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Member since Dec-21-14 · Last seen Feb-17-22
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   OMH has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-05-21 Loewenthal vs Harrwitz, 1853 (replies)
OMH: It seems to me that Black's 50th move should probably be Qc4, which is what is given in the British Chess Review, December 1853, page 375.
   Aug-25-20 Loewenthal vs Harrwitz, 1853
OMH: This game was also published in The Chess Player's Chronicle, January 1854, p. 13, and there Black's 41st move is clearly given as "R. to Q. R. second", that is to say Ra7.
   Jun-03-20 Louis Eichborn
OMH: For a while I naively thought there might have been a player named R. Eichborn, perhaps a Commandant, but I now realise that "Comm. R." stands for Commerzien-Rat, an honorary title bestowed on Louis Eichborn.
   Apr-18-20 Veijo Maki (replies)
OMH: The surname is Mäki. Born in Mänttä.
   Oct-09-19 L Maczuski vs I Turgenev, 1861 (replies)
OMH: Published in La Nouvelle Régence, September 1861, page 275.
   Aug-24-19 Paulsen vs Morphy, 1857 (replies)
OMH: <FSR> 18 Be3 is not illegal if White has played 17 d4 first, as in Mr Stockfish's learned analysis.
   Aug-05-19 Rhodes / Cadman vs Saint-Amant, 1847
OMH: This game was played in Leeds in May 1847. One of the allies was John Rhodes . The game was first published in Le Palamède in June 1847 (page 271), and then in the Chess Player's Chronicle on October 16, 1847 (page 328). There is one difference between those two publications: Le ...
   Jul-09-19 L D Barbour vs P Ware, 1876
OMH: The ending of the game is not preserved, but "White finally inadvertently stalemated his adversary", as the tournament book (p. 133) puts it.
   Jul-06-19 H Davidson vs M Judd, 1876
OMH: The tournament book gives a few more moves: 52 h4 h5 53 Kg6 Kg3 54 Kxh5 Kf4 55 Kg6 and Mr. Judd resigned.
   Feb-22-19 Kieseritzky vs Von Guttceit, 1832
OMH: According to Schachzeitung, October 1855, p. 305, they also played another game which was identical up to 16 Kh1, but Black then chose 16 ... Qxe5, followed by 17 Rxf7 Qxg5 18 Rxf8+ Kd7 19 Qd3+ Kc7 20 Qg3+ Kb6 21 Na4+ Ka5 22 Qc3+ Kxa4 23 Qa3#.
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