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   Nosnibor has kibitzed 305 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-28-17 Keith Bevan Richardson (replies)
Nosnibor: <ChessHigherCat> That is my name and I am surprised that as you are from Costa Rica that you have read the novel"Nowhere"by the Victorian author Butler. I promise that I was not aware of the original connection!
   Apr-26-17 USSR Championship (1949)
Nosnibor: This was Geller`s debut and he scored 10 wins which exceeded both of the joint winners decisive games.Also noticeable is that he scored 4.5 points against the first six without losing a single game.
   Apr-17-17 Alfred Maurice Hallmark (replies)
Nosnibor: He also played in the 1951 British Championship and finished with a respectable 6/11.He had a win against Penrose and a draw against Barden. Not heard of him for a long time. But if he is still around happy birthday Mr. Hallmark.
   Apr-13-17 Metger / Schiffers / Teichmann vs Charousek, 1897 (replies)
Nosnibor: Charousek did not play solely against these players he was assisted also by Marco and Suchting.
   Apr-13-17 Peter Richard Markland
Nosnibor: Happy birthday Peter. Your book that you produced in 1975 "The Best Of Karpov" is one of the best I have read and so instructive.
   Apr-04-17 Lajos Portisch (replies)
Nosnibor: <Zugswangovitch> The wins that you are referring to against Tal, Keres, Petrosian and Spassky were all played in the 1967 Moscow Tournament and I understand that Portisch won a special prize for his win against Keres. This was `The Work of Art` prize. This is not mentioned on
   Mar-22-17 Curacao Candidates (1962) (replies)
Nosnibor: <Petrosianic> Thanks for your comments but Keres won the right to play whereas Geller obtained his place by concession. The playoff decided this because Geller had the better SB score in the original event.
   Mar-14-17 Leslie S Tate (replies)
Nosnibor: It should go on record that in 1967 he won the British U21 Championship and also shared the Northern Open Junior title the year before. After 1968 he appeared only to play local club and county chess.
   Mar-14-17 Jonathan Penrose (replies)
Nosnibor: <Sally Simpson> The diagram you have shown is not the correct one. The position you have shown is an easy win for Black. The three black pawns on the Kings side should all be Bishops on black squares ! Its not April fools day yet !
   Feb-15-17 Ferdinand Schindler
Nosnibor: Did this man ever play Paul List ?
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