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PJs Studio
Member since Dec-25-13 · Last seen May-23-17
I'm a former USCF Expert until I got a wife, family, house, job...etc. (and as of March 2017 I am an Expert again(!)) My openings are (less) stale and my endings are ok but my tactics are a 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 550 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-23-17 Adams vs Lputian, 1995 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: The problem for GM Adams here is; he HAD to see d2 AND f4+ before he played 51.Rf2 . Since he did not, he was completely busted immediately upon moving the rook. Adams is a fantastic Super GM so, it's a nice win for a second tier Super GM Lputian.
 
   May-23-17 Smbat Gariginovich Lputian (replies)
 
PJs Studio: Regardless of GM Lputian results or perceived strength next to all of you wood pushers, he has always been one of my favorite GM's specifically because when all we had before computers was Informators... I would study the games in lines that I used most frequently and his name ...
 
   May-03-17 Bareev vs Kasparov, 1994
 
PJs Studio: Can anyone imagine anymore sheer terror than Kasparov playing 3...b5?! Especially In 1994! (At the height of his powers) "Honey, I'll be home in time for dinner."
 
   May-03-17 Anand vs Kamsky, 1994
 
PJs Studio: This game was highlighted in chapter one of Nunn's fantastic work "Secrets of Practical Chess". WhatNunn highlighted was Anand's sheer balls in picking 19 f4! I have to agree. I've studied this game closely and Anand's genius was wildly on display
 
   Mar-28-17 W So vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: Magnus played a beautiful game here. GM So has been unstoppable. Winning and winning and winning. Very possible preview to a future World Championship match.
 
   Mar-24-17 I Cheparinov vs Drasko, 2007 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: This was surprisingly easy for a Friday.
 
   Mar-03-17 I Cheparinov vs Navara, 2007 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: Nice job abg2002
 
   Jan-04-17 Seirawan vs Beliavsky, 1988 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: One gets the impression Seirawan stepped into a prepeaired line Beliavski had prepped years before just waiting to unleash on some unsuspecting GM. Ruthless soviet school efficiency. Very instructive!
 
   Dec-25-16 S Zhigalko vs I Bukavshin, 2015 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: At first I thought 27...Qc5 was a better defense (access to the king side but after ...e5 she holds h6. So I'm not sure.) Not so tough Christmas gift.
 
   Dec-20-16 H Walkerling vs Hanssen, 1928 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: Don't take the rook. Don't take the rook. Don't take the rook! Ugh. He took the rook.
 
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