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   mifralu has kibitzed 80 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-24-18 Chaseray
mifralu: Probably Charles Emile Chaseray.
   Feb-21-18 James Adams Congdon (replies)
mifralu: <A Chess Apostle Our life long friend, Gen. James A. Congdon, has contributed the following resume of his chess career, which is very welcome - all but the "farewells". Besides the distinct recollection of his personal presence, we have a prized counterfeit presentment of the ...
   Feb-20-18 K A Walbrodt vs Tarrasch, 1898
mifralu: <'The Field' says it gives this game as a "historical record"; with the following introduction: "Walbrodt came one hour and a half late, took his seat as if nothing had occurred, read his correspondence and papers between the moves, took his breakfast at the table, caught up with
   Feb-19-18 Lasker vs D W Van Rennes, 1898 (replies)
mifralu: Lasker scored +30 -1 =2 Source: De Telegraaf, 9 April 1898.
   Feb-19-18 Lasker vs J J Colpa, 1898
mifralu: Lasker scored +26 -4 =1 Source: Algemeen Handelsblad, 9 April 1898.
   Feb-14-18 Lasker - Showalter (1893)
mifralu: Indianapolis News, 27 April 1893 <LASKER VS. SHOWALTER. The European Won But Two Games By Superior Play. [Special to The Indianapolis News.] Kokomo, April 27.—The comparatively easy defeat of Jackson W. Showalter by Herr Emanuel Lasker in the so-called international chess ...
   Feb-09-18 Zukertort vs I Rice, 1883
mifralu: From a blindfold simultaneous exhibition in New York (Manhattan CC) on November 10, 1883. Zukertort scored +4 -6 =2. Source: New York Clipper, 24 November 1883, p.600
   Feb-09-18 Capablanca vs W Clough, 1919 (replies)
mifralu: <From a simultaneous exhibition in Bradford, England on October 7, 1919.> According to History of the Bradford Chess Club 1853 - 1953, Part 4 of 4 he came to Bradford on 8th October, 1919. <Who was the greatest attraction of them all? Capablanca? At least no visit aroused ...
   Feb-08-18 Budapest (1896)
mifralu: <zanzibar> <<Semyon Alapin withdrew at the last minute....> and Gyula Makovetz Source: Neue Hamburger Zeitung / 07 Oct 1896/ Page 6
   Feb-07-18 Jackson Whipps Showalter
mifralu: <rookhouse> Nellie Showalter - Emanuel Lasker <"When I first came to New York I played with Mr. Lasker a match of five games up. He gave the odds of a knight and I beat him five to two."> Third game of the match:
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