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Gely of the Horde
Member since Aug-19-12 · Last seen Aug-15-13
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   Gely of the Horde has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-10-13 Joseph Wilson (replies)
Gely of the Horde: From "A Selection of Games at Chess, Actually Played by Philidor and his Contemoraries", George Walker, published by Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper, London, 1835: <At the death of Mr. Atwood, and on the consequent dispersion of his books, the greater part of his Chess-papers
   Jan-14-13 Cotter
Gely of the Horde: Cf. "A Selection of Games at Chess, Actually Played by Philidor and His Contemporaries", George Walker, 1835, p. 77. "The very brilliant Gambit, which we now term the Allgaier Gambit, was first introduced to the notice of the players of that period by Mr. Cotter, and was ...
   Jan-14-13 H Conway vs J Bruehl, 1788 (replies)
Gely of the Horde: Yes, move 12 looks like a much better place for ...♗g7. 12...♘e7 and 13...♘f5 just loses too much time. The weakness of Black's central pawn structure is demonstrated by the strength of White playing f3, which I actually hadn't realized until going ...
   Jan-12-13 Bishop's Opening (C23) (replies)
Gely of the Horde: I have found myself happily stuck in the late 18th century with Philidor and his merry band of "first rate players" in London (hi <beatgiant> many thanks for your comments if you see this) and since the Bishop's Opening was truly the Truth back then I came to this ...
   Jan-06-13 Harrowby
Gely of the Horde: Ref. "A Selection of Games at Chess, Actually by Philidor and his Contemporaries", George Walker, 1835. "Lord Harrowby was for many years one of the chief supporters of Chess in this Kingdom. He was a first-rate player, but slightly inferior to Bowlder." Probably Dudley ...
   Dec-30-12 Blackburne vs Steinitz, 1862 (replies)
Gely of the Horde: And, just to be either thorough or redundant, this 1863 game is exactly the same game in listed as 1862 . . .
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