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Jean Defuse
Member since Oct-22-17 · Last seen Oct-14-19
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   Jean Defuse has kibitzed 399 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-13-19 La Bourdonnais vs A D'Arblay, 1830
 
Jean Defuse: ... More than 13 years ago, <sneaky pete> pointed it correctly out: <De La Bourdonnais who gave QR odds, so 20. 0-0-0 is just Ke1-c1> So that we do not have to wait again 13 years for a correction is here the right notation: [Event "Odds Game"] [Site "Paris"] ...
 
   Oct-07-19 Anderssen vs G Perigal, 1851 (replies)
 
Jean Defuse: ... Possible but not very likely. ...
 
   Oct-07-19 Mephisto vs Tinsley, 1878
 
Jean Defuse: ... William Steinitz: 'The following brilliant game was played by the Mr. Gumpel's automaton "Mephisto" (of which a description appeared in our last week's issue, page 429*), against a metropolitan amateur.' (*The Field <1878>) ...
 
   Oct-07-19 Samuel Tinsley
 
Jean Defuse: ... Samuel Tinsley by Edward Winter http://www.chesshistory.com/winter/... http://www.edochess.ca/players/p517... ...
 
   Oct-03-19 M Luckis vs M Czerniak, 1941
 
Jean Defuse: ... <I placed this book in my dropbox> Thanks a lot!!! ....
 
   Sep-23-19 J A Leonard vs J Leonard, 1861
 
Jean Defuse: ... In reality, this was a <double rook odds> given by James A Leonard ... ...
 
   Sep-23-19 Blackburne vs Wylde, 1875 (replies)
 
Jean Defuse: ... In reality, this was a <rook odds game> given by Blackburne ... ...
 
   Sep-20-19 Edward G Sergeant
 
Jean Defuse: ... see - English Chess Forum: https://www.ecforum.org.uk/viewtopi... ...
 
   Sep-15-19 Fyodor Ivanovich Dus Chotimirsky
 
Jean Defuse: ... Fyodor Dus-Chotimirsky: 'My blindfold simultaneous display against Tula's ten strongest players was my first one. In one game, I gave a complicated, non-obvious mate in six. During this Tula display, a curious thing happened. On two boards (6th and 7th) I played ...
 
   Sep-13-19 Blackburne vs G O Cutler, 1881
 
Jean Defuse: ... <This game was played on a 8 board blindfold exhibition - in the year 1881 (12. October) - at the 'City of London Chess Club'> Blackburne scored +5 =2 -1 (6.5 hours) Game sources: Brighton Guardian, October 19, 1881 (offered the additional moves 25.... Kg8 26. Rxh7 ...
 
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Jan-05-19
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  martin moller: Hello Mr.Jean Defuse and congratulations with your forum, you have a lot of interesting posts, especially the old Danish games. I have done a little research myself but never come across the Blankensteiner games. You know maybe Blankensteiner had a opponent Holm, but no games has survived, maybe you can help ?
Jan-10-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  martin moller: Im a little surprised that Mollerstrom posted games in Deutsche Schach zeitung, i knew that Soren Anton Sorensen did. But of course Von der Lasa also visited Copenhagen chess club in the 1840, so the danes did have a link to Germany at that time.
Jan-10-19  zanzibar: Hi <JD>. Thanks for your comment on my blog.

I've left a reply concerning the chess autographs here:

zanzibar chessforum (kibitz #359)

Let me know if it satisfies your request. If not I'll try to dig into it a bit more later... thx.


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