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I am a retired chessplayer

   mulde has kibitzed 45 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-17-21 Cunningham (replies)
mulde: My very compliments on your niece. Well, to investigate more about Mr. Al Cunningham, we easily can have a look in Wiki: "Alexander Cunningham of Block (1655–1730) was a Scottish jurist, and chess player. (...)"
   Nov-08-21 C W Vitzthum von Eckstaedt vs O Wuelfing, 1861
mulde: We can find a lot dealing with Conrad in a great article im German language:
   Nov-08-21 Conrad Waldemar Vitzthum von Eckstaedt
mulde: Well, lets call him Conny. He usualy played with black, seemingly. And he was good enough to get games with heroes like Max Lange, Kolisch, Schallopp, Dubois and even ANDERSSEN.
   Jun-26-21 R Lean vs E G Sergeant, 1908
mulde: Mr. Sargeant is well known since today but Mr. Lean seems to be forgotten or unknown in our times. However, this iis one of the early games with b4 / d4 i the Sicilian. The modern way in this gambit is to go on with a3 and c4 (con. -d5) instead of 3.d4, but Leans move doesn't look ...
   Jun-23-21 Staunton vs NN, 1841 (replies)
mulde: Very nice played by "Shakespeare" Staunton (1819 - 1874) who may be (the best and) most underestimated player of all times. He was the first "theoretican", and couldn't use only one elucidation of any predecessor. In some campaign he was demolished in oublic when he, an old and ill ...
   Nov-18-20 R Wormald vs J Wisker, 1868
mulde: Is there any game or analysis left from Mr.Wormald with "his" Spanish variation dealing with 5.Qe2?
   Sep-26-19 F Fischer vs Gruenfeld, 1923
mulde: First of all, in my eyes Felix Fischer should be noted as the White player as mentioned in many other comments on this site. He was the Fisherman in Vienna 1923. More than this, his arrangement is a highly flexible one. White's position after move 3 can be reached in an Alekhine as ...
   Sep-20-19 Marshall vs R Loman, 1902
mulde: This "Willy Loman" Gambit may be correct, and is almost great fun to play. Tarrasch's nice 2.-Qa5 is quite a rare move in our days but seemingly it comes up with an early -b7-b5-b4 and very sharp play.
   Sep-18-19 G MacDonnell vs A Mongredien, 1862
mulde: Why is it called "Bird Variation" here? What had Old Henry to do with that? On the base of its founder Alcock, let me suggest to call it "Penguin-Variation". Why that? a) To name it somehow with George... is the same as to call it "London...": Senseless confusing. b) To take ...
   Jun-29-19 Adolf Georg Olland (replies)
mulde: As an early example for an historian / chessmaster, Mr. Henry Thomas Buckle comes into my mind:
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