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Member since Feb-06-06 · Last seen Feb-26-14
Jovan Petronic.
FIDE Senior Trainer.
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   IMFSTJP has kibitzed 23 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-26-14 Blackburne vs J M Hanham, 1889 (replies)
IMFSTJP: Judging by the dust on it, I estimate around 35 years old:
   Feb-15-13 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
IMFSTJP: P.S. Of course, no need to research, that was not any intention. If not available within up to 1 minute rememberance, then no need to think about it any more at all.
   Feb-02-13 Fischerandom Chess (replies)
IMFSTJP: 1st Chess960 Singapore National Championship:
   Jan-27-13 Biographer Bistro (replies)
IMFSTJP: <mrbasso> Thanks!
   Apr-16-08 Chandler vs Zsuzsa Polgar, 1987 (replies)
IMFSTJP: "Hey, Murray, look -- free knight!" from below. I like it very much. Interesting Mr. Murray still tried on moves 55 and 56 to force a counter-blunder. The draw trap was well prepared and should become a part of any chess syllabus. Premature resignation would have spoiled this game a
   Apr-15-08 Topalov vs Shirov, 1998 (replies)
IMFSTJP: 47..Bh3! is really pretty, there is no doubt about that! However, there is at least one another way to win using "normal moves". The second solution was tested for hours, even played many times against Fritz 10, with the engine always losing as White. The 2nd (normal) way to win was
   Apr-15-08 D Kosic vs Barlov, 1994 (replies)
IMFSTJP: 30... Kf8(?) If you are wondering why Black played this move, I just happened to be there, seeing live Black castling 0-0, with GM Kosic approaching the arbiter claiming his opponent just played an illegal move. GM Barlov seemed embarassed to have forgotten he had previously played
   Oct-02-06 Jovan Petronic (replies)
IMFSTJP: P.S. The MFO game seems to have moved here:
   Mar-18-06 Kholmov vs Stripunsky, 1994
   Mar-17-06 Nona Gaprindashvili (replies)
IMFSTJP: Nona was one of the best. How many games does she have in here?
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