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Second Piatigorsky Cup International Grandmaster Chess Tournament Held in Santa Monica, California August, 1966
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Second Piatigorsky Cup International Grandmaster Chess Tournament Held in Santa Monica, California August, 1966

By Isaac Kashdan (1905-1985)

xx-228-[15 a]d pages with diagrams, photographs and table. Octavo ( 8 1/4" x 5 1/4") bound in original publisher's pictorial wrappers. Fist published in 1968. After the success of the First Piatigorsky Cup (1963), the second was organized by Gregor and Jacqueline Piatigorsky in Santa Monica, California from July 17-August 15, 1966, with Isaac Kashdan directing. The stellar field included the current and next two World Champions plus a slew of Candidates-level grandmasters in a double-round robin event: Jan Hein Donner, Robert James Fischer, Borislav Ivkov, Bent Larsen, Miguel Najdorf, Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian, Lajos Portisch, Samuel Reshevsky, Boris Spassky, Wolfgang Unzicker. The Piatigorskys invited both Reshevsky and Fischer in spite of the Fischer - Reshevsky (1961) match fiasco. Spassky played steadily and was at or near the lead most of the way, unsheathing his claws when the time was right. Larsen gave him some competition for a while, even taking the lead in Round 10, but three losses in a row (the last being to Spassky) put an end to his challenge. But it was Fischer who captured everybody's attention and made this into a "Tale of Two Tournaments". In the first half, a three-game losing streak (the last being to Spassky) left him in ninth place at the halfway mark, 2.5 points behind Spassky. Nothing daunted, he won his first four games in the second go-around and caught Spassky by round 16. Their draw in round 17 didn't change anything, but the last round saw Fischer with Black against Petrosian while Spassky had White against tail-ender Donner. Petrosian had been having a lousy tournament, his two losses to Larsen both being of the immortal variety. In final round he hunkered down and secured a draw with Fischer, while Spassky demolished Donner to take first place. In fact, Petrosian's even score made him the first world champion since Alekhine to achieve "only" an even score in a tournament. Condition Cover crease, previous owner's name to front wrapper verso, edge wear, corners bumped else about very good.

$10.00

1981 Paul Keres Memorial Chess Tournament,Tallinn Commemorative Envelop
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1981 Paul Keres Memorial Chess Tournament,Tallinn Commemorative Envelop

By Paul Keres Paul Keres Memorial Tournament Mikhail Tal, David Bronstein, Vladimir Bagirov, Laszlo Barczay, Stefan Djuric, Lubomir Ftacnik, Aivars Gipslis, Eduard Gufeld, Margeir Pétursson and Laszlo Hazai, Hillar Karner, Ivo Nei, G. Uusi , Andres Vooremaa

1981 Paul Keres Memorial Chess Tournament,Tallinn Commemorative Envelop canceled signed by with 15 handwritten signatures of the participants on the front. The Paul Keres Memorial Tournament is a tournament played in honor of chess grandmaster Paul Keres (1916-1975). It usually takes place in Vancouver, Canada and Tallinn, Estonia. An annual international chess tournament has been held in Tallinn every other year since 1969. Keres won this tournament in 1971 and 1975. Starting in 1977 after Keres\' death, it has been called the Paul Keres Memorial Tournament. From 1991, the tournament has been held yearly and changed into a rapid event. From 1999 this tournament also had a women\'s section. In the past twenty years, apart from this rapid tournament, several other memorial tournaments have been played in honor of Keres. In 1975, Keres won a tournament in Vancouver. It was his last tournament he would ever play in, on his way back to his native Estonia, he died from a heart attack. The 1981 contest was a fifteen round contest won by Mikhail Tal a half point of ahead of his closest rivals David Bronstein and Aivars Gipslis who scored 9 1/2 points respectively. A full point behind them, tied for fourth and fifth were Eduard Gufeld and Vladimir Bagirov. Lubomir Ftacnik captured sole sixth with 8. Three players, Iivo Nei, Margeir Petursson and Hillar Karner, shared seventh through ninth a half point behind. Another three shared tenth through twelfth, Aleksandr Veingold, Stefan Djuric and Laszlo Barczay, with scores or 7. In thirteenth was Lothar Vogt at 6 1/2. Laszlo Hazai with 6 held down fourteenth. Next a half point behind was Gunnar Uusi and Andres Vooremaa followed a full point behind. Tal started off slowly with five draws in as many rounds before he scored a victory. At round sixth Gipslis was leading with 4 1/2. By round nine Tal had pulled even. By round 12 Gipslis had pulled a slight lead over Tal by half a point. In round thirteen Tal had evened the lead and in the next round the two would pair of against each other resulting in a draw. The last round would be the decider with Gipslis playing Bronstein, who had pulled even with the two, and Tal drawing the weaker Ftacnik, thus with a draw with Bronstein and Tal with a win over his opponent the championship went to the victor. Condition: Signed on the front, some light edge wear else a very good item.

