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   Paarhufer has kibitzed 199 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-30-17 Lasker vs J F Barry, 1904 (replies)
Paarhufer: That's a pretty big mistake! The Lasker monograph ( ) has also Barry - Lasker (p. 800)!
   May-30-17 Biographer Bistro (replies)
Paarhufer: <RetireBorn: Perhaps Herr P could tell us whether there is in fact a German-language equivalent of CG?> If someone is really interested in German chess historians, then it could be an information that one of the more known figures recently died. This obituary ...
   May-29-17 Charles Maurian (replies)
   May-28-17 Hastings (1895) (replies)
Paarhufer: <solskytz: One should mention that Lasker was ill with Typhus at the time of the tournament, and almost died.> Lasker's illness begun at the end of October 1894 (newspapers reported on a cancelled appointment). The following text is from the <The Belfast News-Letter>, ...
   May-27-17 Arthur Henry Trott (replies)
Paarhufer: <Tabanus: (and lost!)> I see. The chessplayer A.H. Trott commented in BCM 1950, pages 239-240 his win against Leonard William Barden (the game was played on board one in the match between Oxford University and the Metropolitan C.C.). Maybe <roberts partner> still ...
   May-25-17 Tomas Sika (replies)
Paarhufer: <Schweda -- Sika (Brno 1929)> Sika and a player named Šveda (the spelling is confirmed by one Czech and one German source, but one can never be completely sure) from Brno met in a preliminary group of the main tournament. So, the position could be from that game. ...
   May-22-17 NN vs Blackburne, 1884 (replies)
Paarhufer: <z: so was it from his book w/Graham?> I thought that you are a Google books user ... The game is no. 170 on page 164. It was played in Simpson's Divan. The comment to White's 6th move is originally a note printed after the game without being assigned to a move. The game ...
   May-13-17 Capablanca / Kmoch vs Euwe / Lilienthal, 1935 (replies)
Paarhufer: This game was played in a radio broadcast. Black's position became passive around move 20 and suspicious soon thereafter. White's last move, 34.♖f4, was a mistake. A winning plan could be ♖1f2, ♔h2, g4, g5. With a rook on the third rank, White has sometimes ...
   May-09-17 Karlsbad (1911) (replies)
Paarhufer: <keypusher: Hugo's first loss in the tournament.> Well, this game was played in round six, when Suechting had wins against Jaffe, Chajes, and Dus Chotimirsky, a draw with Perlis and a loss against Kostic - if all games were finished. Then he commits this blunder. What does ...
   May-07-17 Ludwig Engels (replies)
Paarhufer: In 2016 a biography appeared: "Vom Rhein nach São Paulo" by Friedrich-Karl Hebeker, see When I began to read, I was in doubt because of some inaccuracies, but it is absolutely worth reading.
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