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5560. --- JUST PUBLISHED: Castedo (P.M. & L.M.): The Gijón International Chess Tournaments 1944-1965. A History with Biographies and 213 Games.

McFarland, USA 2019. New p/b. 244pp., photos. "Drawing on primary sources and testamonies of former players and organisers, chapters feature the tournament tables, winner's biographies, historical commentaries and 213 games (some annotated). Appendices with biographical notes and tables of participants for each year are included." £38.00

5517. --- RECENTLY PUBLISHED CHESS PLAYER BOOK:: Rare and Unpublished Tournament book series No.132

. Tournaments of 1911. Stapled booklet with plastic jacket; 40 pages; about 32 diagrams; many games with notes; 4 cross tables; San Remo 1911: 15 + 2 games. Berlin v Vienna 1911 (by telegraph): all 8 games.Munich (May) 1911: 7 of the 12 games. Budapest 1911: 1st Hungarian Championship, 39 of the 41 games played. SEE WEBSITE FOR OTHER TITLES IN THIS SERIES. £10.00

5518. --- RECENTLY PUBLISHED CHESS PLAYER BOOK:: Rare and Unpublished Tournament book series No.133

. Cologne 1911. 50th Anniversary Tournament of the Cologne Chess Club. Stapled booklet with plastic jacket; 54 pages; about 38 diagrams; many games with notes; 5 cross tables; Main Tournament: 70 games out of 126 played. 4 Subsidiary tournaments: 38 games. SEE WEBSITE FOR OTHER TITLES IN THIS SERIES. £12.00

3990. .: KARL International. The Cultural Chess Magazine.

1/2008. Editor: Harry Schaak, Frankfurt. (No more published). 68pp., photos, some games. KARL has been published in German since 2001. This is the pilot issue of the English language KARL International, concentrating on German Chess Olympiads, including articles on Hamburg 1930, Munich 1936, Siegen 1970, a preview of Dresden 2008, interviews with Uhlmann, Hecht and Bischoff. £7.50

4919. 1834 DE LA BOURDONNAIS - MCDONNELL. C.Utterberg: De La Bourdonnais versus McDonnell, 1834. The Eighty-Five Games of their Six Chess Matches, with Excerpts from Additional Games Against Other Opponents.

McFarland, US 2012. New large p/b. 404pp., games annotated from various sources, lengthy introduction, statistics and appendices. (A.) £40.00

973. 1851 LONDON & STAUNTON - ST.AMANT MATCH 1843.: Das Schachturnier zu London im Jahre 1851 und der Schachkampf 1843 zwischen Staunton und St.Amant.

1983 Olms reprint of original 1852 & 1844 editions. F, d/w. 152, 80pp. £20.00

659. 1851 LONDON. Staunton (H.): The Chess Tournament London 1851.

Batsford Chess Classics 1986. Facsimile reprint of 1852 1st Edn. Maroon cloth, gilt, VG,d/w. pp lxci, 377. The First International Chess Tournament, won by Adolf Anderssen. £25.00

4585. 1862 DUSSELDORF + 1863. Lange (M.) Ed: Jahrbuch des Westdeutschen Schachbundes. 1862 + 1863.

Leipzig, 1862-63. Reprint by Edition Olms, Zurich 1984. 2 works in 1 volume, F,d/w. pp 148,66. Includes 125 games, many by Lange and W.Paulsen, and games and reports of the chess congresses in Dusseldorf 1862 & 1863. £20.00

4584. 1862 LONDON + 1861 BRISTOL. B.Suhle: Der Schachkongress zu London im Jahre 1862, nebst dem Schachkongress zu Bristol im Jahre 1861.

Berlin 1864. Reprint by Edition Olms, Zurich 1984. 2 parts in 1 volumes, F,d/w. pp 80,40. Includes 69 problems from the Problem tournaments, 102 games with brief notes. London: 1 Anderssen 2 Paulsen 3 Owen. Bristol: 1 Paulsen 2 Boden. £16.00

4792. 1866 LONDON 1867 DUNDEE: Transactions of the British Chess Association.

Moravian Chess 2001. Hardback, as new. Facsimile reprint of original work. 131pp. All games with notes. £15.00

4793. 1868 and 1869: Transactions of the British Chess Association.

Moravian Chess (2001). Hardback, as new. Facsimile reprint of original 1869 work. 109pp. All games with notes from various tournaments during the period. £14.00

4673. 1871 CREFELD 1876 DUSSELDORF 1877 KOLN 1878 FRANKFURT. J.Minckwitz: Die Schachkongresse zu Crefeld 1871, Dusseldorf 1876, Koln 1877, Frankfurt a.M. 1878.

(Reprint of 1874 and 1879 books.) Edition Olms, Zurich 1985. VG,d/w. pp 50, 178. Together 128 games. Top players included Anderssen, Paulsen and Zukertort. £20.00

2667. 1879 LEIPZIG, 1881 BERLIN, 1883 NURNBERG. E.Schallopp: Der Erste, Zweite und Dritte Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes.

Olms Reprint, Zurich 1979. 3 works in 1 volume. VG, d/w torn on front edge. pp 228,302,158. Numerous games and problems. £25.00

3943. 1880 NEW YORK. Gilberg (C.A.): The Fifth American Chess Congress...Together with An Account of the Preceding Chess Congresses...and Biographical Sketches of Noted Early Chess Players.

Olms, Zurich 1986 (Reprint of NY 1881 First Edition.) VG,d/w (jacket spine slightly faded). Frontispiece, pp (xii),539. Includes 92 games from the main tournament, 10 from the minor, 128 problems from the Problem Tourney. 1-2 Mackenzie, Grundy 3 Mohle. £20.00

1636. 1883 LONDON. Edited by J.I.Minchin.: Games Played in the London International Chess Tournament, 1883.

BCM Classic Reprint No.11 (1973) of the original 2nd Edn (1885). p/b. G. pp (iv), lvi, 308. 242 games annotated by Zukertort, Steinitz, Mason and Bird. 1.Zukertort 2.Steinitz 3.Blackburne. £15.00

5320. 1886 STEINITZ - ZUKERTORT. E.Schallopp: Der Schachwettkampf.

Leipzig 1886. Facsimile reprint by Erich Munster, Nurnberg n.d.(1980's?) p/b, red printed covers, stained on edges o/w G. 48pp., adverts. Steinitz won 12.5-7.5. £12.00

4710. 1888 BRADFORD: .

The Chess Player. Rare and Unpublished Chess Tournaments and Matches: 92. Paperback with spine; 208pp; edited by A.J.Gillam; 26 photos; 101 diagrams; all available games; Gunsberg won ahead of Mackzenie, von Bardeleben, Mason, Burn, Weiss, Blackburne, Taubenhaus, Bird, Pollock, Thorock, Locock, Mortimer, Lee, Owen, Hall, Rumboll and Skipworth; many contemporary newspaper reports; indices; £19.50

2941. 1889 BRESLAU, 1892 DRESDEN, 1893 KIEL. Gottshall, Lipke & Mieses: Der 6, 7 und 8 Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes.

Olms reprint of original tournament books, Zurich 1983. 3 works in 1 volume. VG, d/w. pp 287, 272, 60. Includes all games. £25.00

4666. 1890 MANCHESTER: .

The Chess Player, Rare and Unpublished Chess Tournaments and Matches: No.89 Paperback; 208pp; all available games from this large tournament (about 113 out of 190) with contemporary notes wherever available; extensive surveys of the rounds, players, missing games, all taken from contemporary magazines and newspapers; many diagrams; about 20 photos. £19.50

3133. 1890 VIENNA. W.H.Goldman: Vienna 1890 1st Kolisch Tournament.

Goldman, Germany 1983. 1st Edn. p/b. F. 151pp. 78 games, some annotated, brief biographies of Kolisch and the players. 1 Weiss 2 Bauer 3 Fleissig. The first book on this tournament. (A.) £14.00

5345. 1895 HASTINGS. E.Schallopp: Das Internationale Schachturnier zu Hastings im August - September 1895.

Leipzig 1896. Edition Olms facsimile reprint, 1980. VG,d/w. pp viii,339,(1). 240 games, most with notes. 1.Pillsbury 2.Chigorin 3.Lasker. £20.00

1249. 1895-96 ST.PETERSBURG. J.Mason & W.Pollock: The Games in the St.Petersburg Tournament...with Copious Notes and Critical Remarks...Portraits and Biographical Sketches.

Leeds, 1896. Facsimile reprint, Chess Player 1983. p/b. VG. xvi,64pp. 36 games. 4 players, 6 games each - 1.Lasker 2.Steinitz 3.Pillsbury 4.Tchigorin. £12.00

4665. 1896 BERLIN; 1896 VIENNA (May-June & November): .

The Chess Player, Rare and Unpublished Chess Tournaments and Matches: No.86. Stapled booklet with plastic jacket; 38pp; 24 diagrams; 14 photos; Berlin 1896 (8 of the 9 games), von Bardeleben, Walbrodt, Mieses; Vienna (May-July) 1896 (23 of the 24 games), Englisch, Schlechter, Marco, Weiss; Vienna (November) 1896 (6 of the 15 games), Janowski, Schlechter, Mieses, Winawer, Marco, Albin. £8.50

474. 1896 NURNBERG. Tarrasch (S.) & C.Schroder: Das Internationale Schachturnier des Schachclubs Nurnberg im Juli-Aug.1896.

BCM Classic Reprint, 1974, of original tournament book. p/b. VG. Portrait of Lasker, pp xxx,294. 171 games. 1.Lasker 2.Maroczy 3-4 Pillsbury & Tarrasch. £14.00

3820. 1898 COLOGNE. V.Fiala: 11th German Chess Association Congress.

Moravian Chess, 1997. F. 264pp., photos of players, 54 available games of the tournament, most annotated, long introduction and summary, also biography and playing record of each player, and further 75 games. 1 Burn 2-4 Cohn, Chigorin, Charousek. First book on this strong tournament which also included Steinitz, Schlechter and Janowski. (A.) £25.00

1637. 1899 LONDON: The Book of the London International Chess Congress.

