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jjp
Member since Apr-29-06 · Last seen May-26-13
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   jjp has kibitzed 32 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-10-12 Ivanchuk vs Caruana, 2012
 
jjp: Ok, but who do you blame for that? Ivanchuck for avoiding theory or Caruana for playing the Ruy?
 
   Oct-08-12 Bilbao Masters (2012) (replies)
 
jjp: Niklaushammer your welcome. I should mention that I am not sure the Bishop sacrifice for three pawns is not sound, but then again I'm not that good at chess.
 
   Aug-29-12 A H T dos Santos Fier vs A Nassr, 2012 (replies)
 
jjp: Judging by the final position I would say that the game result was recorded incorrectly and it should be 0-1 not 1-0. 42.Kh2 Be5+ wins the exchange.
 
   Nov-21-11 Koneru vs Yifan Hou, 2011 (replies)
 
jjp: Or 27. Re2 followed by Bc6.
 
   Jan-25-09 Yifan Hou vs Kasimdzhanov, 2009
 
jjp: The position after 36…Qxd2 is given in the Ruy Lopez: a Guide for Black on page 89. The assessment given appears to be accurate; Black has a “slight edge” due to the pawns on d5 and f2 being potentially weak. Presuming that research to play a line is the same type of research that one ...
 
   May-15-08 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
jjp: 1.Bxc4 Ra6 2.a4 Qxg5 (first point if the queen moves white can mate with Qd1)3.Bxd4 with a split. 3...exd5 4.Rxe1+ Kc2 5. Rc8+ Kd6 6. Rfe1 Nd5 7.Rc8 Kd6 8.Re6+ Ke7 9.Rg6+ picks up the queen. 3…Bxh4 4.Bxe5+ Ka8 5.Bxc3. Bxb3+ 6.Kb2. Black’s back rank should not be that hard to defend, ...
 
   Feb-09-08 E Tairova vs T Malgina-Sterliagova, 2008 (replies)
 
jjp: I would expect a player rated 1427 to play 26.Rb8+ wining the queen. Or 29.Rb8 winning the rook on h8. Have I completely gone insane, or is there something about this game that I have missed?
 
   Nov-27-06 Sicilian, Accelerated Fianchetto (B34) (replies)
 
jjp: I suppose the Maroczy’s bind is particularly drawish because black’s methods of equalizing tend to simplify the position. Exchanging a pair of minor pieces and playing b5 can easily lead to a drawn or nearly drawn heavy piece endgame. Playing a5 to create an artificial support point on ...
 
   Nov-16-06 Grischuk vs Carlsen, 2006 (replies)
 
jjp: I wrote move 16 for a reason 16.Bxf6 was actually played.
 
   Sep-13-06 Jeremy Silman (replies)
 
jjp: Wow! I expected this place to be full of new posts by now. Silman announced that he is revising How to reassess Your Chess. He claims that he may change 80% of the examples and that he has changed some of his views. http://www.jeremysilman.com/chess_l... Is anybody else happy about ...
 
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