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Julien Jean Rudolphe Moquette
  
Number of games in database: 15
Years covered: 1899
Overall record: +4 -8 =3 (36.7%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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JULIEN JEAN RUDOLPHE MOQUETTE
(born Dec-19-1873, died Feb-09-1945, 71 years old) Netherlands

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Julien Jean Rudolphe Moquette, born in Sneek, was a physician, and president of the Nederlandse Schaakbond from 1913 until 1919. Also known as M.I.R.I.

Last updated: 2018-05-01 13:24:24

 page 1 of 1; 15 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. J Moquette vs D Bleijkmans ½-½641899DCA Congress 27thA84 Dutch
2. J Dimer vs J Moquette  ½-½861899DCA Congress 27thC14 French, Classical
3. J Moquette vs H E Atkins  0-1261899DCA Congress 27thC53 Giuoco Piano
4. J D Tresling vs J Moquette  1-0381899DCA Congress 27thD60 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense
5. J F Heemskerk vs J Moquette  0-1381899DCA Congress 27thC01 French, Exchange
6. N Mannheimer vs J Moquette  1-0271899DCA Congress 27thD37 Queen's Gambit Declined
7. J Moquette vs J Partaj  1-0401899DCA Congress 27thC62 Ruy Lopez, Old Steinitz Defense
8. J Moquette vs Olland  0-1301899DCA Congress 27thD50 Queen's Gambit Declined
9. J Moquette vs C Trimborn  1-0401899DCA Congress 27thC67 Ruy Lopez
10. W Schwan vs J Moquette  1-0391899DCA Congress 27thC02 French, Advance
11. W Meiners vs J Moquette  1-0371899DCA Congress 27thC78 Ruy Lopez
12. J Moquette vs A van Foreest  0-1371899DCA Congress 27thC42 Petrov Defense
13. Swiderski vs J Moquette 1-0171899DCA Congress 27thD05 Queen's Pawn Game
14. F W Pelzer vs J Moquette  ½-½361899DCA Congress 27thC79 Ruy Lopez, Steinitz Defense Deferred
15. J Moquette vs J W te Kolste  1-0291899DCA Congress 27thC39 King's Gambit Accepted
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jul-24-12  thomastonk: Dr Moquette has been the president of the Nederlandse Schaakbond from 1913 until 1919. It seems that he was not so active as a player during this time. Therafter he played at least twice the cup tournament in Scheveningen (1920 and 1921).

I would like to know any kind of information on his life, his dead and chess activities. In particular, I would like to know of which chess clubs he was a member since he lived in the Hague. Thank you!

Jul-24-12  Stonehenge: Moquette family:

http://www.mijnstadmijndorp.nl/coll... (click on 'bekijk').

<he lived in the Hague>

Yes, but he has also lived in Utrecht, Nijverdal and Rotterdam (Noordsingel 112).

Jul-24-12  thomastonk: <Stonehenge> Thank you very much!!

I knew the address in Rotterdam, which is from earlier days, isn't it? What I know about his profession: in 1927 he became the director of an institution (schoolartsendienst Den Haag), when he worked there already for 17 years. Hence I assumed that he lived since about 1910 in the Hague. During his time as president of the NSB I know this for sure.

Mar-20-13  Stonehenge: Yes, he died in The Hague (Laan van Meerdervoort 1212).

http://kranten.kb.nl/view/article/i...

Jan-10-14  Karpova: News from the Nederlandse Schaakbond on how Dr. Moquette became its president in 1913:

There was a dispute between secretary (<Schriftführer>) J. H. de Ruwe and several boardmembers, which led to the resignation of H. Gouwentank (president, <Vorsitzender>), S. Weisfeldt, Strick van Linschoten, Dr. Moquette and C. L. Udo de Haes (treasurer, <Schatzmeister>) from the directorate.

On April 27, an extraordinary general meeting (<außerordentliche Generalversammlung>) was held in Utrecht and a settlement was reached.

The new directorate was elected: Dr. J. J. R. Moquette of The Hague (president, <1. Vorsitzender>), J. Strick van Linschoten (vice-president, <2. Vorsitzender>), S. Weisfeldt of Amsterdam (secretary, <1. Schriftleiter>), A. Vermeer (vice-secretary, <2. Schriftleiter>), Udo de Haes (treasurer, <Schatzmeister>) and W. van Koony-Voorburg (assessor/observer, <Beisitzer>). The Federation expressed its gratitude to Mr. J. H. de Ruwe for his merits.

Source: Page 110 of the March-April 1913 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

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