BCM Classic Reprint (1967) of the original 1900 edition. p/b, back cover creased o/w VG. pp liv, 232. 202 games. 1.Lasker 2-4 Janowsky, Maroczy, Pillsbury. £14.00

475. 1900 LONDON.: Invitation Chess Tournament of the City of London Chess Club.

Caissa Limited Editions, US 1973. Facsimile reprint Limited to 700 copies. F. 46pp. 78 games. 1.Teichmann 2-3 Gunsberg, Mason. £24.00

1680. 1900 MUNICH / 1902 HANNOVER: Der Zwolfte und Dreizehnte Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes.

Olms 1983 Reprint of the original editions. VG, d/w. pp 180 & 204. Munich with 181 games - 1-3 Maroczy, Pillsbury, Schlecter. Hannover with 308 games including Pillsbury's blindfold simultaneous display. A world class tournament- 1.Janowski 2.Pillsbury 3.Atkins. £24.00

3228. 1900 PARIS. J.Adams: Paris 1900.

Chess Player Tournament Series No.42, 2000. p/b. VG. 176pp. 166 games, most annotated, also 12 games of Pillsbury blindfold exhibition. (A.) A strong 16 round tournament (but drawn games were also replayed once!) 1 Lasker 2 Pillsbury 3-4 Maroczy, Marshall. £15.00

4573. 1904 COBURG + 1906 NURNBERG. Schellenber, Schlechter & G.Marco; Tarrasch & Schenzel: Der Vierzehnte und Funfzehnte Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes.

Olms Reprint, Zurich 1984. 2 vols in 1, F,d/w . pp 144,278. Coburg: 153 games, 81 from the Master tournament. 1-3= v.Bardeleben, Schlechter & Swiderski. Nurnberg: 138 annotated games, a few from other groups. 1 Marshall 2 Duras 3-4 Forgacs, Schlechter. £22.00

2627. 1905 BARMEN. G.Marco: Der Internationale Schachkongress des Barmer Schachvereins 1905.

Olms Reprint, Zurich 1984. Thick hardback, VG,d/w. 628pp., illustrations. 500 games, most annotated, from a number of tournaments, the top one 1-2 Janowski, Maroczy 3 Marshall. A huge tournament book! £28.00

3541. 1906 LODZ. Ed: D.Brandreth: International Tournament.

Brandreth, US 1971. A4 size, yellow card covers, stapled. VG. 7pp single-sided. Preface with comments on tournaments without books, 18 games. Numbered & signed Edition of 475 copies. £17.00

2967. 1907 KARLSBAD. G.Marco & C.Schlechter: Das Internationale Schachmeisterturnier.

(Facsimile reprint of 1908 Edition.) Caissa Editions, USA 1979. Large p/b, slight crease down spine o/w VG. 426pp. 210 games, many annotated. 1 Rubinstein 2 Maroczy , ahead of a high-class field of 21 players. £18.00

3702. 1907 KARLSBAD. G.Marco & C.Schlechter: Karlsbad 1907 International Chess Tournament. Trans: R.Sherwood. Ed: D.Brandreth. Analysis Checked by Robert Sherwood and Rybka.

Caissa Editions, US 2007. English Translation of the original 1908 German book. Red cloth. F. 451pp., illus, 210 games, annotated by Marco and Schlechter. "This edition has the advantage of enhancements such as the addition of 15 photos of many of the players along with corrections and additional analysis using the new, very strong program, Rybka. The tournament was one of the strongest of the last century with only Lasker, Tarrasch and Burn, missing from the roster of the world's best players of that day. The young player Rubinstein won in fine style followed by Maroczy just one-half point behind, and by Leonhardt. Marco and Schlechter contributed superb notes in a style combining wit, depth, and accuracy." Series: World's Greatest Chess Tournaments. (A.) £45.00

3429. 1907 OSTEND. W.Kubel: Das Championturnier zu Ostende im Jahre 1907.

W.Kubel, Koln 1971. Large p/b, stapled, covers stained and creased o/w G. 19pp. 60 games, a few with notes. 1 Tarrasch 2 Schlecter 3 -4 Janowski, Marshall. £7.00

2668. 1908 DUSSELDORF, 1910 HAMBURG, 1912 BRESLAU: Der Sechzehnte, Siebzehnte und Achtzehnte Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes.

Olms Reprint, Zurich 1984. 3 works in 1 volume. Thick hardback, VG, d/w. pp 177,222,202. Includes all games, some annotated. All very strong events with victories for Marshall, Schlechter and Rubinstein/Duras. £20.00

3993. 1909 ST.PETERSBURG. Em. Lasker: The International Chess Congress St.Petersburg 1909. Foreword by Tim Harding.

Russell Ent, US 2008. p/b. VG. 190pp. 175 games, most annotated by Lasker in his clear instructive style. 1-2 Lasker, Rubinstein 3-4 Duras, Spielmann. A world class tournament, now available for the first time in English in algebraic notation. £14.00

5555. 1911 Karlsbad. Dr.M.Vidmar: Das Zweite Internationale Schachturnier in Karlsbad 1911.

BCM Classic Reprint No.9, n.d.(1970) VOLUME 2 ONLY. p/b, G. 192pp. 169 games with brief notes (in German) from rounds 13-25. 1 Teichmann 2-3 Rubinstein, Schlecter. 25 rounds! £8.00

2419. 1911 Karlsbad. Dr.M.Vidmar: Das Zweite Internationale Schachturnier in Karlsbad 1911.

BCM Classic Reprint No.9, n.d.(1970) 2 volumes, p/b's. G. Each 192pp. 325 games with brief notes (in German). 1 Teichmann 2-3 Rubinstein, Schlecter. 25 rounds! £24.00

4340. 1913 NEW YORK. Ed: A.J.Gillam: Second American National Tournament + Rice Chess Club Tournament, New York 1913.

Chess Player No.78, 2010. New p/b. All 171 available games of the Second American National Tournament and Rice Chess Club tournament (both won by Capablanca); notes, diagrams, commentary on each round etc. 87pp. Rare & Unpublished Tournament Series No.78. (For many others see "Chess Player" section on website. £9.50

4927. 1914 MANNHEIM: Gillam (Tony): Mannheim 1914 and the Interned Russians.

The Chess Player 2014. Hardback. 522pp. 94 games (the other 5 are lost) from the Masters’ Tournament at Mannheim which was broken off when World War 1 began, with extensive notes. Alekhine won ahead of Vidmar, Spielmann, Breyer, Marshall, Reti, Janowski, Bogoljubow, Tarrasch, Duras, John, Tartakower, Fahrni, Post, Carls, Krüger, Flamberg and Mieses. 90 games from the lower sections (all that are known), many never published before, many with notes. 103 games from the tournaments played by the interned players in Baden Baden and Triberg, plus other games played in consultation, in matches and by correspondence. All the available games, many with notes. Almost half the book, more than 250 pages, tells the full story of what happened when the tournament was broken off – a story never told before of the arrests, internments, the ones that got away. The author has attempted to follow all 40 Russians who were at Mannheim playing, reporting and spectating and to tell their stories. Magazine and newspaper articles are quoted from the USA, Britain, Germany, Russia, the Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, France, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Australia and more. Alekhine’s story has some surprises! The book contains (approximately) 373 games and 1 problem, 232 diagrams and 130 illustrations (photographs, maps, documents). In early August 1914 there were 12 Russians left in Mannheim facing internment and by mid-1918 there were just 2 left. The book explains how and why. This is one of the strangest stories in modern chess and it is has now been researched and recounted for the first time. £40.00

476. 1914 ST.PETERSBURG. Tarrasch (S.): Das Grossmeisterturnier zu St.Petersburg im Jahre 1914.

Leipzig 1921. 2nd Edn. Blue cloth-backed boards, G. pp xxiv,185. 75 annotated games. One of the greatest tournaments in chess history. 1.Lasker 2. Capablanca 3.Alekhine. £40.00

1150. 1914 ST.PETERSBURG. Tarrasch (S.): Das Grossmeisterturnier zu St.Petersburg im Jahre 1914.

Edition Olms 1989. F, d/w. 3 photos, pp xxiv.192. 75 annotated games. One of the greatest tournaments in chess history. 1.Lasker 2. Capablanca 3.Alekhine. £18.00

865. 1916 NEW YORK. Sergeant (P.W.): The Rice Memorial Chess Tournament New York, 1916.

BCM Classic Reprints No.8. 1968. p/b. VG. 112pp. 1.Capablanca 2.Janowski. £12.00

5279. 1916: CHESS PLAYER BOOK:: Rare and Unpublished Tournament book series No.111

. Tournaments of 1916 by A.J.Gillam. Amsterdam, April, 1916; Amsterdam, July/August, 1916; Budapest, September/October, 1916; Budapest, November/December, 1916; Arnhem 1916; Utrecht 1916; Vienna, Trebitsch Memorial, 1916/17. 68 pages; 7 cross tables; over 40 diagrams; nearly 100 games and positions, with notes where available; background information; several of these tournaments are rare and their cross tables do not appear in the published reference books. Stapled booklet on gold coloured paper, with plastic jacket. SEE WEBSITE FOR OTHER TITLES IN THIS SERIES. £12.00

5289. 1917: CHESS PLAYER BOOK:: Rare and Unpublished Tournament book series No.114

. Tournaments of 1917. The Hague (January) 1917; Amsterdam 1917; Budapest 1917; Scheveningen 1917; Havana 1917; Utrecht 1917; The Hague (December) 1917; Algemeen Handelsblad Correspondence Tournament 1917/18. 67 pages; summary of the tournament books of 1917 and the unpublished tournaments of that year; approx. 100 games, many with notes; 54 diagrams; Stapled booklet on gold coloured paper, with plastic jacket. SEE WEBSITE FOR OTHER TITLES IN THIS SERIES. £12.00

4711. 1919 Tournaments: .

The Chess Player. Rare and Unpublished Chess Tournaments and Matches: 93. Stapled booklet with plastic jacket; edited by A.J.Gillam, translations from Dutch by Jan Postma; 52pp; 60 diagrams; 6 tournaments from 1919 largely unknown (Berlin, February; New York; Rotterdam; Troy; Berlin, September; The Hague); all available games; annotations; newspaper reports; £9.00

4053. 1920 BERLIN. E.Post: Der 20 Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes.