$450.00

FIDE Album 1983-1985
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FIDE Album 1983-1985

By Nenad Petrovic (1907-1989) editor

438 pages with diagrams and index. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's blue cloth with white lettering to spine and cover. Errata laid-in. (Lusis: 2454.10) First edition. Introductory text in English, German and Russian. The FIDE Albums are publications of the world chess governing body, FIDE, via the Permanent Commission of the FIDE for Chess Compositions (PCCC), containing the best chess problems and studies of a certain period (usually three years in length). Currently, problems submitted for publication in the album are reviewed by a panel of three judges. Each judge may give from 0 to 4 points for a problem; if the judge's combined scores is 8 or greater, the problem is included in the Album. Sometimes the necessary number of points is lowered to 7.5. The titles Grandmaster, International Master and FIDE Master of Chess Composition are awarded on the basis of problems published in FIDE Albums: each problem included in an album is worth 1 point, and each study is worth 1.66 points, these scores divided by the number of composers in the case of joint compositions. For a problemist to be awarded the FIDE Master title, 12 points must be accumulated; for the International Master title 25 points are required; and for the Grandmaster title 70 points are needed (in each case, these points need not be gained in a single album; usually the points are accumulated over a number of albums). Condition: Corners bumped, inner hinge cracked else very good.

$50.00

Das UdSSR Schachmeisterschaftsturnier in Moskau 1940
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Das UdSSR Schachmeisterschaftsturnier in Moskau 1940

By Sergej Belavenec (Belawenetz) (1910-1942)and Michail Judovič

113+[ii ad] pages with tables and diagrams. Royal octavo (9 3/4' x 6 1/2") bound in original publisher's wrappers. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana: 5616) First edition. The 12th Soviet Chess Championship was played in the capital city of Moscow from September 5 to October 3, 1940. Twenty of the Soviet Union's strongest masters competed in the round robin event, six of whom qualified from the semi-final tournament in Kiev earlier in the year: Eduard Gerstenfeld, Mark Stolberg, Igor Bondarevsky, Iosif Rudakovsky, Alexander Konstantinopolsky and Peter Dubinin. The remaining invitations went to the elite of Soviet chess (new and old), including Mikhail Botvinnik, Vasily Smyslov, Paul Keres, Isaac Boleslavsky, Alexander Kotov, Viacheslav Ragozin, and Andre Lilienthal. Lilienthal and Bondarevsky finished equal first with 13.5/19. For both victors, considering the strength of the assembled field, it was the greatest performance of their careers. This was Petrov's only appearance in the Soviet Championship, as he was liquidated by the Secret Police before the next tournament, for making critical remarks about the Soviet occupation of Latvia. Condition: Corners bumped, edge wear, paper reinforced spine else a very good copy.

$100.00

150 Schachkuriositäten: gesammelt von Problematicus
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150 Schachkuriositäten: gesammelt von Problematicus

By Miksa (Max) Weisz (1857-1927)

[ii]+80 pages with diagrams. Octavo (8" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's wrappers. First edition. A collection of 150 chess problems from many of the prominent composers of this period. Condition: Corners bumped, spine ends and edges rubbed else a very good coy.

