|Nov-14-12|| ||Nightsurfer: It is hard to believe this game here - <Aron Nimzowitsch>, that Master of tricky Dug-in Openings, yet giving romantic Queen odds like Paul Morphy, please compare Morphy vs Maurian, 1854 - but yet it is true!|
And there is one more side-step of biograpies - since <Aron Nimzowitsch> has had something in common even with Siegbert Tarrasch whom he has hated so dearly, since the two of them have once given Queen odds, please compare Tarrasch vs C Schroeder, 1890 and this game here <Aron Nimzowitsch vs Leelaus (1910)>!
|Nov-14-12|| ||Nightsurfer: There are two more Queen odds-games in the data bank - Cochrane vs NN, 1832 and W Potter vs NN, 1870 - that might as well have fueled Master Nimzowitsch's ambition to prove himself to be the winner even in the crazy constellation of a Queen odds-game.|
|Mar-23-13|| ||paulalbert: I note in this game that although Nimzo starts without his Q, Leelaus starts without his N on kingside, lessening the odds somewhat,not that it mattered very much. I had never seen this approach to odds giving games, rather than just giving queen R odds for example.|
|Jun-13-13|| ||siegbert: this game was in the back of r keenes book on nimzo. when the book was republished i think this and some bits and bobs were left out. its a great game!!!|
|Jun-15-13|| ||siegbert: i was so impressed with this game on first seeing it that i used to play my first chess computer at it. (mephisto challenger). if i find the games ill post them here.|
|Jun-26-13|| ||Nightsurfer: <siegbert> Yes, please, post those games, will be interesting!|
|Jun-28-13|| ||siegbert: It's queen minus knight odds. Nimzo odds!!|
|Sep-24-13|| ||Nightsurfer: <siegbert> Those very <"Nimzo odds"> are a rather fair deal - if we compare this game here <Aron Nimzowitsch vs Leelaus (1910)> with a pure Queens Odds game that has been won by Dr. Julius Perlis , please compare the corresponding posting that has been posted on <September 24th, 2013> with regard to the personal page of Dr. Julius Perlis !|
|Sep-25-13|| ||Nightsurfer: <JoergWalter> I think that the Queen Odds Game-sphere and the R-Gralla-grass roots-level are different worlds ... in the latter nobody would dare to try out such a thing like a Queen Odds Game ...|
|Mar-15-14|| ||siegbert: I prefer this game to his famous victory (blockade over full board game ).|
|May-01-14|| ||siegbert: its not queen odds. its queen minus knight odds.|
|Jan-09-16|| ||TheFocus: An odds game, White played without his Queen and Black without his King's Knight, in Riga, Latvia in winter, 1910.|
Nimzowitsch annotated this game in <Kagan's Neueste Schachnachrichten 1925>, pg. 154-155.
|May-19-16|| ||stanch3vv: Nightsurfer if Nizmo start without the quen side knight, the final position dont looks wining for white becouse black can play Bb7|