefit chess wise so Carlsen ...
   Dec-02-14 Kramnik vs A Giri, 2014 (replies)
Jambow: Kramnik owns Giri it seems.
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