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Daniel Freeman
D Freeman 
Photograph © 2012,  
Number of games in database: 13
Years covered: 1993 to 2018
Overall record: +10 -2 =1 (80.8%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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(born Sep-30-1967, died Jul-24-2018, 50 years old) United States of America

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Daniel Freeman was the co-founder of (with Alberto A Artidiello) and the chief programmer and webmaster for

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Meanwhile, you can see photos and some of his artwork:

Last updated: 2019-07-24 01:10:01

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Kenneth Harrison vs D Freeman 0-13019934th Annual South Florida OpenD11 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
2. D Freeman vs Laufer 1-0291993Ana CapriD87 Grunfeld, Exchange
3. A Artidiello vs D Freeman 1-0232001SkittlesD10 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
4. A Artidiello vs D Freeman ½-½452002SkittlesB01 Scandinavian
5. J Diaz vs D Freeman 0-1322004US OpenB23 Sicilian, Closed
6. D Freeman vs Robson 0-1292004US OpenD50 Queen's Gambit Declined
7. D Freeman vs K McDonald 1-0472011ICC 30 10 uA80 Dutch
8. D Freeman vs M Legein 1-0282011Florida State ChampionshipA58 Benko Gambit
9. NN vs D Freeman 0-1182016Facebook casual gameB20 Sicilian
10. D Freeman vs NN  1-0472018Chess Heroz 10 0 RapidA10 English
11. NN vs D Freeman  0-1662018Chess Heroz 10 0 RapidA03 Bird's Opening
12. NN vs D Freeman 0-1272018Chess Heroz 10 0 RapidB32 Sicilian
13. NN vs D Freeman 0-1242018Chess Heroz 10 0 RapidB20 Sicilian
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  Benzol: Happy 50th Daniel.


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  WorstPlayerEver: Happy Birthday! 🎉
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  moronovich: Happy Birthday !
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  whiteshark: Happy Birthday, <Daniel>!

May you be blessed with lots of love, happiness and success!! :D

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  tpstar: Happy Birthday!!
Feb-13-17  zanzibar: <IF YOUR BIRTHDATE IS FEBRUARY 13, you are impulsive! The horoscope for 13th February says that your zodiac sign is Aquarius. You are spontaneous to say the least. With your many interests and hobbies, it is hard to keep track of what you are doing at any given time.

Aquarians with February 13 birthday do not like to discuss what they are doing either. You like to remain somewhat mysterious. Your admirers find you interesting. Aquarians attract and spark up new friendships all the time. How you manage to stay single with all your good qualities is the question?>

Happy b-day.

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  WannaBe: Happy Boithday, Mr. D.!!!
Premium Chessgames Member Thanks everybody!
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  Annie K.: Oops, happy belated birthday! ;)
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  wordfunph: birthday happy!
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  WannaBe: Happy boithday!!!
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  wordfunph: according to Daniel, those who will greet him will be given 1 year free premmy :)
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  moronovich: Happy belated birthday <Daniel> !
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  Tabanus: Now again? Happy birthday!
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  whiteshark: I forgot to wish you on your birthday, but lets have a late cheer to remind you that you had a birthday. Hope you had lots of fun.
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  al wazir: I think there's a teensy weensy glitch in the Problem of the Day.
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  Stonehenge: Rest in Peace Daniel Freeman

After co-founder of Alberto A Artidiello passed away in 2015 at the age of 56, it is now with a deep feeling of sadness that I have to announce the untimely death of our beloved webmaster Daniel Freeman.

Daniel passed away on Tuesday the 24th at the age of only 51.

I don't know the circumstances of his death but I know a post will be made here chessforum later on.

What I do know is that he was a very friendly, kind and patient guy. He will be sorely missed. If there is a hereafter, I'm sure he and Alberto have already played a few games. They will be looking right now at us and this site and hoping it doesn't go to waste.

An effort will be made to return things to a semblance of normality soon.


Jul-30-18  ughaibu: Well, that's a shock, and sad news. My condolences to his family.
Jul-30-18  morfishine: This is shocking and terrible news. I am at a loss for words

My respects go out to his family

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  Tabanus: It's always the best who die :( is a poem by Nordahl Grieg as my comment on the sad news.

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  Big Pawn: This is very sad news. My sincere condolences go out to his family.
Jul-30-18  ChessHigherCat: R.I.P. Daniel Freeman and thank you for countless hours of comradery, instruction and entertainment!
Jul-30-18  TheFocus: Very sad to hear this.

R.I.P. Daniel Freeman.

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  offramp: Extremely sad news. I hope his relatives and friends can bear up, and look back on a great and productive life that brought joy to thousands.
Jul-30-18  JimNorCal: Sad news for chess players.
Daniel can proud of the database that was built, and of the community that came together to build it.
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