|May-11-05|| ||soberknight: Did he play in Noa's ark?|
|May-11-05|| ||WannaBe: he might have popularized the Noah's Ark move in Ruy Lopez... 8-))|
|Jul-03-05|| ||Honza Cervenka: Josef Noa (1856-1903) was a Hungarian master.|
|May-04-06|| ||DeepBlade: All his creations?
E34= Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Noa variation
E35= Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Noa variation, 5. cxd5 exd5
E36= Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Noa variation, 5. a3
E37= Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Noa variation, Main line, 7.Qc2
|Aug-20-06|| ||mandy64: He died in 1903, and years covered 1880 to 1937 ???|
|Nov-19-07|| ||whiteshark: Dr. Joseph Noa
born in Groß-Becskerek
died in Budapest
|Jan-29-08|| ||whiteshark: Chairman Noa is watching you!|
|Oct-21-09|| ||AnalyzeThis: This guy was playing the Nimzo-Indian while Nimzovich was still in diapers.|
|Oct-21-09|| ||xenophon: < AnalyzeThis: This guy was playing the Nimzo-Indian while Nimzovich was still in diapers. >
which games-i can only find one in the data base and that was by transposition|
|Oct-21-09|| ||WhiteRook48: which one was that?|
|Oct-21-09|| ||whiteshark: Player of the Day
|Jun-24-10|| ||YoungEd: As a judge, he once ruled against a minor child seeking emancipation because neither the mother nor father exhibited physical cruelty. That is now known in legal circles as the Noa Parent Reason.|
|Oct-21-12|| ||brankat: Despite the Noa Parent Reason, the judge did play some real good games.|
|Oct-21-12|| ||waustad: Just because we only see Englisch vs J Noa, 1887 doesn't mean that he didn't do a lot of work on the Nimzo. For example, we don't have a singel example of Maroczy playing the e4 c4 complex against the Sicilian here.|
|Feb-21-13|| ||Wyatt Gwyon: Quite a list of scalps for an amateur.|
|Jul-29-13|| ||thomastonk: Josef or Joseph?
Gaige has Josef. WSZ has Josef (1903, p 153). English Wikipedia has both.
|Oct-21-13|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: Dr. Noa seems quite advanced an opening innovator for his time. In addition to the Nimzo-Indian, he also played early examples of the Queen's Indian and Bogo-Indian.|
|Oct-21-13|| ||offramp: < thomastonk: Josef or Joseph?>|
The former. There's no a in Joseph.
|Oct-21-13|| ||Annie K.: It should really be József, actually. That's the Hungarian version of the name. Also see pronunciation audio. :)|
|Oct-21-13|| ||Castleinthesky: He was Noa joke as a chess player!|
|Oct-21-13|| ||Penguincw: R.I.P. <POTD>: Josef Noa.|
|Oct-21-13|| ||Kikoman: <Player of the Day>|
Rest In Peace Sir Josef Noa.
|Oct-22-13|| ||TheFocus: After playing over some games of this player, it came as now surprisa to me that he should be POTD.|