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NM JRousselle
Member since Jun-07-09 · Last seen Jan-27-23
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   NM JRousselle has kibitzed 718 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-18-23 B Maksimovic vs M Jevtic, 2006 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: 31 Nf5 looks fine. 31 f5 also works.
 
   Dec-22-22 R Byrne vs Benko, 1978 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: I'm very surprised White agreed to a draw here. The pawns are asymmetrical. White has the bishop pair and no pawn weaknesses. If this game had been played in one of the later rounds, an early draw might make sense for purposes of standing in the tournament, but that's not the ...
 
   Dec-20-22 S Shipov vs S Ivanov, 1991 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: White may have done better if he had kept his dark squared bishop for defense. 14 Bd2 may be better than Bf6.
 
   Dec-15-22 Vasiukov vs A Grushevsky, 1959 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: I had 33 Ra6 Qc7 34 Ra7 Qb8 35 Re6 There is more than one way to win this one.
 
   Dec-06-22 Nimzowitsch vs Stahlberg, 1934
 
NM JRousselle: Nimzowitsch might have fallen out of his chair if Stahlberg had found 19... Nd4.
 
   Nov-24-22 Polugaevsky vs Gheorghiu, 1976 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: 23 Bg6 can be answered by the surprising Nf6! turning the tables with threats of Nh5 and Qh3 leading to mate.
 
   Sep-22-22 Pillsbury vs Tarrasch, 1898
 
NM JRousselle: Is this score correct? It's difficult to believe Dr Tarrasch would miss 34... Bd1 followed by the capture of the e3 pawn.
 
   Sep-01-22 Suetin vs Polugaevsky, 1965
 
NM JRousselle: I enjoyed replaying this one.
 
   Aug-29-22 A Matanovic vs Rossolimo, 1951 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: This great game needs more comments.
 
   Aug-29-22 D Malla vs W Kobese, 2006 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: The puzzle position reminded me of Euwe - Reshevsky 1938. That game was a Q + R ending where Euwe was chained to the defense of his weak a pawn. In this position, Black has the luxury of being solid pawn ahead. Without White's back rank weakness, any reasonable plan that ...
 
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