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pandje
Member since Nov-01-15 · Last seen Jun-16-21
I am Dutch, I like chess and find the way Paul Morphy played, beautifully and miraculously.

   pandje has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Jul-07-20 Morphy vs J McConnell, 1849
 
pandje: High trees, how exceptional beautiful they are growing above other trees in the mountains- getting always in real life, the hardest storms, and rains, and thunder and sometimes... the sun ☀️, and an eagle 🦅. I admire, such a lonely beautiful original tree- ...
 
   Feb-06-20 Morphy vs T Lichtenhein, 1857 (replies)
 
pandje: Morphy, the wizard. What a moves. What a thinking. What beautiful.
 
   Jan-04-20 Morphy vs E Morphy, 1849
 
pandje: Morphy, knew already blindfold- by move 11.d5, the outcome of the game. And with move 20.Tower e7, he was just like a child, building up with his blocks, and invented move 20. - to make so, the way save..., fore his Queen. (What a beautiful move, with his tower e7!).It looks all so ...
 
   Nov-25-19 Morphy vs NN, 1857
 
pandje: NN moves on number 10, his horse to A5, what an extremely tense for Morphy, not to withdraw his Queen immediately, (what we should do). He must have seen 8 moves easily ahead already, to stay calm. His moves looks like a ballet, on the chessboard. I pitifully never encounter such ...
 
   Nov-23-19 J Schulten vs Morphy, 1857 (replies)
 
pandje: Morphy, thank you for all the beautiful, incredible games- you left for us. Games, we can’t understand, because we can’t learn or understand your magical way of thinking. Each game, give me a smile and puzzling mind.
 
   Nov-11-19 Morphy vs NN, 1857 (replies)
 
pandje: It looks like Morphy is washing the windows..., and wins on a miraculous unknown way. His mind is far away- I wish I could think like him. He never thinks, now I have more points, no- Morphy walks into the beautiful unknown.
 
   Nov-05-19 Morphy vs A Perrin, 1857
 
pandje: Qc7, is although Alphonse good playing, his final convulsion.
 
   Oct-11-19 Morphy vs A Reif, 1857 (replies)
 
pandje: Qween h7, we will never set- we can’t think about such a move. We even can,t think so much moves in front. Morphy learns us- that chess is a wonderful play, the play of a child, who makes wonderful moves, and smiles about his inventions, and at the astonishing faces of his genius ...
 
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