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NM James Schuyler
Member since Sep-04-07 · Last seen Aug-29-08
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   NM James Schuyler has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-29-08 Tiviakov vs T Gareyev, 2006
NM James Schuyler: Actually, the tactical theme is much more basic--black's Rc7 is overloaded, trying to defend e7 and c5 at the same time. 35.Rxe7 Rxe7 36.Qxc5 wins a bishop. (If 36.Rd8+ Kh7 37.f6+, then Rxe4 saves black.)
   Apr-29-08 L E Johannessen vs L Christiansen, 2000 (replies)
NM James Schuyler: This was a cool game. White's position seemed so strong after Rb8, but somehow everything boomeranged.
   Apr-26-08 Petrosian vs Filip, 1962 (replies)
NM James Schuyler: What a crush! Petrosian makes Filip look like an A-player here.
   Apr-23-08 A Vitolinsh vs Khalifman, 1984 (replies)
NM James Schuyler: 5. Bc4+ is a blunder that runs into 5...d5 6.ed Bd6 with almost no compensation for white.
   Apr-11-08 Legky vs D Fingerov, 2005 (replies)
NM James Schuyler: al wazir, you are amusing. Maybe if a presidential election were at stake, I'd worry about Crafty's assessments. As it is, few positions are resignable that can't be conclusively demonstrated by a computer. Besides, computer analysis can be checked by a person.
   Apr-09-08 R Strand vs O Sjostrom, 1956
NM James Schuyler: Black's 10...Be6 is a ludicrous blunder, as is 12...Bd7. I'm not sure what this game is doing here.
   Apr-07-08 A Bannik vs Petrosian, 1957 (replies)
NM James Schuyler: The finish is that the game is finished.
   Apr-04-08 Petrosian vs B Milic, 1954 (replies)
NM James Schuyler: That was brutal. No counterplay whatsoever.
   Mar-30-08 Petrosian vs Taimanov, 1953 (replies)
NM James Schuyler: The most important idea Taimanov used was catching Petrosian on an off day. He misevaluated the position resulting from 17 Nxe4.
   Mar-30-08 Voloshin vs Smejkal, 1994
NM James Schuyler: Interesting move--5. cxd5!?
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