Number of games in database: 10
Years covered: 1991 to 1996
Overall record: +0 -9 =1 (5.0%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
Based on games in the database; may be incomplete.
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|Aug-05-07|| ||D. M. Walles: The greatest chess author of all time hands down. His works are hard to find but I beg of you: try. You will be rewarded.|
|May-31-08|| ||whiteshark: |
<Openings teach you openings. Endgames teach you chess!>
-- Stephan Gerzadowicz
|Apr-09-09|| ||Octavia: his books are easy to find in Amazon - & amazing they are!|
|Apr-09-09|| ||parisattack: I concur, excellent books! Journal of a Chess Original, Journal of a Chess Master and Stephen Gerzadowicz - Correspondence Chess Master. I believe they are all by Thinkers Press (Chessco.com).|
|Aug-01-09|| ||myschkin: . . .
"Such people are immoral, unethical, and I hope they do it!"
(Stephan Gerzadowicz , on players who use a computer to generate moves in CC games) ;)
|Jun-18-11|| ||parisattack: I just pulled Gerzadowicz's books out for a research of 1. g3. Does anyone have an update on him?|
If a chess book is supposed to be both educational and entertaining, his certainly hit the mark, IMHO.
|Jun-18-11|| ||perfidious: Haven't talked with Stephan in years-last I knew, he'd moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth area.|
|Jun-25-11|| ||parisattack: <perfidious: Haven't talked with Stephan in years-last I knew, he'd moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth area.>|
He certainly seems off the radar. :( Love his books, actually rereading/studying them now.
Correspondence chess was a wonderful thing! Computers put the kibbutz to it. 'Something gained something lost' - although to be perfectly honest I am still looking for the something gained from computer chess...
|Jun-25-11|| ||DrNyet: Hmmm... no wins by Gerz posted?!|
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