$45.00

Black and white portrait photograph
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Black and white portrait photograph

By Petrosian, Tigran Vartanovich (1929-1984) signed

Original black and white portrait photograph (7" x 4 1/4") signed on the verso. Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian was an Armenian-Soviet Grandmaster, and World Chess Champion from 1963 to 1969. He was nicknamed "Iron Tigran" due to his almost impenetrable defensive playing style, which emphasized safety above all else. Petrosian was a Candidate for the World Chess Championship on eight occasions (1953, 1956, 1959, 1962, 1971, 1974, 1977 and 1980). He won the World Championship in 1963 (against Mikhail Botvinnik), successfully defended it in 1966 (against Boris Spassky), and lost it to Spassky in 1969. Thus he was the defending World Champion or a World Championship Candidate in ten consecutive three-year cycles. He won the Soviet Championship four times (1959, 1961, 1969, and 1975). Condition:Minor traces of wear else a very nice photograph.

$300.00

Jahrbuch des Westdeutschen Schachbundes 1862 und 1863
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Jahrbuch des Westdeutschen Schachbundes 1862 und 1863

By Max Lange (1832-1899) editor

2 books in one: viii+148 pages with frontispiece and diagrams; 66 pages with diagrams. Small octavo (7 1/2" x 5 1/4") bound in original publisher's blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine and cover in original pictorial jacket. (Series Tschaturanga, Band 54). This is a reprint of the 1862 and 1863 editions of the Yearbook for the West German Chess Federation. It recaps the year of chess and the major tournaments. Condition: A near fine copy in like jacket.

$20.00

Schachmeister denken. Praktische Einblicke in die Gedankenwelt des Meisterspielers.
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Schachmeister denken. Praktische Einblicke in die Gedankenwelt des Meisterspielers.

By Paul Felix Schmidt (1916-1984)

78+[2 ad] pages with diagrams. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 3/4") bound in original publisher's pictorial wrappers. Volume 1. First edition published in 1949. Paul Felix Schmidt was an Estonian chess International Master, chess writer, and chemist. In June 1935, he won, ahead of Paul Keres, at Tallinn. In May 1936, he drew a match against Keres (+3 –3 =1) at Pärnu. In 1936, he won the 8th Estonian Championship at Tallinn. In December 1936, he placed 2nd, behind Keres, at Tallinn. In July 1937, he won Estonia's first-ever international tournament at Pärnu, ahead of two world title contenders, Salo Flohr and Keres, as well as Gideon Ståhlberg. In 1937, he won at Tallinn (9th EST–ch). n August 1937, he played for Estonia (2nd board) at the 7th Chess Olympiad in Stockholm (+4 –4 =8). In June 1938, he tied for 8th-10th at Noordwijk. The event was won by Erich Eliskases. In August–September 1939, he played for Estonia (3rd board) at the 8th Chess Olympiad at Buenos Aires (+2 –5 =6). Estonia took 3rd place, behind Germany and Poland. In 1949, he published the book Schachmeister denken (Chess master thinking. Practical insights into the mind of the master player.1949). In 1950, he was awarded the International Master title. In 1951, he earned a PhD in chemistry from Heidelberg University, and moved to Canada, then to the United States, settling in Philadelphia, where he took a job as a professor. Condition: Corners bumped, edge wear, some internal fingering and soiling else about very good.

$20.00

Der zwölfte und dreizehnte Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes München 1900
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Der zwölfte und dreizehnte Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes München 1900

