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Member since May-28-11 · Last seen Nov-29-21
Just doing research...

   jnpope has kibitzed 1185 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-28-21 Harry Nelson Pillsbury
jnpope: I can be reached at "" under the username "mca". There currently is no mail server attached to the chessarch domain.
   Nov-27-21 Biographer Bistro
jnpope: If I recall correctly that advertisement ran more than once. I'm not sure if the advert on the 9th showed up in a search I think I had to visually find it. As for the number of editions I have no idea.
   Nov-25-21 Carlsen - Nepomniachtchi World Championship Match (2021) (replies)
jnpope: <fabelhaft>: I expect the World Champion to excel in all forms of chess, so it wouldn't bother me at all if that's how things turned out. Not much different than 12 classic tc draws ending in a speed match.
   Nov-21-21 Alterman vs D Rogic, 1998 (replies)
jnpope: At best it looks like Regex foo, so perhaps Perl or a cousin?
   Nov-16-21 Zukertort vs NN, 1884
jnpope: <Yesterday at 3 p.m., champion, Dr. Zukertort, commenced his blindfold contest against 12 players, in the Railway Committee Room. The rules under which the games were conducted were: That no consultation between players was to be held, that the champion should make first move in ...
   Nov-14-21 J Adair vs Zukertort, 1884
jnpope: If this was played on the Jan-10, then it is probably not a match game: <On Thursday, the 10th inst., the champion met and fought Mr. James Morgan in a game lasting five hours, which resulted in a draw. In the evening Dr. Zukertort won two games from Mr. Hosmer, the first the ...
   Nov-13-21 A Sellman vs Zukertort, 1883
jnpope: <Nosnibor>: This game was definitely played on the 17th (on the 27th Zukertort was in Louisville, KY finishing up a blindfold simultaneous started the day before and was then playing offhand games with A. B. Hodges that afternoon (Hodges was sent to Louisville by the newspaper ...
   Nov-12-21 Zukertort vs A Sellman, 1883
jnpope: Mystery solved. Two games only. Period. Full stop. Don't believe anything else. From Sellman's own column comes: <The second match game between Messrs. Zukertort and Sellman was played last Monday afternoon and evening, and resulted in a victory for Dr. Zukertort on the 45th move.
   Nov-09-21 Zukertort vs M Judd, 1883
jnpope: Full source: St. Louis Daily Globe-Democrat, 1883.12.30, p15
   Nov-09-21 M Judd vs Zukertort, 1884
jnpope: This was the fourth match game played between Judd and Zukertort. The only involvement Hoffer had was annotating it for the Chess Monthly. Source: St. Louis Daily Globe-Democrat, 1884.01.19, p9.
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