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Jean Defuse
Member since Oct-22-17 · Last seen Dec-08-21
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   Jean Defuse has kibitzed 869 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-07-21 Zukertort vs J S Jones, 1884 (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... Is this game part of a simul? The St. Louis Globe-Democrat (1886.07.10) doesn't say anything about it: ...
   Dec-07-21 Zukertort vs J Waldstein, 1884
Jean Defuse: ... After eight hours play <Zukertort won nine games, lost two and drew one.> ...
   Dec-06-21 Thomas Ross
Jean Defuse: ... <Thomas Richard Edmund Ross> ...
   Dec-05-21 S M Goldstein
Jean Defuse: ... S M Goldstein defeated Edward Lasker, Pillsbury and Marshall in simultaneous exhibitions. ...
   Dec-05-21 Harry Nelson Pillsbury
Jean Defuse: ... Herr P. spielte 13 Partien gleichzeitig; seine Gegner waren die Herren Ahrenbeck, Dr. Antze, Brinkmann, Garso, Gartelmann, Herford, Möschler, Schaaff, Schwartze, Valett, Zahn <(Mitglieder des Vereins)> ... see: Harry Nelson Pillsbury (kibitz #1018) <Only H(ermann)
   Nov-30-21 John Henderson
Jean Defuse: ... [Event "12-board blindfold display"] [Site "Ottawa, House of Commons"] [Date "1884.01.31"] [EventDate "1884.01.31"] [White "Zukertort, Johannes Hermann"] [Black "Henderson, John"] [Result "*"] [SetUp "1"] [FEN " [DIAGRAM] "] <'... owing to the ...
   Nov-26-21 W M Popert vs La Bourdonnais, 1840 (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... "The subjoint specimen of masterly Chess-skill was played, only a few days before [ Louis Charles Mahe De La Bourdonnais ] decease, with Mr. P---t, the strongest opponent whom he encountered on this occasion of his visiting England." After 33...Rxg4: [DIAGRAM] "At this ...
   Nov-20-21 Henry Maxwell Prideaux
Jean Defuse: ... This would have to be <Henry Maxwell Prideaux> (1857–1925). see: ...
   Nov-15-21 Biographer Bistro (replies)
Jean Defuse: ... <jnpope: Maurice played: 1st series: 3 games (+3=0-0 for Zukertort) 2nd series: 4 games (+2=0-2 for Zukertort) 3rd series: 6 games (+6=0-1 for Zukertort)> A game from 1884.1.6 - ...
   Nov-02-21 Peter Romanovsky
Jean Defuse: ... <The early Peter Romanovsky> [Event "St Petersburg"] [Date "1907.??.??"] [White "Romanovsky, Peter Arsenievich"] [Black "Romanovsky, Alexander Arsenievich"] [Result "1-0"] [SetUp "1"] [FEN " [DIAGRAM] "] 1. Qh6 Nh5 2. Qxh5 gxh5 3. Nh6+ Kh8 4. Rg1 ...
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Jan-05-19  martin moller: Hello Mr.Jean Defuse and congratulations with your forum, you have a lot of interesting posts, especially the old Danish games. I have done a little research myself but never come across the Blankensteiner games. You know maybe Blankensteiner had a opponent Holm, but no games has survived, maybe you can help ?
Jan-10-19  martin moller: I´m a little surprised that Mollerstrom posted games in Deutsche Schach zeitung, i knew that Soren Anton Sorensen did. But of course Von der Lasa also visited Copenhagen chess club in the 1840, so the danes did have a link to Germany at that time.
Jan-10-19  zanzibar: Hi <JD>. Thanks for your comment on my blog.

I've left a reply concerning the chess autographs here:

zanzibar chessforum (kibitz #359)

Let me know if it satisfies your request. If not I'll try to dig into it a bit more later... thx.

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  mifralu: Peter Schwengers (kibitz #6)

<[Black "Ash, Dr"] = Asch, J.L.>

Original aus der Schachzeitung, Juni 1863, S.181

Bericht über Schwengers "Blindlingsspiel" auf S.145

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  Jean Defuse: ...

Danke <mifralu>! I'm upload the game with corrections:

P Schwengers vs J L Asch, 1863


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  Ziryab: If you email me (there is a link to do so at, I can email all of Beale's games in ChessBase or PGN format.

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