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NM JRousselle
Member since Jun-07-09 · Last seen Jan-26-22
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   NM JRousselle has kibitzed 685 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-13-22 Marshall vs C Jaffe, 1909
NM JRousselle: 40... c4 giving up control over d4 was the beginning of the end for Jaffe
   Jan-09-22 Pilnik vs Petrosian, 1952 (replies)
NM JRousselle: Petrosian must have been EXTREMELY short on time to miss the crushing 40...d3. What move 40 the time control?
   Dec-25-21 C Boor vs K C Meekins, 2009 (replies)
NM JRousselle: White had a crushing advantage & missed 41. Rg4. In general, the guy with the safer king should not trade queens.
   Dec-25-21 Giri vs Carlsen, 2021 (replies)
NM JRousselle: I was also wondering about 10 Qd3 by White. The idea is to develop the queen and deny the Black knight access to d6. The White knight can still reach d6 via c4.
   Dec-17-21 Reti vs Bogoljubov, 1924 (replies)
NM JRousselle: Marshall was robbed of the 1st brilliancy prize. His game against Bogo meets just about every standard definition of brilliancy prize. I can't imagine what the judges were thinking... (if they were thinking)
   Dec-14-21 J Schulten vs Morphy, 1857 (replies)
NM JRousselle: The great Paul Morphy began to go astray at move 12. Qf6 is much better than Qa5. Qf6 does the following: guards f7, controls f5, attacks f4 and c3. How could Moprhy not "see" it?
   Dec-06-21 T Giorgadze vs Petrosian, 1945
NM JRousselle: Yikes! 23... Qb2, unprotecting the c7 rook? Black was already a piece ahead and did not need extra material--he needed to consolidate his king's position.
   Nov-22-21 Teichmann vs Alapin, 1908 (replies)
NM JRousselle: 27. Bb4 is the engine recommendation. It maintains White's edge--keep the bishop!
   Nov-04-21 Tartakower vs Lokvenc, 1948 (replies)
NM JRousselle: 31 Bf7 is the best move.
   Oct-21-21 S Citak vs T Abergel, 2005
NM JRousselle: This was an interesting game. If White had played 30 Qe4, he would have stopped Qb3 due to the threat of e6.
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