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Gerhard Niemand vs Peter Keffler
corr (1970) (correspondence)
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Traxler Counterattack Bishop sac line (C57)  ·  0-1

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Sep-07-06  hellstrafer: "Niemand" means "noone" in German. Possibly a German NN? :)
Sep-07-06  dehanne: It also means 'no one' in Dutch. Hardly surprising, since the two languages are like brother and sister.
Sep-07-06  dahlo: This is too crazy it also means 'no one' in Flemish! ;)
Sep-07-06  dahlo: Actually 'G. Niemand' is someone in the NIC database. :)
Sep-07-06  weary willy: I think the player of black is Peter Keffler http://members.aol.com/clactonchess...
Sep-10-06  mack: Lovely stuff - this is surely GOTD material. 'Niemand's Land'.
Sep-11-06
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  Calli: Poor Keffler, losing to a nobody like that. 8->
Sep-11-06  sneaky pete: <Calli> Who won?
Sep-11-06
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  Calli: oops! I guess Keffler beat nobody that day. Do you get any rating points for that?
Sep-11-06  EmperorAtahualpa: "Niemand"? No one could possibly have that name. :)

Anyway, I found that his first name is Gerhard and I've found one Gerhard from Germany and one from South Africa. I guess it's more likely it's the German guy and this might very well be him: http://www.niemand-optik.de/pics/po... He's an optician from Berlin.

Sep-11-06  sneaky pete: <EmperorAtahualpa> You're close, but this Gerhard Niemand (age 75) is a retired banker from Austria. I played 4 king's gambits against him in a theme tournament, 2 draws in the preliminaries in 1995 and (with incredible luck) 2 wins in the finals in 2004/2005.

ICCF TT 95/7 F
date 2004/2005
white sneaky pete
black my name is nobody
eco C39
1.e4 e5
2.f4 exf4
3.Nf3 g5
4.h4 g4
5.Ne5 Nf6
6.Bc4 d5
7.exd5 Bg7
8.d4 Nh5
9.Nc3 0-0
10.Ne2 c5
11.c3 cxd4
12.cxd4 Re8
13.Bxf4 Nxf4
14.Nxf4 f6
15.Ne6 Qa5+
16.Qd2 Qxd2+
17.Kxd2 Bxe6
18.dxe6 fxe5
19.d5 Rc8
20.Bb3 Bf8
21.e7 Bxe7
22.d6+ Kg7
23.dxe7 Re8
24.Rhf1 Rxe7
25.Rf5 Nc6
26.Raf1 Rd8+
27.Ke3 Rd6
28.Rf7+ Kh6
29.Bc2 Rdd7
30.R7f6+ Kh5
31.g3 Nd4
32.Bb3 Nf3
33.Be6 Rc7
34.Bd5 Nxh4
35.gxh4 b6
36.R1f5+
1-0.

Sep-11-06  hellstrafer: Another funny thing: Keffer means "pothead" in German. This guy is Keffler, but still...
Jun-23-08  MEISTERBRAU: And remember captain NEMO! (=Niemand)
Jun-23-08
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  whiteshark: Nobody should have made a strategic withdrawal: <11.Nf3!>.
Feb-21-09  JonathanJ: <hellstrafer> actually the word is "kiffer"
Feb-25-11  bastiaan0740: Cute game.

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