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Jean Defuse
Member since Oct-22-17 · Last seen Dec-09-19
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   Jean Defuse has kibitzed 427 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-09-19 Duchamp vs S Takacs, 1932
 
Jean Defuse: ... Tim Harding: 'The game was given as a win for Duchamp in Mega Corr database (maybe source was wrong because Sandor Takacs died) <but officially it was 0-0 and a draw would have been the correct result.'> ...
 
   Dec-03-19 Alexander Petrov
 
Jean Defuse: ... <Alexander Petrov's portrait> https://1.bp.blogspot.com/--IVjb-bR... ...
 
   Dec-03-19 Salo Landau
 
Jean Defuse: ... <An unknown side to Salo Landau> by Bob van de Velde https://www.kwabc.org/en/newsitem/a... ...
 
   Nov-30-19 Alfreds Hartmanis (replies)
 
Jean Defuse: ... [Event "Offhand Game"] [Site "Riga, Boersen Cafe"] [Date "1914.10.10"] [White "Hartmanis, Alfreds"] [Black "Nimzowitsch, Aaron"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "C13"] 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Bg5 dxe4 5. Nxe4 Nbd7 6. Nf3 Be7 7. Nxf6+ Bxf6 8. Qd2 Bxg5 9. Nxg5
 
   Nov-30-19 Blackburne vs B Cockayne, 1873
 
Jean Defuse: ... Blackburne played a blindfold simultaneous display against nine members of the Sheffield Chess Club and a visitor from Huddersfield, winning six, drawing two, and losing two. https://mannchess.org.uk/Events/187... ...
 
   Nov-24-19 Hans Julius Gebhard
 
Jean Defuse: ... <Hans Julius Gebhard-Elsass:> https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_... ...
 
   Nov-19-19 Schaya Niemzowitsch
 
Jean Defuse: ... (Niemzowitsch played without the a1 rook) [Event "Odds Game"] [Site "Riga, Cafe Fingerhut"] [Date "1906.??.??"] [White "Niemzowitsch, Shaya A"] [Black "NN"] [Result "1-0"] [SetUp "1"] [FEN " [DIAGRAM] "] 1. Qh6+!! Kg8 (After 1... Kxh6 there is a mate ...
 
   Nov-17-19 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
Jean Defuse: ... W Blumich = Max Bluemich ! ...
 
   Nov-17-19 Carl Hartlaub
 
Jean Defuse: ... From 'Dr. Harlaub's Glanzpartien' (Leipzig 1923): [Event "Odds Game"] [Site "Bremen, BSG"] [Date "1923.03.17"] [White "Hartlaub, Carl"] [Black "Wahle"] [Result "1-0"] [SetUp "1"] [FEN " [DIAGRAM] "] 1. Rxe7 Qxe7 2. Rxf6 gxf6 3. Nf5 Qe4 4. Qg5+ fxg5 5. ...
 
   Nov-17-19 Hartlaub vs Teichmann, 1922
 
Jean Defuse: ... Played in the 'Schachgesellschaft Angustea' (18.07.1922) <Hartlaub's opponent was Teichmann from Erfurt> - see DSZ 1923, p. 186. ( Richard Teichmann lived from 1921 until his death in Berlin ...) ...
 
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jan-05-19
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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 ?
Jan-10-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  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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