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   mifralu has kibitzed 487 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-22-22 Lasker vs A B Yurka / G Goldenberg, 1910
mifralu: Dr. Lasker followed the lecture with a simultaneous performance on <twenty> boards. After two hours of play the champion made a score of <18 wins, 1 loss and 2 drawn games.> The winner was C. S. Anderson of the Lyceum Chess Club of Brooklyn. Drawn games were scored bv ...
   May-21-22 Capablanca vs Rafferty / Sharp / Whitaker, 1910
mifralu: < The following game is one of the two contested by Capablanca simultaneously at the Mercantile Library, January 6. The game is well worth playing over. After Black had completed their twentieth move, Capablanca immediately pointed out that they should have won the game by ...
   May-20-22 Hans Thanhofer
mifralu: Photo:
   May-19-22 Capablanca vs A Friedman, 1933
mifralu: Koltanowski's column 'Chats on chess' has <Abraham> Friedma<n>. <Source "Corpus Christi Caller Times, 26 August 1956, Section 7D">
   May-17-22 F Canon vs E de Flaquer, 1905
mifralu: This game was played by Fernando Canon and Enrique de Flaquer, 1st Catalan Championship, Barcelona 1905
   May-14-22 R Kujoth vs J Fashingbauer, 1950
mifralu: <Nonetheless, in his own book, Chess is an Art, published much earlier, Kujoth himself had stated that Black resigned at move ten. From pages 106-107:>
   May-13-22 E F Wendell (replies)
mifralu: <jnpope> <"Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin, 30 May 1954, p. 19"> has 'played in Chicago on 02 November 1901.' FJ Wilmuth [sic] —>
   May-07-22 Alekhine vs Maurer, 1942 (replies)
mifralu: < "Mülhausen" > Not to be confused with < "Mühlhausen." >ühl...
   May-06-22 Koltanowski vs M Hofferbert, 1947 (replies)
mifralu: OAK RIDGE June 1.— An Oak Ridge man, Robert R. Coveyou, 111 Vermont Road, captured top honors in the first annual Tennessee chess tournament held here during the week end. Coveyou was crowned "King of Chess of Tennessee" following the final round of play today. He also took ...
   May-01-22 Paulsen vs H Schneider, 1864
mifralu: < L. Paulsen's blindfold game vs Schneider was, move for move, the same as the game he played in Dubuque published in NY Clipper. > Jay Whitehead's DB has <Mr. C—> Frederick William Chislett
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