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   whiteshark has kibitzed 35808 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-08-18 43rd Chess Olympiad (2018) (replies)
whiteshark: To my surprise solely <Germany> finished w/o a defeat. Even more so when one considers Meier's and Svane's underperformance (2562 resp 2536). Nisipeanu (2718), Fridman (2814!) and Bluebaum (2618) did largely enough. Overall only 3 losses (like USA, Russia, India,...) but ...
   Oct-08-18 Malshikov
whiteshark: <login> Great first post! Thanks, and welcome to <>. It seems now, that <Malichikov> and <Malshikov> should be scratched. also shows that Kasparov didn't play Malchikov there.
   Oct-08-18 whiteshark chessforum (replies)
whiteshark: London (1932) <MissScarlett: The Premier Reserves was jointly won by Adrian Garcia Conde and <R Schadle>, described in the <Linlithgowshire Gazette> as 'a brilliant young German.' A few weeks earlier, he'd won the London Boys' Championship. In between, he even ...
   Oct-08-18 London (1932) (replies)
whiteshark: <Tabanus: <Richard Schädle, Augsburg?>> Very likely, as the details fits. Chessbase Megabase has 36 hits, whereof 7 games w/ full score 2 games w/ fragments only and 27 w/ results only all played in 4 tournaments between 1932 and 1937. During this time he ...
   Oct-08-18 Malichikov
whiteshark: Who is this player? Or this one? Malshikov Not a single hit in Megabase 2018 on both of them
   Oct-08-18 Hugo Suechting
whiteshark: <Player of the Day> Bio in German: Game mentioned there: W John vs H Suechting, 1904
   Oct-07-18 Fidele Mutabazi (replies)
whiteshark: That's quite a chess-related first name.
   Oct-07-18 R Black vs F Mutabazi, 2018 (replies)
whiteshark: So Black has won ?
   Oct-07-18 V Iordachescu vs Jobava, 2018
whiteshark: Simple chess would have been <25...Bxf3 26.exf3 Qe7>. One might wonder what Black missed in his calculation?
   Oct-07-18 Jesse Nikki February vs P Mutesi, 2018
whiteshark: Chess is not all guns and roses.
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