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Oldrich Duras - Master of Chess Combination

582 pages, paperback, Moravian, 2014

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Weight 360 g
Manufacturer Moravian
Width 14,8 cm
Height 21,4 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2014
Author Vlastimil Fiala
Language English
ISBN-13 978-80-7189-641-8
Pages 582
Binding paperback

007 Preface to the Projeet Life and Work of Oldrich Duras

011 Introduction to Volume One

014 I THE GENEALOGY OF TUE DURAS FAMILY

014 I. 1 Introduction

014 I. 2 Duras' Ancestors

018 I. 3 The Childhood of Oldrich Duras

022 I. 4 The First Timid Chess Beginnings of Oldrich Duras

025 I. 5 M. Chigorin and E. Schiffers in Prague, 1896

045 I. 6 Conclusion

046 II. OLDRICH DURAS JOINING TUE CZECH CHESS CLUB

046 II. 1 Introduction

046 II. 2 Chess Season 1899-1900

083 II. 3 Conclusion

084 III CHESS SEASON 1900-1901

084 III. I Introduction

084 III. 2 Autumn Chess Season of 1900

096 III. 3 Chess Activities of Duras in the First Half of 1901

107 Ill. 4 Chess Congress in Pardubice (10-12 August 1901)

116 III. 5 Autumn Chess Season 1901

131 Ill. 6 Conclusion

133 IV SPRING CHESS SEASON 1902

133 IV. 1 Introduction

133 IV. 2 Club Matches with V. Dyk and Dr. J. Kvicala

167 IV. 3 Summer Toumaments 1902

169 IV. 4 Congress of Chess Players in Veseli-Mezimosti, 3-5 August 1902

184 IV. 5 Czech Chess Congress in Blansko (15-20 August 1902)

198 IV. 6 Autumn Season 1902

211 IV. 7 Club Toumament of the Czech Chess Club in Prague

229 IV. 8 Conclusion

231 V. ENTRY TO THE INTERNATIONAL CHESS SCENE IN 1903

231 V. Introduction

231 V. Spring Chess Season 1903

242 V. International Tournament in Hilversum (3-13 August 1903)

290 V. Autumn Season of 1903

294 V. ConcIusion

295 VI DURAS CHESS ACTIVITIES IN 1904

295 VI. Introduction

295 VI. The spring chess season of the Czech Chess Club in 1904

313 VI. International tournament in Coburg (18 July - 3 August 1904)

357 VI. Championship of the Kingdom of Bohemia (12-15 August 1904)

372 VI. Winter tournament of the Czech Chess Club 1904-1905

287 VI. ConcIusion

388 VII THE CHESS ACTIVITIES OF OLDRICH DURAS IN 1905

388 VII. 1 Introduction

389 VII. 2 Chess Activities of O. Duras in the first half of 1905

402 VII. 3 Congress of the Dutch Chess Association in Scheveningen

448 VII. 4 Chess Congress at Barmen, 12 - 29 August 1905

515 VII. 5 The First UJCS Congress in Prague, 8 - 11 September 1905

549 VII. 6 Autumn Chess Season 1905

556 VII. 7 Conclusion

558 VII. DURAS' CHESS STUDIES AND PROBLEMS (1899-1905)

571 Conclusion

575 Duras Chess Performance (1889-1905)

575 Duras Chess Record (1889-1905)

576 Duras Simultaneous Exhibitions (1889-1905)

577 Index of Players

579 Index of Openings

580 Bibliography

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