|Nov-10-04|| ||cu8sfan: Get well, Karsten! I was looking for your column "Endgame Corner" at chesscafe.com when I read that you had fallen ill and had to be hospitalized. I hope you're doing better and will be back! |
|Jan-19-05|| ||cu8sfan: chesscafe.com reports:
We are delighted to welcome back German GM Karsten Müller to ChessCafe.com! Fighting serious illness, his last column was in September. But now he has returned and we hope you will welcome back him and his very popular Endgame Corner.> http://www.chesscafe.com/mueller/mu...
I'm glad he's doing fine again!
|Apr-16-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Karsten Mueller|
|Apr-16-06|| ||keypusher: Here's to the player of the day, co-author (with Frank Lamprecht) of the fabulous <Fundamental Chess Endings>
|Apr-16-06|| ||cu8sfan: <Zebra> According to the chesscafe, Karsten Mueller is doing fine again.|
<Gute Verbesserung> (-: When someone's ill you say <Gute Besserung>.
<keypusher> My favorite single chess book! And don't forget http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/18....
<Zebra> You have a book, just for yourself! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/19.... (-:
|Apr-16-06|| ||Zebra: <cu8sfan> <<Gute Verbesserung> (-: When someone's ill you say <Gute Besserung>.>|
Thanks for the correction - that is my Sunday morning hangover again. <Gute Verbesserung> is what I wish to myself as a chess player.
|Apr-16-06|| ||Zebra: <cu8sfan>: <<Zebra> You have a book, just for yourself!>|
Right :-). Actually that was why I carried my username over here (it was originally chosen for a football forum).
|Apr-16-06|| ||Rocafella: What was wrong with him?|
|Jan-12-07|| ||danielpi: I'm watching his chessbase lecture on the endgame. This guy is incredible. I'm not quite sure if I'm laughing at him or laughing with him, but he is just hilarious. |
He's describing Philidor's Position, and he says something like, "...and after f6 you play..." and he looks dramatically into the camera and exclaims, "You remember?!" Then he looks distractedly away and mutters, "Of course..."
|Jan-12-07|| ||danielpi: Oh, it's too hilarious. "You can't find sheks from the shelter, er, checks from che, uh, shelter from checks..."|
|Feb-25-08|| ||whiteshark: I wonder why he never made a commercial for <Mueller Milch>?|
|Mar-30-09|| ||notyetagm: GM Mueller seems to be a big fan of an idea in New In Chess SOS 2 against the Caro Kann in the Exchange Variation:|
Repertoire Explorer: Karsten Mueller (white)
1 e2-e4 c7-c6 2 g1-f3 d7-d5 3 e4xd5 c6xd5 4 f3-e5!?
click for larger view
This idea is discussed by GM Ian Rogers in an article entitled <"Refining Fischer's Plan">.
|Oct-30-09|| ||siamesedream: He also wrote: "Bobby Fischer: The Career and Complete Games of the American World Chess Champion".|
|Jun-06-11|| ||Blunderdome: <danielpi>, I enjoyed his chessbase lectures too. I'll say I was laughing with him.|
|Jan-11-12|| ||timhortons: in his book secrets of pawn endings his name is spelled karsten <muller>, not mueller, even at playchess.com where he got monthly endgame show for subscribers<monthly end game magic show>, the site spell it muller, with 2 period over to top of u.|
|Jan-11-12|| ||lost in space: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karste...|
|Jan-11-12|| ||Pyke: <timhortons: in his book secrets of pawn endings his name is spelled karsten <muller>, not mueller, even at playchess.com where he got monthly endgame show for subscribers<monthly end game magic show>, the site spell it muller, with 2 period over to top of u.>|
His name is definitely spelt with the german umlaut <ï¿½>, or as you put it <Tim> an <u> with two <dots>. But it's also (phonetically) correct to spell it as <ue>.
The main problem is, that there are in general problems while displaying an umlaut correctly. I believe it's sometimes the same with some accents and so forth.
Therefore chessgames went for the phonetically correct <ue> instead. This works fine with me, since the name "sounds" right, although admittedly it looks a bit funny.
For convienience' sake, other chess pages may have choosen to use the simple <u> without dots. Which looks better, but is phonetically inferior.
Another example of this would be "infamous": Friedrich Saemisch Here it's actually an <a> with two <dots>.
|Jan-11-12|| ||Pyke: Hehe, here's an example, I've just reposted the above message in order to correct some spelling mistake. |
And look what that did to the umlaut in the first sentence. It's easy to see, that it's a lot easier to just us a <ue> instead.
|Jan-11-12|| ||timhortons: thanks for clarification pyke.
i just ask about it after i checked his name in our databse and i cant find it with muller.
|Jan-11-12|| ||whiteshark: "Dr. Karsten Müller was born November 23, 1970 in Hamburg, West Germany.|
He is a German chess Grandmaster.
He earned the Grandmaster title in 1998 and a PhD in mathematics in 2002 at the University of Hamburg. He placed third in the 1996 German championship and second in the 1997 German championship.
He is an authority on endgames.
He is the author of Fundamental Chess Endings (Gambit Publications, 2001) and Secrets of Pawn Endings (Everyman Chess, 2000), both with Frank Lamprecht. He also wrote How to Play Chess Endgames, with Wolfgang Pajeken (Gambit, 2008) and Magic of Chess Tactics (Russell Enterprises 2003) with FIDE Master Claus Dieter Meyer. His column "Endgame Corner" has appeared at ChessCafe.com since January 2001 and he has been a regular contributor to ChessBase Magazine since 1997."
|Sep-12-12|| ||Conrad93: I just got his biographical chess book on Bobby Fischer.|
An amazing work.
|Sep-12-12|| ||HeMateMe: So much has been written about Fischer--what do you feel he has added, to make one buy the book? Improved analysis of games, relying more on computers? Just curious. I remember seeing that book for sale, didn't get it. |
I do have the large endgame manual he put out, which is very good.
|Sep-13-12|| ||Conrad93: It's a very good biography on Fischer with great notation. It does not just flood you with a wave of variations, but actually explains the game, and gives you the specific details of the match.|
For example it tells you the politics and history of the game being played.
Overall, it's just a nice book, and the fact that it has many of his games is a plus.
|Nov-25-13|| ||whiteshark: Belated happy birthday, Dr. Mueller!
D Abel vs K Mueller, 2013 must have been the icing on the cake.