3 HOUR LESSON WITH GM Jesse Kraai? GET YOUR GAME ANALYZED!

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POST YOUR GAME BELOW FOR A CHANCE TO GET IT ANALYZED BY GM Jesse Kraai Tuesday, June 26 live on www.chess.com/tv 

At 3:00 pm Pacific time! 

3 HOURS LONG! 

 

Post your game in the comments below for a chance to get your game reviewed by the BEST of the BEST! 

SmithyQ

Hello GM Jesse, thanks as always for looking at our games.  Here are my thoughts on another game I couldn't quite finish off.

 

JesseKraai

Great annotations from SmithyQ, as always. For others submitting a game: it really helps and makes the analysis more interesting if you can give me some insight into how you saw the position during the game and how you think about it now. SmithyQ is a good example to follow.

Also, please tell us what the time control was.

Preggo_Basashi

Honestly I feel like I don't have a game interesting enough to be looked at by a GM, much less 3 hours!

Should it be a certain length, should we avoid posting games where we win... maybe some people feel like me and it's sort of intimidating.

Spelenderwijs
Preggo_Basashi schreef:

Honestly I feel like I don't have a game interesting enough to be looked at by a GM, much less 3 hours!

Should it be a certain length, should we avoid posting games where we win... maybe some people feel like me and it's sort of intimidating.

I could be wrong, but I don't think he's gonna be analyzing one game for 3 hours.

SmithyQ

GM Jesse used to analyze one select game each month, but recently he changed the format, so he analyzes as many games as he can in the 3-hours.  He goes quite deep, and I find his analysis honest and practical.  Having a strong player review one of your games is incredible, and I highly recommend submitting a game you played, especially one that you don't fully understand.

Paul_in_NJ

I don't know whether I was too aggressive, too stupid, or both. I know I played poorly, and would like to know what I should have done differently. This was a three-day Daily Chess game, so I can't blame time trouble for my mistakes.

 

JesseKraai

Don't be intimidated Preggo, we've seen games from every level at the final Tuesday of the month analysis sessions!

Zorro2002

I really don't know much about annotations,or positional theory so there will be few if any annotations,sorry about that.This was a blitz game.

liszt85

Hi Jesse, here is a USCF rated game I played at the NIH chess club a few months back. This is my highest rated scalp so far. He was 1978 and I was 1606 when we played this game. Time control: 90/40 and 60 SD with 5s delay. I (Vishnu Sreekumar) have the black pieces.

 

 

liszt85

This is a more recent game that I played at the same NIH chess club against an 1830 player. He was teaching himself the Benko gambit and this was his first game trying it out. If you think this is a more instructive game than the one above, please feel free to use this one instead. Same time controls: 90/40 and 60 SD with 5s delay.

 

liszt85

Matthew - great annotations! 

WC-Fields2
Hi Jesse, this is Matthew. You analyzed my game in the first month of the analysis sessions here. I am back now with a game I played with the Black pieces in an U2000 game at the Marshall Chess Club. The time control is 90 + 30, with no second time control. 
 
I had a problem posting this game at first. I had to re-do the annotations and post it again. I spent some time making them as clear as possible. Really looking forward to tomorrow's stream!
 
Thanks a lot, All the best...
 

 

JesseKraai

technical grief  :-(

liszt85

Thanks for the update, I was just beginning to wonder if I had the time totally wrong. 

WC-Fields2
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JesseKraai

Hi Everyone! Our show got cancelled because of the blitz tournament. But we are now rescheduled for next Tuesday. Here is the link to the new thread; https://www.chess.com/forum/view/general/three-hour-lesson-with-gm-jesse-kraii-post-your-game

If you posted your game here you don't need to post again, I'll remember! Hopefully we'll also get our normal time slot at the end of the month.