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bjessee
Member since Jul-21-06 · Last seen Jan-28-20
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   bjessee has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Nov-24-12 Naiditsch vs Kasimdzhanov, 1997 (replies)
 
bjessee: I looked at Rxg2 and Nxf4, but I thought Qg8+ and Rxd4 avoiding the knight fork was sufficient. I guess I should have looked deeper. Declining to take the bishop does white no better. At least I started on the right track.
 
   Oct-22-12 J Rowson vs A Ledger, 1995 (replies)
 
bjessee: I think al wazir is right; it seems hard not to win. I knew my solution could not be the right one for a Monday, but the first I tried was 30. Bxf6 which works as well. The best I saw for black was 30...Qxf6 31. Rh8+ Qxh8 (Kg7 32. Qh7#) 32. Qxe6+ Kg7 (or Rf7 33. Qxf7#) 33. ...
 
   Aug-20-11 Geller vs Anikaev, 1979 (replies)
 
bjessee: Missed Qf7+, but it was still better than I do most Saturdays.
 
   Jun-10-10 B Esen vs Vitiugov, 2010 (replies)
 
bjessee: I actually worked out a Thursday puzzle correctly. Hopefully, my good fortune will last the rest of the day.
 
   May-15-10 Koblents vs Lilienthal, 1945 (replies)
 
bjessee: What an attack. It seemed like the pressure never let up. There were so many different kinds of mating threats. <think>, after 16...♗xf2 17. ♘d5 ♗xg1 18. ♕xg1, black cannot respond with g5 immediately as the mate threat on h2 is defended. It still seems
 
   Jul-22-09 A Bollengier vs F Babar, 1993 (replies)
 
bjessee: <the whole point of 12...Bh3 is that mate threat, so attacking queen doesnt achieve anything.> except that Bh5 pins the queen to the black king.
 
   Jun-19-08 T Halay vs D Laylo, 2004 (replies)
 
bjessee: "Laylo, Darwin won't you ease my worried mind" Much like everything else, this game would have been better with a Duane Allman solo.
 
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