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Jaymthetactician
Member since May-06-05 · Last seen Jul-11-07
I am formally known as Jaymthegenius, I am still a genius, but my name has been changed to be more chess appropriate, I pick names off of charicteristic's of myself, and tactician fits the mold perfectly.

   Jaymthetactician has kibitzed 558 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-11-07 Bronstein vs P Dely, 1962
 
Jaymthetactician: <i can't wait till shredder 11 comes out!> Why? It'll be exactly the same as Shredder 10, just with go faster stripes.> Not to mention an updated database and improved analysis features :D
 
   Jun-30-07 Kramnik vs Leko, 2007 (replies)
 
Jaymthetactician: <I don't know for you guys, but I find a lot of similarites between each Kramnik game. They all follow the same pattern. Same openings, create a passed pawn with a favorable endgame with the same sort of pawn structure on the king side (something like h2,g2,f3,e3 etc.)He
 
   Jun-30-07 Kramnik vs Anand, 2007 (replies)
 
Jaymthetactician: And on stuff being considered "Dubious" all it means is that whoever played the dubious opening will have to fight harder for the draw provided the oppenent play's the best moves :D I like 36.e5! Anyone with a basic chess understanding should see this move as when you have ...
 
   Jun-15-07 Blatny vs A E Kahn, 2007 (replies)
 
Jaymthetactician: This game was totally awsome! I love how white opened, I don't like 10...Na6 and think 10...Nbd7 would have been better as more influence would be on the center. Funny how black trying to create weaknesses in whites position just made whites position stronger. Blacks been a
 
   Mar-31-07 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Jaymthetactician: <Eric Schiller>: "Some people seem obsessed with memorizing reams of opening analysis, but you can also prepare well by studying complete games. Once I had to face off with GM Gabriel Schwartzman and my preparation involved a new "poisoned pawn"gambit but primarily ...
 
   Mar-23-07 Judit Polgar vs Karpov, 1998 (replies)
 
Jaymthetactician: I've noticed this pattern in Karpovs games where an opponent would make a queen take on a7 and Karpov would then chase it away with active compinsation, besides this game looks more like a Queens Gambit declined or Terrach then a Kings Pawn opening system. Even though it ...
 
   Mar-21-07 Steinitz vs Paulsen, 1870 (replies)
 
Jaymthetactician: Wow that's pretty funny, I annotated this game via the Shredder database, I said about the Ke3-f2-g1 move: "And he's the guy who said the Kings an attacking piece :D" I notiee that Steinitz has horrible luck when an opponent plays 5...d5! instead.
 
   Feb-23-07 E Paoli vs Ulf Andersson, 1973 (replies)
 
Jaymthetactician: Great play from Anderssen :D I don't like 18...g6 however as white has a potential h4-h5 attack either forcing an exchange of rooks or opening the h-file, I like 18...Nf4 better as Nf4 19. Bxf4 exf4 20. Nd5 Bc5+ 21. Kh1 Qe5 with initiative, coordination, less pawn ...
 
   Feb-23-07 P Blehm vs Judit Polgar, 2001
 
Jaymthetactician: I don't like 8...Na5?! as even though ...Nc4 was an obvious plan black at this point should work on improving there position instead of spend tempo to gain a bishop pair, sure the knight is strong on c4 as it provokes the weakening b3 leaving c2 backwards and staking out ...
 
   Feb-23-07 De Legal vs Saint Brie, 1750 (replies)
 
Jaymthetactician: Damn it why the hell did the dude named after a de-licious cheese (I especially like Tour de Marze, I only get it imported from France) have to lose? I wanted le Brie to win :D so... people back then had a concept of 4...g6? 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6 3. Bc4 Nf6 4. d3 (Nc3) ...
 
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