Leipzig n.d.(1920) 1st Edn. Original cloth, spine faded o/w G. 156pp., selection of 80 annotated games from the various Master tournaments.LN 5335. Top group- 1 Samisch. £40.00

2402. 1921 HAMBURG. J.Dimer: Der 21.Kongresss des Deutschen Schachbundes.

B.Kagan, Berlin (1921). 1st Edn. Rebound in maroon cloth, VG. 230pp. 145 annotated games. 1 Post 2 Samisch 3 Schlage. LN 5340. £45.00

1540. 1921 LASKER-CAPABLANCA. 1927 CAPABLANCA-ALEKHINE. J.R.Capablanca: World's Championship Matches.

Dover 1977. Reprint of original works. p/b. VG. 81pp. 48 games, first match annotated by Capablanca, second by Yates & Winter. £9.00

869. 1921 THE HAGUE. Kagan (B.): Erstes Internationales Schachmeister-Turnier im Haag.

Berlin (1921). 1st Edn. p/b, without front wrapper, spine worn, paper yellowed. 100pp. 45 games. 8pp of photos. LN 5339. 1.Alekhine 2.Tartakower 3.Rubinstein. (20 year old Euwe came 9th/10.) £25.00

5329. 1921: CHESS PLAYER BOOK:: Rare and Unpublished Tournament book series No.125

. Tournaments of 1921. Stapled booklet with plastic jacket; 51 pages; about 32 diagrams; many games with notes; cross tables; Amsterdam (Student Ch.) 1921: 5 of 6 games. Atlantic City 1921: 29 of 66 games.Nijmegen 1951: (Dutch Champ.) all 28 games; 4 games from lower sections. New York (Dimock) 1921: a fixed opening tournament – the Greco Counter Gambit; 7 of 12 games. Cleveland 1921: (5th US Open) 25 of 66 games. SEE WEBSITE FOR OTHER TITLES IN THIS SERIES. £12.00

2509. 1922 BAD PIESTANY. B.Kagan: II.Internationales Julius Breyer Memorial Schachturnier.

Berlin, 1923. 1st Edn. Original cloth-backed boards, spine faded, boards marked o/w G. 16pp of photos (partly loose), 190pp. Paper rather yellowed as usual. 190 games. LN 5349. 1 Bogoljubow 2-3 Alekhine, Spielmann. £40.00

1180. 1922 HASTINGS. Alekhine (A.): The Book of the Hastings International Masters' Chess Tournament 1922.

Printing-Craft (1924.) 1st Edn. Original red cloth, slight wear head and foot of spine, previous owner stamp on endpaper, occasional foxing as usual. G. 6 photos, 68pp. 30 games annotated by Alekhine, account of tournament by Sir George Thomas. 1.Alekhine 2.Rubinstein. LN 5344. £25.00

655. 1922 HASTINGS. Watts (W.H.) Ed: The Book of the Hastings International Masters' Chess Tournament 1922.

Dover 1968. Reprint of 1923 work. p/b. VG. 63pp. 30 games annotated by Alekhine. 1.Alekhine 2.Rubinstein. £8.00

355. 1922 LONDON. Watts (W.H.) Ed.: The Book of the London International Chess Congress 1922. Containing all the Games...with Original and Quoted Annotations by Geza Maroczy.

Printing Craft 1923. 1st Edn. Original purple cloth, G. 137pp., nice portrait plates of the 16 players, 125 games. 1.Capablanca 2.Alekhine 3.Vidmar. £40.00

356. 1922 OEYNHAUSEN. J.Dimer, W.Schlage, O.Zander.: Der 22 Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes.

Leipzig 1923. 1st Edn. Original printed boards, small split on joint o/w VG. Paper yellowed. 196pp. 2 plates with 3 photos. 154 games. LN 5348. 1.Post 2.Carls. £40.00

4553. 1922 VIENNA. Larry Evans: Vienna 1922. Foreword by John Donaldson.

Russell Ent, US 2011. New p/b. 144pp., illus., 103 games annotated by Larry Evans. One of the first great tournaments after WW1. 1 Rubinstein 2 Tartakower 3 Wolf. (A.) £15.00

2520. 1923 KARLSBAD. Kagan (B.): III.Internationales Schachturnier in Karlsbad.

BCM Classic Reprint No.18 1977 (of original 1923 work.) Red cloth. G. 4 plates of photos, 198pp. 153 games. 1-3 Alekhine, Bogoljubow, Maroczy. £14.00

1117. 1923-24 HASTINGS. Maroczy (G.): A Hastings-I Nemzetkozi Sakkverseny.

Kecskemet 1924. Bound in plain green cloth, original front wrapper bound in (edges torn and frayed), paper yellowed. 56pp., plate, 51 games. 1.Euwe 2.Maroczy. Fragile and scarce work. No English tournament book was produced. LN 5363. £50.00

5223. 1924 NEW YORK. A.A.Alekhine: Mezhdunarodnyy shakhmatnyy turnir v New Yorke 1924.

Moscow 1925. First Russian Edn. Rebound in plain black & brown boards, G. 257pp., illus.,110 games annotated by Alekhine. Edge of title-page repaired. 1 Lasker 2 Capablanca 3 Alekhine. LN 5369. A scarce edition. £60.00

5562. 1924 NEW YORK. A.Alekhine: New York 1924. Foreword by Andy Soltis. 21st Century Edition.

Russell Ent, USA 2008. p/b. F. 352pp., a few photos, 110 games annotated by Alekhine. A chapter on Theory of the Openigs. 11 players, double-round tournament. One of the greatest tournaments of all time, won by Lasker from Capablanca, Alekhine & Marshall. (A.) £18.00

818. 1924 NEW YORK. Alekhine (A.): Das Grossmeister Turnier New York 1924.

De Gruyter, Berlin 1963. Reprint of 1st Edn. p/b. VG. 337pp., 110 games annotated by Alekhine. 1 Lasker 2 Capablanca 3 Alekhine. £12.00

824. 1924 NEW YORK. Alekhine (A.): The Book of the New York International Chess Tournament 1924. Ed: H.Helms.

Dover 1961. Reprint of 1925 1st Edn (plus new photos.) p/b, G. 271pp., 110 games annotated by Alekhine. 1 Lasker 2 Capablanca 3 Alekhine. £12.00

147. 1924 NEW YORK. Helms (H.) Ed: The Book of the New York International Chess Tournament 1924. Containing the Authorized Account of the 110 games Played March-April 1924 with Original Annotations by Alexander Alekhine.

ACB & Printing Craft 1925. 1st Edn. Original red cloth, rebacked with original spine laid down, spine is discoloured, otherwise a good copy. pp xxiv,273, adverts, xi (errata), 15 photos. A fine book printed on shiny paper, on one of the great tournaments, won by Lasker from Capablanca, Alekhine & Marshall. Alekhine deeply annotates every game. LN 5370. £60.00

2884. 1925 - Gillam (A.J.) Ed: Chess Tournaments and Matches 1925.

Chess Player, 1993. p/b. VG. 186pp. 806 games from the top events of 1925, including some only previously available in magazines. Not annotated. Includes crosstables and indexes. (A.) £15.00

944. 1925 BADEN-BADEN. Tarrasch (Dr.S.): Internationales Schachturnier zu Baden-Baden.

BCM Classic Reprint No.16. (c.1974) p/b, G. 127pp. 210 games. 1.Alekhine 2.Rubinstein 3.Samisch. £10.00

725. 1926: Cable Chess Match Souvenir. Ed: W.H.Watts. Prepared on the Occasion of the First Inter-City Chess Match by Atlantic Cable between London and Chicago.Nov.6th 1926.

Printing Craft (1926). 1st Edn. Original stapled card covers, VG. 38pp., including 8pp photos. Includes an account of previous cable chess matches between Great Britain and America from 1896 to 1911, Anglo-American Universities' cable matches from 1899 to 1910, and two other matches, biographies and selected games of the London team and short biographies of the Chicago team, plus details of rules and officials. Results and games are not given for the current match but London won 4-2. A scarce item. LN 5073. £60.00

943. 1926 BUDAPEST.: Internationaler Schachkongress Budapest 1926.

Lachaga, Argentina 1976. p/b. Red stain to back cover, not affecting inside. 98pp. 137 games, some annotated by the players. 1-2 Grunfeld, Monticelli. Limited to 350 copies. £10.00

4075. 1926 CHICAGO & LAKE HOPATCONG. R.Sherwood: Chicago 1926 Lake Hopatcong 1926 Chess Tournaments. Ed: Dale Brandreth.

Caissa Editions, US 2009. New red cloth hardback. 197pp. 98 annotated games in all, photos, introductions. (A.) Limited Edition of 600 numbered copies. The scores for Chicago 1926 have hitherto been unavailable (just supplied to chess databases by Caissa). Chicago - 1 Marshall 2-3 Maroczy, Torre. Lake Hopatcong - 1 Capablanca 2 Kupchik 3 Maroczy. £27.50

551. 1926 SEMMERING.: Internationales Schachmeisterturnier. Anmerkungen von Aljechin, Becker, Nimzowitsch, Reti &c.

Lachaga, Argentina, 1969. p/b, spine yellowed, G. 94pp. 153 games. 1.Spielmann 2.Alekhine 3.Vidmar. A very strong tournament. Includes short biography and playing record of Spielmann. Limited to 240 copies. £14.00

5358. 1927 BERLIN 1927 BAD HOMBURG: Chess Player Rare and Unpublished Tournament book series No.129

. Stapled booklet with plastic jacket; 52 pages; about 22 diagrams; most games with notes; 3 cross tables; 2 Major Events. Berlin, May, 1927: Freie Schachvereinigung tournament. Brinckmann won ahead of Bogoljubow, Nimzowitsch, Sämisch, Ahues, Enoch, List, Mieses, Elstner, Schweinburg; 22 games and 2 parts out of 45 played. Many detailed notes from lots of sources. Bad Homburg 1927: Bogoljubow won ahead of Reti, Tartakower, Orbach, Sämisch and Yates in a double round tournament. 18 games and 3 parts out of 30. Most of the results are given from the Hauptturnier, Preliminary and Winners' groups, including the table of the Winner' Group and 6 games and one position from all the groups. Lots of highly detailed notes and tournament reports. SEE WEBSITE FOR OTHER TITLES IN THIS SERIES. £12.00

252. 1927 KECSKEMET. Alekhine, Kmoch, Maroczy & Nimzowitsch: Das Erste Internationale Schachmeisterturnier in Kecskemet 1927.

