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   Nosnibor has kibitzed 367 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-18-17 Biographer Bistro (replies)
Nosnibor: <offramp> I agree with you and would have thought that Moscow 1935 would also have been one of his most notable tournaments where he finished third without losing,half a point behind the two winners Botvinnik and Flohr but ahead of Capablanca and a stellar field.
   Oct-08-17 Boris Verlinsky
Nosnibor: According to his obituary in the British Chess Magazine 1951 page 90 Golembek stated that he took up chess unusually late in life only commencing to play at the age of thirty which contradicts the fact that he was playing in a master strength event at 21 in 1909.
   Sep-14-17 World Cup (2017) (replies)
Nosnibor: <ndg2> Don`t write off Ivanchuk !
   Sep-14-17 Tal vs F Olafsson, 1975 (replies)
Nosnibor: 27..Rxd2 would have prolonged the game After 28 Rxe8+ Kg7, 29 Nxd2 Bd1 30 Rb2 Qd7 Black is still in the game.
   Sep-13-17 San Remo (1930) (replies)
Nosnibor: Kmoch authored a very good book "Rubinstein`s Chess Masterpieces". Naturally his win in this tournament is not included in the collection.
   Sep-12-17 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
Nosnibor: <Whitehat> Pillsbury and Charousek should be considered but early deaths robbed them of ultimate greatness.
   Sep-08-17 James Mahood
Nosnibor: In the 1913 British Championship he was the only player to beat Yates who won the event outright. In the last round he lost to Blackburne and would have tied for first had Yates not won.
   Sep-08-17 Glenn E J Lambert
Nosnibor: Glenn hailed from Portsmouth and I recall playing him in the last round of an extremely strong Hastings Challengers Tournament in January 1974 when he would have been only sixteen years old. The game was drawn after26 moves and I employed the Bogo-Indian Defence. Shocked to know ...
   Sep-07-17 Creassey Edward Tattersall (replies)
Nosnibor: His full name was Creasey Edward Cecil Tattersall and he died in Lyme Regis..According to his obituary in the B.C.M. he wasthe former keeper of the Department of Textiles in the Victoria and Albert Museum. For many years he was the foremost authority on endgames and was the author ...
   Sep-05-17 Wilfred Henry Pratten
Nosnibor: In my last post I should have stated Pratten and not Fawcett in my first line.
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