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Member since Aug-03-10 · Last seen Oct-16-19
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. Add to this I'm rooting for other fellow compatriot Fabiano Caruana who appears to be the next best after Magnus.

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 2836 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-11-19 Fine vs Alekhine, 1938
Jambow: Fine game of cat and mouse...
   Oct-02-19 C Hansen vs Ftacnik, 1991 (replies)
Jambow: Yes Rd7+ for the bishops and queen onslaught was very nice. Great game deserves more attention.
   Aug-30-19 Egor Filipets vs A G Aleksandrov, 2018 (replies)
Jambow: Yeah that was a Wednesday at best saw that in blitz mode. However nice thought process gets you away from being too materialistic even in an endgame or late middlegame. My pattern of failure is regarding my own king safety, my times of best results are when I look for mate threats in
   May-22-19 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Jambow: <No, <jambow> - this is where your understanding breaks down. Your suggestion is like correcting for some known increase in the sediments at the bottom of a river without knowing how much water the river is carrying at any given point in time.> Totally disagree ...
   May-09-19 Stockfish vs AlphaZero, 2018 (replies)
Jambow: 22 moves? Was there hard drive crash...
   May-08-19 Carlsen vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2019 (replies)
Jambow: <It's quite clear that Magnus did not believe much in MVL's pawn sacrifice. And saying that: <Maybe he had a slight compensation for the pawn initially, ---but..> isn't really agreeing with your enthusiastic nod of approval for 10...b5 :)> I would say temporary ...
   May-05-19 Polugaevsky vs I Bilek, 1969 (replies)
Jambow: Honestly although the full continuation alluded me, I think openening lines of attack with 27.Rxe5 considering 26.Bg5 preceeded it is somewhat natural as a potential move. This is further enticed if one also notices the bishop pair get lines of attack against the black king combined ...
   May-01-19 V Keymer vs Carlsen, 2019 (replies)
Jambow: Karpovianesque...
   Apr-28-19 GRENKE Chess Classic (2019) (replies)
Jambow: If I see something interesting that stands out about Magnuses play in Grenke it is that he is a real estate mogel getting forward squares and holding them. Pawns are being pushed and supported. Instead of waiting for a tiny edge to grind and hold Magnus is more aggressive in taking ...
   Apr-28-19 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2019
Jambow: <Eyal: As far as the opening goes, <10.Bd2!?> is an interesting novelty by Carlsen> I would concur with the queen not waiting to be pinned it is somewhat of an unnatural move. Not incorrect simply something that wouldn't make it to a list of candidate moves even for the ...
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