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Ilse D Guggenberger
Number of games in database: 2
Years covered: 1978 to 1988
Last FIDE rating: 2055

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(born Apr-01-1942, 76 years old) Colombia

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She is a WIM, nee Ilse De Caro.

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. I D Guggenberger vs C Maura Denis  0-1601978Olympiad (Women) Final-CC36 King's Gambit Accepted, Abbazia Defense
2. M Rendon vs I D Guggenberger  ½-½211988Ch Colombia (w)C53 Giuoco Piano
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Jun-22-08  sneaky pete: Heinrich Heine: Die Ilse

Ich bin die Prinzessin Ilse,
Und wohne im Ilsenstein;
Kommt mit nach meinem Schlosse,
Wir wollen selig sein.

Dein Haupt will ich benetzen
Mit meiner klaren Well,
Du sollst deine Schmerzen vergessen,
Du sorgenkranker Gesell!

In meinen weißen Armen,
An meiner weißen Brust,
Da sollst du liegen und träumen
Von alter Märchenlust.

Ich will dich küssen und herzen,
Wie ich geherzt und geküßt
Den lieben Kaiser Heinrich,
Der nun gestorben ist.

Es bleiben tot die Toten,
Und nur der Lebendige lebt;
Und ich bin schön und blühend,
Mein lachendes Herze bebt.

Komm in mein Schloß herunter,
In mein kristallenes Schloß.
Dort tanzen die Fräulein und Ritter,
Es jubelt der Knappentroß.

Es rauschen die seidenen Schleppen,
Es klirren die Eisensporn,
Die Zwerge trompeten und pauken,
Und fiedeln und blasen das Horn.

Doch dich soll mein Arm umschlingen,
Wie er Kaiser Heinrich umschlang;-
Ich hielt ihm zu die Ohren,
Wenn die Trompet erklang.

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