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   Nosnibor has kibitzed 331 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-23-17 Breslau (1889)
Nosnibor: <MissScarlett> If Blackburne was so religiously inclined not wanting to play on a Sunday, despite what I said in my previous post his second and third marriages were both conducted in a registry office. He was still entitled to be wed in a church being a widower himself. I ...
   Jun-22-17 A Adly vs I Vovk, 2007 (replies)
Nosnibor: Got it in two seconds. This is more like a Monday or Tuesday puzzle.
   Jun-21-17 Vladimir Simagin (replies)
Nosnibor: His best result would appear to be the 1961 USSR Championship where he finished in the top half and beat both Spassky and Stein. R.I.P. Grandmaster Simagin.
   Jun-19-17 Edward Pindar (replies)
Nosnibor: I do not agree with the introduction that Blackburne defeated Pindar twice. The evidence indicates that Pindar won the first match, lost the second and drew the third after it was abandoned at 4wins each with a number of draws. On classical games played between them ignoring a ...
   Jun-19-17 Von Bardeleben vs Blackburne, 1889 (replies)
Nosnibor: <Fanacas> See my comments on the Breslau 1889 tournament page which explains what really happened.
   Jun-18-17 Amsterdam (1889) (replies)
Nosnibor: With regard to Blackburne not playing it would appear that he was unwell and he had played at Breslau shortly before where he had suffered his worst performance since London 1862.He had arranged to meet Gunsberg at Liverpool St. Station and thence onto the boat ferry at Harwich. ...
   Jun-15-17 Henry Ernest Atkins
Nosnibor: In view of my last post it would appear that my Morphy link is Morphy-Bird-Blackburne-Atkins-James. Does this count as a link of4 ?
   Jun-14-17 Blackburne vs E Thorold, 1871
Nosnibor: This was part of a blindfold simultaneous exhibition held at the Cardiff Arms on 25th April 1871.Blackburne played 6 won 4 and drew 2.For some reason it does not appear in the magnificent tome on Blackburne by Tim Harding.
   Jun-10-17 Arthur Skipworth (replies)
Nosnibor: He seemed to have withdrawal symptoms in some of his later years.
   Jun-05-17 Csaba Horvath (replies)
Nosnibor: I find it hard to believe that the first two games in the db were played against seasoned masters when Horvath was only 11 years of age. Surely this must be a different Horvath.
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