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Jean Defuse
Member since Oct-22-17 · Last seen Jan-22-19
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   Jean Defuse has kibitzed 316 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-21-19 London (Vizayanagaram) (1883) (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... Here are the two volumes: The game (from Harding's collection) 'Lord v Vansittart' is also missing... ...
   Jan-21-19 Adolf Rosentreter
Jean Defuse: ... Aus Halberstadt. Sonntag, den 26. Juni (1904), tagte hier im Cafe Central der Kongreß des Harzer Schachbundes ... Aus Gruppe A des Hauptturniers ging Oberstleutnant Rosentreter (Blankenburg) als Sieger hervor. DSZ 1904, p. 252 . 'Das einzige Problem, welches der als ...
   Jan-21-19 A Rosentreter vs L Hoffer, 1899
Jean Defuse: ... <SBC:> This game is Adolf Rosentreter (1844-1920) vs. <Leopold Hoffer>. This is <nonsense> Rosentreter's opponent was called <Höfer>! Source: Oskar Cordel Theorie und Praxis des Schachspiels, vol 1, p. 140 see: ...
   Jan-17-19 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... <The Kostic 2.0 Trap> Grandmaster Predrag Nikolic reported about Fischer's visit in Sarajevo 1970: 'I talked to IM Ekrem Cekro who remembers the period of about two months which Fischer spent in Sarajevo. His main host was Dimitrije Bjelica, so he may have some ...
   Jan-16-19 Eugene Ernest Colman
Jean Defuse: ... A photograph of Eugene Ernest Colman (left) who played against George Edward Wainwright (right) in Oxford 1910: Source with the game-score: . Olimpiu G. Urcan published the following spectacular
   Jan-16-19 G Schories vs W Gunston, 1910
Jean Defuse: ... <full gamescore> [Event "British CF-07 Major Open"] [Site "Oxford"] [Date "1910.08.18"] [Round "4"] [White "Schories, George F W"] [Black "Gunston, William Hewison"] [Result "0-1"] 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Bb5 Bb4 5. O-O O-O 6. d3 d6 7. ...
   Jan-15-19 Louis Paulsen
Jean Defuse: ... Probably played shortly after the American Chess Congress: [Event "3-board blindfold exhibition"] [Site "New York"] [Date "1857.??.??"] [White "Paulsen, Louis"] [Black "Raphael, Benjamin I"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "B44"] 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 cxd4 4. ...
   Jan-15-19 G Weissgerber vs H Rodatz, 1927
Jean Defuse: ... This game was <played in July 1927 in Magdeburg> at the 25th German Chess Federation Congress (Major Tournament B Group 4). Game source: Hamburger Nachrichten am Mittag 25.8.1927 ...
   Jan-12-19 Harry Nelson Pillsbury (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... <A midsummer game> C.N. 1954 - On page 10 of the November 1992 'Chess Life' A. Soltis said that Pillsbury's last published game was against Marshall in 1904<*>. Not so. C.N. 1673 gave the score of Pillsbury v Hymes, Philadelphia, May 1905, which had been printed
   Jan-11-19 zanzibar chessforum (replies)
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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 ?
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  martin moller: hello again - I only have "Nordisk skaktidende" but i think i would be very interesting if Mollerstrom posted games in Deutche Schach zeitung in the 1840 - 1850. You already found an ending of a Mollerstrom game. Best regards Martin
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  martin moller: Hi Jean D. I submitted the picture of Mollerstrom, Soren Anton Sorensen and Jorgen moeller.
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  martin moller: Hello Jean D. Thank you very much for problems and game. I think that there still can be found games played by the old Danish chess masters. Best regards.
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  martin moller: I´m 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.
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  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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