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   Mibelz has kibitzed 62 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-18-10 0 (replies)
Mibelz: The game "Wanda ¯artobliwy vs. Karol Wojty³a'' (nr 16) is an apocryphal one.
   Feb-18-10 Hans Roepstorff
Mibelz: H. Roepstorff (Röpstorff, Ropstorff)
   Feb-15-10 Horace Ransom Bigelow (replies)
Mibelz: <Resignation Trap> According to Horace Ransom Bigelow, was born in 1898 in St. Paul, MN; died 1980 ; He went to Oxford and later was the Librarian at the New York Athletic Club and he lived at 39 Bayless Ave, Port Washington, L.I., NY. ...
   Jan-28-10 Ove Kinnmark (replies)
Mibelz: Ove Kinnmark was born in 1944, so he did not play against Keres at Lidkoping 1944. It was Olof Kinnmark (1897-1970).
   Mar-08-09 Yaakov Mashian
Mibelz: He, as Houshang Mashian, played thrice for Iran in Chess Olympiads at Munich 1958, Tel Aviv 1964, and Siegen 1970.
   Feb-07-09 Adrian Garcia Conde (replies)
Mibelz: <whiteshark> Adrián García Conde tied for 6-7th with Solomon Rosenthal at Hamburg 1910 (the 17th DSB Congress, Hauptturnier A, won by Gersz Rotlewi).
   Feb-02-09 Berthold Suhle (replies)
Mibelz: Berthold Suhle was born in Stolp (S³upsk, Pommerania, then Kingdom of Prussia, now Poland), studied philosophy, philology and nature in Berlin (1855-1957) and Bonn (1857-1859), and was named a professor in 1895. He won a match with Bartolomeo Forlico (11.5 : 9.5) at Venice 1858, ...
   Feb-02-09 J Dobias vs J Podgorny, 1952 (replies)
Mibelz: <Honza Cervenka> Josef Dobiaš was born 24 December 1886 and died 31 January 1981. Do you know his birthplace and deathplace ?
   Jan-27-09 Karel Treybal (replies)
Mibelz: Treybal won ahead of Hromadka at Tomsk (Siberia, Russia) 1919.
   Jan-21-09 Alfred Flatow (replies)
Mibelz: <Benzol> Is Alfred Flatow (chess player) a kinsman of Alfred Flatow (1869-1942) and Gustav Flatow (1875-1945), both famous German gymnastics?
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