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jenspetersson
Member since Jul-18-04 · Last seen Nov-09-18
Swedish class II player.
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   jenspetersson has kibitzed 140 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-02-18 Capablanca vs Janowski, 1916
 
jenspetersson: Does anyone know when it was first discovered that Janowski could have held a draw? Is it Averbach (born 1922) who first reported this in his fabulous books? Or did Janowski (+ 1927) learn about it before his death from someone else than Averbach?
 
   Jul-09-18 Greco vs NN, 1620
 
jenspetersson: <wolfmaster> and <just a kid>: My guess is that Black realizes that the rook (and game...) is lost anyhow and thinks "Why not test if White misses the simple mate?!" or even better: "Why not let White finish me of with a fast mate, since the game is lost anyway?".
 
   Dec-25-15 Tkachiev vs Fressinet, 2006
 
jenspetersson: Position after move 44 identical to position in last game of World Championship match 1927 between Alekhine and Capablanca.
 
   Mar-10-12 A Planinc vs Timman, 1974 (replies)
 
jenspetersson: @whiteshark: 22.-Be8 is the losing move according to GM Kurajica in Keenes "Learn from the grandmasters".
 
   Jun-21-09 Sergio Mariotti (replies)
 
jenspetersson: <myschkin> : Thanks! I was under the impression that older games at chesslive.de were also included in the Megabase 2008. Otherwise I would have checked there too. Apparently I was wrong. Many thanks to you for helping me out.
 
   Jun-16-09 A Reshko vs O Kaminsky, 1972 (replies)
 
jenspetersson: <WhiteRook48> a8N is answered with Qa7! and then how will white be able to bring the knight into play?
 
   Mar-11-09 Shakhriyar Mamedyarov (replies)
 
jenspetersson: Mr Mamedyarov should learn to behave like a sports- and gentleman. This Rybkarubbish is just too much. How about if we all "annotate" his games and whenever he's done a "computer-move" record it in the comments. For the future readers of Chessgames to see.
 
   Feb-21-09 Kamsky vs Topalov, 2009 (replies)
 
jenspetersson: Whatta sweet Gata Chessgames has "rooking" for us!
 
   Oct-20-08 Kramnik vs Anand, 2008 (replies)
 
jenspetersson: <artemis: woody: he fell asleep.> Actually we Foidos-users saw Anand yawn during Kramniks long think before Rfc1. I'll let you know if a player actually sleeps later...
 
   Oct-15-08 Anand vs Kramnik, 2008 (replies)
 
jenspetersson: Still no novelty 14.Bd2 and 14.Be3 were played in two games in the mid-sixties.
 
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