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Jean Defuse
Member since Oct-22-17 · Last seen Jul-21-18
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   Jean Defuse has kibitzed 157 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-21-18 Vladimir Petrov (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... <jessicafischerqueen> I had no lucky with uploading various games to the database... ... please tell me what is the right game header - for exsample: 1. [Event "Olympiad-02nd"] [Site "The Hague"] [Date "1928.07.25"] [Round "5"] [White ...
   Jul-19-18 Reinhard Cherubim (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... Deutsche Schachzeitung, Sep. 1979, p. 303: Reinhard Cherubim (1906-1980) ist als Berichterstatter für verschiedene Schachzeitschriften und als Anhänger des INGO-Systems bekannt geworden. Tarrasch hat ihm "trotz seines Altersstarrsinns ungemein imponiert, weil er das, was ...
   Jul-19-18 Otto M Tennison
Jean Defuse: ... [Event "12-board blindfold display"] [Site "New Orleans"] [Date "1884.04.25"] [White "Zukertort, Johannes Hermann"] [Black "Tennison, Otto Mandrup"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "C52"] [PlyCount "35"] 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Bc5 4. b4 Bxb4 5. c3 Ba5 6. d4 ...
   Jul-18-18 Blackburne vs Mackenzie, 1883
Jean Defuse: ... Tim Harding - Blackburne, A Chess Biography, p. 187: <First match game, Simpson's Divan, London, 25 September 1882> (Graham wrongly says this was played in 1883). Blackburne and Mackenzie never played a major match but they played a minor one at Simpson's Divan, for a
   Jul-18-18 Paulsen vs Mackenzie, 1861
Jean Defuse: ... This was one of ten simultaneous blindfold games played by Paulsen at Simpson’s Grand Divan Tavern (until 1848 known as the Grand Cigar Divan) in the Strand, London. It was here that in 1851 Anderssen played his “Immortal Game” against Kieseritzky. Paulsen’s other nine ...
   Jul-17-18 Adolf Julius Zinkl (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... Round 9. of the 'Schlechter v Zinkl match' 1894 in the New Vienna Chess Club: [Event "Match"] [Site "Vienna"] [Date "1894.05.29"] [Round "9"] [White "Zinkl, Adolf Julius Leopol"] [Black "Schlechter, Carl"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "C21"] [PlyCount "79"]
   Jul-17-18 A Zinkl vs R Huber, 1897
Jean Defuse: ... "A short but brilliantly contested correspondence game in Austria recently between Messrs. Zinkl and Huber resulted in a victory for the former. Huber adopted the French Defense, but failing to select the strongest moves, his game became inferior. Zinkl was enabled to ...
   Jul-17-18 Adolph Karl Wilhelm Schliemann
Jean Defuse: ... Schliemann's call name was Adolph, but in fact <Wilhelm Karl Adolph> was his right first name... ...
   Jul-16-18 Schandalik
Jean Defuse: ... F. Schandalik v Riebel (Mannheim 1936) [DIAGRAM] White to move... . about Dr. F. Schandalik exist only a few information - see: Schach-Zettel 88 - & ...
   Jul-15-18 Philip Woliston
Jean Defuse: ... In the October 2003 issue of Chess Life (pages 26-29), John S. Hilbert and John Donaldson write about Philip Reinhold Geffe, better known as Philip Woliston, who competed in the 1940 U.S. Championship in New York. The authors write that "Woliston did not fare well against ...
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