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Internationaler Schachkongress Budapest 1926: Lachaga, Milciades Angel

Lachaga, Milciades Angel (1910- )

Published by Herausgegeben von M A Lachaga, Bueno Aires (1976)

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About this Item: Herausgegeben von M A Lachaga, Bueno Aires, 1976. Original Wrappers. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 98 pages with tables and index. Octavo (8 1/2" x 6 1/4") bound in original wrappers. Type script. Limited to 350 copies. First edition. Tied first Ernst Grünfeld and Mario Monticelli 9½/15; third through fifth Hans Kmoch, Akiba Rubinstein and Sándor Takács each with a score of 9; sixth Nagy with 8½; tied seventh through eighth Colle & Réti 8. 120 games with 17 games from minor groups. Condition: Sunned at hinge, edge were else a very good copy. Seller Inventory # C0856

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Schachkongress Bad Liebwerda 1934 13. Kongress des: Becker, [Georg] Albert

Becker, [Georg] Albert (1896-1984) from the library of Lothar Schmidt

Published by Verlag der Wiener Schach-Zeitung, Wien (Vienna) (1934)

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About this Item: Verlag der Wiener Schach-Zeitung, Wien (Vienna), 1934. Orignial Wrappers. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 39 pages with frontispiece, diagrams and tables. Octavo (9" x 6 3/4") in original publisher's wrappers. From the library of Lothar Schmidt. (Bibliotheca van der Linde-Niemeijeriana: 5478) First edition. Sal Flohr was a clear first with no losses and two full points ahead of Fritz Sämisch with 9 1/2. Karl Gilg was third with a score of 7. Max Blümich, Rudolf_Pitschak and Emil Zinner were tied for fourth through sixth with six point each. The author, Albert Becker, Denes Boros and Erich Eliskases were tied for seventh through ninth with 5 1/2 each. Clear tenth was Herzon with 4 1/2 points. Lothar Maximilian Lorenz Schmid (10 May 1928 ¿ 18 May 2013) was a German chess grandmaster. He was born in Radebeul near Dresden into a family who were the co-owners of the Karl May Press, which published the German Karl May adventure novels. He was best known as the chief arbiter at several World Chess Championship matches, in particular the 1972 encounter between Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky at Reykjavic. He was also an avid collector of chess books and paraphernalia. It was reputed that he owned the largest known private chess library in the world, as well as a renowned collection of chess art, chess boards and chess pieces from around the globe. Condition: Corners bumped, some light edge wear else a very good copy. Add to Cart Schachkongress Bad Liebwerda 1934 13. Kongress des Deutschen Schachverbandes in der Tschechoslowakei larger image. Seller Inventory # 000393

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Jubiläums-Schachkongreß zu Dresden Ostern 1926: Paliztsch, Friedrick Martin

Paliztsch, Friedrick Martin (1889-1932, R "Max" Blumich and Georg Wiarda

Published by Verlag von Walter deGruyter & Co (1926)

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About this Item: Verlag von Walter deGruyter & Co, 1926. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 99 pages with diagrams, two plates and index. Octavo (8 12" x 5 3/4") bound in original wrappers. Festschrift des Dresdner Schachvereins, volume II. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana: 5393) First edition. The Chess Club at Dresden, Germany held a 50th anniversary celebration in 1926. Among the events was a masters tournament, the Paul Schellenberg Memorial, which was held from April 4th to the 14th. Three contenders for the world championship, Alexander Alekhine, Akiba Rubinstein, and Aron Nimzowitsch, were among the attendees. While the race was close among all three in the early rounds, it was Nimzowitsch who emerged victorious at the end with a near perfect 8 1/2/9, a full point and a half ahead of second place Alekhine! 3rd Rubinstein with 6 1/2/9. Trailing behind Rubinstein was 4th Tartakower 5/9. With Von Holzhausen 4/9 fifth. Johner 31/2 held lone sixth. 7th Yates and Samisch 3/ tied for 8th. Blumich 2 1/2 at ninth. Steiner at 2 was tenth. Condition: Edge wear, spine rubbed, corners bumped and creased, some damp staining else a good copy. Seller Inventory # C0780

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Schachkongreß Teplitz-Schönau im Oktober 1922: Schorr, J

Schorr, J

Published by Verlag Deutscher Schachklub Teplitz-Schönau (1922)

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About this Item: Verlag Deutscher Schachklub Teplitz-Schönau, 1922. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 664 pages with diagrams, tables, plates and indexes. Royal octavo (9 1/2" x 6 1/2") in green cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine. Notes by Grünfeld and Beeker. Includes 214 pages on chess problems which in turn includes a part on retrograde analysis by Kluver. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana:5550) 1st edition. "Not just the 91 annotated games of the tournament won by Reti and Spielmann ahead of Tartakover, Rubinstein. Grünfeld and so on (with Tarrasch in 13th place, next to bottom). This material with notes by Grünfeld and Beeker takes up only the first 286 pages, whereupon follows a report on a two-mover competition, then a three-mover, articles on various aspects of problem and study themes, a witty Tartakover 'chess alphabet', very detailed indexes and a 75 page account by chess historian Ludwig Bachmann. What leisured days they enjoyed then!" British Chess Magazine Condition: Previous owners name and date "1923" on title, corners bumped else a very good copy. Seller Inventory # 000419

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Das Internationale Schachmeisterturnier im Grandhotel Panhans am: Laseker, Robert, Rudolf

Laseker, Robert, Rudolf Spielmann and Albert Becker from the library of Albert Becker

Published by Verlag und Druck von Julius Kittls Nachf, Keller & Co, Verlag des Wiener Schachzeitung, Mahr-Ostrau (Ostrava) and Wien (Vienna) (1926)