By Gebhardt, Rudolf (1859-1929), Carl Schlechter and Georg Marco

xii+180 pages with diagrams and tables. Octavo (8" x 5 1/4") bound in black pebble cloth with gilt lettering to spine. (Bibliotheca van der Linde-Niemeijeriana: 5255) First edition. Munich celebrated the turn-of-the-century with a gala chess festival featuring five tournaments (one for international masters, two major tournaments and two "open" events). A grand total of 540 games were played during the three-week period of frenzied chess activity in the attractive Bavarian capital. A grandiose welcome inspired Schlechter to score his first international victory, one shared with Pillsbury (+9 -0 =6) and Maroczy (+10 -1 =4). Almost from the outset they were involved in a thrilling "Troika" race. Pillsbury and Schlechter engaged in a head-to-head duel throughout most of the 15 round event, with the closely trailing Maroczy finally drawing abreast after 14 rounds. Last round action saw Schlechter and Maroczy agree to a draw despite the latter being a pawn down in a struggle lasing 47 moves. Pillsbury also drew, being fought to a standstill by Berger in a Ruy Lopez of 59 moves. Immediately after the tournament, Schlechter, Maroczy and Pillsbury began a playoff to determine the distribution of prizes. The tournament committee arranged for each master to play two games with the other two. A visibly tired Maroczy had to quit on the "stern order" of his doctor after losing the first game to Pillsbury. Following Maroczy's withdrawal, the American and Austrian gladiators proceeded to a four-game test of strength for first prize. The result was a hard-fought draw. In sharing the top Munich prizes, the two decied that Schlechter would receive the Honor Prize given by his Royal Highness, the Prinzregenten Luitpold, and 800 marks - while Pillsbury was awarded 1,000 marks. The stricken Maroczy found his compensation in receiving a special Rothschild prize of 300 marks for the most games won (10) and 600 marks for third place. Fourth place went to the 51-year-old Burn (+9 -3 =3), who enjoyed yet another good tournament, finishing a 1/2 point ahead of Marco (+7 -2 =6). The well-regarded Marco editor of the fast-growing WSZ, played enterprising to capture fifth-place and 500 marks.(Goldman: Carl Schlechter!) Condition: Previous owner's stamp to front paste-down, light wear to extremities, whiteout of previous owner's name to title and title verso else a very good copy of one of the scarcer tournament books.

$275.00

A Genius of the Two-Mover: A selection of Problems by Comins Mansfield
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A Genius of the Two-Mover: A selection of Problems by Comins Mansfield

By White, Alain Campbell (1880-1951) and Comins Mansfield

119 pages with diagrams. Small Octavo (7 1/2" x 5 1/4"). bound in original publisher's red cloth with gilt lettering to spine and front cover with Christmas greeting tipped in. Volume XLIV and final year of the Christmas series. White began publishing the annual Christmas series for his friends in 1905. (Betts: 37-9) First edition. 114 problems, with solutions and commentary, preceded by a short biographical and critical introduction. Condition: Corners gently bumped else a very good copy.

$200.00

Tension in the Chess Position
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Tension in the Chess Position

By Riley Sheffield

68 pages with diagrams and drawings. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's pictorial wrappers. First third printing. As pressure is applied in a chess position, tension is developed. Proper applications and control of tension is crucial in the outcome o the struggle. This pioneering study analyzes the types of chess tension and provides carefully selected examples to permit the player to recognize these situation in his own games. Condition: Lightly soiled else a near fine copy.

$20.00

FIDE Album 1959-1961
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FIDE Album 1959-1961

By Nenad Petrovic (1907-1989) editor

224 pages with diagrams and index. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's blue cloth with white lettering to spine and cover. (Betts: 32-47) First edition. Introductory text in English, German and Russian. The FIDE Albums are publications of the world chess governing body, FIDE, via the Permanent Commission of the FIDE for Chess Compositions (PCCC), containing the best chess problems and studies of a certain period (usually three years in length). Currently, problems submitted for publication in the album are reviewed by a panel of three judges. Each judge may give from 0 to 4 points for a problem; if the judge's combined scores is 8 or greater, the problem is included in the Album. Sometimes the necessary number of points is lowered to 7.5. The titles Grandmaster, International Master and FIDE Master of Chess Composition are awarded on the basis of problems published in FIDE Albums: each problem included in an album is worth 1 point, and each study is worth 1.66 points, these scores divided by the number of composers in the case of joint compositions. For a problemist to be awarded the FIDE Master title, 12 points must be accumulated; for the International Master title 25 points are required; and for the Grandmaster title 70 points are needed (in each case, these points need not be gained in a single album; usually the points are accumulated over a number of albums). Condition: Cover faded, corners bumped else about very good.

