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  • British Chess Magazine 124000British Chess Magazine Buckle as a Chess Player (July 1891), by Charles Tomlinson Vienna 1898 (August 1898)
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  • Lasker's Chess Magazine 132990Lasker's Chess Magazine Volume 1, 1905
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  • them in a chess column that I edited at the time. Paulsen took seventy-five minutes for one move in a game with Morphy during the American Chess Congress
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  • Lasker's Chess Magazine, Volume 1  (1905)  123831Lasker's Chess Magazine, Volume 11905 LASKER'S CHESS MAGAZINE A Monthly Record of Chess Science
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  • International Chess Magazine, Volume I, Number 1 Introduction 123842International Chess Magazine, Volume I, Number 1 — Introduction Our literary
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  • American Chess Magazine. [Vol. i.] New York, 1847, 8vo. B.M. Brentano's Chess Monthly, Vol. i. and vol. ii. Nos. 1-4. New York, 1881-2. B.M. British Chess Magazine
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  • residence. From 1885 until the present time (1898) he has edited the “Chess Magazine,” published in New York city. In 1876 he published in London a pamphlet
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  • Title Laskers chess magazine Volume 1 Year 1905 Progress Source file must be fixed before proofreading
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  • Morphy, 1859 Chess Player's Chronicle/Paul Morphy A Sketch from the Chess World, 1859 A Literary Steinitz Gambit, 1888 Lasker's Chess Magazine/Volume 1,
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  • the 'Chess Player's Magazine' from its commencement in 1863 until its cessation in 1867, and was, from 1865 to 1869, manager of the British Chess Association
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  • Hoffer, he founded and co-edited the ‘Chess Monthly,’ which continued for seventeen years to be the leading chess magazine. In March 1881 he captained the ‘City
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  • [Materials kindly furnished by the Rev. W. Wayte; Chess-Player's Chronicle, 1843, pp. 369–81; Chess-Player's Magazine, 1864, pp. 161–6; Le Palamède, 1836, vol
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  • have scored moderately well, but they are the editors of the Vienna Chess Magazine which published supplements containing tourney games and notes throughout
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  • make a draw. Steinitz has been attacking Zukertort bitterly in his chess magazine the past six months, but since they have been playing in this match
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  • Buckle as a Chess Player  (1891)  by Charles Tomlinson 123845Buckle as a Chess PlayerCharles Tomlinson1891 Henry Thomas Buckle was one of those
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  • the controversy about Pooley see Law Magazine for August 1859; for Buckle's chess-playing see Chess Player's Magazine, ii. 33–45, and article in Westminster
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  • Derangement of So-Called Chess Critics and their Treatment by Wilhelm Steinitz "Something is rotten in the State" of Chess. That our glorious game which
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  • Chess History and Reminiscences  (1893)  by Henry Bird 11062Chess History and ReminiscencesHenry Bird1893 To My Highly Esteemed Chess Opponent And
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  • Times," "The World," Associated Press, and the " American Chess Magazine." From 1882 to 1889 Chess Editor of the Bradford Observer Budget, Bradford, Yorkshire
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  • Charge. By Mrs. Oliphant. Conclusion, Macmillan's Magazine, 501 VII. The Intellectual Qualifications for Chess, Spectator, 507 VIII. Spelling, Saturday Review
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