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   Nosnibor has kibitzed 288 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-15-17 Geoffrey F Harris
Nosnibor: In a training tournament held in Birmingham during the summer of 1955 he scored 7/9 to take first place 1.5 points ahead of Golombek and Horseman defeating them both and also Wade.
   Jan-09-17 Eugene Aleksandrovich Znosko-Borovsky (replies)
Nosnibor: Further to my last post N A Z-B may well be another relative. He cannot be the brother mentioned who died in 1911 because N A Z-B was in attendance at the 1914 St Petersburg Tournament.
   Jan-03-17 A S Rasmussen vs Hebden, 2017
Nosnibor: Mark missed his best chance at move 34 when he should play 34...Re1+!! This ensures him at least a draw in all lines.
   Jan-02-17 Hastings Masters (2016/17) (2016) (replies)
Nosnibor: Mark Hebden appears to have missed a draw by playing Bxb2 instead of Re1!!
   Jan-02-17 Winawer vs F Riemann, 1881
Nosnibor: Good pun for game of the day would be "Simple Simon met a Pieman "
   Dec-26-16 Alfred Lenton
Nosnibor: Alfred Lenton passed away on the 5th November 2004 and was therefore 93 years of age at the date of his death. His funeral was held on the 24th November 2004.
   Dec-23-16 Lev Aronson (replies)
Nosnibor: Surely the last game in the database is that of another Aronson. This game was played in 1977 three years after his death.
   Dec-22-16 Frederick Dewhirst Yates (replies)
Nosnibor: It would seem that throughout most of his life Yates lived on the bread line and close to abject poverty. Many years ago a strong player I knew who had met him described him as having holes in his shoes and generally being somewhat rundown and struggling to find money for ...
   Dec-15-16 Milan Germek
Nosnibor: Is Milan Germek still alive ?
   Dec-14-16 Berlin Grandmasters (1918)
Nosnibor: Herewith a quote by Kmoch on the game between Rubinstein and Schlechter After Schlechter`s 20th move "Half famished Schlechter-what a great contestant he was ! He stands confined and senses the highly dangerous attack of the White King Knight Pawn. Hence he resolves upon the ...
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