Chess Notes Factfinder

Edward Winter

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Latest update: 22 April 2014.

Below is an index featuring the main items in our four Chess Notes books, as well as material available on-line at this site. The abbreviations of the book titles are followed by the relevant page number(s).

CE: Chess Explorations (1996)
KCK: Kings, Commoners and Knaves (1999)
ACO: A Chess Omnibus (2003)
CFF: Chess Facts and Fables (2006).

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(as from September 2004):

Abdullah I v Marmorosh C.N.s 4211, 4552
Aberhart, William (and Conversational Chess) C.N. 4560
Abkin v Bartolich (missed stalemate) C.N.s 7254, 7265
Abonyi, István C.N. 7824
Abrahams, Gerald (‘Psychiatry, Lunacy, and Chess’ article) C.N. 8139
Abrahams, Gerald (at Bad Gastein, 1948) C.N. 4220
Abrahams, Gerald (‘immortal’ game) CFF 278-279
Abrahams, Gerald (on Alekhine and Capablanca) C.N. 7179
Abrahams, Gerald (quote on the illusion of equality) C.N. 7432
Abrahams on unnamed Times writer C.N. 4557
Abrahams on bridge CFF 130-131
Abrahams on game against Alekhine C.N. 5127
Abrahams on Sultan Khan ACO 408
Academic Dictionary of Games by Shamshad Ahmed C.N. 6637
A chacun son héros (Gignac) C.N. 7494
Adams, Jimmy C.N. 7918
Adams, John Quincy C.N. 7977
Adams v Miles KCK 19
Adams v Torre alleged game CE 257; ACO 339 + C.N.s 3472, 5024, 5033, 5213, 5219, 7869 (photograph of Torre and Adams) + ‘Adams v Torre – A Sham?’ feature article
Addison, William (sketch, resembling Alekhine) C.N. 4672
Addresses/homes ‘Where Did They Live?’ feature article + ‘The Homes of Chess Masters’ feature article
Adjournment analysis (‘Lilienthal system’) C.N.s 4973, 5003, 7075
Advertisement for ‘international diagram-drawing system’ (Alois Schmitt) C.N. 6220
Advertisements ‘Chess in Advertisements’ feature article
Advice on meeting flank attack with play in centre C.N. 4179
Advice on openings (in 1674 book, The Compleat Gamester) CFF 335
Advice to beginners CFF 245-246
Advice to a young player KCK 389
Advice in old books ‘Advice on Playing Chess’ feature article
Aesthetics ACO 144-145; CFF 9 + C.N. 5608
Agapov v Kurmasov C.N. 7087
Age (advanced) C.N.s 6606 (F.F.L. Alexander), 6607 (L. Zollner), 7082 (oldest amateurs to obtain master title)
Ahues v Leopold (or Ahnes v N.N.) C.N. 7967
Ahues v Wolf or Müller ACO 15
Airplane checkmate (Karff v Lugatsch) C.N. 5087
Aitken, James M. (as writer) C.N. 3766
Aitken, James M. (on books and Golombek volume on Réti) C.N. 4206
Ajeeb and F.J. Marshall (1935) C.N. 6527
A knight on the rim is dim/A knight on the rim is grim/A knight in the corner is forlorner ACO 162 + C.N. 6877
Alain (Emile Chartier) C.N. 4915
Alapin, Simon (alleged advice on exchanging pieces) C.N. 3825
Alapin, Simon (place of birth) C.N.s 5877, 5882, 5986
Alapin, Simon (problem) KCK 3
Alapin v Blackburne anecdote ACO 360
Alapin v H. CFF 19
Alapin v Janowsky CE 38
Alapin v Lange CE 49
Alatortsev, Vladimir (photograph) C.N. 5480
Albertston, Bruce KCK 337
Albin Counter-Gambit (‘St Paul Gambit’) C.N. 4002
Albin v N.N. (queen odds game) C.N. 6143
Albin v von Bardeleben (six queens, not simultaneously) CE 8
Albin v Winawer CE 43
