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LXMICTYBOC1909
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The Year-Book of Chess 1909

314 pages, hardback, Reprint, Moravian, 2004, original edition 1909

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Weight 580 g
Manufacturer Moravian
Width 15 cm
Height 21 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2004
Author E. A. Michell
Language English
ISBN-10 8071895121
Year of Original Version 1909
Pages 314
Binding hardback

iii I.- Preface and Introductory Remarks

001 II.- Articles :-

001 " General Review of the Year "

028 " A Study in Contrasts : Masker v. Steinitz, 1894

Lasker v. Tarrasch, 1908. By Philip W. Sergepnt

033 III.- Leading Events op the Year 1908 :-

033 The-Return Match : Janowsky v. Marshall

041 The Cable Match between Great Britain and the United States

059 Vienna Tournament

111 Scottish Chess Association Congress

114 The Prague Congress

151 Congress of the German Chess Association at Düsseldorf

158 British Chess Federation Congress at Tunbridge Wells

184 Match for the Championship of the World between Lasker and Tarrasch

213 Triangular Tournament at Lodz

224 Match between Marshall and Mieses

234 Other Matches

236 IV.- Statistics, Records, &c. :-

236 Masters' Averages, 1908

237 Leading Clubs and Associations in 1908

242 Scores in the Chief International Tournaments from 1851 to the present day

273 Arrangements for 1909

275 V.- Problem Section :-

275 Table of Principal Prize Winners, 1907

276 Selection of Best Problems, 1908

287 Solutions to Selected Problems of the Year

288 VI.- Chess Club Directory

310 Leading Chess Clubs in South Africa

311 VII.- Indices :-

311 Openings

312 Games

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