$50.00

FIDE Album 2004-2006
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FIDE Album 2004-2006

By Fédération Internationale des Échecs (FIDE)

xiv+671 pages with diagrams, charts, tables and index. Octavo (8 1/4" x 6") bound in original publisher's blue cloth with white lettering to spine and cover. From the library o Welsey T Brandhorst. First edition. Introductory text in English, German and Russian. The FIDE Albums are publications of the world chess governing body, FIDE, via the Permanent Commission of the FIDE for Chess Compositions (PCCC), containing the best chess problems and studies of a certain period (usually three years in length). Currently, problems submitted for publication in the album are reviewed by a panel of three judges. Each judge may give from 0 to 4 points for a problem; if the judge's combined scores is 8 or greater, the problem is included in the Album. Sometimes the necessary number of points is lowered to 7.5. The titles Grandmaster, International Master and FIDE Master of Chess Composition are awarded on the basis of problems published in FIDE Albums: each problem included in an album is worth 1 point, and each study is worth 1.66 points, these scores divided by the number of composers in the case of joint compositions. For a problemist to be awarded the FIDE Master title, 12 points must be accumulated; for the International Master title 25 points are required; and for the Grandmaster title 70 points are needed (in each case, these points need not be gained in a single album; usually the points are accumulated over a number of albums). Wesley Ted Brandhorst (1933-2019) Ted learned chess in high school. His chess improved in college which led him into chess problem solving and composing. Ted didn't play any chess between 1965 to 1975, but then ventured into correspondence play. After a slow start, steady improvement was encouraging and led Ted to qualify for the U.S. CC championships and often for the Absolutes. Ted played on a number of U.S. teams in international competition against other countries. He achieved an IM norm in 2002. Condition: Corners and edges bumped, Brandhorst's book plate to front end paper else a very good copy.

$50.00

Modern Chess Opening Theory as surveyed in Zagreb1969
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Modern Chess Opening Theory as surveyed in Zagreb1969

By Mark Howard Horton (1950- )

[ii ad]+40+[ii ad] typescript pages with index. Octavo (8" x 6 1/2") bound in original publisher's wrappers. The Chess Player number 99 (Lusis: 1545 First edition. Sixteen contestants competed at the 1969 Zagreb chess tournament. Mato Damjanovic claimed top spot one and half points ahead of the field. Mijo Udovcic and Vlastimil Hort shared second. Condition: Corners bumped, light edge wear else a very good copy.

$25.00

The White King
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The White King

By White, Alain Campbell (1880-1951)

212 pages with diagrams and index. Small octavo (7 1/2" x 5 1/8") bound in original publisher's red cloth with lettering to spine and cover with Christmas greetings tipped in. (Betts 31-9) Christmas series volume XIX for 1914. From the library of Edgar Holliday First edition. A Collection of 300 problems in each of which a main feature is the activity of the white king in the solution. The examples, by various composers, are grouped by 27 thematic classifications, with solutions and elaborations by the editor. Mates are chiefly in two, three and four moves with some longer problems. Includes an index of composers. Condition: Provenance Boston City Club with their stamp to front end paper, back paste-down, dedication page and occasionally at margins. Inner gutter cracked at half title, corners bumped and rubbed through, spine ends chipped, spine dulled else a good copy.

$100.00

Modern Chess Opening Theory as surveyed in Belgrade 1969
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Modern Chess Opening Theory as surveyed in Belgrade 1969

By Leslie Steven Fraser Blackstock (1949- )

[iv ad]+57+[iii ad] typescript pages with index. Octavo (8" x 6 1/2") bound in original publisher's wrappers. The Chess Player number 105 (Lusis: 1517) First edition. Sixteen players contested for the title in Belgrade. Four shared the first prize: Milan Matulovic, Lev Polugaevsky, Svetozar Gligoric and Borislav Ivkov each scoring 10. Mikhail Botvinnik came in lone seventh. Condition: Old label at top of front wrapper, some light age toning to pages, corners bumped else a very good copy.

$35.00

Modern Chess Opening Theory as surveyed in Tallinn 1971
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Modern Chess Opening Theory as surveyed in Tallinn 1971

By Leslie Steven Fraser Blackstock (1949- )

[ii ad]+36+[ii ad] typescript pages with table and index. Octavo (8" x 6 1/2") bound in original publisher's stapled wrappers. The Chess Player number 1119 (Lusis: 1599) First edition. Tallinn 1971, 21 Feb - 14 March, Tal Shared 1st with Keres, over Bronstein, Stein, A. Zaitsev, Smekjal, Barcza, Furman, Vooremaa, Westerinen, Daskalov, Wade, Bisguier and Myagmarsuren, with +9 -1 =5. Complete with all the games. Condition: Corners bumped and rubbed, some light edge wear else a very good copy.

