|Jul-02-04|| ||nikolaas: I don't know much about him, but I'll say what I know.
Born 28 december 1959 in German. In 1988 he became grandmaster. But further...
Anybody has some information? |
|Aug-17-04|| ||Kaspy2: he wrote the book on Winawer |
|Mar-15-05|| ||Karpova: He got a german chess site (together with yusupov, lutz)
There's a nice game he played with white against korchnoi. Korchnoi played Caro-Kann (closed) without bringing out his bc8.
he came up moving his rh8 around and then castled short.
they agreed to a draw after finding out about this some 25 moves later.
|Sep-01-07|| ||whiteshark: He also wrote <Leningrad System - a complete weapon against 1 d4> in 2005 as an updated english edition.|
|Sep-01-07|| ||whiteshark: <Kaspy2: he wrote the book on Winawer>|
He wrote it together with Dirr Ulrich.
That's only dealing with <7.Qg4 0-0> on incredible 342 pages!
|Sep-01-07|| ||Prugno: Since he is German, does anyone know why he plays under the Austrian flag these days?|
|Sep-01-07|| ||whiteshark: In this interwiev he said that he is now <Austrian citizen>:
|Sep-01-07|| ||whiteshark: Picture:
bio: (in German) http://www.mucschach.de/Kontakt/sk....
Link to the webpage of his Munic Chess academy http://www.mucschach.de/
|Feb-06-08|| ||bauernfresser: I think he is Austrian, but has lived in Germany since childhood, and used to play for Germany. According to http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan...
he was actually born in Vienna, Austria.
He was a regular in the German national team in the 80s and early 90s, but couldn't keep up when all those emigrants from the former Soviet Union came during the 90s.
|Dec-28-08|| ||BIDMONFA: Stefan E S Kindermann|
KINDERMANN, Stefan E.
|Dec-28-08|| ||whiteshark: Happy Birthday, GM Kindermann|
|Dec-28-08|| ||whiteshark: Olympic participations http://www.olimpbase.org/players/ok...|
|Dec-28-08|| ||Eastfrisian: I believe, that he has retired. I have nothing heard from him longer time.|
|Dec-28-08|| ||whiteshark: Kindermann's performance @ Dresden 2008 playing board 2 for Austria (+6 =1 -3) |
(http://schachlive.dresden2008.de/pl... --> Austria or --> player)
|Dec-28-10|| ||wordfunph: he also authored "The Spanish Exchange Variation - A Fischer Favourite"..|
|Dec-31-10|| ||GrahamClayton: A miniature by Stefan:
[White "Kindermann, Stefan E S"]
[Black "Pandavos, Emanouel"]
1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nd4 4. Nxd4 exd4 5. O-O c6 6. Bc4 Nf6 7. Re1 d6 8. d3 Be7 9. Nd2 O-O 10. Nf3 c5 11. e5 dxe5 12. Nxe5 Nd5 13. f4 Bf6 14. Qf3 Nc7 15. f5 Bg5 16. Nxf7 Rxf7 17. Bxf7+ 1-0
Source: Bill Wall, “500 Ruy Lopez Miniatures”, Chess Enterprises Inc, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, 1986
|Dec-28-11|| ||Penguincw: Happy Birthday!|
|Dec-28-12|| ||waustad: Happy b'day! Clearly he hasn't retired after playing in the Olympiad this Summer. http://www.olimpbase.org/players/ok...|
|Dec-28-12|| ||waustad: He also played first board for Austria in the Trans-Europa-Schach-Express tournament: http://chess-results.com/tnr82978.a...|
|May-23-15|| ||Conrad93: Now I know where I have heard of this guy before. His opening book was mentioned in Moskalenko's The Wonderful Winawer.|
<He wrote it together with Dirr Ulrich. That's only dealing with <7.Qg4 0-0> on incredible 342 pages!>
Yes, described as the Warsaw Variation.
Surprisingly solid, evne though it seems to invite an attack on the kingside.
|Nov-22-15|| ||Gottschalk: [Event ""]
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 d5 4. cxd5 Nxd5 5. e4 Nxc3 6. bxc3 Bg7 7. Nf3 c5 8. Rb1 O-O 9. Be2 cxd4 10. cxd4 Qa5+ 11. Bd2 Qxa2 12. O-O Nd7 13. Bb4 Nb6 14. h3 Bd7 15. Ra1 Qe6 16. Bd3 Be8 17. Re1 Qd7 18. Ra5 Qd8 19. Qb3 Bc6 20. d5 Bd7 21. e5 Re8 22. e6 fxe6 23. dxe6 Bc6 24. Bxg6 hxg6 25. Rg5 Rf8 26. Rxg6 Rf6 27. Rxg7+ Kxg7 28. Bc3 Nd5 29. Bxf6+ Nxf6 30. Ne5 Qg8 31. Re3 Kf8 32. Rg3 Qh7 33. Rg6 Rd8 34. Qg3 Be4 35. Rg5 a5 36. Nf7 Rd1+ 37. Kh2 Ne8 38. Rxa5 Qg6 39. Rg5 Qh7 40. Qf4 Nf6 41. Qb8+ Ne8 42. Rg4 Rh1+ 43. Kg3 Bf5 44. Rh4 Qg6+ 45. Kf4 Bxe6 46. Ne5 Qf6+ 47. Kg3 Qg7+ 48. Kf3 Bf5 49. Rf4 e6 50. g4 Rxh3+ 51. Ke2 Qc7 52. Qxc7 Nxc7 53. gxf5 Nd5 54. Rd4 Nc3+ 55. Kd2 exf5 56. f3 Nb5 57. Rd8+ Ke7 58. Rd7+ Ke6 59. Rxb7 Rh2+ 60. Ke3 Nd6 61. Ra7 Kxe5 62. Ra5+ Ke6 63. Ra6 Rh4 0-1