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Jaymthegenius
Member since Aug-19-04 · Last seen Aug-03-05
I usually play chess on Yahoo!(rated around 1550-1800, no prog protection may have something to do with it) and chess21. (anywhere from 2200-2350, trying to break 2400, is tough, though) Here are some of my games from both sites, and here is a rundown on my style from a scale to 1-10

Tactical(white)7
tactical(black)8
Possitional(white)4
Possitional(black)3
defense(white)4
defense(black)4
Attack(white)6
attack(black)7

Next is a skill evaluation:
minor piece endgames:5 (intermediate level)
rook and pawn endgames:7
Queen and pawn endgames:6 (I have updated as I've played ONE on Yahoo! and solved a few Queen and pawn endings on Fritz teqnique trainer and Right Decisions by Chessbase)

Here are some of my games from both sites

A game I've played with a beutiful combination, was the Van Geet [Event "CHESS.AC Game"]
[Date "2005.05.03"]
[Round "-"]
[White "jaymthegenius 1654"]
[Black "johnkeough 1513"]
[Result "*"]
1. Nb1-c3 g7-g6 (clearly he is fishing for a pirc/modern, better to avoid those lines) 2. h2-h4!? (unconventional, but best according to Don Maddox) Bf8-g7 3. h4-h5 g6-g5 4. d2-d4 d7-d6 (what happened to 4...e6?) 5. e2-e4 (taking the pawn at g5 is inferior, as 5...f6 6.Bh4 gives black chances) (or h6,Bh4) h7-h6 6. Ng1-f3 Bc8-g4 7. Bf1-c4 c7-c5? (this pawn thrust isnt good, I win two pawns and black has little compensation) 8. d4xc5 Nb8-c6 9. c5xd6 Bg7-f6 10. Nc3-b5 e7xd6 11. Qd1-d5 Bf6-e7 (Black moves around his bishop and pawn's too much) 12. Qd5xf7+ (attacking the weakness in black's camp, all moves from here are combonation preperations) Ke8-d7 13. Bc1-e3 Ng8-f6 14. O-O-O Rh8-f8 15. Bc4-e6+! (this move set's the combonation in motion) Bg4xe6 16. Rd1xd6+

and Black is sunk, it is funny how black play's seemingly sensible moves but these ignore development while creating weaknesses, allowing my combonational skills to be

here is one as black vs, the enlish

Opening:Kings english
[Event "Chess21"]
[Site "www.chess21.com"]
[Date "08-feb-2005 20:10:02"]
[White "kingsberri"]
[Black "jaymthegenius"]
[Result "0-1"]
[WhiteElo "2157"]
[BlackElo "2232"]
[TimeControl "10/0"]

1. c2-c4 e7-e5 2. Nb1-c3 c7-c5 3. Ng1-f3 Ng8-f6 4. Nf3xe5 Nb8-c6 5. Ne5xc6 d7xc6 6. d2-d3 Bf8-e7 7. Bc1-f4 Be7-d6 8. Qd1-d2 0-0 9. g2-g3 Bd6xf4 10. Qd2xf4 Qd8-d4 11. Qf4xd4 c5xd4 12. Nc3-e4 Nf6xe4 13. d3xe4 c6-c5 14. b2-b3 b7-b6 15. h2-h4 Bc8-b7 16. f2-f3 f7-f5 17. e4xf5 Rf8xf5 18. Bf1-g2 Ra8-e8 19. Ke1-f2 Rf5-e5 20. Rh1-e1 Re5-e3 21. Ra1-d1 Re8-f8 22. Rd1-d3 Bb7xf3 23. Bg2xf3 Rf8xf3 24. e2xf3 Re3xd3 25. Re1-e2 Kg8-f7 26. g3-g4 Rd3-d1 27. Re2-e1 Rd1xe1 28. Kf2xe1 Kf7-f6 29. f3-f4 h7-h5 30. g4xh5 Kf6-f5 31. Ke1-d2 Kf5xf4 32. Kd2-d3 Kf4-g4 33. a2-a3 Kg4xh5 34. b3-b4 Kh5xh4 35. a3-a4 c5xb4 36. Kd3xd4 g7-g5 0-1

This long notation is very annoying, I prefer short Algebraic, but perhaps is better if I can set up a position from a designated point at an analysis.


   Jaymthegenius has kibitzed 472 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-05-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Jaymthegenius: And I play various gambit's in blitz play as white (Kings gambit, Wing, etc)
 
   May-05-05 Gioachino Greco (replies)
 
Jaymthegenius: O.K! I meant just Reti! But both are the best opening inventor's who ever lived! And who's theories are the most important in the history of chess! As using piece and flank pressure to contol the center is the best way to do it.
 
   May-04-05 J Joguet vs J Walid, 1992 (replies)
 
Jaymthegenius: And wasnt there a quote from the 1500's "Chesse, it is supposed to be a game of logic, but he who playes the kings bishop pawn on the second move at the kings pawn game contradict's such a rule, weakening the kings diagonal, allowing a knight sacrifice!" It was quoted in ...
 
   May-03-05 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
 
Jaymthegenius: azaris: 3. c4 is just rubbish, what is White going to do about his d-pawn? I also don't like dxe5 after Black plays d5, White shouldn't open things up when he hasn't developed properly yet. The only hope is that Black gets "creative" with the queen and loses time in the ...
 
   May-03-05 NN vs Greco, 1625 (replies)
 
Jaymthegenius: Actually, not 4...d6, 4...Bc5 and I mean 3.Bc4
 
   May-02-05 Anderssen vs Morphy, 1858 (replies)
 
Jaymthegenius: Because I have this CD "modern Way's of playing the sicilian" That give 1.e4,c5 2..Nf3,e6 3.d4,cxd4 4.Nxd4,Qb6?! 5.Nc3,Bc5 and reverse with a pawn at a3 and move in hand would be quite usefull!
 
   May-02-05 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
 
Jaymthegenius: yes, it could have, for instance 1.d4,g6 2.e4,Bg7 3.Be3,b6 4.c4,Bb7 5.Nc3,Nc6 6.f4,Nf4 7.Nf3,0-0 8.Bd3,e6 For an example (I know I gave a poor move order, just an example of a transposition) Also, NN was slightly better, with 9.e5,Ng4 the bishop's get chased.
 
   Apr-30-05 Anderssen vs Morphy, 1858 (replies)
 
Jaymthegenius: What about 1.a3,Nf6 This is my choice as black.
 
   Apr-30-05 Anderssen vs Dufresne, 1851 (replies)
 
Jaymthegenius: Kosteniuk would easily defeat Anderssen, black played a nice game until the blunder.
 
   Apr-30-05 Anderssen vs Harrwitz, 1848 (replies)
 
Jaymthegenius: Aha! I've found them! I quoted this game to Schiller, (Isnt this a Terrasch, I am playing against Schiller's mainline Terrasch).
 
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