L.Toth,Kecskemet,Ungarn 1928. 1st Edn. Later blue cloth, a few pencil notes, Good copy. pp xvi,159, 4pp photos. 146 games. A fine tournament book, one of the first to use figurine notation. 1.Alekhine 2-3 Nimzowitsch, L.Steiner. LN 5405. £65.00

994. 1927 NEW YORK. Alekhine (A.): Das New Yorker Schachturnier 1927.

Berlin 1963 (reprint of original edition.) p/b. VG. 176pp. 60 games. 1.Capablanca 2.Alekhine 3.Nimzowitsch. £14.00

5288. 1927: CHESS PLAYER BOOK:: Rare and Unpublished Tournament book series No.113

. Tournaments of 1927. Amsterdam 1926/27; New York 1926/27; Amsterdam 1927; Warsaw 1927; Utrecht 1927; Nijmegen 1927; The Hague 1927; Mittweida 1927; The Hague/Rotterdam 1927; ‘s-Hertogenbosch 1927. 52 pages; summary of the tournament books of 1927 and the unpublished tournaments of that year; approx. 108 games, many with notes; 35 diagrams; Stapled booklet on gold coloured paper, with plastic jacket. SEE WEBSITE FOR OTHER TITLES IN THIS SERIES. £11.00

817. 1928 BAD KISSINGEN. Tartakower (Dr.S.G.): Das Grosse Internationale Schachmeisterturnier in Bad Kissingen.

BCM Classic Reprint No.21, (1982). VG facsimile p/b. 179pp., 5pp photos, 66 annotated games, opening theory. 1.Bogoljubow 2 Capablanca 3-4 Rubinstein, Euwe. £12.00

1568. 1928 DORTMUND. P.Michel: Torneo Internacional de Ajedrez.

Lachaga, Argentina 1967. p/b. G. 48pp. 36 annotated games. 1.Samisch 2.Reti. £14.00

819. 1930 HAMBURG.: Die Schacholympiade von Hamburg. Errinerungen an die Landerkampfe der FIDE 1930.

BCM Classic Reprint No.14, 1973. VG p/b. 156pp. 150 games. 1 Poland 2 Hungary 3 Germany. £12.00

5208. 1930 HAMBURG. A.J.Gillam: Rare and Unpublished Tournament book series No.112

. Chess Olympiad Hamburg 1930. Paperback; 16.6cm x 20.7cm; 312 pages, approx. 181 illustrations and 167 diagrams; 605 games were played (7 were defaulted) - this book has by far the biggest collection made so far with over 380 games and positions; an article on each of the teams; details of the FIDE meeting; lots of annotations; indexes of illustrations, openings and players; 4 games from the Women's world championship held alongside the Olympiad. £25.00

1610. 1930 SAN REMO.: Annotations by Alekhine, Botvinnik, Nimzovich etc.

Chess Digest, 1973. p/b, slightly marked, staples rusty o/w G. 156pp. 120 games. 1.Alekhine (14/15!!) 2.Nimzowitsch 3.Rubinstein. £14.00

93. 1931 BLED. Mueller (H.): Das Internationale Turnier Veldes 1931.

Wien 1932. 1st Edn. Original orange card covers, insect damage causing mainly tiny pin holes through the book. Several previous owner inscriptions. (106)pp. 182 games. 1 Alekhine (by 5.5pts!) 2 Bogoljubow 3 Nimzowitsch. LN 5444. £15.00

5042. 1932-33 HASTINGS: Historical Chess Tournaments series: Hastings 1932-33.

Moravian Chess 1998. p/b. VG. 20pp. 45 games. 1 Flohr 2 Pirc 3-4 Steiner, Sultan Khan. (A.) £6.00

1622. 1934 ALEKHINE - BOGOLJUBOW. Em.Lasker: Games Played in the Return Match for the World's Championship. With Original Annotations by Dr.Emanuel Lasker.

Printing-Craft, 1935. 1st Edn. Original printed boards, cloth worn on spine o/w G. 2 portraits, 72pp. Alekhine won 15.5-10.5. LN 5094. £20.00

2281. 1934 ZURICH. A.Alekhine: Internationales und 37.Schweizerisches Schachturnier.

Schachgesellschaft Zurich (1935.) 1st Edn. Original cream cloth, a little discoloured o/w G. 275pp., illus. 120 games annotated by Alekhine. A nicely produced book of a strong tournament - 1 Alekhine 2-3 Euwe, Flohr 4 Bogoljubow 5 Lasker. LN 5485. SIGNED BY FRED REINFELD, 1935. £90.00

1256. 1936 AMSTERDAM: Internationales Schachmeisterturnier.

Lachaga, Argentina 1975. p/b. VG. 46pp. 28 games annotated by Fine, Euwe &c. Edition Limited to 325 copies. 1-2 Euwe, Fine 3.Alekhine. £14.00

3169. 1936 DRESDEN. M.A.Lachaga: Torneo Internacional de Ajedrez.

Circulo la Regence, Buenos Aires, 1946. 1st Edn. Original card covers, cover and pages yellowed. 51pp., printed single-sided. 45 games, some annotated, with Spanish notation. No.87 of Limited edn. 1 Alekhine 2 Engels 3-4 Maroczy, Stahlberg. LN 5523. £35.00

1456. 1936 MOSCOW. (G.Y.Levenfish): Tretiy Mezhdunarodny Shakhmatny Turnir.

Moscow/Leningrad, 1937. 1st Edn. Original cloth, head and foot of spine worn, inner joint cracked o/w G. 314pp. 5 plates, 90 annotated games. With portrait and foreword by Krylenko. Paper yellowed as usual. 1.Capablanca 2.Botvinnik 3.Flohr. LN 5530. £60.00

4392. 1936 MUNICH. Ed: A.J.Gillam: Munich 'Olympiad' 1936.

Chess Player, 2000. p/b. F. 126pp. Introduction, team lists, 612 complete games and fragments, detailed indices. Contains all games (of 1680) that could be found up to publication date. (A.) £12.00

5563. 1936 NOTTINGHAM. A.Alekhine: Nottingham 1936. Foreword by Andy Soltis. 21st Century Edition.

Russell Ent, USA 2009. p/b. VG. 195pp., group photo, 105 games annotated by Alekhine. 1-2 Botvinnik, Capablanca. (A.) One of the greatest chess tournaments, featuring four World Champions - Lasker, Capablanca, Alekhine and Euwe. £16.00

5002. 1936 NOTTINGHAM. W.H.Watts & A.Alekhine: Das Internationale Schachturnier Nottingham 1936.

Edition Marco, Berlin 1986. Hardback, small scratch front cover o/w VG. 231pp. 111 games annotated by Alekhine, introduction by Watts. Translated from the 1937 Printing Craft English Edn. 1-2 Botvinnik, Capablanca. £15.00

1414. 1937 EUWE - ALEKHINE. Alekhine (A.A.): The World's Chess Championship 1937. Ed: H.Golombek.

Pitman 1938. 1st Edn. Original yellow cloth, spine spotted o/w G. 203pp., 2 plates, 25 games, plus 5 exhibition games, annotated by Alekhine & Euwe. £14.00

2577. 1937 KEMERI. L.De Marimon & B.Lopez Esnaola: Gran Torneo de Kemeri 1937.

Ricardo Aguilera, Madrid 1958. 1st Edn. p/b. VG. 246pp. 153 games with Spanish notation, some annotated. 1-3 Flohr, Petrovs, Reshevsky 4-5 Alekhine, Keres. £15.00

3815. 1939 BUENOS AIRES. Ed: A.J.Gillam: Buenos Aires Olympiad 1939.

Chess Player 2000. A4 size p/b. F. 120pp., introduction, results, all 928 games. 1 Germany 2 Poland 3 Estonia. (A.) The earliest Olympiad for which all games are available. Many famous players competed and it was Capablanca's last first class event. £19.00

2269. 1939 BUENOS AIRES. M.Czerniak: Torneo Internacional del Circulo de Ajedrez.

Buenos Aires, 1946. Original card covers, detached. 87pp. 66 annotated games. 1-2 Najdorf, Keres 3-4 Czerniak, Stahlberg. LN 5601. £20.00

5544. 1941 LENINGRAD / MOSCOW. S.Belawenetz & M.Judowitsch: 6 Notables Maestros. Traduccion... Lachaga & Lexow.

Editorial Grabo, Argentina 1941. 1st Spanish Edn. Original card covers, front inner hinge split, a little wear o/w G. 110pp. 60 games with notes, in Spanish notation, 4 photos. A match Tournament for the Absolute Chess Championship of the U.S.S.R. 1.Botvinnik 2.Keres 3.Smyslov. LN 5622. SIGNED ON HALF-TITLE BY BOTVINNIK. £60.00

4798. 1941 MUNICH. W.Kubel: Europa-Schachturnier Munchen 1941.

W.Kubel, 1972. Large format p/b, stapled, G. 42pp. 120 games, some annotated. 1.Stoltz 2-3.Alekhine, Lundin. £10.00

3242. 1942 MUNICH. Ed: A.J.Gillam: 1st European Championship.

Chess Player, 2001. p/b. F. 124pp. 132 games from both sections, some annotated from various sources. Top Group - 1 Alekhine 2 Keres. (A.) First complete book on this tournament. £12.00

1004. 1945-46 HASTINGS. Kmoch & Prins: Weerzien der Schaakmeesters.

Amsterdam 1946. 1st. Original boards. VG. 95pp., plate, 70 games. 1.Tartakower 2.Ekstrom. £16.00

1554. 1946 BEVERWIJK. H.Kmoch: Het Schaakcongres.