Alcohol KCK 228, 238-239; ACO 369; CFF 324 + C.N.s 5940, 6043 + ‘Chess and Alcohol’ feature article
Alekhine, Alexander (alcohol) KCK 287; CFF 324-325 + C.N. 7205 (remark by Golombek), 8538 + ‘Chess and Alcohol’ feature article + ‘Alekhine and Alcohol’ feature article
Alekhine, Alexander (allegations of tampering with game-scores) C.N.s 4537, 5632
Alekhine, Alexander (alleged bird of prey/scientist/monk quote) C.N.s 6587, 6596, 8138
Alekhine, Alexander (alleged quote on need to beat him three times) KCK 230 + C.N.s 3896, 3898
Alekhine, Alexander (alleged suicide attempt reported by Edmond Lancel) CE 119-120 + C.N.s 3842, 6127
Alekhine, Alexander (and cats) C.N.s 4794, 5575, 8301
Alekhine, Alexander (article after Nottingham, 1936) C.N. 8223
Alekhine, Alexander (birth-date and birth certificate) C.N.s 4719, 4739, 5782, 8284
Alekhine, Alexander (book found at time of his death) CFF 273 + C.N.s 4991 (Vers l’Exil by Margareth Sothern), 5004 (Chosen Races by Margaret Sothern)
Alekhine, Alexander (books about) ‘Alekhine Renaissance’ feature article
Alekhine, Alexander (Botvinnik on his character) C.N. 7263
Alekhine, Alexander (Buenos Aires, 1939) C.N. 8010
Alekhine, Alexander (canoeing hobby) CE 118
Alekhine, Alexander (challenge for world title sent by C.A.S. Damant) C.N. 5846
Alekhine, Alexander (‘chess may be called the most tragic of all arts’) KCK 378
Alekhine, Alexander (clock simultaneous exhibition in Barcelona) C.N.s 6395, 6399
Alekhine, Alexander (comments on German chess in Spanish magazine, 1942) C.N. 5073
Alekhine, Alexander (complete list of his books) C.N. 4431
Alekhine, Alexander (contract with Flohr for 1939 match) C.N. 7063
Alekhine, Alexander (cutting cake at Hastings 1937-38) C.N. 7981
Alekhine, Alexander (death) CFF 270-273 + C.N.s 6794 (Asdrúbal António d’Aguiar), 8258 (Daily Mail report) + ‘Alekhine’s Death’ feature article
Alekhine, Alexander (described by Tartakower as the champion of Europe) C.N. 7719
Alekhine, Alexander (doctorate) CE 268
Alekhine, Alexander (five photographs from the American Chess Bulletin, 1924) C.N. 4985
Alekhine, Alexander (‘I dominate them all!’) C.N. 7209
Alekhine, Alexander (interview; ‘chess has been a minor factor in my life’) KCK 375-376
Alekhine, Alexander (interview in Caras y Caretas with photograph of Alekhine playing the piano) C.N. 7290
Alekhine, Alexander (interview in the Toronto Daily Star) C.N.s 7013, 7016
Alekhine, Alexander (interview in the Tribune de Genève, 1925) C.N. 6613
Alekhine, Alexander (interview in 1928 with Brian Harley in the Observer) C.N. 8488
Alekhine, Alexander (interview in 1929 after the Bogoljubow match) C.N. 7567
Alekhine, Alexander (interview in 1933 about changing the rules and his world tour) C.N. 5631
Alekhine, Alexander (interview; references to being a criminologist) C.N. 5804
Alekhine, Alexander (interview, with discussion of insanity, politics and hobbies) C.N. 7260
Alekhine, Alexander (interviews) + ‘Interviews with Alekhine’ feature article
Alekhine, Alexander (marginalia in Carlsbad, 1907 book) C.N. 4849
Alekhine, Alexander (marriage in 1934) C.N. 8074
Alekhine, Alexander (M.E. Goldstein on) C.N. 3981
Alekhine, Alexander (Nikolai Lugansky on) C.N. 8010
