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Member since Jul-18-04 · Last seen Jan-23-22
Swedish class II player.

   jenspetersson has kibitzed 150 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-11-21 Lautier vs Ivanchuk, 1991
jenspetersson: Game discussed also in Rowson's "Understanding the Gr?nfeld", p 153-154.
   Sep-16-20 Tigran V Petrosian (replies)
jenspetersson: In the new Petrosian DVD within ChessBase's Master Class series (which I enjoy a lot) Yannick Pelletier asks some open questions on why Petrosian switched openings as black against e4 the way he did in his matches against Spassky. Does anyone know if Petrosian commented on ...
   Apr-07-20 Martyn J Corden (replies)
jenspetersson: How unbelievably kind of all of you. Many, many thanks @Stonehenge
   Apr-05-20 Rubinstein vs Levenfish, 1911 (replies)
jenspetersson: @retireborn Thanks for the help and I agree with your view.
   May-18-19 Spielmann vs Reti, 1912 (replies)
jenspetersson: @SteinitzLives: Indeed there seems to be flaws in the analysis when checked against Fritz, but in your first line (19.-cxd5) Spielmann doesn't actually say that white IS winning. He says that both he and RĂ©ti "made the judgement" that white is winning. So, the text can be ...
   May-01-19 Kosteniuk vs B Khotenashvili, 2019 (replies)
jenspetersson: In "New in Chess" no 3, 2019 Kosteniuk annotates the game and write: "31.-Qe2? Trying to avoid the repetition of moves, but in the given instance such a fighting attitude is beneficial rather to White."
   Mar-30-19 Nimzowitsch vs K Behting, 1919 (replies)
jenspetersson: Could anyone explain to me why the openings encyclopedia ECO doesn't refer to this game after 9.c4 ( ⩲)? Instead it refers to less known US players from a game in the 1980's.
   Feb-03-19 Larsen vs Browne, 1970
jenspetersson: Thank you, <Phony Benoni>, for sorting out this mess. Until now I've simply thought they must have had extremely crazy time troubles...
   Aug-02-18 Capablanca vs Janowski, 1916 (replies)
jenspetersson: Does anyone know when it was first discovered that Janowski could have held a draw? Is it Averbach (born 1922) who first reported this in his fabulous books? Or did Janowski (+ 1927) learn about it before his death from someone else than Averbach?
   Jul-09-18 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
jenspetersson: <wolfmaster> and <just a kid>: My guess is that Black realizes that the rook (and game...) is lost anyhow and thinks "Why not test if White misses the simple mate?!" or even better: "Why not let White finish me of with a fast mate, since the game is lost anyway?".
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