$35.00

FIDE Album 2001-2003
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FIDE Album 2001-2003

By Fédération Internationale des Échecs (FIDE)

xiv+675 pages with diagrams, charts, tables and index. Octavo (8 1/4" x 6") bound in original publisher's blue cloth with white lettering to spine and cover. First edition. Introductory text in English, German and Russian. The FIDE Albums are publications of the world chess governing body, FIDE, via the Permanent Commission of the FIDE for Chess Compositions (PCCC), containing the best chess problems and studies of a certain period (usually three years in length). Currently, problems submitted for publication in the album are reviewed by a panel of three judges. Each judge may give from 0 to 4 points for a problem; if the judge's combined scores is 8 or greater, the problem is included in the Album. Sometimes the necessary number of points is lowered to 7.5. The titles Grandmaster, International Master and FIDE Master of Chess Composition are awarded on the basis of problems published in FIDE Albums: each problem included in an album is worth 1 point, and each study is worth 1.66 points, these scores divided by the number of composers in the case of joint compositions. For a problemist to be awarded the FIDE Master title, 12 points must be accumulated; for the International Master title 25 points are required; and for the Grandmaster title 70 points are needed (in each case, these points need not be gained in a single album; usually the points are accumulated over a number of albums). Condition: Corners and edges bumped else a very good copy.

$50.00

Modern Chess Opening Theory as surveyed in Lugano 1970 Lieden 1970
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Modern Chess Opening Theory as surveyed in Lugano 1970 Lieden 1970

By Lesly S F Blackstock (1949- )

[ii ad]+40+[ii ad] typescript pages with index. Octavo (8" x 6 1/2") bound in original publisher's stapled wrappers. The Chess Player number 109 (Lusis: 1560) First edition. Complete with all games. Condition: Corners bumped and rubbed, some light edge wear else a very good copy. Eight of the world's top non-Soviet players assembled in Lugano, Switzerland, for a peaceful double-round tournament from March 1-20, 1970. Using the estimated ratings from Chessmetrics, it was a Category XVI event with an average rating of 2632. Enjoying the scenery were: Robert Eugene Byrne, Jan Hein Donner, Svetozar Gligoric, Lubomir Kavalek, Bent Larsen, Fridrik Olafsson, Laszlo Szabo, Wolfgang Unzicker. Larsen may have been concentrating more on the board than the scenery, as he won his first five games to take a two-point lead. This looked to be insurmountable, as this was one of those events when having no weak players leads to conservative play. 67% of the games were drawn, and three players were unable to win a single game. Of the 19 decisive games, nearly half involved Larsen. He was able to make it interesting with a couple of losses in the second half, which allowed Olafsson to get within a half-point with three rounds to go. However, Olafsson took a quick draw with White in their twelfth round game, which essentially decided matters. In the last three rounds the only decisive game was Larsen's win over Byrne, consigning the American to fifth place. For Larsen, another in his great run of tournament wins around this time. Olafsson held onto an easy second, followed by Gligoric and Unzicker. The German deserves a special mention; after losing his first two games, his ascent to =3rd included wins over Larsen and Olafsson. The Leiden 1970 chess tournament was a double round robin between four contestants: Borris Spassky, Jan Donner, Bent Larson and Mikhail Botvinnik. Spassky finished first followed by Donner with a tie for the third position. Condition: Corners bumped, light edge wear else a very good copy.

$35.00

Tasks and Echoes: the cumulative principle in problem composition
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Tasks and Echoes: the cumulative principle in problem composition

By White, Alain Campbell (1880-1951)

223 pages with diagrams and index. Small octavo (7 1/2" x 5 1/4") bound in original publisher's red cloth with gilt lettering to spine and cover. A C White's Christmas series number 20 with greeting tipped in. (Betts: 31-10). First edition. The introduction consists of an essay on the development of chess problems, how "two main types of accumulation have marked the progress of composition during the last fifty years: on the one hand, the pursuit of variations, that is the accumulation of different elements in one problem; and, on the other hand, the pursuit of echoes, that is the accumulation of similar elements in one problem". 300 tasks, arranged in 21 thematic areas, of which 100 are in a large diagram. and discussed with solutions. Condition: Corners gently bumped, spine dulled, some light sunning to edges else a very good copy.

$150.00

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