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jerseybob
Member since Jul-22-08 · Last seen May-31-21
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   jerseybob has kibitzed 1840 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-24-21 Wojtaszek vs Caruana, 2015
 
jerseybob: The move I don't like is 12..d5!? and I suggest two alternatives: 12..Ne6(Stockfish's move) or 12..h6!?
 
   Apr-24-21 Wojtaszek vs Caruana, 2021
 
jerseybob: <Clement Fraud: I was surprised to see 7... Bg4 work out so well, but can't help wondering if Wojtaszek had played the Petrosian Variation (7.d5 - favored by Kramnik), that he could have prevented Caruana's ideas being put into practice: 7.d5 closes the center, and then 7... ...
 
   Apr-23-21 J Yuchtman vs Y N Sakharov, 1956
 
jerseybob: <yukhtman: This game is obviously a fake....> Let's explore other alternatives shall we? I can't find this game in any database, but Stockfish recommends 13..Qb4 instead of 13..Qb5?? Aside from that it looks like a Yuchtman game.
 
   Apr-17-21 Pachman vs F Bohatirchuk, 1944
 
jerseybob: This was from the 8-game simul that Andre Schulz mentions in Chess News. A slam bang affair.
 
   Apr-17-21 Keres vs Botvinnik, 1947
 
jerseybob: <fabelhaft> Spassky has quite often been critical of the Soviet system> Great quotes! Even though I rooted for Bobby in '72, my heart went out to Boris.
 
   Apr-17-21 Benko vs C H Alexander, 1957
 
jerseybob: Nice game by Benko. White's system, a sort of Philidor reversed, looks like a good way of avoiding the Petroff torture.
 
   Apr-17-21 W Fairhurst vs C H Alexander, 1928
 
jerseybob: The more I look at white's game after 12..dxc5 the less I like it. It seems to me the strange decision was white's 11.Na4!? The comment about "too many games" may indeed be true though, something that happened to me in my own postal career.
 
   Mar-02-21 Denker vs Reshevsky, 1946
 
jerseybob: It is a great photo and can also be found in Chess Review. But get the table, with the 6-foot-3 Denker forced to hunch over! Can you imagine Bobby Fischer standing for that?
 
   Mar-02-21 Reshevsky vs Denker, 1934
 
jerseybob: In many Q-pawn setups and the Panov-Botvinnik, a properly timed d5 can be dangerous, which seems to be what Reshevsky hoped for with 11.d5!?, but if there's a magic followup for white I don't see it. The line opening works in black's favor and Denker soon has the edge.
 
   Feb-27-21 Denker vs Reshevsky, 1959 (replies)
 
jerseybob: Looks like black was a little bit "worser". Wouldn't 46..Ke6 hold?
 
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