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   Aug-29-23 Biographer Bistro (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: <jnpope> Thank you very much for your workarounds, they certainly work! That being said, they are not overly intuitive and I am concerned that the average user will not be aware of them; it should not be necessary to have to do this. It still seems
   Jul-22-23 Euwe - Keres (1939/40) (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: (Continuing from previous post) (7) <(After the 1939 Olympiad), the members of the German team, including their best player Erich Eliskases, chose to remain in Argentina, as did most elite players such as Miguel Najdorf and Gideon Stahlberg.> In my opinion, this ...
   Jun-30-23 Margate (1939)
chesshistoryinterest: <John Saunders> In the Raud-Thomas game, Black seems to just blunder a pawn for nothing and the rest of what is given is White just hanging on to it; White seems to do nothing special to deserve his win, so you wonder why they thought it was worth publishing it. ...
   Jun-28-23 Golombek vs Keres, 1939 (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: <John Saunders> Interesting tweets, thanks. I take your point that the earliest source has precedence. My understanding is that Keres always kept a copy of his scoresheets. Keres played thousands of games, so even if the 'Paul Keres - Photographs and Games' people
   Jul-01-22 Berthold Englisch
chesshistoryinterest: <Chessist> A really great find, much thanks to you for posting this. Did "Schach" magazine give what their source was?
   Aug-09-21 Istvan Csom (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: <jessicafischerqueen> Thanks, I didn't actually know that. I'm not quite sure what website they imported it from, but all the likely possibilities that I checked had crosstables that seemed fine. So maybe Rusbase has different software/programming and it occurs on
   Jul-19-21 Mechislovas Birmanas (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: <hemy> (continuing from my previous post) I offer a few final corrections/suggestions to the 2nd edition of "Jews in Lithuanian chess history". Although you have abandoned that project, you could be copying some of the material over to your new project, so perhaps
   Aug-02-20 Vladimir Petrov (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: <jessicafischerqueen> <hemy> JFQ, that's unfortunate. Ok, I can maybe do this myself. I'll have to leave it 2-3 weeks though, as a couple of very pressing matters have come up. Could you possibly give me your opinion on my conclusion that the three accusers
   Jul-26-20 Martin Villemson
chesshistoryinterest: <jessicafischerqueen>, <Tabanus> Good that all of us agree that this is the correct date. I think this fairly well confirms it. Ironic that Batgirl had 4 differing dates and we came up with a fifth...! Given so many differing dates, I think this is a good ...
   Jul-15-20 W Hasenfuss vs M Luckis, 1931 (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: I played over this game and it didn't make sense. Checking the source, Black's 11th move should be cxd4, not c4.
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