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Jean Defuse
Member since Oct-22-17 · Last seen Sep-21-18
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   Jean Defuse has kibitzed 205 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-18-18 Simon Rotenstein
Jean Defuse: ... Capablanca scored +21 -2 =7. [Event "30-board simultaneous exhibition"] [Site "Berlin"] [Date "1913.11.09"] [White "Capablanca, Jose Raul"] [Black "Rotenstein, Simon"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "C27"] 1. e4 e5 2. Nc3 Bc5 3. Bc4 Nf6 4. d3 d6 5. Bg5 Be6 6. Nd5 ...
   Sep-18-18 Jacob Bronowski
Jean Defuse: ... <Jacob Bronowski and Chess> Edward Winter: Stephen John Mann: ...
   Sep-16-18 A W Fox vs Karper, 1900
Jean Defuse: ... Edward Winter: Pages 187-189 of Napier The Forgotten Chessmaster by John S. Hilbert (Yorklyn, 1997) contain some relevant information on A.W. Fox. It is reported, for instance, that Napier gave the <Fox v Karper game (the occasion being specified as ‘Heidelberg, ...
   Sep-12-18 Johannes Zukertort
Jean Defuse: ... Sir Henry Cotton, K.C.S.I, Indian & Home Memories (London, 1911): 'Beards' . How well I remember Steinitz!–short, squat, and stout, with thick red hair and beard, rejoicing in a nose unusually small for one of the Semitic race. He smoked and sipped claret and water, or gin
   Sep-09-18 Stalin
Jean Defuse: ... Andrew Soltis - Chess Lists p. 95-96: 'Stalin's Brilliancy' One final game of dubious provenance that has been reprinted is an alleged encounter between Joseph Stalin and the man he would later name to head the Soviet secret police during the purges of 1936-1938. Stalin ...
   Sep-08-18 I Turgenev vs Kolisch, 1870
Jean Defuse: ... wrong date & place... ... this match game played at <January 1862 in Paris> & ended with 21. Qxc3 Qe2 mate! Sources: Fabrizio Zavatarelli - Ignaz Kolisch - The Life and Chess Career, page 189 - La Nouvelle Regence (Journoud) June 1862 page 169, Illustrated News of ...
   Sep-06-18 A Kaufmann vs Charousek, 1899
Jean Defuse: ... wrong date & place... ...played at <27. October 1897 in Vienna>! ...
   Sep-05-18 Rudolf Rezso Charousek (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... The Charousek game above in Algebraic Notation: [Event "Kosice"] [Site "Kosice"] [Date "1892.??.??"] [White "Englaender, Mor"] [Black "Charousek, Rudolf Rezso"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "C50"] 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Bc5 4. O-O Nf6 5. d3 d6 6. h3 Ne7 7. ...
   Sep-04-18 Prince Andrey Dadian of Mingrelia
Jean Defuse: ... Further solutions for the diagrams above: Dadian of Mingrelia v <Rev. T. Kochtaria*> Mate in 3 - 1. Ng6+ Kg8 2. Qg7+ Rxg7 3. Nh6# ... Dadian of Mingrelia v Col. Veriguine, Moscow White wins - 1. Bc5 Bxc5 2. Rd8+ Ke7 3. Rxg8 Kd7 4. Rd1+ Bd6 5. Rxd6+ Qxd6 6. Rd8+ ...
   Sep-03-18 Castelbarco
Jean Defuse: ... Count Alessandro Castelbarco (1854-1927) was a humorous, brilliant person with many interests. Publisher of "Persevarana", "Risorgimento" and editor of "Guerin Meschino" and "Popolo d'Italia", was with Edoardo Crespi, Count Giovanni Giovio, Count Alessandro Castelbarco, ...
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