Hoogoven-Tournooiclub (1946.) 1st Edn. Original wrappers, covers slightly spotted, G. 80pp. 45 annotated games. 1.O'Kelly de Galway 2.Stoltz. LN 5673. £20.00

477. 1946 GB v USSR. Klein (E.) & W.Winter: The Anglo-Soviet Radio Chess Match.

Pitman 1947. 1st Edn. Paper yellowed on edges o/w G. 119pp., illus. 12 board double-round match won 18-6 by the Soviets. An attractive little book with biographies of the players, background information on the match, the 24 games annotated by Klein, theoretical review. £20.00

1243. 1946 GRONINGEN. P.van Foreest: 20 Grote Denkers binnen Neerlands Grenzen.

Meppel (1946). Roy8vo, Original cream cloth-backed boards, some foxing to pages o/w VG. 127pp., photos, selected annotated games. 1.Botvinnik 2 Euwe 3 Smyslov. LN 5679. £22.00

896. 1946 NOTTINGHAM. (British Championship.) Ed: Aldis, Reilly & Wood: Nottingham 1946 The Book of the British Federation's Congress.

Chess SC 1946. 1st Edn. Original orange boards, tiny nick to joint, G. 4 photos, 158pp. 66 championship games and 80 from the major tournaments, with notes by I.Konig. 1.R.F.Combe 2.G.Wood ahead of many famous British players. £15.00

1242. 1946 PRAGUE. H.Golombek: Prague 1946.

"Chess" SC, n.d. (c.1950.) 1st Edn. Roy8vo, original maroon cloth, spine faded, slight cover marks o/w G. 115pp. 91 annotated games. 1.Najdorf 2-3 Stoltz, Trifunovic. (A.) Not in LN 1955 catalogue. Betts 25-174. £28.00

784. 1947 BUENOS AIRES/LA PLATA. Ellerman (A.): Torneo Sextangular.

Buenos Aires 1947. 1st Edn. Original pink printed card covers, with d/w (worn at edges), with plastic protective cover, G. 61pp., 2 plates. 30 annotated games, with Spanish notation. 1.Stahlberg 2.Najdorf. LN 5706. £20.00

2037. 1947 GB v CZECHOSLOVAKIA. MIDLANDS v CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Ed: W.Ritson Morry.: The Czechs in Britain.

(Birmingham, 1947.) p/b, slight abrasion to front cover, title-page yellowed o/w G. 77pp. 40 games annotated by the British players. Czechs won first match 12-8, and the second 13.5-6.5. £12.00

1543. 1947 LUNEBURG. W.Laaser: Das Luneburger Schachturniere.

Otto Meissner verlag (1948). 1st Edn. Original printed card covers, a little worn. G. 64pp. 40 selected games arranged by openings. 1.Bogoljubow 2.Rodl. LN 5711. £15.00

1798. 1947 MOSCOW. (Chigorin Memorial.) Chalupetsky & Florian: Internationales Tschigorin Gedenkturnier.

Kecskemet, (1948.) 1st Edn. Original wrappers, slight wear to spine o/w G. 79pp. 120 games with a few notes. 1.Botvinnik 2.Ragozin 3-4 Boleslavsky, Smyslov. LN 5715. £18.00

1005. 1947 VIENNA. Muller (H.): Das Carl Schlecter Gedenk-Turnier.

Wien 1947. 1st Edn. Original boards, G. 107pp.,3 plates. 120 games. 1.Szabo 2-3 Lokvenc, Kottnauer. LN 5722. (Another copy: G,with d/w. £30.00) £25.00

771. 1948 KARLSBAD/MARIENBAD. Filip (M.) &c: Sachovy Turnaj Zapadoceskych Lazni 1948.

Praha 1951. 1st Edn. Original brown cloth-backed boards, G. 292pp. 190 games. LN 5747. 1.Foltys 2.Barcza 3.Steiner. (Another copy: Good with d/w. £28.00) £20.00

180. 1948 SALTSJOBADEN. Stahlberg (G.): Interzonala Schackturneringen.

Orebro 1949. Original cloth-backed blue boards, some patchy fading, covered with plastic o/w G, inside VG. 359pp, photos, 190 games. A good book of the first Interzonal tournament, with 20 players. 1 Bronstein 2 Szabo. £28.00

478. 1948 THE HAGUE. Prins (L.): Vijf Schaakreuzen voor het Wereldvenster. Wereldkampioenschap 1948 's Gravenhage.

Amsterdam 1948. Pictorial boards, G. 95pp., illus. 20 annotated games from The Hague section of the tournament. £12.00

538. 1948 THE HAGUE/MOSCOW. Euwe (M.): Wereldkampioenschap Schaken 1948.

Lochem: De Tijdstroom, 1948. 1st Edn. Roy8vo, original cream cloth. VG. 252pp., 14pp photographs. 50 games annotated by Euwe, plus 75 previous games between the players. The Official book of the World Championship. LN 5732. 1.Botvinnik 2.Smyslov. (Also: Another copy, VG with very good scarce dust jacket, slightly frayed at edges. £55.00). £40.00

594. 1948-49 NEW YORK. Kmoch (H.): The Book of the International Chess Tournament held at the Manhattan Chess Club.

A.S.Pinkus,NY 1950. 1st Edn. Original dark maroon cloth, G. 130pp. 45 games, photos. 1.Fine 2.Najdorf 3-4 Euwe, Pilnik. £30.00

1327. 1949-50 MOSCOW. (Women's World Championship Tournament) M.Euwe: Moskou 1949 Wereldkampioenschap Schaken Dames.

Goes, 1950. 1st Edn. p/b, spine bumped at foot o/w G. 88pp., frontispiece, 120 games, some annotated by Euwe. 1.Rudenko 2.Rubtsova 3-4 Bykova, Belova; Tranmer (England) =5th. LN 5789. £18.00

1861. 1950 DUBROVNIK.: IX Olympiade. (Bulletins 1-15, plus 5 extra.)

Dubrovnik, 1950. 20 issues bound in original wrappers, small paper loss to foot of spine o/w G. 163pp in all, 480 games. LN 5801. 1.Yugoslavia 2.Argentina 3.W.Germany. SIGNED ON FRONT COVER BY GLIGORIC, board 1 for Yugoslavia. £40.00

814. 1950 VENICE. Kotov (A.): (In Russian.)

Moscow 1952. 1st Edn. Original cloth-backed printed boards, G. 267pp. 120 games. 1 Kotov 2 Smyslov. LN 5817. £20.00

1113. 1951 MARIANSKE LAZNE PRAHA.: Pasmovy Turnaj FIDE. (Zonal tournament).

Prague 1952. VG, d/w covered with clear plastic. 264pp. 4 plates of photos. 136 annotated games. 1.Pachman 2.Szabo. Not in LN catalogue. £25.00

3983. 1952 SALTSJOBADEN (Stockholm). (2nd Interzonal.) B.Rabar: II. Meduzonski Turnir.

Sahovska Naklada, Zagreb (1953). 1st Edn. Small p/b, VG. 72pp. 210 games. 1 Kotov (by 3pts) 2-3 Petrosian, Taimanov 4 Geller. The 2nd Interzonal tournament, a landslide for Soviet players, and Kotov's finest result. Not in LN 1955 catalogue. £20.00

2052. 1953 NEUHAUSEN / ZURICH. D.Bronstein: (Candidates' Tournament book in Russian.)

Moscow, 1960. 2nd Edn. Original mauve cloth. G. 496pp. 210 games. A 30 round tournament won by Smyslov. Bronstein's famous work from which the two English translations were taken. £15.00

1412. 1953 NEUHAUSEN / ZURICH. D.Bronstein.: Zurich International Chess Tournament. Translated from the 2nd Russian edition by Jim Marfia.

Dover, NY 1979. Large p/b, G. 349pp. 210 games annotated by Bronstein. (A.) One of two English translations of this classic work. £15.00

831. 1954 BOTVINNIK - SMYSLOV. Golombek (H.): World Chess Championship 1954.

Macgibbon & Kee 1954. 1st Edn. G,d/w (slightly torn at head and foot of spine). 166pp. 24 annotated games plus previous encounters. Includes clock times after each move. Pen ticks against game titles. Match drawn 12-12 with Botvinnik retaining his title. £15.00

868. 1954-55 NEW YORK. Evans (L.): Trophy Chess. An Account of the Lessing Rosenwald Tournament, New York, 1954-5.

Scribner's, NY 1956. 1st Edn. VG. Prize label on endpaper. 116pp. 30 games annotated by Evans. 1.Reshevsky 2.Evans. £20.00

820. 1954-56 Dr.Dyckhoff: Fernschach-Gedenkturnier.

De Gruyter, Berlin 1958. Roy8vo, original coloured card covers. VG. 246pp., photos, many annotated correspondence games arranged by opening, from the Dyckhoff Memorial tournament, the top group won by L.Schmid, 2.O'Kelly. £18.00

1247. 1955 MOSCOW (22nd USSR Ch.): XXII pervenstvo SSSR po shakhmatam.

Moscow 1956. Original cloth-backed boards, spine bit faded, G. 268pp. 197 games. 1-2 Geller (won play-off), Smyslov. £18.00

2292. 1955 NOVI SAD: X Sahovski Sampionat Jugoslavije.

Beograd, (c.1955). p/b, stained on front cover o/w G. 48pp. 153 games. 1 Karaklajic 2 Gligoric 3-4 Rabar, Ivkov. £8.00

1521. 1955 USSR v Hungary: .

Chess SC, 1955. p/b. VG. 24pp. 32 games. (A.) USSR won 20-12. £6.00

1401. 1957 BOTVINNIK - SMYSLOV. Golombek (H.): World Chess Championship.

MacGibbon & Kee, 1957. 1st Edn. Spine faded, covers a bit marked, internally good. 144pp. The clock times are given after each move. Smyslov won 12.5 - 9.5. £10.00

1701. 1957 MOSCOW. (24th USSR Ch.): Bulletin No.1-14.

