FREE Member Game Analysis from GM Jesse Kraai, Broadcast LIVE on Twitch

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POST YOUR GAME BELOW FOR A CHANCE TO GET IT ANALYZED BY GM Jesse Kraai on
Tuesday, October 30th LIVE on www.chess.com/tv and www.twitch.tv/chess

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!

From GM Kraai:
"Hi Everyone, it helps both you and me if you write down some of your thoughts on what's going on in the game you submitted. Also please say when and where the game was played, time control. - Looking forward to the show!"

natesroberts92

 

thegoldenknight2003

I'm rated about 900 and somehow beat 1500 rated computer

Taskinen
Hey Jesse!

First of all I want to say that I'm absolutely gobsmacked with your analysis of my previous game. You pointed out a lot of things that I missed even after analyzing my game with an engine. The best part is that you are able to explain the ideas within the position, which makes it much easier to understand and remember, than simply knowing which moves were good and which were bad. After all, memorizing moves in positions is extremely difficult, but remembering the ideas is much easier and more universal way to improve your gameplay.

This time I'm going to share another Scandinavian game I played recently. There are two main reasons for this: First of all I think I learned a lot from your previous analysis of my Scandinavian game, and I feel like it's one of the few openings where I actually understand many of the general concepts (and can actually start including some more subtle ideas in my play). Secondly, this was a game played at a time when I was having a really bad run with chess. I had multiple games in a row, where I just missed obvious moves and made embarrassing blunders. My mind was not in chess when playing, and I had a really hard time trying to get my stuff together on the board. So I decided to go back to my favourite defense, with the idea of playing really solid (and perhaps overly safe), just trying to avoid blunders and play a complete game without disastrous mistakes in the mix. I feel like I managed to do just that, and this was my best game in a whole month of playing. However, until the end it was a really tight game, and I'm interested in hearing your opinions where I could've done something better. It's also a fairly short one, so it shouldn't take a huge slot in your amazing show. It has become my favourite chess.com twitch stream and that says a lot! Really waiting forward to the next episode.

With huge thanks and best regards,
Taneli Taskinen

 

iamamitb
 

 

WC-Fields2
This is a game I played with the Black pieces against my opponent FM Nathan Resika. The time control is 90 + 30. This was played at the Marshall Chess Club over this past Summer.
 
This game is my very first win over a master in an over the board game ! and after this tournament and a few other good results, brought my rating from 1840 to 2046, over 2000 for the first time.
 
Looking forward to the next analysis session. Sorry to have missed the entry for the last one...great games ! Thanks Jesse !!
 

 

liszt85

Hi Jesse,

   Here is an attempt at playing a positional game from me. My opponent is the highest rated player at the club, around USCF 2100. I'm 1717 at the time of playing this game. Time controls: 90/40 SD30 d10.

 

 

Thanks!

Vishnu

CheckmatePhantasms
30|0 rapid tournament on chess.com. 

 

Travkusken

 

DovidNosson

Ignore my last move--overly eager missed an easy mate in 1

https://www.chess.com/live/game/3129573033

 

savornish

anybody would like to join the game as chat

EBusch
He looks familiar, Did he ever come to Michigan? Or maybe off chance i saw him in the Park when i was in New York city visiting, ugh only other places i been near chess players is my trip to Washington DC but that was two decades ago
ChessWithChris

https://www.chess.com/analysis-board-editor?diagram_id=4601448

Interesting game I had where I was asked to play an opening I had never tried before, similar though, to my usual repertoire.  It was a 10+5 game played online.

ISWAR_PRASAD_DEURI
time control 30|0
opening - hippo defence
 
 

 

Aeraaa

 

Petrametra

Excellent I like your analysis.