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Member since May-29-05 · Last seen Mar-01-18
Living in the Netherlands
Favorite player : Bent Larsen Full Member

   Gejewe has kibitzed 176 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-01-18 G Welling vs Paul Kok, 1975 (replies)
Gejewe: This "Gedult-attack" has been suggested in a German book by the German theoretician Gerhart Gunderam published in 1972 "Neue Eröffnungswege", 2nd printing. Gunderam apparently gained some credibility as a theoretician in the 1950ties with some interesting ideas in the Kings Indian ...
   Dec-21-17 George Nelson Treysman (replies)
Gejewe: <Zanzibar> Yes, I checked the official USCF PDF version (TobyChess) which it itself is a great source of historical chess material, and I am grateful it exists, but in general the photographic quality is not great (and in this case bad..)
   Dec-14-17 Murey vs T Bottema, 1987 (replies)
Gejewe: Black's name is not Bottena, but he is Tom Bottema, present in the CG database. He once showed me the game and claimed that he was winning at some point, but swindled and lost..
   Oct-20-17 Jacques Macles
Gejewe: Jacques Maclès did other tricks with his name than changing a "k" to a "c". In the Noteboom weekend Swiss in Leiden, back in 1979 (when my memory serves well) he played under the name of "Limonest" which created quite a stir among the topplayers. It was the Belgian master Bernard de ...
   Sep-26-17 Carl Hartlaub (replies)
Gejewe: <whiteshark> "Dr. Harlaub's Glanzpartien", published in Leipzig 1923, edited by Friedrich Michels, has this game as nr.54 : Dr.Hartlaub - Rodatz, Kongressturnier des Niederelbischen Schachbundes (Meistergruppe II) , played in Hamburg, July 17, 1920. * [Event "Hamburg"] ...
   Sep-10-17 Kaufman vs Larsen, 1972 (replies)
Gejewe: The Eastern Chess Congress in Washington DC was reported as rated in CL&R in december 1972. With 272 players this must have been a very important event.
   Jun-03-17 S S Larsen vs G Welling, 1988 (replies)
Gejewe: This is not Bent Larsen (a chess hero of mine), but Steen Skovlund Larsen (as given rightly by Chessbase and other database sources). What I remember from this game, played nearly 30 years ago, is that white kept the pressure for a long time (and I did not feel happy with black) but
   Feb-11-17 Charles William Warburton (replies)
Gejewe: <MissScarlett> No, unfortunately after flipping through the book twice yesterday evening, I found nothing related to to these Capablanca or Karpov simul games.
   Feb-05-17 Ganguly vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2016 (replies)
Gejewe: <parisattack> When I played at the Isle of Man in 2014, Nigel Short told the Dutch delegation during a chat at the breakfast table that he has used 3.Nd2 a5 in blitz. Roughly with the same idea that Nepomniachthi shows us here, with ..a4 and ..c5. And explaining tongue in ...
   Nov-20-16 Rudolf de Graaff
Gejewe: Bad news : RAG died last wednesday november 16, after a long illness.
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