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Art.-No.: LXWINCINY02
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Mackenzie, Mason & Co. Part II: 1868

137 pages, paperback, The Chess Player, 1. edition 2013.

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Who won the New York Chess Club tournament of 1868? Wich famous Chess Club was reestablished in 1868? What is the name of the important chess resort that opened its doors the same year, and in wich hotel did George H. Mackenzie and Charles H. Stanley play a small match?

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 1868. This book, with 133 games, features not only the story of the leading masters of the metropolis, but also of neglected players. Illustrated with scare photographes and many diagrams, the work concludes with eight indices.

Mackenzie, Mason Co. is a sereis of books on New York chess in the perios 1866 to 1880. This book is the second volume of the series. The first part, published in 2012, deals with 1866 and 1867.

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

Details
Language English
Author van Winsen, Joost
Publisher The Chess Player
Edition 1.
Medium Book
Weight 220 g
Width 14.6 cm
Height 20.8 cm
Pages 137
ISBN-10 1-901034-97-5
Year of Publication 2013
Binding paperback
Diagrams 116
Contents

05 Preface and Acknowledgments

07 A Note to the Reader

PART 1 NEW YORK CHESS IN 1868

11 The Captain, the Third Time

New York Chess Club Tournament, 1868

30 "A Disgrace to Any Rook Player"

Match between Brooklyn and Fort Hamilton, 1868

31 The Captain and Doctor Meet Again

Match between Mackenzie and Ward, 1868

34 December Evenings at Maltby House

Match between Mackenzie and Stanley, 1868

39 The Chess Cafe in Division Street

Miscellaneous, 1868

PART 2 APPENDICES

107 Appendix 1

Additions to Mackenzie, Mason & Co., Part I (1866-1867)

PART 3 NOTES, SOURCES AND INDICES

113 Notes

118 Sources

120 Games Index (White Player)

123 Games Index (Black Player)

126 Index of Consultation Games

127 Index of Handicap Games

Mackenzie, Mason & Co. Part II: 1868

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