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About this Item: Verlag und Druck von Julius Kittls Nachf, Keller & Co, Verlag des Wiener Schachzeitung, Mahr-Ostrau (Ostrava) and Wien (Vienna), 1926. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Three books bound together: 72 pages with frontispiece and tables. 39 pages with frontispiece and tables. 39 pages with frontispiece, diagrams and tables. Royal octavo (9 1/2" x 6 3/4") bound in quarter cloth with gilt lettering to spine and marbled boards. From the library of Albert Becker. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana: 5400; 5463; 5478) First edition. An international chess master tournament was organized and held at the Grand Hotel Panhas in the Semmering Pass south of Vienna from March 7th to the 29th, 1926. The event was organized by Ossip Bernstein, who invited 18 players to participate in the round robin tournament. Among those invited were the very best masters of the day, including Alexander Alekhine, Akiba Rubinstein, Aron Nimzowitsch, Siegbert Tarrasch, Milan Vidmar, Savielly Tartakower, Richard Réti, and Rudolf Spielmann. The hypermodern school was well represented, and in the first half of the tournament Nimzowitsch and Tartakower lead the field. However, toward the end of the competition a series of missteps and surprises found the lead changing hands until finally Spielmann, the great romantic, emerged as the winner over Alekhine after the last round. It was to be Spielmann's best tournament performance of his chess career. The results were as follows: 1st Spielmann 13/17, 2nd Alekhine 12½, 3rd Vidmar 12, tied 4th thorough 5th Nimzowitsch and Tartakower 11½, Tied 6th through 7th Rubinstein and Tarrasch 10, 8th Réti 9 1/2, 9th Grünfeld 9, 10th Janowski 8 1/2, 11th Treybal 8, 12th Vajda 7 1/2, 13th Yates 7, tied 14th through 15th Gilg and Kmoch 6, 16th Davidson 5 1/2, 17th Michel 4 1/2 and 18th Rosselli del Turco 1. Bad Sliac 1932: international chess tournament was played in Bad Sliac from 10 until 28 June 1932. Fourteen masters participated. A race between Vidmar and Flohr developed. The event occurred in the Slovensko Hotel. 'Kupele Sliac' was renovated in 1931 and served as a health resort. Flohr and Vidmar triumphed (9½/13), before Pirc (8½), Canal, Maróczy, Spielmann (8), Treybal (7), Bogoljubow (6½), Pokorny 5½), Opocensky, Walter (5), Rohacek (4), May (3½) and Engel (3). Sal Flohr was a clear first with no losses and two full points ahead of Fritz Sämisch with 9 1/2. Karl Gilg was third with a score of 7. Max Blümich, Rudolf_Pitschak and Emil Zinner were tied for fourth through sixth with six point each. The author, Albert Becker, Denes Boros and Erich Eliskases were tied for seventh through ninth with 5 1/2 each. Clear tenth was Herzon with 4 1/2 points. Georg Albert Becker was born in Vienna. He was (unofficial) Austrian champion in 1925 (=Siegfried Reginald Wolf) and awarded the IM title in 1953. He was 2nd at Vienna 1927, 2nd= with Bernhard Lichtenstein, Rudolf Spielmann and Savielly Tartakower at Vienna 1928, 1st at Vienna 1931, 1st at Vienna 1932, 1st= with Erich Eliskases at Linz 1934 and 1st at Vienna 1935. His greatest international achievement was at Carlsbad 1929 where he was 5th= with Max Euwe and Milan Vidmar. Following the Buenos Aires Olympiad 1939, he lived in Argentina. He collaborated with Ernst Gruenfeld on an excellent book of the Teplitz-Schönau Tournament of 1922 and contributed a great deal to opening literature. He was also an interest in chess literature. Becker passed away in 1984 in Vicente Lopez. Condition: Becker's book plate to front paste down. Corners bumped and rubbed, hinge split, spine ends rubbed else a very good copy. Seller Inventory # C1043

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Der Internationale Schachkongress zu Paris im Jahre: Schallopp, Emil (1843-1919)

Schallopp, Emil (1843-1919)

Published by Verlag von Veit & Co, Leipzig (1879)

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About this Item: Verlag von Veit & Co, Leipzig, 1879. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. [8 ad]+vi+175+[1 ad] pages with tables and diagrams. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 1/2") bound in brown and green cloth with labels on front and spine. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana:5208) First edition. The revival of France after the Franco-Prussian War was demonstrated by a world exhibition. Paris was a city of light for the first time. A great chess tournament took place in the exhibition hall from 17 June to 31 July 1878. The participation of George Henry Mackenzie and James Mason made it the first intercontinental tournament in Europe. Eleven double rounds were played. Wilhelm Steinitz was present as reporter for The Field.The event was won by Szymon Winawer and Johannes Hermann Zukertort, who decided to share the first prize after they each won a play-off game. They drew twice, so another play-off was necessary. Zukertort won both games and gained the first prize. Mackenzie defeated Henry Edward Bird twice in the struggle for the fourth place.Winners of the prizes were: Zukertort (1000 Frans + two Sèvres vases), Winawer (500 F + one vase), Joseph Henry Blackburne (1500 F), Mackenzie (1000 F), Bird (500 F), and the ill Adolf Anderssen (200 F). Zukertort¿s vases were priced at 5800 Francs. He needed cash, and it took three days until he could sell them much below the estimated value. Other participants in the tournament in finishing order were Englisch, Rosenthal, Clerc, Gifford and Karl Pitschel. Condition: Rebound, loose in binding in need of rebinding else a good copy. Seller Inventory # 000410

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