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PJs Studio
Member since Dec-25-13 · Last seen Jan-17-19
I'm a USCF Expert, slowed down my play with the wife, family, house, job...etc. My openings are (less) stale and my endings are ok but my tactics are a bit better than the rest of my game.

I've noticed many great comments from the players here and had to sign on to add what little I can. I still make time to study Schach...but only with the ease of a handy smartphone. I'm never condescending or contentious with analysis. Chess is hard enough without discouraging comments from others. "Grow the game" guys, grow it strong.

I wish you all good vision, great play, strong character and an indomitable will.

All the best from upstate NY

   PJs Studio has kibitzed 817 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-14-19 Lenderman vs Sadvakasov, 2009
PJs Studio: I just ran through Lakdawalaís analysis of this game and endgame. GM Sadvakasov is a truly brilliant player. Wow!!
   Jan-05-19 Nakamura vs Caruana, 2018
PJs Studio: Gorgeous game by both players. Typical super forcing moves in a fast time control by two the worlds best.
   Jan-05-19 Nakamura vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2018
PJs Studio: Obviously he was still calculating when he played 27.Bf1 and then afterward calculated 29.Bg4. Else he wouldíve played it immediately. These guys are always short of time in blitz against each other. So Bf1 is safe while he figures a way to crack black open. Great game Hikaru!
   Jan-05-19 Svidler vs I Badzharani, 1990
PJs Studio: Iím doing a quick investigation of the Belgrade and wow! This is an amazing game by Svidler. Very Instructive display. Showing exactly how white should go about attacking blacks weak points. So good - makes me not want to play 1...e5!
   Jan-03-19 Negi vs D Justo, 2014
PJs Studio: Yes. You guys got it. The score should be changed.
   Dec-29-18 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1970 (replies)
PJs Studio: Petrosian was a bit off his game and Fischer treated him to an epic beating.
   Dec-29-18 Keres vs Fischer, 1959
PJs Studio: Fischer was a nutcase but he was better than Keres. And Iím a big Keres fan. Straight up, Fischer was the greatest and strongest chessplayer in history before Kasparov (and the subsequent stock of modern Super GMís who stood on their shoulders). Heck, Fischer was still near 2700 ...
   Dec-29-18 A Nikolova vs A Kovchan, 2012 (replies)
PJs Studio: Iíve never seen this minority attack before. Lovely!
   Dec-19-18 J Rudd vs E Dearing, 2004 (replies)
PJs Studio: Thatís kinda nasty
   Dec-18-18 Kotov vs Smyslov, 1950
PJs Studio: Poor Kotov. Black is SO busted at move 39. White plays 39.Bd3 and 40.Ne7!! Devistates black. 39.Rxh7? is a very unfortunate blunder. Because itís a complex 6 half moves later he needed to see 42...Rxf2!! Winning. A shame. A great illustration of why itís so hard to become a ...
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