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   jerseybob has kibitzed 1756 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-09-20 A V Kharitonov vs Mamedyarov, 2003 (replies)
jerseybob: Daniel King now has a nice video on this game.
   Jun-09-20 N Kasimov vs Dzindzichashvili, 1978 (replies)
jerseybob: <hemy: <jerseybob> I guess Roman was surprised by my middle game and endgame skills. I learned this from my mentors Vladas Mikenas and Isakas Vistaneckis> You knew Mikenas? At a certain point in the 1930's he almost seemed world-class (the game vs. Alekhine) and could ...
   Jun-06-20 G Puiggros vs Najdorf, 1944
jerseybob: <Gregor Samsa Mendel: ... Najdorf's play in this game seems very weak. Either he was having an extremely bad day, or the colors in this game are reversed.> Agree on the weak play, in the opening at least, disagree on mixed colors. Najdorf did play the Philidor; see ...
   Jun-06-20 Guillermo Puiggros
jerseybob: <jsastre48: Puiggros was a cigar puffing Argentinian tactical player who played in Uruguay in the early 1960's and even became the Uruguay chess champion. Always impecably dressed and "peinado a la gomina"!> His picture taken during that tourney is on page 6 of Chess Review ...
   Jun-04-20 Marc Yoffie
jerseybob: He beat Benko pretty impressively in a mid-60s weekend swiss, a game that's somewhere in Chess Review.
   Jun-04-20 Oliver Penrose (replies)
jerseybob: <Sally Simpson: Oliver played John Littlewood at the Edinburgh Congress in 2002. The only time they had played each other before was at the Cambridge Open in 1952! A gap of 50 years. (Oliver won both games.)> Why aren't these games posted here?
   Jun-03-20 B Kostic vs Euwe, 1921
jerseybob: Well, let's get a thread going here! Isn't 19..Nb4 better than Euwe's 19..cxd5?
   May-24-20 Gipslis vs V Inkiov, 1985
jerseybob: I remember seeing this line in a BCM footnote as a no-no for black, and this game shows why!
   May-24-20 D King vs Tal, 1985
jerseybob: <GrahamClayton: 40.♘a4 ♘d4 41.a6 ♘c6 42.♖c8 ♔d7 43.♖b8 ♔e8 (43...♘b8?? 44.a7} and the pawn queens) 44.♖b7 ♗e7 45.a7 looks very strong for White here> Strong indeed. This game can break your heart!
   May-24-20 D King vs V Tukmakov, 1985
jerseybob: Tightly fought game until white's 27.b4? collapsed his q-side. Maybe white had counted on 30.Qxe5??, overlooking Bf6! But earlier, black was sloppy with 13..Bb7!?, allowing 14.dxe6!,fxe 15.Qh3! and the kingside is suddenly drafty. 13..Bd7 looks better.
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