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J M IJzerman vs Wilhelm Steinitz
Simul, 4b (1873) (exhibition), The Hague NED, Jul-10
Bishop's Opening: Calabrese Countergambit (C23)  ·  0-1

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Apr-01-21
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  MissScarlett: <Steinitz in London>, T. Harding, 2020, p.219:

<Bachmann (game 345) names White as "Hermann" but <Sissa> (1873), pages 181-182, shows that he was J. M. IJzerman (the diphthong IJ being roughly equivalent to the English letter Y) and that this was one of four games played in The Hague on July 10.>

Apr-01-21  sudoplatov: Could this J. IJzerman be related to Job IJzerman who wrote the rather nice 1918 book, "Harmony, Counterpoint, Partiemento" (A New Method Inspired by Old Masters)?

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