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Nosnibor
Member since Aug-01-10 · Last seen Feb-24-17
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   Nosnibor has kibitzed 292 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-15-17 Ferdinand Schindler
 
Nosnibor: Did this man ever play Paul List ?
 
   Feb-14-17 Cecil Valentine De Vere (replies)
 
Nosnibor: In the introduction it states that De Vere lost a match to Zukertort in 1874 and two games are given both being wins by the latter. This was not a match but an Handicap tournament and De Vere lost by 2-1. The game not in the db was a brilliant win by De Vere.
 
   Feb-08-17 Robert Ferguson
 
Nosnibor: In the game shown in chessbase.com Alexy missed a win at move 32 instead of 32 Bh3? she should have played 32 Bc4+ winning a Rook ! Hardly brilliant chess championship chess by both players.
 
   Jan-26-17 Gideon Stahlberg
 
Nosnibor: I understand that he was diabetic but never took care of his health by imbibing in drink. R.I.P. GM Stahlberg.
 
   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.
 
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