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Member since Nov-13-04 · Last seen Mar-25-16
John plays email chess regularly as MrJohn on :-)
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   jmuller has kibitzed 36 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-08-12 Nisipeanu vs Ivanchuk, 1999 (replies)
jmuller: Hey Al :-) 13...Bd6 14. c4 Qh5 15. c5 Qxh2+! 16. Kf1 Bf4! :-)
   Jul-24-08 Kharlov vs Ivanchuk, 2005 (replies)
jmuller: <Jul-24-08 Premium Chessgames Member dzechiel: White to move (56?). White is up a pawn. "Medium."> BTW, I'd like to chip in my work of thanks for your daily analysis, dzechiel. It's a big help! :-)
   Jul-12-08 Gelfand vs Lerner, 1987 (replies)
jmuller: <Jul-12-08 mpl: The point of 44.Rg4...> Thanks, mpl. I understand the position, now. :-) I've enjoyed endgame week this week. :-)
   Jul-10-08 Blackburne vs J Schwarz, 1881 (replies)
jmuller: > Apr-16-08 fenno: I believe Blackburne was waiting the opponent's error that actually happened, when he moved 23. In *The Art of the Checkmate*, Renaud and Kahn comment as follows on Blackburne's 23rd move: "Preventing 23...Bf4 and also preparing 24.Bf6.[algebraic notation ...
   Jun-27-08 Blackburne vs NN, 1863 (replies)
jmuller: >> Kenkaku: Wow, talk about an attack, and played blindfold too. In a *simultaneous* blindfold exhibition, according to Renaud and Kahn in *The Art of the Checkmate*. It's more than I can imagine!
   Jun-27-08 Albin vs O Bernstein, 1904 (replies)
jmuller: >> ajk68: 13. Qa4 >> Is this where white goes wrong? Yes. In *The Art of the Checkmate*, Renaud and Kahn write of 13.Qa4, "The player with an inferior development should never attack. Bernstein is about to remind his worthy opponent of this principle."
   Jun-27-08 O Bernstein vs Metger, 1907 (replies)
jmuller: [DIAGRAM] 20. White to play and win. :-)
   Apr-21-08 R Pert vs C G Ward, 2005 (replies)
jmuller: Whether one continues to play after the blunder depends, I think, on the context. I play email chess with a few opponents whom I get to know pretty well. I'd definitely play this one a little further, apologizing to my opponent for my blunder but explaining that I was going to try ...
   Mar-13-08 E Schiller vs V Nambiar, 2001 (replies)
jmuller: Why didn't Nambiar take the pawn with 12...dxe5? Was 12...Bb5 a blunder?
   Jul-25-07 V Vukovic vs A Vajda, 1925 (replies)
jmuller: Yes, in his wonderful *The Art of Attack In Chess*, Vukovic analyzes the sequence, beginning with the (to my mind) equally great 14.h4. (First algebraic edition, 1998, pp. 166-167)
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