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Member since Mar-02-04 · Last seen May-20-05
I live in Stafford, VA. I'm a decent player that is trying to improve greatly. My Favorite player is a toss-up between Alekhine and Fischer, and I hope that I can be that good one day.
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   jeremykelly2000 has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-20-05 Anand vs C Hansen, 2003 (replies)
jeremykelly2000: I also saw 26.e6, but I saw that it also won, although you had to deal with all of the 'desparation checks'. Black will run out of checks, and can't stop ♕f7# with out giving her queen for the pawn. Attempts to stop the mate with the Knights also fail, for instance ...
   Dec-23-04 Janowski vs Saemisch, 1925 (replies)
jeremykelly2000: I just want to say to Chessgames that I have appreciated the puns this week. All to often we forget that it's Christmas time because we feel the need to be Politcally Correct. This is Christmas time, and I am thankful that you have made puns reflecting that. Thank you!
   Dec-21-04 Smyslov vs J H Donner, 1967 (replies)
jeremykelly2000: How does this game end? I keep getting into a position that I can't solve. Please help.
   Aug-04-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
jeremykelly2000: Does anyone know the game of the day a couple months ago that was described as "tomb". That's all that I remember about it and I can't find the game anymore. Thanks.
   Jun-18-04 Duras vs H Wolf, 1907 (replies)
jeremykelly2000: <patzer2: The answer 38. Rf4!! deflects Black to 38...Qe7, where 39. Qd7! wins the unprotected rook.> I'm not really sure what you mean here, but white wins the unprotected queen after 39.♕d7. There's no way to protect the queen AND protect the back rank mate. ...
   Jun-09-04 Alekhine vs Sik, 1943 (replies)
jeremykelly2000: Nice game by Alekhine. I don't really see a good way out for black, if: 18... g6 19.♕h6 with mate to follow 18... ♔h8 19.♗xg7+! ♔g8 (19...♔xg8 20.♕g5+ 21. ♔h8 22.♕f6+ ♔g8 23.♖g3 with mate in 2) 20.♗h6! f6 ...
   May-07-04 Tartakower vs A Kramer, 1928 (replies)
jeremykelly2000: Haha!! The true French Defence.
   Apr-16-04 Hamppe vs Meitner, 1872 (replies)
jeremykelly2000: oh, I guess it would be 19...Kd7 20. Qg4+ Kd6 and there's no way to stop Rhb8#
   Mar-26-04 Adorjan vs Miles, 1985 (replies)
jeremykelly2000: I had solved it rather quickly with the same method as RayFchess had said. I basically solved it backwards, and that's when I have my best games. After all of the analyzing that I did, however, I missed 31. Bg5. I know that it still ends in mate, but it bothers me that I ...
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