|Sep-15-03|| ||fred lennox: Bledow was one of the first masters Anderssen was to compete against. The results were disasterous for Adolf. 0-4-1. The surprised Anderssen was not discouraged. He reliezed his all out attacking style would not do at master level. He wrote his attacks were too bold and lacking careful preperation before the impact. He set to improve and did. A foreshadowing to his Morphy match 23 years latter. |
|Jul-27-06|| ||mack: It's good to know I share my birthday with someone other than Triple HHH, the inventor of Dungeons and Dragons and one of Torvill and Dean (I forget which).|
|Jul-27-06|| ||Benzol: <mack> It must be Chris Dean as Jayne Torvill was born October 7th 1957.|
|Jul-27-06|| ||Rocafella: Hehe, touché mack! Happy birthday to you as well mate!|
|Jul-27-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Dr. Ludwig Bledow|
|Oct-17-07|| ||keypusher: Here is an article about Bledow from Chesscafe.
|Jul-17-08|| ||myschkin: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berlin...|
|Jul-27-08|| ||whiteshark: Bio:
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig... surprisingly shortish
|Jul-27-09|| ||WannaBe: Wait a cotton pick'n minute, wasn't he one of the bad dude in a few James Bond movie?! Trying to take over the (chess) world?|
|Jul-27-09|| ||whiteshark: What did the rabbit smoke today? :D|
|Jul-27-09|| ||whiteshark: Oh wait, he's almost a sort of right:
<B> <L> <O> F <E> L <D>
|Jul-27-09|| ||Knight13: Bernhard Horwitz was his pupil! NICE! Horwitz was an endgame genius!|
|Jul-27-09|| ||WhiteRook48: van Beethoven... NOT!|
|Jul-27-09|| ||I Like Fish: hello... shark... knight... rook...
dis blewdo page...
|Jul-27-09|| ||YoungEd: Dear <I Like Fish>,
|Jul-28-09|| ||I Like Fish: hello younged...
you have got me...
i had some help...
|Jul-31-09|| ||YoungEd: Dear <I Like Fish>,
at least...you have...
key... keep...it...up... :)
|Jul-27-11|| ||Antiochus: [Event "Berlin"]
[White "Ludwig Bledow"]
[Black "Paul Von Bilguer"]
1. e4 e5 2. Bc4 f5 3. d3 Nf6 4. Nf3 fxe4 5. dxe4 Nxe4 6. Qd5 Nd6 7. Nxe5 c6 8. Qf7+ Nxf7 9. Bxf7+ Ke7 10. Bg5+ Kd6 11. Bxd8 Kxe5 12. f4+ Kf5 13. Bg5 Bb4+ 14. c3 Rf8 15. Bb3 h6 16. Bc2+ Kg4 17. Bd1+ Kf5 18. g4+ Kg6 19. Bc2+ Kf7 20. Bh4 Be7 21. Bg3 d5 22. f5 Nd7 23. Nd2 Bf6 24. Nf3 Re8+ 25. Kf2 Nc5 26. Rhe1 Bd7 27. b4 Ne4+ 28. Rxe4 dxe4 29. Bb3+ Kf8 30. Bd6+ Be7 31. Ne5 g5 32. f6 e3+ 33. Kg1 1-0
|Feb-14-12|| ||thomastonk: <From the biography: He also helped found 'Deutsche Schachzeitung' ...>
He was in fact the founder of the 'Schachzeitung' (which became decades later the 'Deutsche Schachzeitung'), but died soon afterwards.|
<... and inspired Lasa and Bilguer to write their famous 'Handbuch'.>
The idea of the handbook is not Bledow's. This idea is due to Lehfeldt, the editor of Bilguer's first work, and to Bilguer. However, von der Lasa was allowed to use Bledow's large library, when he wrote the Handbuch (I do not write that he finished it, because he did the majority of this work).