Alekhine, Alexander (naturalization/French citizenship) C.N.s 8054, 8058, 8284, 8336
Alekhine, Alexander (notebooks) C.N. 8060
Alekhine, Alexander (origins/translation of My Best Games and Deux cents parties d’échecs) C.N.s 4436, 4439
Alekhine, Alexander (passport story) C.N. 8462
Alekhine, Alexander (photograph during match with Rey Ardid) C.N. 6828
Alekhine, Alexander (photograph from Meine besten Partien) C.N. 6754
Alekhine, Alexander (photograph in Sofia) C.N. 6749
Alekhine, Alexander (photograph in Tunisia) C.N. 8043
Alekhine, Alexander (photograph of son, Alex A. Aljechin, with Roshal) C.N. 7840
Alekhine, Alexander (photograph playing living chess) C.N. 5834
Alekhine, Alexander (photographs playing in Paris against German military) C.N.s 7629, 7634, 7642
Alekhine, Alexander (photograph of son at Alekhine Memorial Tournament, 1956) C.N. 5497
Alekhine, Alexander (photograph with Renée Adorée and Fred Niblo) C.N.s 5915, 5922 (Redemption, starring John Gilbert)
Alekhine, Alexander (photograph with S.S. Van Dine/Willard Huntington Wright) C.N. 5126
Alekhine, Alexander (photograph with wife, 1937) C.N. 4880
Alekhine, Alexander (photographs at Nice, 1925) C.N.s 3989, 8235
Alekhine, Alexander (photographs by Man Ray) C.N.s 6191, 8363
Alekhine, Alexander (photographs, Prague Olympiad, 1931) C.N.s 6507, 6525, 6529, 6546
Alekhine, Alexander (photographs with Pomar, Gijón, 1944) C.N. 5110
Alekhine, Alexander (play and film on) C.N. 4072
Alekhine, Alexander (poor score in simultaneous display in Riga) CFF 257 + C.N. 6321
Alekhine, Alexander (preparation with Bolbochán for 1927 title match) C.N. 7502
Alekhine, Alexander (problem allegedly by) C.N.s 7670, 7682, 7740
Alekhine, Alexander (queen sacrifices) KCK 14-16
Alekhine, Alexander (quote about reasoning from present position) C.N.s 6704, 6720, 7232
Alekhine, Alexander (quote on forcing a win as Black) C.N.s 888, 7178
Alekhine, Alexander (rare photographs) C.N. 3796
Alekhine, Alexander (reaction to pronunciation of surname) C.N.s 4284, 4289, 4304, 7974
Alekhine, Alexander (recollections by Romanovsky) ACO 361; CFF 258
Alekhine, Alexander (reburial in Paris) CE 168-169 + C.N. 4043
Alekhine, Alexander (report by Edouard Claparède on blindfold exhibition and psychology test) C.N. 5992
Alekhine, Alexander (residence at Le Château St Aubin-Le-Cauf) C.N.s 4250, 4251, 4262, 4345
Alekhine, Alexander (rumours propagated by Fine) CFF 242
Alekhine, Alexander (Sabadell, 1945 and Muñoz mystery) C.N.s 4008, 4015, 4016, 4357, 4387, 4394, 6456 + ‘Mysteries at Sabadell, 1945’ feature article
Alekhine, Alexander (signed pictures) C.N. 6672
Alekhine, Alexander (simultaneous games in Paris, Rouen and Lille) C.N. 7796
Alekhine, Alexander (simultaneous exhibition in Saragossa, 1945) C.N. 6456
Alekhine, Alexander (simultaneous exhibitions in Scarborough, 1928) C.N. 6538
Alekhine, Alexander (Spanish editions of first volume of Best Games) C.N.s 6313, 6328
Alekhine, Alexander (spellings of surname) C.N.s 4310, 5311
Alekhine, Alexander (spurious five queens game) CE 257 + C.N. 8213
Alekhine, Alexander (religion/Catholicism) CFF 273
Alekhine, Alexander (statement on 1935 world title match) C.N. 7937
