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Dustin J.
Member since Jun-02-03 · Last seen Sep-06-05
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   Dustin J. has kibitzed 60 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-18-05 MTel Masters (2005) (replies)
Dustin J.: <Robin001> Yeah, Robin it was really a silly thought from me as a d4 fanatic. I think it has more to do with exhaustion. The brain is the best but most energy hungry organ and it must be chewing through these players. It's all about the stamina beforehand, this year I played
   Apr-26-05 Illescas Cordoba vs Radjabov, 2005 (replies)
Dustin J.: <Everett> Hi, I'm a modern benoni player, and I'll drop in my two cents. The Benoni's main difference is in the majorty of modern benoni games, e6 is played before d6. However, this is mainly preference to play d6 before c5 or e5 and can easily transpose to either opening, ...
   Apr-05-05 King's Indian, Makagonov System (5.h3) (E71) (replies)
Dustin J.: I have come to love this opening line for white, I don't play the KID as black. It's strong and can double as the white moves for the modern benoni, though the play is of a different theme and pace. Eventually, I get my 12. a3 break in, and the position is so easy to handle. A ...
   Mar-30-05 Dennis Monokroussos (replies)
Dustin J.: <Morphy Fan> I agree! The reason I downed a shaker of salt everytime my dreams at the thought of a real game was the backstory. Why would Fischer be in a van, in '87 with Filipino GMs before he fled the US, it doesn't seem logical? Yeah, I was hoping, I even downloaded ...
   Mar-11-05 Queen's Gambit Declined (D55) (replies)
Dustin J.: Well, I too am also a d4 player on the advice of my trainer. I have to say I like the advantages compared to e4 and the type of game I get out of it. My repertoire is oddly intermingled in the nature of my play. Aganist the KID/Benoni: h3 system for streamlining though I am ...
   Mar-06-05 Linares (2005) (replies)
Dustin J.: Topalov-Kasim 1-0, go Topa! Anand-Vallejo 1-0, He'll go for the win Adams-Kasparov, 1/2 I'd love to see a completely decisive round. Kasim and Pons are facing the top notch opponents seeking a win; while they are also decling in play after being shattered. And Gazza needs a ...
   Feb-28-05 Vladimir Akopian (replies)
Dustin J.: <yoozum> The USCF site might have something, they ran an article on Akopian when he acheived all of his GM norms, a few months ago. I also find Akopian to be quite an interesting chess player.
   Dec-10-04 Vidmar vs Euwe, 1929 (replies)
Dustin J.: I too also got it; It has been easier solving these puzzles lately. I think I'll stick around during Christmas, I have so much free time.
   Jul-01-04 Radjabov vs Adams, 2004 (replies)
Dustin J.: The situation is bad but not dire. White's rook is tied on defending while his center pieces are countering black and his pawns are not linked. If Black can hold onto that knight he'll start jumping around at white's pawns.
   Jul-01-04 Kasparov vs Nunn, 1982 (replies)
Dustin J.: I thought this was theFlick-Knife Attack; that is how it is referred to in my book anyways. Is there a difference?
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