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‘A forum for aficionados to discuss all matters relating to the Royal Pastime’ was the description of Chess Notes in its first issue (January-February 1982), and until 1989 the series ran as a bimonthly periodical (C.N. items 1-1933). It resumed publication in 1993 as a syndicated column in many languages around the world (C.N.s 1934-2187). From 1998 to 2001 it was published exclusively in New in Chess (C.N.s 2188-2486) and subsequently appeared at the Chess Café (C.N.s 2487-3414). Since September 2004 Chess Notes has been located at the Chess History Center.


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Feature Articles

The Death of F.D. Yates
The Trompowsky Opening
Fidel Castro and Chess
Peter Mark Roget and Chess
FIDE Presidential Campaigns
Garry Kasparov and New Chronology
Chess Seconds
6 h4 in the French Defence
A Chess Gamelet
Chess and Baseball
Alekhine and Alcohol
Reflections on Garry Kasparov
Convict, Vagabond and Chessplayer
Chess: the 50-move Rule
The Budapest Defence
The Berlin Defence (Ruy López)
Chess Proverbs
Repetition of Position or Moves in Chess
Kirsan Ilyumzhinov and Aliens
Announced Mates
Agatha Christie and Chess
Incomplete Games of Chess
Gaffes by Chess Publishers and Authors
Pet Moves in Chess
Retirement from Chess
Unintelligible Chess Writing
Pictures of Howard Staunton
Chess Puzzles
Advice on Playing Chess
A Book on Lasker
Hype in Chess
Chess Problems
The Homes of Chess Masters
Chess and Alcohol
Chess and Poverty
Excuses for Losing at Chess
Schuster v Carls
Capablanca v Kalantarov
An Anderssen Loss?
A Brilliancy by Hermann Helms
Interviews with Alekhine
Chess Pen Portraits
Boden’s Mate
Chess in Advertisements
Chess and Hypnosis
Chess and Christmas
Chess and Time
Tony Miles (1955-2001)
Capablanca in London, 1913
Patriotism, Nationalism, Jingoism and Racism in Chess
Anderssen v Zukertort
Chess Statues and Sculpture
The ‘Magnus Smith Trap’
Simultaneous Games
Euwe and Alekhine on their 1937 Match
The Gibaud v Lazard Gamelet
An Alekhine Miniature
Macdonald v Burn, Liverpool, 1910
Chess: the Need for Sources
Chess and Computers
How to Write about Chess
Chess Grandmasters
Clive James and Chess
Jacob Bronowski and Chess
Stephen Fry and Chess
Chess and Murder
Chess and The Prisoner
Lasker on the 1921 World Championship Match
Chess Cartoons by Tom Webster
The Laws of Chess (1912)
The Laws of Chess (1931)
An Alekhine Blindfold Game
Chess: Jacqueline and Gregor Piatigorsky
‘Life’s too short for chess’
Capablanca v Steiner (Living Chess)
Hypermodern Chess
An Obscure Chess Master
A Chess Database
En prise (Chess Term)
Chess and War
Boris Spassky
Chess and Psychology
Rosanes v Anderssen, Breslau, 1863
Najdorf against the French Defence
Chess and Poetry
The Value of the Chess Pieces
Chess Myths
The World Chess Championship by Paul Keres
My 61 Memorable Games (Bobby Fischer)
Kasparov v Miles, Basle, 1986
Svetozar Gligorić (1923-2012)
Chess History: Photograph Collections
Chess Masters on Film
Ernst Ludwig Klein
Stefan Zweig and Chess
Edgar Allan Poe and Chess
Luck in Chess
Lasker v Janowsky, Paris, 1909
Chess History Research On-Line
Photographs of Nottingham, 1936
Nimzowitsch v Alapin
Сергей Прокофьев и шахматы
Fischer v Gligorić Training Match (1992)