Moscow, 1957. 4to, loose bulletins, G. 112pp in all. 231 games, some annotated. 1.Tal 2-3 Bronstein, Keres. £15.00

1258. 1957 MOSCOW. P.H.Clarke: 24th USSR Chess Championship.

BCM Quarterly No.1 (1957). p/b, back cover with stain o/w G. 120pp. 231 games, some annotated. 1.Tal 2-3 Bronstein, Keres. 22 players, 21 rounds over 1 month! (A.) £20.00

5451. 1959 SOFIA (13th Bulgarian Championship): XIII Republikansko parvenstvo.

Sofia 1959. p/b, G. 40pp. 105 games without notes. Opening theory. Only 2000 copies printed. 1. V.Popov 2 Bobotsov. £10.00

3294. 1959 YORK Chess Congress.: British Championship Tournament.

Chess SC, (1959) Printed card covers. G. 63pp., illus, 203 games. Swiss system, 1-3 Golombek, Haygarth, Penrose. Penrose won play-off. £14.00

4630. 1959 ZURICH.: 150 Jahre Schachgesellschaft Zurich.

Sondernummer der Schweizerischen Schachzeitung. 1959. p/b, stapled, partly yellowed, G. p.102-126. 120 games, a few with notes. 1 Tal 2 Gligoric 3-4 Fischer, Keres. £8.00

2865. 1960 BOTVINNIK - TAL. L.Abramov & S.Flohr: Weltgeschichte des Schachs. Sonderheft 1. Weltmeisterschaft 1960.

E.Wildhagen, Hamburg 1960. p/b, covers and pages yellowed, some pencil marks. (68)pp. photos, 21 annotated games. Tal won 12.5 - 8.5. Signed by H.G.Schenk (chess author) inside front cover. £10.00

3899. 1960 BOTVINNIK-TAL. M.Tal: Match for the World Championship. Translated by H.W.Russell.

Russell Ent, US 2003. Revised & Expanded 6th Edn. p/b. F. 212pp., photos. Tal won 12.5-8.5. A translation of Tal's "incredibly thorough and personal work." The 21 games are annotated with lengthy prose rather than numerous variations and clock times are included. (A.) £15.00

4400. 1962 STOCKHOLM: Interzonal.

(A.Kalnaj, Chicago, n.d.) p/b. G. 64pp. 258 games. (No notes or commentary).1 Fischer 2-3 Petrosian, Geller. 23 players, Fischer 2.5pts clear. £14.00

4834. 1962 VARNA: XV Olympiade d'Echecs. (Yugoslav team results.)

Beograd 1962. p/b. G. 28pp., all 40 games of Yugoslav team, plus further selection of 38 games, photos. 1 USSR 2 Yugoslavia 3 Argentina. £12.00

5556. 1963 BOTVINNIK - PETROSIAN. R.G.Wade: The World Chess Championship.

Hardinge Simpole 2002. Reprint of 1963 edn. p/b. VG. 218pp., photos, biographies, annotated games, with clock times given. Petrosian won 12.5-9.5. £10.00

1348. 1969 PETROSIAN-SPASSKY. Boleslavsky & Bondarevsky: (in Russian.)

Moscow 1970. p/b, G. 184pp., many fine photos. 23 annotated games. Spassky won 12.5-10.5. £12.00

3063. 1970 SKOPJE: Openings Survey by L.S.Blackstock.

CP No.114. (1970) p/b. VG. 36pp. 120 games. There are two blank pages with loss of about 12 games. 1-2 Taimanov, Vasyukov 3 Gheorghiu. (A.) £4.00

3325. 1972 AMSTERDAM.: Toernooiboek Twaalfde IBM Schaaktoernooi.

(Amst. 1972) p/b, G. 175pp., photos, 120 games from GM group, some annotated, 66 from Master group. 1.Polugaevsky 2.Korchnoi 3.Uhlmann. £9.00

3700. 1972 FISCHER - SPASSKY. M.Euwe & J.Timman: Fischer World Champion!

NIC 2003. 2nd English Edn. p/b. VG. 159pp., photos, essay on the prelude to the match by Euwe, then FIDE President, the 21 games annotated in detail by Timman. (A.) £14.00

2213. 1972 FISCHER - SPASSKY. Roberts, Schonberg, Horowitz & Reshevsky: The New York Times Report on the Chess Match of the Century.

Corgi, 1972. p/b. VG. 218pp. A lot of background information as well as the games. £6.00

2214. 1972 FISCHER - SPASSKY. S.Gligoric: The World Chess Championship Match.

Collins, 1972. p/b. Paper yellowed as usual o/w VG. 128pp., games annotated by Gligoric. £4.00

3854. 1972 FISCHER - SPASSKY: Edmonds (D.) & J.Eidinow: Bobby Fischer Goes to War. The True Story of How the Soviets Lost the Most Extraordinary Chess Match of All Time.

Faber 2004. 1st Edn. VG,d/w. 302pp., illus. "Reconstructed in a style as compelling as that of a thriller." The authors had access to previously unreleased documents and numerous interviews with many of the central players. (No games.) (Also: p/b edition. VG. £8.00) £12.00

486. 1972 FISCHER-SPASSKY. Alexander (C.H.O'D): Fischer v.Spassky Reykjavik 1972.

Penguin 1972. Large p/b, G. 144pp., photos. First part includes the run-up to the championship, chapters on Fischer and Spassky, previous encounters, report from Reykjavik before the match began. All games fully annotated. £7.00

2001. 1972 FISCHER-SPASSKY. H.Golombek: World Chess Championship. Introduction by Arthur Koestler.

The Times, 1973. p/b, paper yellowed o/w VG. 138pp. £4.00

1107. 1972 SAN ANTONIO.: 'Church's Fried Chicken'.

CP No.149. (1972.) p/b. G. (28)pp. 120 games. 1-3 Karpov, Petrosian, Portisch. £5.00

4375. 1972 SKOPJE: XX Olympiad Skopje 1972.

CP No.148. p/b. VG. (72)pp., photos, selection of about 350 games, many with informator notes. (A.) £7.50

483. 1972 SKOPJE. Matanovic (A.): Chess Olympiad Skopje 1972.

Beograd 1972. 1st English Edn. VG, d/w. 214pp., many photos, over 300 games. (A.) £12.00

4563. 1972-73 MELBOURNE. Ed: W.MacLean: Australian Open Chess Championship (2nd.) 100 Best Games.

Chess Mates, Australia 1973. p/b. VG. 57pp., 100 games, most annotated. 1 M.Fuller 2 R.Jamieson 3-4 A.Prods, C.Purdy. £10.00

3067. 1973 BATH: European Team Championship.

CP No.164. (1973) p/b. VG. 44pp plus 4pp summary of event. 224 games. 1 USSR 2 Yugoslavia 3 Hungary. (A.) £7.00

100. 1973 BATH. Keene, Raines & Cromblehome: The European Team Championship.

Batsford 1974. VG,d/w. 199pp. 224 games. 1 USSR 2 Yugoslavia 3 Hungary. (Another copy: VG, no d/w. £10.00 ) £12.00

2888. 1973 HILVERSUM. M.Euwe: AVRO Schaaktoernooi 1973.

Unieboek, Bussum (1973.) p/b, VG. 159pp., illus. 56 games, some annotated. 1-2 Geller, Szabo 3 Ljubojevic. £10.00

2408. 1973 LENINGRAD (Interzonal.): (Tournament book in Russian.)

Moscow 1974. Hardcover, G. 279pp. 153 games, most annotated. 1-2 Karpov, Korchnoi 3 R.Byrne. £12.00

4008. 1973 PETROPOLIS (or BRASILIA) (Interzonal.): (Tournament book in Russian.)

Moscow 1974. Hardcover, G. 215pp. 165 games, most annotated. 1 Mecking 2-4 Geller, Polugaevsky, Portisch. £12.00

1903. 1973 WIJK AAN ZEE: Toernooiboek 35e Hoogoven Schaaktoernooi.

(1973.) p/b. G. 239pp., photos, 120 games each from GM group and Master group, some annotated. 1.Tal 2.Balashov. £10.00

487. 1974 KARPOV-KORCHNOI. Hartston & Keene: Karpov-Korchnoi 1974.

OUP 1974. p/b, front cover creased, paper rather yellowed. 94pp. (A.) Karpov won 12.5-11.5. £4.00

101. 1974 NICE. Keene & Levy: Chess Olympiad Nice 1974. World Team Championship.

Batsford 1975. 1st. VG,d/w. 200pp. 123 games, many annotated, results tables. £12.00

4371. 1974 WIJK AAN ZEE: (36th Hoogovens Tournament.)

CP No.178. (1974). p/b. VG. (32)pp. 120 games, informator notes, 2pp summary. 1 Browne 2 Donner. (A.) £5.00

1548. 1974- THE POTTER MEMORIAL. K.Messere: International Postal Chess Tournament.

Chess SC (1978) p/b. VG. 110pp., photos, biographies. 78 games, some annotated. (A.) 1.Hollis 2.Kauranen. £7.00

4491. 1975 BUENOS AIRES.: 52 Campeonato Argentino de Ajedrez.

Federacion Argentina de Ajedrez, (Lachaga) 1975. p/b, covers a little creased and stained o/w G. 54pp. 190 games. 1-2 Najdorf, Panno 3 L.Bronstein. £7.00

220. 1977-78 KORCHNOI-SPASSKY. Keene (R.): Korchnoi vs.Spassky: Chess Crisis.

Allen Unwin 1978. 1st Edn. p/b, some cover wear o/w G. 124pp. 18 game Candidate's Final won by Korchnoi. £7.00

2442. 1978 BUGOJNO: Ed: Wade, Blackstock & Thomas.

Master Chess (1978). p/b. VG. (40)pp. 120 games, with informator style notes. 1-2 Karpov, Spassky 3 Timman. (A.) £5.00

2027. 1978 KARPOV - KORCHNOI. J.H.Donner: Dagboek van de Tweekamp Karpov-Kortsjnoi.

Schaakbulletin, Amsterdam 1978. p/b, spine faded, G. 144pp. 32 games, with introductions and general commentary, Karpov winning 16.5-15.5. £8.00

1435. 1978 KARPOV - KORCHNOI. Keene (R.): The Inside Story of the Match.

