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Art.-Nr.: LXFIAQFCH200410

Quarterly for Chess History 10

Summer 10/2004

484 Seiten, gebunden, Caissa 90-Olomouc, 2005.

Aus der Reihe »Quarterly for Chess History«

34,25 €
inkl. 7% MwSt., zzgl. Versandkosten
Details
Sprache Englisch
Autor Fiala, Vlastimil
Verlag Caissa 90-Olomouc
Reihe Quarterly for Chess History
Medium Buch
Gewicht 820 g
Breite 15,5 cm
Höhe 20,5 cm
Seiten 484
Erscheinungsjahr 2005
Einband gebunden
Inhalte

CHESS ARCHIVES

003 Oldrich Duras. Part I (by Vlastimil Fiala)

033 F.Marshall in Davenport (by Neil Brenen)

036 A Note on Notation (by Neil Brenen)

CHESS BIOGRAPHIES

049 K. Hromadka (by V. Fiala)

088 Louis van Vliet (by O. Urcan)

093 Julius Finn (by O. Urcan)

FORGOTTEN CHESS TOURNAMENTS

107 Bradley-Beach 1929 (by Vlastimil Fiala)

CLASSICAL CHESS MATCHES

187 Three Yates Matches (by Vlastimil Fiala)

214 GREAT CHESS PLAYERS

(compiled by Vlastimil Fiala)

CORRESPONDENCE CHESS I

239 Chess In Texas (by N. Brenen)

CHESS PROBLEMS

255 By John Beasley

278 CHESS RESEARCH (By Vlastimil Fiala)

292 CHESS MISCELLANY Nos. 225-250 by V. Fiala

370 CHESS REVIEWS By Vlastimil Fiala

385 Henry Thomas Buckly

(by John S. Hubert)

Is Quarterly for Chess History a book or chess magazine seen? It has no ISBN code but if you till these 484 well printed pages it is clear we are dealing here with a chess book which is completely devoted to historical chess research. A major part of this chess research is done by the ambitious Vlastimil Fiala who is starting in this book with a 32 page coverage of the childhood and school years of Oldrich Duras (1882 -1899). Fiala writes that it is sad irony of chess that his name has more or less disappeared from the annals of history and by now, abroad and unfortunately in this country too, there are fewer and fewer chess players who fully realize the importance of his legacy both for Czech and foreign chess. Another 45 page coverage from Fiala goes to part six of Karel Hromadka (1940-1941). Hromadka loved chess and in the year 1940 he attended eight chess tournaments! When you play through the games of Hromadka you get quick an idea from that he was for his time far ahead, for example he played modern moves as 1.e4 c5 2.Nc3 Nc6 3.g3 g6 4.Bg2 Bg7 5.Nh3!? Another superb contribution in this book comes from John S.Hilbert who digs in the history of Henry Thomas Buckle: A life, with chess and the chess games of Henry Thomas Buckle, altogether around 90 pages of excellent chess research. Correspondence chess players will certainly enjoy 'Correspondence play and the growth of chess in Texas a century ago' by the great Neil Brennen. Other not less interesting contributions are Louis van Fliet,Julius Finn, the forgotten tournament of Bradley Beach 1929,Marshall in Davenport, Three Yates matches, A note on notation,Chess problems,Chess research,Chess Reviews etc. Conclusion: A must for every chess book collector!

With kind permission of the author John Elburg (www.chessbooks.nl)

Quarterly for Chess History 10

EUR

34.25