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   Gejewe has kibitzed 213 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-10-20 Charles Amar (replies)
Gejewe: <Jean Defuse> Tartakower wrote about 1.Nh3 on different occasions, for example in "Ideas Modernas en las Aperturas de Ajedrez" . The game between Amar and Tartakower was an analytical game ("partida analytica") but here only a couple of moves are given. The first tournament ...
   May-17-20 G Welling vs D Hergott, 1990
Gejewe: No definitely not.. Deen scored an IM norm in this 15 round event and I finished just short of it. Though to be honest I was out at a relatively early stage with a 0/2 start and a 0/3 streak in the middle. Even winning the last three rounds was not sufficient (but it knocked two ...
   May-09-20 I Veltmander vs R Nezhmetdinov, 1948 (replies)
Gejewe: <PawnSac> A bit strange, another source (Chessbase) continues the game with 11..g5 12.Bg3 f5 0-1 In that final position it is not clear of Black has something after let's say 13.0-0-0!?. The starting point of a fight, not a position to resign. It happens more often that old ...
   Apr-17-20 Staunton vs E Williams, 1851
Gejewe: In the excellent book “Howard Staunton – the English world chess champion” (1975) the authors Keene and Coles discuss Staunton's modern approach to flexibility connected with this particular game. Of course 3.g3.. looks very strange to say the least but let us look at the ...
   Mar-24-20 Nimzowitsch vs Herman Oehrn / Schmidt, 1910 (replies)
Gejewe: <MissScarlett> You are right that Nimzowitsch had the white pieces. The source of this game is given as "Skjoldager and Nielsen pp.124-125". I have just checked the book and it is Nimzowitsch - Oehrn / Schmidt and not the other way around. So it was just a mistake when entering
   Mar-17-20 Dake vs Kashdan, 1932
Gejewe: This seems to have been a wellknown theoretical line on those days. From my student days, when studying Alekhine's books, I remember a brilliant game Yates-Alekhine Kecskemét 1927 which has the following notes (in "Auf dem Wege zur Welmeisterschaft 1923-1927") 8..c5! "Dieser Zug, ...
   Jan-31-20 Gibraltar Masters (2020) (replies)
Gejewe: <Atking> The tiebreak rules : a maximum of 4 players allowed into the tiebreak, and in case of a larger number of candidates the performance rating. MVL's performance was one(!) ratingpoint lower than Paravyan's so he was out of contention... Paravyan was just in and went on to
   Jun-28-19 Hans Haberditz
Gejewe: Probably a typo in the biography but it was 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nd2 f5 (not ..f6) that Haberditz analysed and recommended. One of the major topics in his analytical work was 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c5!?, sometimes called the "Austrian defense"
   May-19-19 Euwe vs Lasker, 1920 (replies)
Gejewe: <Magpye> Correct, the game can be found on page 112 of Emanuel Lasker - Denker Weltenburger Schachweltmeister. As source the newspaper "Telegraaf" of 21 febr. 1920 is indicated. Besides, the additional text learns us that during Lasker's tour Euwe played two other games with ...
   May-13-19 Si Toemboek
Gejewe: A very interesting topic, the chess of the Batak people on Sumatra. There is some additional information easily available. In the early 2oth century the best chessplayer of the regency Tanah Karo in the province of North-Sumatra was the famous Si Narsar, who was named the Capablanca
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