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jumperino
Member since Jan-26-04 · Last seen Jun-03-14
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   jumperino has kibitzed 56 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-13-11 Fischer vs J Terrone, 1964 (replies)
 
jumperino: What?? You mean the queen can move diagonally!? Thanks Sastre - knew there was something I just wasn't seeing.
 
   Sep-03-10 Morphy vs A Morphy, 1849 (replies)
 
jumperino: <I don't know of any scientific evidence which suggests that the current generation are brighter than, say, our ancestors of one or two hundred years ago. Better educated, better fed, healtheir, sure, but significantly brighter? I don't think so.> Interesting "scientific" ...
 
   Aug-18-09 M Sergeyeva vs A Gokhale, 2001
 
jumperino: The thing that gets me about these types of games is the quiet move leading up to getting the pawns going. In this case, Rg1 - setting up the rook support just right before making the rook sac and freeing up the pawns. It's these types of moves that I typically don't see...
 
   Jul-22-09 Karpov vs Ribli, 1986 (replies)
 
jumperino: Curious if anyone has a good line of attack for white if black chose Nxg5 instead of 52 ...Rxb5?
 
   Jun-08-09 A Rombaldoni vs H Danielsen, 2009 (replies)
 
jumperino: My guess would be Nxg4, hxg4, Nxg4 winning winning a rook and 2 pawns for the 2 knights and white's position looks like it's collapsing.
 
   Sep-18-08 A Nickel vs The World, 2008 (replies)
 
jumperino: Qb6 for me too. I like the idea of deviating from the mainline early, and giving GMAN something to think about.
 
   Jun-02-08 A E Moussa vs A J Fulton, 2004 (replies)
 
jumperino: I don't know...with Qh6 White keeps the pressure on, but I still think black has some defenses left. Maybe something along the lines of 25. Qh6, Kf7 (odd to step into the pin, but the knight has to move or it's lost), 26. Nc7, Qg7 (hopes to trade queens to ease the pressure now). ...
 
   May-23-08 C Depasquale vs S J Solomon, 1998 (replies)
 
jumperino: What about 26 ...Qf6 instead of Qxc5?
 
   May-12-08 K Agapov vs M I Nepomnishay, 1983
 
jumperino: 26 Qg6 Pxg6 27 Rdxf8 Kg7 28 R1f7#
 
   Mar-31-08 Battle of the Brains II, 2008 (replies)
 
jumperino: team white I'm up for King's gambit too, although if black would cooperate, I'd love to try for Evan's gambit.
 
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