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Mackenzie, Mason & Co. Part III 1869

Chess in New York between 1866-1880

181 Seiten, kartoniert, The Chess Player, 1. Auflage 2015.

29,95 €
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Which match opened the season of the New York Chess Club in 1869? Who won the first two tournaments of the re-established Brooklyn Chess Club? How many tournaments were held in the Cafe. Europa, and which promising young player was a prize winner in all of them? Mackenzie, Mason & Co. offers the answers to these questions, and to many more. Author JOOST VAN WINSEN delves deep into the history of New York chess in 1869. This book, with 160 games, features not onlv the story of the leading masters of the metropolis, but also of neglected plavers.

Illustrated with scarce photographs and manv diagrams, the work conc1udes with eight indices. Mackenzie, Mason & Co. is aseries of books on New York chess in the period 1866 to 1880. This book is the third volume of the series. The first part, published in 2012, deals with 1866 and 1867. The second part was published in 2013, and teils the 1868 story.

The Dutch journalist JOOST VAN WINSEN is also the author of James Mason in America. The Ear/y Chess Career, 1867,1878 (2011).

Details
Sprache Englisch
Autor van Winsen, Joost
Verlag The Chess Player
Auflage 1.
Medium Buch
Gewicht 230 g
Breite 14,5 cm
Höhe 20,7 cm
Seiten 181
ISBN-13 978-0992792442
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Einband kartoniert
Inhalte

005 Preface and Acknowledgments

007 A Note to the Reader

PART I. NEW YORK CHESS IN 1869

011 A Mammoth and a Monster Too

First Cafe Europa Tournament, 1868-1869

017 A Tourney Worth Advertising

Second Cafe Europa Tournament, 1869

026 A Fight for Chinese Chessmen

First Brooklyn Chess Club Tournament, 1869

030 The Captain, the Fourth Time

New York Chess Club Tournament, 1869

039 Mackenzie Is More Than Brooklyn Can Take

Consultation Match between Brooklyn and New York, 1869

045 A Fashionable Contest

Match between Brenzinger & Munoz and Delmar & Phelan, 1869

048 Delmar Does It Again

Third Cafe Europa Tournament, 1869

052 "He is Not Yet a Morphy"

Fourth Cafe Europa Tournament, 1869

076 The Opening of the Season

Match between Mackenzie and Mason, 1869

081 Master at His Own Place

Second Brooklyn Chess Club Toumament, 1869

092 An Unfinished Affair

Match between Brooklyn and Williamsburg, 1869

094 The "Rusty" Stranger from Switzerland

Match between Delmar and Merian, 1869

098 Blindfold Is in Vogue

Miscellaneous, 1869

PART II. APPENDICES

149 Appendix I

Constitution of the Brooklyn Chess Club

PART III. NOTES, SOURCES AND INDICES

153 Notes

158 Sources

160 Games Index (White Player)

164 Games Index (Black Player)

168 Index of Consultation Games

169 Index of Handicap Games

170 Index of Annotatars

173 Index of Openings

176 Index of Supplementary Games

177 General Index

Mackenzie, Mason & Co. Part III 1869

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