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   Nosnibor has kibitzed 1244 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-02-22 Biographer Bistro (replies)
Nosnibor: <harrylime> Zukertort first learned the game at the age of 16 in 1858.In the early 1860`s he registered has a student at the University in Breslau in order to take a medical degree. This was after leaving Posen in 1862. In Breslau he first met Anderssen in November 1864 and ...
   Jul-02-22 Zukertort vs Wladim / Munk / Littduer, 1870
Nosnibor: The full name of Wladim is Wladimiroff and therefore needs amendment. Zukertort`s main opponent Munk lost 10-0 in solo games him.
   Jun-27-22 Ernst Falkbeer
Nosnibor: <Jean Defuse> According to MacDonnell he has said to have played Morphy but there is no game of his against the American super star in this collection.
   Jun-27-22 Andrew N Walker
Nosnibor: Happy birthday Andrew! We first met at the B.C.F. Congress at Aberystwyth 1961 whilst playing in the British Junior Championships and since then have met each other over the board in County Matches in the last 60 years.
   Jun-26-22 J Simpole vs J Hardinge, 1971
Nosnibor: <fredthebear> Yes they certainly did! I recall purchasing one of their books many years ago.
   Jun-18-22 Sven P Zeidler
Nosnibor: I visited Weymouth last week for a 5 day holiday and recalled when last playing here in a British Championship Qualifying Tournament. In the last round both my opponent and myself required a win to qualify for Swansea where the British Championship was to be held. Herewith is the ...
   Jun-17-22 Branko Damljanovic
Nosnibor: <bla bla> The Silver Lake event started June 2017. I assume that you met Damljanovic before the event and beat him in a friendly or simul game, although I don`t understand your final comment that "I have only 10 years".
   Jun-14-22 Phillip Edward Collier
Nosnibor: Phillip Collier was Honorary Secretary of the Leicestershire Chess Club from 1940 until his death on New Years Day 1966. He also won the Leicestershire Championship in 1938 and 1941. During the First World War he served in the Army from 1914 until 1918. By profession he was a ...
   Jun-12-22 Miles vs G Lane, 2001
Nosnibor: Miles along the wrong Lane!
   Jun-05-22 Paul R Kemp (replies)
Nosnibor: Yes it was in order to facilitate the move e5 to challenge the centre.
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