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Stonehenge
Member since Oct-02-06 · Last seen May-23-16
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   Stonehenge has kibitzed 5102 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-23-16 Hans Michael Frank (replies)
 
Stonehenge: Happy Birthday!!!! ( chessgames.com chessforum (kibitz #19578) )
 
   May-20-16 NN vs T Morris, 1978
 
Stonehenge: <1. e4 This took 7 months to play; the return address suggested that my opponent was in a federal institution. -- Thomas Miller> Miller or Morris? Not that it matters much :)
 
   May-20-16 Dragan Paunovic
 
Stonehenge: My Spanish isn't too good (Paunovic lived in Spain) but he died Wednesday night. That can be early Thursday morning: http://www.lavozdegalicia.es/notici...
 
   May-20-16 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
Stonehenge: Urcan himself made a big mistake when he got the wrong Meijer/Meyer here: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches... . He thought it was H D B Meijer but in fact it was Herman Meyer .
 
   May-19-16 J Davidson vs Euwe, 1924
 
Stonehenge: The first 45 moves were played in Rotterdam and the final moves in Amsterdam, six days later.
 
   May-18-16 Nicolas Dominguez Cowan (replies)
 
Stonehenge: Perhaps Nicolas Dominguez Cowan.
 
   May-14-16 Anna Hahn (replies)
 
Stonehenge: Anna Hāna here: https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_...
 
   May-11-16 Alfred Rumboll (replies)
 
Stonehenge: Born Aug-24-1836, died Jan-18-1911 according to the Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette, 26 Jan 1911.
 
   May-11-16 Manfred Mannke Sr (replies)
 
Stonehenge: Do Wah Diddy Diddy
 
   May-07-16 Frederick Lee Anspach (replies)
 
Stonehenge: "As for name changes, there was a chess player before WW1 called F. L. Anspach. The ever unreliable Chessgames site gives his full name as Frederick Lee Anspach. In fact he was Frederick Law Anspach. Anspach disappears from the chess records in about 1914, but after the war ...
 
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