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spikester2848
Member since Jan-13-07 · Last seen Feb-14-16
Hello there! My name is Jerry, and I really love this bloody addicting game. I live in Southern California and I am a student at the Cal-State University of Northridge. My current rating is around 1720, and my favorite players of all time are, but not limited to -- Paul Morphy, Adolf Anderrsen, Frank Marshall, Rashid Gibiatovich Zezhmetdinov, and last but not least, Mikhail Tal. If you would like playing a game or two w/me, feel free to ask. Or then again, feel free to chat about anything!
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   spikester2848 has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-19-14 Gerard Welling (replies)
 
spikester2848: You sir, are officially one of my top favorite players! I aspire to play Chess just like you - artistic, bold, and inspiring.
 
   May-11-13 J Cori vs N Huschenbeth, 2012 (replies)
 
spikester2848: What happens after 18.BxN ?
 
   Oct-11-10 K Blake vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
 
spikester2848: Hmm... Am I just seeing things in possibility; correct me if i'm wrong but, isn't 13...Nxe4 winning? 14.Bxe7?? Qb6+
 
   Jan-17-10 G Strutinskaya vs T V Voronova, 2008 (replies)
 
spikester2848: 29. Bxg6, Bxd2 30.Bxf7+, Kxf7 looks like an interesting try for white.
 
   Jul-01-09 Rashid Gibiatovich Nezhmetdinov (replies)
 
spikester2848: Nezhmetdinov deserves more attention than this. They need to post a picture of him up too. This guy was pure genius!
 
   Feb-21-09 D Norwood vs Gelfand, 1987 (replies)
 
spikester2848: I have the feeling the white bishop on f2 must take part in this mating attack somewhere after the black king moves to g7.
 
   Jan-11-09 E Kemeny vs Marshall, 1904 (replies)
 
spikester2848: Hmm... I see a missed good move with 18..Ng4!!. If fxg4 then RxR+, or if hxg3 then Qh2 mate
 
   Jan-05-09 Tal vs Averbakh, 1961 (replies)
 
spikester2848: Its always a pleasure to go through Tal's games.
 
   Jan-04-09 H C Plunkett vs Steinitz, 1874 (replies)
 
spikester2848: Very lovely game! Wish more of todays players had as much guts as the romantics did then. This style of chess leads to very wild, fun games.
 
   Jan-04-09 J Heissler vs Kasimdzhanov, 1999 (replies)
 
spikester2848: Awesome combination, Awesome Game! I wasn't even close to this one.
 
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