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jmw128
Member since Dec-17-05 · Last seen Sep-25-07
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   jmw128 has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-17-07 The World vs G Timmerman, 2007 (replies)
 
jmw128: 1. d4
 
   Jul-15-07 Unzicker vs Botvinnik, 1961 (replies)
 
jmw128: Clearly, e6! wins. However, Re6!! leads to forced mate in all lines and is worthy of study.
 
   Apr-17-07 J Cukierman vs NN, 1934 (replies)
 
jmw128: A friend of mine plays this 2...Nd7. Our games usually turn into a Pirc or something similar to KID. He plays this set-up because he likes the KIA and tries to play the exact move order he uses as White when playing Black. It's the same mentality as those who play a "system" and just
 
   Apr-16-07 J Kraai vs Nakamura, 2007 (replies)
 
jmw128: Adding to your post <geraldo08187>: After the first part of this game, it seems to me he achieves a bind on the position remeniscent of his last chesslecture, "The Paradigmatic Bind" and simply squeezes his opponent off the board. An interesting article with some ...
 
   Apr-16-07 Foxwoods Open (2007) (replies)
 
jmw128: IM Jesse Kraai earned his 3rd GM norm at this tournament. Here's a link http://www.santafenewmexican.com/ne...
 
   Apr-09-07 Jesse Kraai (replies)
 
jmw128: He earned another GM norm at the Foxwoods open. Congratulations once again.
 
   Mar-23-07 16th Amber Tournament (Rapid) (2007) (replies)
 
jmw128: You beat me to it <rank>. I think Black is roasted with 47. Rh2
 
   Mar-23-07 Svidler vs Ivanchuk, 2007
 
jmw128: 47. Rh2 was the move I expected during the live coverage. 47. e6 lets Black off the hook.
 
   Mar-23-07 Leko vs Van Wely, 2007 (replies)
 
jmw128: If 20. Rh4 immediately, Black can play Ba6 and is ok. Perhaps shedding a pawn with 19...e5 would give Black some hope of survival.
 
   Feb-12-07 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
jmw128: As Black, I play 1..Nf6 and 2..e6 with the intention of playing the Nimzo or Bogo Indian. Without completely changing my opening repertoire, what is a reasonable way to proceed when my opponent plays the London System(1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 or Bf4)? Any advice, suggestions, strategies, ...
 
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