A Letter from Bobby Fischer to Pal Benko
Гений и княгиня
Chess: Prodigies, Philosophy and Mathematics
Chess and Radio
A Chess Divan in the Strand
Сабуровы
Chess: The Greatest
Chess Autographs
Photographs of Capablanca
The Caro-Kann Defence
Grimshaw v Steinitz
Books about Keres and Tal
Paul Morphy and Chess Politics
Ricardo Calvo: Persona non Grata
Chess: The History of FIDE
FIDE: The Prehistory
Vassily Smyslov (1921-2010)
Fast Chess
Chess and Hollywood
Chess and Television
The Cambridge v Bedlam Chess Story
Reuben Fine, Chess and Psychology
Fischer’s Views on Chess Masters
The Chess Historian H.J.R. Murray
A Fischer Interview
Bribery in the Chess World
Chess Anecdotes
The Spite Sacrifice in Chess
The Frank Hollings Conundrum
Kasparov Interviews
Anthony E. Santasiere
Charles Dickens and Chess
Chess Journalism and Ethics
Chess Ratings and Titles
A Pawn Ending Mystery
The Australian Nimzowitsch
The Smothered Mate
Franklin Knowles Young
The Kings of Chess
Confusion
Alekhine’s Defence
Jacques Mieses
Steinitz, Lasker, Potter and ‘Modern Chess’
Dr Lasker’s Chess History
Chess Camouflage Publications
John Ruskin and Chess
Capablanca v Fine: A Missed Win
Bent Larsen (1935-2010)
S. Lipschütz – Samuel, Simon or Solomon?
Akiba Rubinstein’s Later Years
World Chess Championship Rules
Chess and the English Language
Chess Jottings
Instant Chess
CHESS The Musical
Fischer’s Chess Column in Boys’ Life
Andrew Bonar Law and Chess
The Garry Kaspartov Scam
Chess Photograph and Signatures
Larousse du jeu d’échecs
A Chess-Billiards Concoction
The Alekhine v Nenarokov Hoax
The Pride and Sorrow of Chess
What is a Chess Combination?
Chess, Literature, and Film
Cuttings
Chess Morganisms
Réti v Tartakower, Vienna, 1910
The Riddle of Swiderski’s Suicide
The Chess Prodigy Rodrigo Flores
Karpov’s Writings
Confusion over Alekhine v Najdorf
Kasparov’s How Life Imitates Chess
Capablanca’s Death
Graves of Chess Masters
Why ‘Morphy’s Defence’?
Daniel Starbuck (1856-1884)
The 1986 FIDE Presidential Election
Books about Leading Modern Chessplayers
Chess: Hitler and Nazi Germany
Wade v Bennett
The Marshall Gambit
Professor Isaac Rice and the Rice Gambit
Sergei Prokofiev and Chess
Amsterdam, 1954: A Chess Photograph
Who Was Birdie Reeve?
New York, 1915: A Chess Photograph
Ely Culbertson and Chess
Morrison v Capablanca, London, 1922
London, 1899 Pen-portraits
The Polish Immortal
A Question of Credibility
The 1936 Munich Chess Olympiad
Old Opening Assessments
Comic Relief
FIDE Championship (1928)
An Indian Copying Mystery
Capablanca Book Destroyed
Warriors of the Mind
A Unique Chess Writer
Steinitz v von Bardeleben
Attacks on Howard Staunton
Chess Corn Corner
Capablanca in New York World (1925)
Fischer Mysteries
Memory Feats of Chess Masters
The Chess-loving Puzzle-master
Rupert Brooke and Chess
Master Roberts
Nimzowitsch the ‘Crown Prince’
The Rubinstein Trap
Large Simultaneous Displays
The Chess Wit and Wisdom of W.E. Napier
The Most Famous Chess Quotations
A Great Chess Figure
Pachman, Bohatirchuk and Politics
Alfred Kreymborg and Chess
Hans Frank and Chess
Signed Chess Books
Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Chess
Books about Korchnoi and Karpov
The London Rules
Chess and British Royalty
Chess and Untimely Death Notices
The Horowitz-Wellmuth Affair
The Guinness World Records Slump
