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Member since May-29-05 · Last seen Jun-28-19
Living in the Netherlands
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   Gejewe has kibitzed 207 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-28-19 Hans Haberditz
Gejewe: Probably a typo in the biography but it was 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nd2 f5 (not ..f6) that Haberditz analysed and recommended. One of the major topics in his analytical work was 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c5!?, sometimes called the "Austrian defense"
   May-19-19 Euwe vs Lasker, 1920 (replies)
Gejewe: <Magpye> Correct, the game can be found on page 112 of Emanuel Lasker - Denker Weltenburger Schachweltmeister. As source the newspaper "Telegraaf" of 21 febr. 1920 is indicated. Besides, the additional text learns us that during Lasker's tour Euwe played two other games with ...
   May-13-19 Si Toemboek
Gejewe: A very interesting topic, the chess of the Batak people on Sumatra. There is some additional information easily available. In the early 2oth century the best chessplayer of the regency Tanah Karo in the province of North-Sumatra was the famous Si Narsar, who was named the Capablanca
   May-06-19 Hector vs P Boersma, 1986
Gejewe: <> <chessgame901> Why 1.h4.. :-) In the Budapest Spring festival in 1985 where Jonny Hector was also playing, a lot of attention was attracted by the Hungarian player Gabor Kadas(2280) who scored an IM norm and defeated IM Leon Pliester (2370) with ...
   May-01-19 Y Porat vs Richter, 1929 (replies)
Gejewe: <sneaky pete> You are right. The game was played in Duisburg on July 17 in 1929 between H. Foerder and Kurt Richter, as can be found in the recent biography "Kurt Richter" by Alan McGowan (page 48). McGowan mentions several sources of which I was able to check Brinckmann's ...
   Mar-19-19 Georges-Pierre Thibaut
Gejewe: Thibaut is (or was ?) a Belgian national master, as can be read in "Histoire des maitres Belges" by Wasnair and Jadoul. He participated in all the Belgian championships from 1948 up to 1961 but never succeeded in winning the title. But the championship of the chessclub "Cercle Colle"
   Mar-19-19 Paul Morphy (replies)
Gejewe: <KnightVBishop>,<Jambow> An interesting theory, as I have read in different sources that Morphy was part of the creole people. Which means that his ancestry is possibly diverse. However in this case I have doubts as Louisiana creoles in general were native born ...
   Feb-08-19 Timman vs Velimirovic, 1979 (replies)
Gejewe: Jan Timman has described the whole episode in his book "Schaakwerk I" (1983, second printing 1991). He writes that fortunately (in spite of the stir this adjourned endgame created in the Netherlands) he and his second Ulf Andersson were able to analyse undisturbedly for a week- ...
   Feb-07-19 Daniel Sorm (replies)
Gejewe: <Sally Simpson> I have played in that particular Lugano open in 1986 and remember the incident. Daniel Sorm was a regular in tournaments in those days (remember to have seen him in Bad Mondorf and other events as well) but it seems to have been for a short time. He has been ...
   Dec-06-18 Wolfgang Heidenfeld (replies)
Gejewe: <Jean Defuse> Thanks for drawing our attention to this interesting information. I have been a fan of Heidenfeld's book "Lacking the master touch" for most of my "chesslife" (after purchasing it) and was fortunate to meet the master in the summer of 1981 at the Biel chess ...
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