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Member since May-29-05 · Last seen Jun-08-18
Living in the Netherlands
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   Gejewe has kibitzed 182 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-08-18 H Stutzkowski vs Harmonist, 1898 (replies)
Gejewe: <sachistu> This game can be found , with annotations, in Alapin's chessmagazine "Der Schachfreund" Volume I (1898-1899) pages 28-29. It was played in Café Kaiserhof, Berlin, February 2nd, 1898. I am not sure if there are other sources. From writing an article for New in Chess
   Jun-03-18 David Vincent Hooper (replies)
Gejewe: Hooper also did two very nice endgame tutorials for Basman's "Audio Chess Cassettes" series in the 1970ties. When you have worked through his "Rook and pawn endings" title, you know the ins and outs. And his other title "Rook and Bishop versus Rook and Knight endings" was a great ...
   Jun-03-18 David Gedult
Gejewe: The best way to find out about David Gedult's chess strenght is to ask players from the Paris region that were around these days. As a junior I was impressed by the wide range of experimental openings this player shows and his tactical ingenuity. When getting somewhat older and more ...
   May-13-18 Frederick Wilhelm Blehr (replies)
Gejewe: "Lettisk Gambit" by Borge Andersen and Hartvig Nielsen (1973) mention him as a Norwegian, and problem-editor of "Nordisk Skaktidende" which fits in. The gamescore of his game with Hertzspring is flawed, skip 8.Qh3 Qe7 and continue 8.Qh6 Rxe4+ instead and stop the game after 33..c3 ...
   May-13-18 F Blehr vs S Hertzsprung, 1876
Gejewe: <gezafan> <Phony Benoni> The correct notation is given in "Lettisk Gambit" by Borge Andersen and Hartvig Nielsen (1973) and they took it supposedly from "Nordisk Skaktidende". The game went 8.Qh6 Rxe4+ 9.Kd1 Ng4 10.Qh5+ Kxf8 11.Qxf5+ Kg7 12.b3 d5 (so both Qh3.. and ..Qe7
   Apr-11-18 R Antonio vs A Reprintsev, 2017 (replies)
Gejewe: <wordfunph> A sad accident for Alexander Reprintsev who has played the Scandinavian 1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Qxd5 3.Nc3 Qa5 all his life. I was not a direct eye-witness but noticed some agitation a couple of boards away from my own. Rogelio Antonio was standing and talking. Soon ...
   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 ...
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