The Hastings Chess Tournament, 1895: Containing the Authorised Account of the 230 Games Played Aug.-Sept. 1895 with Annotations by Pillsbury, Lasker, Tarrasch, Steinitz, Schiffers, Teichmann, Bardeleben, Blackburne, Gunsberg, Tinsley, Mason, and Albin and Biographical Sketches of the Chess Masters

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Horace F. Cheshire
Chatto & Windus, 1896 - Chess - 370 pages
 

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Contents

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Page 9 - In the event of proof that a clock or glass has recorded incorrect time, the umpire shall be empowered to make such adjustment in the record of the time as he shall consider equitable in view of the circumstances disclosed, provided that he shall make no allowance in the case of actual stoppage of a clock, it being the duty of a player to see that his adversary's clock is set going.
Page 203 - White's move being first, thus : 1 P to K 4, P to K 4, 2 Kt to KB 3, Kt to QB 3, 3 B to B 4, B to B 4, 4 B takes P(ch.), K takes B.
Page 250 - In some cases the dash is omitted, and the moves recorded simply PK 4, Kt KB 3, BB 4, &c. (c) The moves are arranged in line, White's move being first, thus : 1 P to K 4, P to K 4, 2 Kt to KB 3, Kt to QB 3, 3 B to B 4, B to B 4, 4 B takes P(ch.), K takes B. (d) The moves are written in the form of a fraction, White's move being the numerator, and Black's the denominator, and the number of the move is denoted by a figure prefixed — eg : P-K4 Kt - KB 3 B-B4 BxP(ch.) LP-K4; 2'Kt-Q B3; 3'B-B4; 4...
Page 284 - As often shown in my annotations in similar positions, it is absolutely injurious to White's game to allow three well-supportable Pawns against two to be established on the Queen's side. The prospect of a King's side attack on which White speculates is quite unreliable in comparison to the disadvantage on the Queen's side to which he is subjected. At any rate, Pawns ought to be exchanged first, and thus Black's centre weakened.] [Footnote C: It was better to make sure of his superiority on the Queen's...
Page 208 - KtoB 2 K to Kt sq K to R sq K to Kt sq K to R sq K to Kt sq Resigns. NOTES BY DR. TARRASCH. 1 Usually in similar positions the Bishop is played to Kt 3 ; one can also leave it very well at...
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Page 7 - The winner of a game, or the first player in a drawn game, is bound to deliver at the conclusion of the same a correct and legible score to the member of the Committee in charge.
Page 8 - If a player touches a Piece or Pawn of his own he must move it. If he touches one of his adversary's he must take it if it can be taken. If he touches a...

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