Batsford 1978. 1st. p/b. previous owner inscription o/w VG. 159pp. 32 games, Karpov winning 16.5-15.5. £5.00

669. 1978 KARPOV-KORCHNOI. Bouwmeester, van den Herik, Jongsma: Het Schaak der Wrake de Tweekamp Karpov-Kortsjnoi.

Spectrum 1978. 1st. p/b. VG. 224pp. 32 annotated games. Karpov won 6-5 with 21 draws. £8.00

1188. 1978/1981 KARPOV - KORCHNOI. Karpov & Baturinsky: From Baguio to Merano. The World Championship Matches.

Pergamon 1986. 1st English Edn. p/b, VG. 109pp. No games, but a detailed account of the two acrimonious matches from the Soviet and Karpov's points of view, also revealing his methods of preparation. £8.00

2848. 1979 LONDON: Lloyds Bank Masters. Bulletin.

1979. 40pp loose leaf in card folder. G. 189 games. Swiss system - 1-3 M.Chandler, Haik, Westerinen. (A.) £8.00

4506. 1979 MONTREAL. Wade, Blackstock & Hosking: Tournament of the Stars.

(1979.) p/b, G. 79pp. 90 annotated games. (A.) A very strong tournament. 1-2 Karpov, Tal 3 Portisch. £7.00

2257. 1979 TILBURG: Tournooimagazine. Interpolis Schaaktournooi.

(1979.) Large p/b. VG. 64pp., photos, 66 games. 1 Karpov 2 Romanishin 3 Portisch. £8.00

3288. 1979 WIJK AAN ZEE: 41e Hoogoven Schaaktoernooi. Persbulletin.

Oce-Nederland BV 18.1/1.2 1979. Large p/b. G. 17pp. 62 games from GM group. 1Polugaevsky 2-4 Sosonko, Andersson, Miles. £7.00

5380. 1979-81. BBC Master Game. James, Barden & Hartston: The Master Game. Book 2.

BBC 1981. Large p/b, some cover wear o/w G. 159pp., photos. 41 annotated games from the last 3 series shown by the BBC, in which the players give a running commentary of their thoughts. (A.) £6.00

4150. 1980 QUILMES.: Campeonatos Argentinos de Ajedrez Ciudad de Quilmes.

Lachaga, Argentina 1980. p/b. G. 48pp. 150 games from the GM tournament with brief notes, plus selection of 11 from female tournament. 1 Quinteros 2 Rubinetti. Limited to 300 copies. £12.00

1723. 1981 KARPOV-KORCHNOI. W.R.Hartston: World Chess Championship.

Fontana 1981. p/b, paper yellowed o/w VG. 124pp. Karpov won 11-7. £6.00

2343. 1981 KARPOV-KORCHNOI. L.Pachman: Kortschnoi-Karpow. Entscheidung in Meran.

Rau 1981. p/b. F. 103pp, illus. Karpov won 11-7. £7.50

4470. 1982 LUZERN. Solt Dezso: Luzern 1982.

Budapest 1983. Hardback, VG. 66pp., selection of c.350 men's and 200 women's games without notes, including all games of top 5 teams, preface in several languages. £14.00

569. 1983 KASPAROV-KORCHNOI. Keene (R.) & D.Lawson: Kasparov-Korchnoi. The London Contest.

Batsford 1983. p/b. 96pp. G. (A.) Kasparov won 7-4. £6.00

5327. 1984 LONDON: Phillips & Drew GLC.

R.G.Wade, London 1984. p/b. G. (56)pp. 91 games, a few annotated. (A.) 1 Karpov 2-3 Chandler, Polugaevsky 4 Timman. £8.00

3861. 1984 USSR v Rest of the World. E.Schiller: London, June 1984.

Chess Player / ACP 1984. p/b, VG. 43pp. 40 games, a few annotated, introduction to each round, interview with Kasparov. Also 10 games from Kasparov simul against British & US juniors. A 4 round 10 board match, USSR won 21-19. (A.) £8.00

603. 1984 USSR v The World. Keene, Goodman & Groser: Docklands Encounter.

Batsford/U.S.Chess Fed.1984. VG, d/w. 144pp. 40 games from the match plus photos (not in p/b edn) and profiles of the players. LIMITED EDITION OF 600 COPIES, SIGNED BY RAY KEENE, including extra background information by John Groser. (A.) £25.00

1186. 1985 KARPOV - KASPAROV. Bohm (H.) & J.Mulder: Wereldtweekamp Schaken '85.

Elsevier, Amst. 1985. p/b. VG. 128pp., photos, annotated games. Kasparov won 13-11. £7.50

103. 1985 KARPOV-KASPAROV II. Keene & Goodman.: Manoeuvres in Moscow.

Batsford 1985. p/b. G. 124pp., background information, annotated games. Kasparov won 13-11. (A.) £7.00

489. 1985 KARPOV-KASPAROV. Kasparov (G.): New World Chess Champion.

Pergamon 1986. Large p/b, back cover with staining to edge and crease o/w G. 117pp., photos. (A.) 24 games annotated by Kasparov who won 13-11. Also includes the scores for the 48 game aborted 1984-5 match. "Among the best analytical works ever published." (Timman, on Kasparov, NIC 2005/3.) (Another copy: VG. £10.00). £6.00

3459. 1985 KARPOV-KASPAROV. Kasparov (G.): Weltmeisterschaft 1985.

Rau verlag 1986. p/b. VG. 132pp. (A.) 24 games annotated by Kasparov who won 13-11. Also includes the scores for the 48 game aborted 1984-5 match. "Among the best analytical works ever published." (Timman, on Kasparov, NIC 2005/3.) £7.50

3881. 1985 KARPOV-KASPAROV. Pfleger, Borik & Kipp-Thomas: Schach-wm'85 Karpow-Kasparow.

Falken Verlag 1985. p/b. VG. 128pp., interviews, photos, fully annotated games, including some from the first aborted match. Kasparov won 13-11. £10.00

3083. 1986 KASPAROV - KARPOV. G.Ligterink: De Matches.

de Volkskrant, Amsterdam 1986. p/b. G. 103pp. Comprises Ligterink's reports from London & Leningrad. Kasparov won 12.5-11.5. Also includes all games from the previous two matches. £7.00

906. 1986 KASPAROV - KARPOV. Keene & Goodman: The Centenary Match. Kasparov - Karpov III.

Batsford 1986. 1st. p/b. VG. 124pp. Kasparov won 12.5-11.5. (A.) £5.00

1560. 1986 KASPAROV - KARPOV. M.Aaron: World Chess Championship, London - Leningrad.

Chess Mate, India 1986. p/b. VG. 52pp. (A.) Kasparov won 12.5-11.5. £7.00

3880. 1986 KASPAROV - KARPOV. Pfleger, Borik & Kipp-Thomas: Die Schach-Revanche Kasparow / Karpow 1986. Mit Zwei Psychogrammen von Dr.phil.Reinhard Munzert.

Falken Verlag 1986. p/b. VG. 140pp., photos, fully annotated games. Kasparov won 12.5-11.5. £10.00

490. 1986 KASPAROV-KARPOV. Kasparov (G.): London-Leningrad Championship Games. Rematch.

Pergamon 1987. p/b. G. 143pp. 24 games annotated by Kasparov who won 12.5-11.5. (A.) "Among the best analytical works ever published. The annotations to the 16th game fill up 20 pages!" (Timman, on Kasparov, NIC 2005/3.) £10.00

2224. 1986 KASPAROV-KARPOV. Wade, Miles, Bronstein & others: The Book of the World Championship. London / Leningrad.

Chequers, 1986. 1st Edn. p/b. VG. 24 annotated games, and diagrams every two moves. Kasparov won 12.5-11.5. (A.) £8.00

5194. 1986-1987 Kasparov - Karpov. KASPAROV (G.): Garry Kasparov on Modern Chess. Part 3 Kasparov vs Karpov 1986-1987. (The 3rd and 4th Matches.)

Everyman 2009. Large red hardback, VG,d/w. 432pp., 51 games annotated in depth, and Kasparov's accounts of those titanic matches. (A.) Uniform with his series "My Great Predecessors." £28.00

3964. 1987 BRUSSELS. H.Bohm: Swift-Chess (Blitz) World Championship 1987.

Interchess BV, Amsterdam 1987. p/b. VG. 20pp. 134 games. 1 Kasparov 2 Timman 3-4 Karpov, Ljubojevic. (A.) £6.00

1185. 1987 KASPAROV - KARPOV IV. Keene, Goodman & Spanier: Showdown in Seville.

Batsford 1987. p/b. VG. 126pp. Paper rather yellowed. Match drawn 12-12 with Kasparov winning the final game to retain his title. (A.) £6.00

2882. 1987 KASPAROV - KARPOV. H.Bohm: Wereldtweekamp Schaken '87 in Sevilla.

Tirion, Baarn 1988. p/b. VG. 128pp., photos. Match drawn 12-12 with Kasparov winning the final game to retain his title. £7.00

5448. 1987 KASPAROV - KARPOV. K.Neat: World Chess Championship Seville 1987.

Cadogan 1993. p/b. VG. 126pp. Based on contemporary Russian sources. Match drawn 12-12 with Kasparov winning the final game to retain his title. (A.) £7.50

491. 1987 KASPAROV-SHORT. Keene (R.): Speed Chess Challenge.

Batsford 1987. 1st Edn. Large p/b. G. 96pp., photos, 6 games with a diagram after every move. Kasparov won 4-2. (A.) £5.00

3431. 1988 AMSTERDAM: 7th OHRA Grootmeestertoernooi. Bulletin.

Amsterdam, 1988. Large p/b. VG. 99pp., photos, introduction, 30 games "Kroongroep" 1 Korchnoi 2 Nunn. 138 games GM 9 rnd Swiss - 1-3 Gulko, Gelfand, Lobron. £10.00

3470. 1990 KASPAROV-KARPOV. B.Wall: World Chess Championship.

