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Member since Apr-16-07 · Last seen Feb-24-15
Just another patzer. Tries hard, loves the game, but... well... just another patzer.
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   JG27Pyth has kibitzed 1156 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-17-14 Jobava vs G Arzumanian, 1999 (replies)
JG27Pyth: Nf4 *sigh*
   Dec-16-14 T Farley vs W Teerapabpaisit, 2004 (replies)
JG27Pyth: Sure, it's a Tuesday puzzle -- but there's a Sunday pun in there somewhere.
   Dec-10-14 R Platz vs C Hess, 1994 (replies)
JG27Pyth: There's a pun bonanza here...(some rejects: Boo, Hess...Platz of luck...) My #1 Platz! Foiled again. Even the punning is easy for a Wednesday. ;)
   Nov-04-14 H Stefansson vs J Rukavina, 2010 (replies)
JG27Pyth: Lots of "hard for Tuesday" comments... I think this puzzle is an excellent illustration for the maxim: Go wide before you go deep. I managed to it after a small sturggle with myself that went like this: I don't see anything on the king side. Nothing. Nothing... ok, when there's no ...
   Oct-19-14 Nisipeanu vs D Reinderman, 2010 (replies)
JG27Pyth: @<weary willy> I agree 31 is an excellent puzzle. Maybe wednesday and it would frustrate A LOT of us. Anyone's first thought looking at that position as a puzzle is -- mating net. The Q trap with a pawn from the king's wall! That doesn't require great calculation, but ...
   Oct-06-14 Keene vs J Tarjan, 1975 (replies)
JG27Pyth: Me Tarjan, you Keene.
   Oct-02-14 Polgar vs Szendrei, 1984 (replies)
JG27Pyth: <<hedgehog> 22.Qh6! Rg8 (22...Qxf6 23.Qxf6#) 23.Qxh7+! Kxh7 24.Rh4#>> You meant: (22...Qxf6 23.Qxf8#)
   Oct-01-14 M Martinez Romero vs D Gonzales, 2014 (replies)
JG27Pyth: Luc<I was going to lift the rook (instead of checking with the knight) and mate on the h-file, but that LSB was guarding h3.> I don't think d6 is the refutation of the rook lift. White replies with check from the N and mate follows (with the rook giving check from g3). I ...
   Sep-26-14 Short vs R Pogorelov, 2004 (replies)
JG27Pyth: Finding the speculative sac, not so hard... calculating to certainty -- insane!
   Sep-07-14 Timman vs Huebner, 1982 (replies)
JG27Pyth: 39...Rd1!! Hard to find on the move, let alone two moves in with a Queen sac to make first. Yet -- necessity being the mother invention, and it being necessary, Timman might have found it -- it wasn't hard to see Qxb2 was worth some looking, and if the Queen could be deflected then
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