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Member since Feb-17-07
Getting back into chess now in my 30's, and loving it. Still a C-class-ish player, but quickly building tactical momentum. Doing well at tournaments and building up a repertoire. Happy to chat with anyone about learning chess.
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   jheiner has kibitzed 184 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-18-15 Ganguly vs H Hernandez Carmenates, 2008
jheiner: <JeffH1165> I thought Rh7+ would suffice, forcing the capture with Nxh7 and invasion by the Q and B. However upon analysis found that Black can simply repeat the position with Kg8. OTB it would be pretty simple to adjust and find Bxg6 I would think.
   Jan-02-15 Shabalov vs I Krush, 2004 (replies)
jheiner: I missed the obvious line. Instead followed the immediate check with the R and forcing a fun mating net with a pleasing final move. 38.Rg5+ Ke4 39.Qb7+ Ke3 40.Qb6+ Kd3 41.Qxd6+ Ke3 42.Rxe5+ Be4 43.Qd4+ Kf3 44.Qf2+ Kg4 45.Rg5+ Kh3 46 Nf4# There are a few variants, but mostly forced. ...
   Nov-17-13 Adams vs N Zhukova, 2012 (replies)
jheiner: @offramp - Mark Hamill was in a car accident towards the end of the first film ( ) and that affected his appearance. I've heard that the whole sequence at the beginning of the second (part 5) movie was to give backstory for his facial scars. ...
   Jul-26-13 Gheorghiu vs S Momo, 1962
jheiner: As mentioned, I got the main line up to move 23. but I chose 23.Rc1. Here's the position, please kibitz: [DIAGRAM]
   Jun-25-13 E Hugolf vs C Purdy, 1956 (replies)
jheiner: Cool backstory. Who would you play if you could?
   Jun-25-13 B Wall vs J Robin, 1983 (replies)
jheiner: Thanks Bartimaeus for the clean lines. The shift to attack the weak g7 square is brutal and simple. I saw the main idea quickly today Qxd5+ and that Bd6 was the staunchest defense, and poked at it for awhile seeing lots of options for White before checking this one. Was surprised ...
   Feb-01-13 K McDonald vs V Yanovsky, 2011 (replies)
jheiner: None of this was decisive, but the line I looked at was: 15.Nfxe6 dxe6 16.Nxe6 and there are a lot of choices for the Q. if 16...Qd5 as in the game, I liked 17.Bc4 pressuring f8. (if 17...Qxe6 18.Re1) although 18.Re1 is coming regardless.
   Jan-22-13 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1854 (replies)
jheiner: I picked the Bxf7 line almost instantly, but reading the kibitzing find the Qxf8 line with the GOOT most amusing. But what a great instructive game. I'm sure Black had better defenses, but looking at this around move 17 onward is a pamphlet on how to destroy a castled K while your ...
   Jan-07-13 C Cacco vs Khenkin, 1998 (replies)
jheiner: Like some others, I saw 24.Rc8+ was winning immediately. But... “When you see a good move, look for a better one” ― Emanuel Lasker And found 24.Rxc6+ shortly thereafter. Good Monday.
   Nov-27-12 P Soderberg vs Taimanov, 1998 (replies)
jheiner: And as a follow up, it's probably important when checking one's own King safety OTB to follow the same procedure.
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