Alekhine, Alexander (switched envelopes anecdote) C.N.s 4404, 5633
Alekhine, Alexander (table tennis/ping pong story) C.N. 7973
Alekhine, Alexander (tournament record 1921-27) C.N. 8008
Alekhine, Alexander (treatment in Soviet chess literature) C.N. 5336
Alekhine, Alexander (trick in games against two amateurs) C.N.s 6452, 6944 (report regarding Zukertort)
Alekhine, Alexander (vanity quote) CFF 333
Alekhine, Alexander (views on challenges by Keres and Fine) C.N. 7839
Alekhine, Alexander (wit in annotations) CE 238-239
Alekhine, Alexander (wives) C.N.s 8009, 8025
Alekhine joke (Bogoljubow and Heaven) KCK 229 + C.N.s 5600, 6813
Alekhine Nazi articles CE 248; KCK 309-313; ACO 277-282; CFF 295 + C.N.s 3605, 3606, 3617, 3660, 3717, 6067 (Tarrasch), 6068, 6110 (on Euwe), 6274 (denial by Alekhine), 7181  (attack by Bernstein), 7182 (Przepiórka), 7183 (letter from widow) + ‘Was Alekhine a Nazi?’ feature article + ‘Two Alekhine Interviews (1941)’ feature article
Alekhine on AVRO, 1938 KCK 388
Alekhine on Bogoljubow (‘a non-gentleman’) KCK 382
Alekhine on Capablanca’s endings KCK 233-234
‘Alekhine on Carlsbad, 1929’ feature article
Alekhine on Flohr KCK 391
Alekhine on Gunsberg CE 259; KCK 212-213
Alekhine on playing for a draw CE 240
Alekhine on Torre KCK 391
Alekhine as an opening theoretician (Fischer on) CE 114
Alekhine v Bogoljubow (Pistyan, 1922; position in Schachnovelle by Stefan Zweig) C.N. 6940
Alekhine v Bogoljubow (Nottingham, 1936) C.N. 5348
Alekhine v Bogoljubow (1929 world championship match) C.N. 6692 (11th match-game) + ‘Seven Alekhine Articles’ feature article
Alekhine v Bogoljubow (photograph during the 1929 world championship match) C.N. 7510
Alekhine v Bogoljubow (photographs during the 1929 world championship match, with Lasker) C.N.s 5667, 5697, 6312, 7724 (footage)
Alekhine v Bogoljubow (1934 world championship match) C.N.s 5274, 5282
Alekhine v Bogoljubow photograph (with Rueb) C.N. 4237
Alekhine v Böök (photograph) C.N.s 7517, 7540
Alekhine v Böttcher C.N. 8292
Alekhine v Braumann CE 57-58
Alekhine v Broekdrukker KCK 59
Alekhine v Capablanca position (from Gutmayer) KCK 316-317; CFF 292-293
Alekhine v Capablanca rematch discussions (Buenos Aires, 1939) C.N.s 4696, 4742 (letter from Capablanca to Eliskases), 4774 (Prins)
Alekhine v Cukierman/Zukierman (error in Alekhine’s notes) CE 146
Alekhine v Evenssohn CE 176-177
Alekhine v Feldt CE 267-268
Alekhine v Flohr (game in 1925) KCK 307
Alekhine v Frahm (pawn moves in opening) KCK 67-68
Alekhine v ‘Freeman’ (Frieman) CE 17-18; C.N. 8396 + ‘An Alekhine Blindfold Game’ feature article
Alekhine v Galindo C.N. 6390
Alekhine v Golombek C.N. 7063
Alekhine v Golombek (photograph) C.N. 5168
Alekhine v Grigorieff KCK 72
Alekhine v Grünfeld C.N.s 5676, 8500
Alekhine v Keltisch C.N. 5835
Alekhine v Keres (discrepancy over game-score) CE 187-188 + C.N.s 7055, 7073
Alekhine v Keres (incorrect claim of scoop) CE 155
Alekhine v Kimura C.N. 6994
Alekhine v Kohn KCK 16
Alekhine v Koutný (not Kontay) C.N. 8116
Alekhine v Kussman (identity of Black) C.N.s 5930, 5965
Alekhine v Lambert ACO 139
Alekhine v Lasker (photograph of Alekhine) C.N. 8043
Alekhine v Levitzky CFF 107-108
