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Member since Aug-03-10 · Last seen Sep-21-14
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.

   Jambow has kibitzed 1306 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-20-14 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
Jambow: Anand was a worthy champion who slipped into holding ground instead of conquest. This strategy against the meistro of inches was futile at best and fool hardy at worst. Problem is Anand had been playing don't lose chess for some time and thought because he narrowly slipped by it was ...
   Sep-20-14 Hartston vs Spassky, 1966 (replies)
Jambow: <FSR> No doubt Spassky impresses with his dynamic forcing counter play. It seems more often white is the one answering questions and on the defence. This is a nice game to examine.
   Sep-20-14 Fabiano Caruana (replies)
Jambow: Hmmm Mark me thinks your objectivity is a bit lacking on this one. Caruana's elo is not based upon one performnace and has steadily increased until he is now reached the third highest rating in History and is less than 20pts behind Carlsen a place Anand, Nakamura, Aronian, Topalov ...
   Sep-16-14 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
Jambow: <SL> Your criticism's are reasonable and not a detriment to his page on this site. I might not totally agree with your assessment but it is not the thoughtless diatribe trolling that brings things to a lower level. My thoughts are that Nakamura advanced chess by playing online ...
   Sep-15-14 E Gorisnic vs G Puiggros, 1978
Jambow: Instructive play using a myriad of chess strategies to finally win from opening through the end game.
   Sep-14-14 Shirov vs Piket, 1995 (replies)
Jambow: Saw the initial idea quickly the follow up of course developes as you play. This is one of those games where if in the right mindset you play the first moves intuitively. Of course for me I'm often refuted with sound play but it is fun playing it out regardless.
   Sep-06-14 A J Goldsby (replies)
Jambow: AJ is ok I spoke with him, he is done with this site.
   Aug-31-14 Sinquefield Cup (2014) (replies)
Jambow: <FSR> I must agree this is truly an amazing performance so far. I was already impressed at 3-0, 4-0 seemed too good to be true and now it is 5-0. I expected a draw today not a win and Nakamura has been the one to stop in times past. I think Nakamura's ship has sailed I thought ...
   Jun-29-14 Topalov vs Kramnik, 2008
Jambow: This game is a perfect example that it's not always the absolute objectively best move that always matters, but the move that allows my opponent the maximum chance to take a wrong turn in a minefield of tactics. 12 Nxf7 took the game from a slow positional grind Kramnik excels at to ...
   Jun-22-14 Paul Morphy (replies)
Jambow: <MountainMatt> I came to write the same.
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