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My name is Markus Jakobi, I am 50 years old and I am living in Wiesbaden, which is a town 40 kilometres away from Frankfurt/Germany. I am playing mail chess since I have been 14,5 years old, but without computer assistance. My mail chess rating is about Elo 2000 and my favourite players are Francois-André Danican Philidor, Ernst Jünger jun., Dr. Friedrich Baumbach, Wolfgang Uhlmann, Robert James Fischer, Anatoly Karpov, Stefan Kindermann, Dr. Thomas Bohn, Garry Kasparov, Stefan Meyer, Uwe Kettner, Igor Khenkin and Vladimir Kramnik. I consider Philidor, Fischer, Karpov and Kasparov as the strongest players in chess history. In my opinion the most talented players in chess history were/are Paul Morphy, Jose Raul Capablanca und Viswanathan Anand, but not Magnus Carlsen.

   Damenlaeuferbauer has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-30-18 Team White vs Team Black, 2017 (replies)
Damenlaeuferbauer: <centralfiles> As a 1.e4,e5 player with the black pieces, I am always ready to take the black side in the Frankenstein/Dracula variation of the Vienna game in correspondence chess. I think theoretically the chances are almost equal. I am eagier to play a Team White ...
   Nov-28-18 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Damenlaeuferbauer: The five greatest chess players of all times: 1. G. K. Kasparov 2. R. J. Fischer 3. A. E. Karpov 4. F.-A. D. Philidor 5. J. R. Capablanca / P. Morphy (the two most talented) Just my personal opinion
   Nov-26-18 Caruana vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
Damenlaeuferbauer: Remember the rapid tie-break between A. Karpov and V. Anand in 1998 in Lausanne. V. Anand - "Speedy Vishy" and "The Lightning Kid" - was the big favourite. Rumor goes, that the seconds of V. Anand and FIDE officials celebrated the new World Champion at the hotel bar the ...
   Jul-24-18 A Naumann vs S Kindermann, 2001
Damenlaeuferbauer: According to GM Stefan Kindermann, Leningrader System, Munich 2002, p. 165, after the loss of his central d-pawn with 21.-,Bxd5 White is almost lost; the Leningrad bishop on g7 became a monster: I. 25.-,Rdb6! 26. Ned4,Rxb2 27.Qxb2,Rxb2 28.Kxb2,Nd6 29.Kc2,Nc4 -+, II. ...
   Jun-20-18 Morozevich vs Ponomariov, 2004
Damenlaeuferbauer: According to the German GM Ray Tischbierek in the chess magazine "Schach" 9/2004, p. 31, GM Ruslan Ponomariov had reached the position after 33.-,Rd3xd2 in his preparation for this game (probably for the expected match against GM Garry Kasparov in 2003) at home.
   Mar-05-18 Shirov vs Anand, 2004
Damenlaeuferbauer: 28.-,Bg7-f8! (instead of 28.-,Rd5-b5) would have won for Black according to the German GM Ray Tischbierek, "Schach" 9/2004, p. 31, because the Black pawns would become too powerful.
   Oct-20-17 D Byrne vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
Damenlaeuferbauer: In my opinion really "the game of the century" (Hans Kmoch)! Incredible precise calculation skills and great understanding of hypermodern chess from a 13 years old schoolboy. 11.-,Na4!!, 13.-,Nxe4!!, 14.-,Qb6!, 15.-,Nxc3!, 17.-,Be6!!!! (exclamation marks by Reuben Fine, ...
   Oct-19-17 Kasparov vs Kramnik, 1996 (replies)
Damenlaeuferbauer: In my opinion the best game of the decade 1990 - 1999!
   Oct-19-17 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1985 (replies)
Damenlaeuferbauer: In my opinion the best game of the decade 1980 - 1989 and Kasparov's real "supreme creative achievement" (despite Kasparov - Topalov, Wijk aan Zee 1999 and others)!
   Oct-19-17 Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1974 (replies)
Damenlaeuferbauer: In my opinion the best game of the decade 1970 - 1979!
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