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Member since Jul-31-10 · Last seen Jan-10-19
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   Chessist has kibitzed 24 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-10-19 Friedrich Wilhelm Pelzer
 
Chessist: Pelzer, Ferdinand Walter, born Oct-15-1867, died Nov-24-1922, according to KARL 2/2018, pp 26-27.
 
   Jan-08-19 Wilhelm Steinitz
 
Chessist: Anderberg wrote: "nach Auffassung des Autors" = "according to the Author's opinion". He does not state anything "with some certainty", therefore I consider your criticism not justified.
 
   Jan-03-19 Nathan Mannheimer
 
Chessist: Tarrasch's opponent in 1880 was Adolf Mannheimer (+27.03.1890), compare Riemann, Schach-Erinnerungen, pp 2-3, 287-306.
 
   Apr-25-18 Bogoljubov vs Alekhine, 1943
 
Chessist: Yes, they did so.
 
   Apr-25-18 Von Der Lasa vs Anderssen, 1845 (replies)
 
Chessist: Published in CPC Vol. VI (1845), page 239, the game is misdated here.
 
   Apr-25-18 Anderssen vs Von Der Lasa, 1845 (replies)
 
Chessist: Deutsche Schachzeitung 1882, page 157 gives the exact date: 26.06.1845.
 
   Feb-07-18 Martin Bier
 
Chessist: Maybe there was a banker "Max Bier" in Hamburg who celebrated his eightieth birthday in June 1934 whereas the chessplayer "Martin Bier" was born two months earlier.
 
   Jan-22-17 Nonnenmacher
 
Chessist: The correspondence game was played by Eberhard Nonnenmacher. The score was published in Schach-Echo 1976, page 308: "O. Lampela (Finnland) - Dr. E. Nonnenmacher (BRD)".
 
   Jul-12-16 Hans Herrmann
 
Chessist: He died Apr-09-1978.
 
   Jul-26-15 Carl Hamppe (replies)
 
Chessist: <RookFile> Once more: CPC 1850 says: "He played also with Mr. Falkbeer in the last month which the latter spent in Vienna, about thirty games, of which Mr. Hampe was only one or two ahead." *+16 -15" is just a misinterpretation.
 
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