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Jean Defuse
Member since Oct-22-17 · Last seen Nov-12-19
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   Jean Defuse has kibitzed 416 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-12-19 W Frere vs Marshall, 1917
Jean Defuse: ... <The Marshall Gambit by Edward Winter> ...
   Nov-07-19 Reshevsky vs H Borochow, 1921 (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... Published in the ACB, July-Aug. 1921 p. 145, without a result. However, White presumably resigned because his position appears to be lost - after 36. Nb6 gxf6 37. Qxf6+ Kg8 38. Qxd8 Qe1# <This is not given as a simultaneous game!> ...
   Nov-07-19 Reshevsky vs J Grommer, 1921
Jean Defuse: ... ... The next day (26.8.) he (Reshevsky) encountered another <team of twelve and that time madet a clean sweep.> What that really meant can best be appreciated when it is known that among the defeated was Professor Jacques Grommer, who annexed the championship of the ...
   Nov-07-19 Reshevsky vs M Bruckstein, 1921 (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... Reshevsky scored +12 -0 =0, (ACB 1921, p. 168). ...
   Nov-07-19 Reshevsky vs B A Bernstein, 1921
Jean Defuse: ... On June 21 Reshevsky gave the first of two exhibitions (in San Francisco) at the Emporium's assembly room, scoring eleven wins and one draw 2 hours and 35 minutes. <The second event was held on June 23 at the Hotel St. Francis' Italian room, with Reshevsky taking only ...
   Nov-05-19 P Otto
Jean Defuse: ... The friendly 'Russian Chess Base' posted the match 'Otto v Lizel' (3.5-2.5, St.Petersburg Autumn 1886) including <two Otto wins>: ...
   Nov-03-19 Mark Taimanov (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... <'A brilliant Taimanov combination'> . [Event "Simultaneous exhibition"] [Site "UdSSR"] [Date "1964.??.??"] [White "Taimanov, Mark E"] [Black "NN"] [Result "1-0"] [SetUp "1"] [FEN " [DIAGRAM] "] 1. Bc4 Qxc4 2. Rxg7+ Kh8 3. Bxe5 Qxc2 4. Rf8+ Rxf8 ...
   Oct-29-19 Johan Behting
Jean Defuse: ... <Hitler sings 'My way':> ...
   Oct-29-19 Schandalik
Jean Defuse: ... The championship of Dresden won Illgen (11), in front of Vetter & dr. Wiarda (10.5), Barth (9.5), Dr. Palitzsch & Schandalik (9) ... (WSZ 1927, p. 228) ...
   Oct-27-19 Arthur Towle Marriott
Jean Defuse: ... A 'real' played game by Arthur Marriott v Blackburne was published in the Hawke's Bay Herald, 11 September 1886: 'The following is one of a number of simultaneous games played by Mr Blackburne at Nottingham in 1881' ? ...
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  martin moller: Hello Mr.Jean Defuse and congratulations with your forum, you have a lot of interesting posts, especially the old Danish games. I have done a little research myself but never come across the Blankensteiner games. You know maybe Blankensteiner had a opponent Holm, but no games has survived, maybe you can help ?
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  martin moller: Im a little surprised that Mollerstrom posted games in Deutsche Schach zeitung, i knew that Soren Anton Sorensen did. But of course Von der Lasa also visited Copenhagen chess club in the 1840, so the danes did have a link to Germany at that time.
Jan-10-19  zanzibar: Hi <JD>. Thanks for your comment on my blog.

I've left a reply concerning the chess autographs here:

zanzibar chessforum (kibitz #359)

Let me know if it satisfies your request. If not I'll try to dig into it a bit more later... thx.

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