Chess Enterprises, 1991. p/b. VG. 105pp., introduction, 24 annotated games. Kasparov won 12.5-11.5. (A.) £7.00

492. 1990 KASPAROV-KARPOV. Kasparov, Geller &c.: Kasparov v Karpov 1990.

Pergamon 1991. p/b. VG. 151pp. (A.) Kasparov won 12.5-11.5. £6.00

2028. 1990 KASPAROV-KARPOV. Pliester & Douven: K - K New York - Lyon.

Eindhoven, 1990. p/b. VG. 110pp., photos. 24 annotated games. Kasparov won 12.5-11.5. £8.00

2800. 1990 KASPAROV-KARPOV. R.Keene: Battle of the Titans. New York - Lyons.

Batsford 1991. p/b. VG. 124pp. (A.) Kasparov won 12.5-11.5. £7.00

2255. 1991 GRONINGEN.: European Open Chess Tournament.

Groningen, 1992. Large p/b. G. 141pp., photos, 165 games from Invitation Group and GM Open, a few annotated. Invitation - 1-2 Piket, C.Hansen. £10.00

4355. 1992 DORTMUND. Konikowski, Schulenburg & Treppner: Das Buch zum Turnier.

Beyer verlag 1992. p/b. F. 175pp., photos, player profiles, 47 annotated games. 1-2 Kasparov, Ivanchuk 3 Bareev. £14.00

3888. 1993 KASPAROV-SHORT and KARPOV-TIMMAN. W.Hartston: Short v Kasparov. The Hi-Jacking of the World Chess Championship.

Hodder & Stoughton 1993. p/b, spine creased o/w G. Paper yellowed, slight staining at foot. 200pp., much background information and general chess history, photos, 20 annotated games, plus the 21 games of the Karpov - Timman FIDE match, some earlier games. (A.) Kasparov won 12.5 - 7.5, and Karpov won 12.5 - 8.5. £8.00

435. 1993 KASPAROV-SHORT. Lawson (D.): The Inner Game.

Macmillan 1993. 1st Edn. VG, d/w. 249pp. The inside story of the 1993 Kasparov-Short match written in an incisive and entertaining style by a close friend of Short. 20 games without notes at end. £8.00

4078. 1994 GRONINGEN: 33e Internationaal Schaaktoernooi. WK-Kwalificatietoernooi PCA.

Groningen, 1995. Large p/b, VG. 189,xvipp., photos, 219 games from GM Invitation and Open tournaments, some annotated. Invitation - 1 Almasi 2 Yusupov. A nice production. £14.00

2434. 1995 KASPAROV - ANAND. J.Hall & J.R.Cartier: A View from the Top. The Kasparov - Anand PCA Match, New York 1995.

Hays, US 1996. p/b. F. 123pp. With analytical contributions by GMs Shamkovich and Palatnik. Kasparov won 10.5-7.5. (A.) £7.00

4471. 1995 KASPAROV-ANAND: 1995 Intel World Chess Championship, Observation Deck, World Trade Center, Sept.11 - Oct.13.

PCA, Official Program. Large format p/b. F. 24pp. Introduction by Maurice Ashley, welcomes from Mayor Giuliani, Intel & PCA, rating list, profiles and photos of Kasparov and Anand, previous encounters, score table, chess in New York article, article on World Trade Center. A collector's item. £10.00

383. 1995 KASPAROV-ANAND. Keene (R.): World Chess Championship.

Batsford 1995. VG. p/b. 128pp. Kasparov 10.5-Anand 7.5. (A.) £7.00

494. 1995 KASPAROV-ANAND. King (D.): World Chess Championship 1995.

Cadogan 1995. p/b. VG. 128pp. (A.) Kasparov won 10.5-7.5. £7.00

2962. 1995 KASPAROV-ANAND. W.Uhlmann & G.Treppner: PCA Schachweltmeisterschaft 1995. mit Kandidatenkampfen und den Wichtigsten Turnieren 1993-1995.

Beyer verlag, 1995. p/b. F. 142pp., illus. (A.) Kasparov won 10.5-7.5. £8.00

4508. 1996 NOVGOROD, POLANICA ZDROJ, AMSTERDAM, BIEL. 1920 BERLIN.: Cesko Slovenskeho Sachoveho Bulletinu.

Turnajovy Servis 10, 1996. p/b. G. 32pp. All the games from 5 events with Czech notation. £5.00

2166. 1997 KASPAROV vs DEEP BLUE. R.Keene, T.Buzan and D.Goodman: Man Versus Machine.

Buzan Centres 1997. 1st. p/b. F. 128pp. Deep Blue won 3.5-2.5. (A.) £7.50

2429. 1997 KASPAROV vs DEEPER BLUE. D.King: Kasparov v Deeper Blue.

Batsford 1997. p/b. F. 112pp., photos, background info, previous games. Deep Blue won 3.5-2.5. (A.) £7.00

5317. Di Felice (G.): Chess Competitions 1824 - 1970: An Annotated International Bibliography of Books, Bulletins, and Programs.

Moravian Chess 2014. New hardback. 554pp. The bibliography is divided into five parts, part one is devoted to individual tournaments, part two to individual matches, part three to team tournaments, part four to team matches and part five is devoted to correspondence competitions. The book is completed by a list of sources and a general index of competitions. £36.00

2902. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1747-1900. A Comprehensive Record with 465 Tournament Crosstables and 590 Match Scores.

McFarland, US 2009. Repr. large p/b. 235pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. Has 135 more crosstables than Gaige Vol.1. £40.00

3146. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1901-1920. A Comprehensive Record with 860 Tournament Crosstables and 375 Match Scores.

McFarland, US 2006. New large p/b. 321pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. Has 85 more crosstables than Gaige Vol.2-3. £40.00

3245. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1921-1930. A Comprehensive Record with 940 Tournament Crosstables and 210 Match Scores.

McFarland, US 2006. New large p/b. 342pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. Has 130 more crosstables than Gaige Vol.4. £40.00

3407. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1931-1935. A Comprehensive Record with 1,065 Tournament Crosstables and 190 Match Scores.

McFarland, US 2006. New large p/b. 410pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. This volume now extends beyond the 4 vol Gaige work which ended with 1930. £40.00

3637. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1936-1940. A Comprehensive Record with 990 Tournament Crosstables and 125 Match Scores.

McFarland, US 2007. New large p/b. 380pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. This volume now extends beyond the 4 vol Gaige work which ended with 1930. Many obscure events are included as well as the major tournaments. £40.00

3956. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1941-1946. A Comprehensive Record with 810 Tournament Crosstables and 80 Match Scores, with Sources.

McFarland, US 2008. New large p/b. 366pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. An invaluable record as the famous 4 vol Gaige work stopped at 1930. Many obscure events are included as well as the major tournaments. £40.00

3957. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1947-1950. A Comprehensive Record with 980 Tournament Crosstables and 155 Match Scores, with Sources.

McFarland, US 2008. New large p/b. 485pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. An invaluable record as the famous 4 vol Gaige work stopped at 1930. Many obscure events are included as well as the major tournaments. £40.00

4293. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1951-1955. A Comprehensive Record with 1620 Tournament Crosstables and 144 Match Scores, with Sources.

McFarland, US 2010. New large p/b. 596pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. Lists the results of men's chess competitions all over the world. £40.00

4294. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1956-1960. A Comprehensive Record with 1390 Tournament Crosstables and 142 Match Scores, with Sources.

McFarland, US 2010. New large p/b. 572pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. Lists the results of men's chess competitions all over the world. £40.00

4905. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1961-1963. A Comprehensive Record with 938 Tournament Crosstables and 108 Match Scores, with Sources.

McFarland, US 2013. New large p/b. 444pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. Lists the results of men's chess competitions all over the world. £40.00

4906. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1964-1967. A Comprehensive Record with 1204 Tournament Crosstables and 158 Match Scores, with Sources.

McFarland, US 2013. New large p/b. 556pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. Lists the results of men's chess competitions all over the world. £40.00

4908. Di Felice (G.): Chess Results 1968-1970. A Comprehensive Record with 854 Tournament Crosstables and 161 Match Scores, with Sources.

McFarland, US 2014. New large p/b. 444pp. Includes indexes of events, players, sources. Lists the results of men's chess competitions all over the world. £40.00

5191. Gaige (J.): Chess Tournament Crosstables. Vol.III. (1911-1920.)

Privately Printed, Philadelphia, 1972. Original blue cloth, VG. Gives over 375 crosstables in all. Scarce. £30.00

5463. Harding (T.D.) Ed: Games of World Correspondence Chess Championships I - VII.

Batsford, 1979. 1st Edn. VG,d/w (jacket slightly faded on spine). 152pp. "Contains over 700 games", with informator-style notes, and full crosstables of the seven events and preliminary groups played between 1950 & 1976. (A.) £10.00

2641. Harding (T.D.) Ed: Games of World Correspondence Chess Championships I - X.

Batsford, 1987. Revised Edn. VG,d/w (jacket slightly faded on spine). 246pp. "Contains virtually all of the 1000 or so games played", with informator-style notes, and full crosstables of the ten events and preliminary groups played between 1950 & 1984. (A.) £16.00

4347. Jones (R.H.): 60 Years in the Same Room. A History of the Paignton Chess Congress.

Keverel Chess Books, 2010. p/b (17x24cm), VG. 157pp., 80 pictures (8 in colour), 27 charts and cross-tables, 60 games, some annotated by famous players or hitherto unpublished. A detailed story of the event itself from 1951 to the present day, sketches of ten personalities connected with the congress in some way, including Golombek, B.H.Wood, Rowena & Ron Bruce, Ritson Morry, Michael Adams & Keith Arkell, a chapter on the remarkable Singer family whose magnificent home became the venue of this annual event. (A.) £16.00

979. Kuiper (Dr.P.F.): Hundert Jahre Schachturniere 1851-1950.

Amsterdam, 1964. 1st Edn. G, in a worn and repaired d/w. Lots of red and blue pen notes and markings, plus cuttings. 307pp., many excellent photos. Includes tournament results, including cross-tables for important events, occasional games, list of masters with their career results. With a signed note of the author included. £30.00