Chess and the Wallace Murder Case
Steinitz versus God
Tolstoy and Chess
Léonardus Nardus
Chess and Sherlock Holmes
The Réti Brothers
Steinitz Stuck and Capa Caught
The Consultation Game That Never Was
Chess and Bridge
The Caissa-Morphy Puzzle
Long Calculation
Lord Dunsany and Chess
The Capablanca-Pokorny Fiasco
‘Fun’
Morphy v the Duke and Count
Koltanowski
The Fox Enigma
Chaos in a Miniature
The Mysterious Frederick D. Rosebault
Capablanca’s Reply to Lasker
Alekhine on Munich, 1941
Early Uses of ‘World Chess Champion’
Capablanca Interviewed in 1939
A Lecture by Capablanca (1932)
Capablanca on San Sebastián, 1912
Capablanca on Maróczy
Capablanca on Moscow, 1925
Capablanca in the English Review
Capablanca: How I Learned to Play Chess
Reminiscences by Capablanca
Chess and the House of Commons
Steinitz Quotes
Capablanca on his Predecessors
‘Genius’
Sultan Khan
Gossip
Two Alekhine Interviews (1941)
Marshall’s ‘Gold Coins’ Game
Chess in the Courts
Adams v Torre – A Sham?
International Language
Alexander McDonnell
Breyer and the Last Throes
A Nimzowitsch Story
The Saburovs
Capablanca v Alekhine, 1927
A Chess Hoax
Who Was R.J. Buckley?
A Chessplaying Astronomer
A Fake Chess Photograph
A Chess Whodunit
Chess with Violence
The Genius and the Princess
Capablanca v Fonaroff
Alekhine Renaissance
Alekhine’s Death
Janowsky Jottings
Chess in 1924
The Chess Seesaw
Mysteries at Sabadell, 1945
How Capablanca Became World Champion
Interregnum
Kasparov, Karpov and the Scotch
Stalemate
Royal Walkabouts
Chess and Jews
Chess and Music
Worst-ever Chess Book?
A Chess Idealist
Seven Alekhine Articles
Reinfeld’s Non-Chess Books
‘The Swiss Gambit’
The Knight Challenge
James A. Leonard
Alekhine on Carlsbad, 1929
Chess and Women
Chess Records
Chess and Shakespeare
The Very Best Chess Books
Books about Capablanca and Alekhine
Unusual Chess Words
Earliest Occurrences of Chess Terms
Kasparov and his Predecessors
Chessplayer Shot Dead in Hastings
Immortal but Unknown
Chessy Words
A Forgotten Showman
Copying
Jaffe and his Primer
Analytical Disaccord
Pillsbury’s Torment
Books about Fischer and Kasparov
A Sorry Case
A Publishing Scandal
The Games of Alekhine
Chess Awards
Wanted
Two Edge Letters to Fiske
Kasparov’s Child of Change
Chess Prodigies
The Termination
Zugzwang
Petrosian’s Games
Searching for Bobby Fischer (Josh Waitzkin)
World Championship Disorder
Instant Fischer
Disappeared
Karpov’s Chess is My Life
Historical Havoc
Copyright on Chess Games
Was Alekhine a Nazi?
Jeremy Gaige
A Catastrophic Encyclopedia
Capablanca Goes Algebraic
Edge, Morphy and Staunton
World Champion Combinations
Over and Out
A Chessplaying Statesman
Napoleon Bonaparte and Chess
The Facts about Larry Evans
War Crimes
Fischer’s Fury
Where Did They Live?

Anthologies of Chess Notes, with illustrations and textual additions:

Chess Explorations (1996)
Kings, Commoners and Knaves (1999), with a Foreword by Yasser Seirawan
A Chess Omnibus (2003), with a Foreword by Jan Timman
Chess Facts and Fables (2006)

Also available: Capablanca A Compendium of Games, Notes, Articles, Correspondence, Illustrations and Other Rare Archival Materials on the Cuban Chess Genius José Raúl Capablanca, 1888-1942 (2011 paperback reprint of the original 1989 edition)


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