American Chess Bulletin 1917 14
272 Seiten, Leinen, Reprint, Caissa 90-Olomouc, 1998
American Chess Bulletin 1917
International chess activity is curtailed due to the Great War and there is a greater concentration on correspondence chess. Emanuel Lasker beats old adversary Tarrasch 5-0, with just one draw, whilst in New York Cassel retires as join editor after 13 years, leaving Helms in sole charge of the ACB. 272pp.
|Autor||Hartwig CasselHermann Helms|
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