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Dara Murphy vs Karlheinz Eisenbeiser
E.U. Championship and Cork Chess Congress (2005), Cork IRL, rd 8
Pirc Defense: Austrian Attack. Weiss Variation (B09)  ·  0-1


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  whiteshark: I'm Dr. Eisenbeiser, and I cure the people like I think. :D
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  Calli: ? Das geht über meinen Verstand.
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  whiteshark: <Calli> Actually I've been looking for Eisenbarth, who was a medical charlatan/surgeon and lived 300 years ago, and Eisenbeiser was the nearest name I could find here.

Historical Eisenbarth: The song:

After all not even a clou, no?

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  Calli: Ich hat nicht die leiseste Ahnung. :=]

I was trying to make something of Eisen ( iron ) and "Beiser", but don't know what that means.

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  whiteshark: <Calli> Actually I've no idea. My guesswork what "Beiser" means: Most people with that name live in southwest Germany and a <Beißer> is an ancient regional name of a special form of a <pinch bar>. It could also mean <to itch> or <to bite>.
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  Calli: Beiser, Beisner (Ger) one who hunts with trained falcons, a falconer. -New Dictionary of American Family Names by Elsdon Smith

Eisenbeiser, therefore, is someone who hunts iron with trained falcons. :-)

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