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Tommy Jensen
Member since Oct-12-04 · Last seen Jan-06-08
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   Tommy Jensen has kibitzed 31 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-03-07 Gamman vs Blackburne, 1869 (replies)
Tommy Jensen: Could white not have played 7.Bxd5 instead of retreating? Something like 7...Nxd5 8.Qh5+ g6 9.Qxd5 Nc6 10.O-O does not look immediately dangerous for white, who looks to be ahead by the exchange plus a couple of pawns.
   Oct-12-06 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
Tommy Jensen: 44.Qc4 is a draw now
   Oct-10-06 Topalov vs Kramnik, 2006 (replies)
Tommy Jensen: Kramnik took back the move 62.- Kh2 ?? That is novel.
   Oct-05-06 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
Tommy Jensen: It looks like after 17.Rfc1 it already became an uphill battle for Kramnik. He missed 17.b3 after which he would have had a comfortable position. He misses 20.b3 as well, which is superior to 20.Qxb4. He seems to harbor some kind of inhibition against playing the b-pawn to ...
   Aug-23-06 Torre vs Lasker, 1925 (replies)
Tommy Jensen: <syracrophy> I agree that the line is very plausible up to 24.Ne3 Qxd4 25.Rd1 Qe4 26.Bxh6 Ng6 27.Bg5 Nf4 28.Bxf4 Qxf4 29.Rh3 f6 30.Qh7+ Kf7 31.Rh4 Qg5 32.Rg4 Qh6 33.Qxh6 gxh6 34.Nc4. But here instead of 34... Rad8 I would suggest 34... Red8 with the idea 35.Nxd6+ Kf8 ...
   Aug-20-06 Tartakower vs Marshall, 1914 (replies)
Tommy Jensen: Would not 15.Nxc7 Rc8 16.Bc5+ Kf7 17.Bd6, followed up by e4, have turned out rather better for white? Looks like a solid pawn, plus good control of the board.
   Aug-19-06 Bird vs J Mason, 1875 (replies)
Tommy Jensen: <Benzol> After 20.O-O the best practical chances seem to lie in actually trying something like 20... Rf6 21.Na4 Qd6 22. Qe1 Rh6 threatening 23... Rxh2, though it seems that after a white answer like 23.Qg3 Rg6 24.Qe3 Rh6 25.g3 there is only little compensation.
   Aug-18-06 S Ayyoubi vs A Gautam, 2004
Tommy Jensen: After 11.Bg5? the white center pawn is up for grabs: 11... Nxe4! 12.Bxe7 Qxf2+ is mate, so white has to play 12.Nxe4 Qb4+ 13.Kf1 Qxe4 or 12.Be3 Nxc3 13.Bxb6 Nxd1 14.Rxd1 O-O and black has a clear advantage.
   Aug-16-06 Granda Zuniga vs G Laco, 1988 (replies)
Tommy Jensen: <Inf> Why should there be something wrong? 32.Qc7+ would be mate as well, but 32.Ne7+ is 'cleaner' ;-)
   Aug-15-06 P A Ursell vs A T Watson, 1953 (replies)
Tommy Jensen: <spdcoder> If you can make white play into the position before black's 8th move in the above game, then you should be very fine indeed; after 8.Ne4 O-O 9.Nxc5 Qc7 there is full compensation for the sacrificed pawn. This would however be too optimistic, since if white ...
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