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   mifralu has kibitzed 376 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-26-20 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
mifralu: <jessicafischerqueen> <The following new game was played in the same event as these games:> Rather from three different tournaments! From <Skinner/Verhoeven> game #123, Page 34 Moscow Chess Club - Autumn Tournament, <October 1908 - January 1909> [Event ...
   Jun-17-20 Biographer Bistro (replies)
mifralu: <jessicafischerqueen: Before creating a new game page for each, I'd like to check if we already have one.> Raymond Le Pontois
   May-16-20 Lasker vs Gertrude Alison Anderson, 1898 (replies)
mifralu: Is there any indication that Mrs. Anderson was Gertrude Alison Anderson ?
   May-15-20 Kelly / Bateman vs Lasker / Brodsky, 1908 (replies)
mifralu: Brodsky is most likely <Adolph Brodsky>, also from Manchester: He also played against Lasker in Manchester on December 20, 1898 (Schiller Anstalt). [DIAGRAM] The game was concluded as follows: 1. Rg3 a4 2. Bd4 Qxd6 3. c3 axb3 4. Qf5 Bc8
   May-15-20 Lasker vs H C Moore, 1898
mifralu: So this report can't be right ? <"Cheltenham Examiner, 30 November 1898, p. 6"> On Friday evening Mr. Lasker encountered twenty-four Bristol district players at the Imperial Hotel, Clifton. He won sixteen games, drew two, and lost two; four games, commenced late, were ...
   May-15-20 Lasker vs Forbes, 1898
mifralu: The "Cheltenham Examiner" gives the following pretty finish from a simultaneous display at Cheltenham by Mr. Lasker recently: [DIAGRAM] White: E.Lasker Black: F. Forbes Robertson < Whyld (1998) game# 442, p. 81 > 1. Rxb5+ axb5 2. Qa7+ Rxa7 3. Rxa7# 1-0 <Cheltenham ...
   May-13-20 Paul List (replies)
mifralu: <hemy> Here is another "tournament" Bournemouth “Week-End” Congress, 18th to 20th November 1938 The second annual “Week-End” Congress held at Glenroy Hall Hotel, Bournemouth. “Premier” Tourney, Section A < 1st P. M. List, 2½ >2nd E. G. Sergeant 2; equal 3rd and 4th,
   May-13-20 John Boyd Dunlop
mifralu: J. BOYD DUNLOP, Dominion Chess Champion, 1938-39. The following is Mr Dunlop's chess record in New Zealand chess congresses: Tunaru, 1911-12, tie fourth place; Dunedin, 1920-1921, first place; Auckland, 1921-1922, first place; Christchurch, 1922-1923, first place; Wellington, ...
   May-10-20 John Keeble (replies)
mifralu: £9,000 Will Surprise of ex-Rail Clerk Who Was Chess Expert By OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT Mr. JOHN FREDERICK KEEBLE, of Rosary Road, Norwich, was in life a retired railway clerk and a brilliant chess player—one of the best in England just below the "master" standard. When he died ...
   May-09-20 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
mifralu: S Landau vs Euwe, 1939 (kibitz #2)
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