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PJs Studio
Member since Dec-25-13 · Last seen Oct-11-17
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 568 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-11-17 N Marache vs Morphy, 1857 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: Iíve seen this before. Letís be honest, many 2300 players would easily overlook this move. A man way ahead of his time.
 
   Oct-11-17 Fischer vs Taimanov, 1971 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: Fischer, like Botvinnik was a very scientific player. Small advantages culminating in wins. Both intending their play to be without risk. Fischer was always a strong endgame player but by 71 he was ultra sharp. As to the comment about Capaís middlegame virtuosity, Like Fischer, ...
 
   Sep-07-17 B Gledura vs Nakamura, 2017
 
PJs Studio: Yeup. Wasting moves against a noted tactical monster and world champion grade opponent is a fatal error.
 
   Sep-07-17 Carlsen vs Dreev, 2017 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: 30.Kh1!! Wham! Carlsen played flawlessly. As a tactical player I should study his games to better my steamroller instead of getting into a slugfest. Simple and lethal.
 
   Sep-04-17 Michael Francis Stean
 
PJs Studio: These are some sweet quotes. I bet he is/was a hell of a coach
 
   Sep-04-17 A Planinc vs Minic, 1973 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: This game must've been so much fun. Unless one of them had money or a title on the line. In which case, it must've been nerve racking.
 
   Sep-03-17 Zukertort vs Steinitz, 1886
 
PJs Studio: ...27 Rh6? Looked to me that 27...Rf6 was substantially better instantly. My engine agreed. The threats against e3 and the battery at f4 is very simple to see. I was taught early on that the first masters were 2300-2400 in modern strength. I'm beginning to rethink that ...
 
   Jul-27-17 Milner-Barry vs M Haygarth, 1959 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: I actually enjoy the way black takes advantage of this (more than) suspect opening.
 
   Jul-20-17 Smbat Gariginovich Lputian
 
PJs Studio: I remember that gamekeypusher! Awesome use of open lines and advanced piece placement. He's such an aggressive player like myself. (Albeit ten times as accurate! ;) Big fan of GM Lputian.
 
   Jul-20-17 Mecking vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
 
PJs Studio: 30...Nc4 isn't the best because 30...Bc4 gives black more pull. Smart of both of them to draw here. Fischer because he could go wrong. Mecking because he's facing a beast.
 
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