Alekhine v Litov KCK 14-15
Alekhine v Lommer KCK 72-73
Alekhine v Maurer KCK 15
Alekhine v Mikėnas (Alekhine allegedly made two moves in succession) CFF 281 + C.N. 5181
Alekhine v Milner-Barry (photographs) C.N.s 6945, 7612
Alekhine v Mooyman CFF 39
Alekhine v Najdorf (Najdorf’s claims) CFF 299-300 + ‘Confusion over Alekhine v Najdorf’ feature article
Alekhine v Napolitano (photographs) C.N. 4763
Alekhine v Neirynck (blindfold) C.N. 4700
Alekhine v Nenarokov hoax CE 194-195 (Tolush v Aronson) + ‘The Alekhine v Nenarokov hoax’ feature article
Alekhine v Nimzowitsch (Alekhine’s Gun) C.N.s 7880, 7914, 7972, 8625
Alekhine v N.N. (1 e4 e5 2 d4 f6) ACO 100-101
Alekhine v N.N. (Hoelsder/Hoelscher/Hulscher/Mindeno) C.N.s 8203, 8283, 8291, 8396 ‘An Alekhine Miniature’ feature article
Alekhine v Nowarra C.N. 5354
Alekhine v Prat C.N. 7040
Alekhine v Reshevsky (photograph) C.N. 7561
Alekhine v Salwe C.N. 5429
Alekhine v Sämisch C.N. 6741
Alekhine v Sánchez C.N.s 5436, 5440
Alekhine v Schmidt C.N. 5551
Alekhine v Schwartz C.N.s 8564, 8567
Alekhine v Segovia KCK 15
Alekhine v Sterk CFF 2-3 + C.N. 6934 (Master Prim)
Alekhine v Supico CE 199-200
Alekhine v Tartakower (lightning) CE 9; KCK 36
Alekhine v Turover C.N.s 5333, 5337
Alekhine v Valladão Monteiro CFF 18-19
Alekhine v Vallés C.N. 7563
Alekhine v Vidmar Jr. KCK 81
Alekhine v Zollner C.N. 6607
Alekhine and Landau v Fontein, Beekman and van Reeuwijk C.N. 8496
Alekhine, Sämisch, Steiner, Tartakower and Vajda v Abonyi, Bogoljubow, Grünfeld, Kostić and Sterk C.N.s 8308, 8592
Alekhine’s Defence CE 86-88; ACO 85-86 + C.N.s 8103 (odds games), 8107 (correspondence game, 1860-61) + ‘Alekhine’s Defence’ feature article
Alekhine’s Gun (Alekhine v Nimzowitsch) C.N.s 7880, 7914, 7972, 8625
Alekhine, Grace (Wishaar) C.N.s 3747, 3759, 4102, 4263, 7565, 8078
Alexander Alekhine’s Chess Games, 1902-1946 by Leonard M. Skinner and Robert G.P. Verhoeven KCK 347-350 + ‘The Games of Alekhine’ feature article
Alexander Alekhine’s Best Games (Alekhine, Alexander, Nunn) KCK 361-362
Alexander, C.H.O’D. (Chess and Alexander on Chess) C.N. 8466
Alexander, C.H.O’D. (Chess Masters in Action article) C.N.s 6596, 8138
Alexander, C.H.O’D. (comments on Capablanca and Alekhine) C.N. 4293
Alexander, C.H.O’D. (on correspondence chess) C.N. 5249
Alexander, C.H.O’D. (on regaining freshness) C.N. 5458
Alexander, C.H.O’D. (remark about Joe Frazier v Muhammed Ali) C.N. 8606
Alexander v Botvinnik (c4/c5 matter) C.N.s 4292, 6185, 6587, 6596, 8138
Alexander v Marshall C.N.s 3508, 5262, 6624, 6653, 6747, 7103
Alexander v Reshevsky C.N. 8004
Alexander v Thomas (from Chess Fundamentals) KCK 34
Alexander, Frederick Forrest Lawrie C.N. 6606
‘Alexandre, Albert’ (‘first world champion’ ) KCK 197
Alfonso, King of Spain C.N.s 3545, 3547
All About Chess by Priya and R. Raman CFF 250-251 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Allegro Chess C.N. 7580
Allen, George (photograph) C.N. 5138
Allen, Raymund (short stories) C.N.s 7430, 7438, 7457, 7464
Allen, Richard CFF 27 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Allis v Bogoljubow ACO 83
Allies v Lasker C.N. 5286
Allies v Rubinstein C.N. 7245
Allies v Saint-Amant C.N. 5962
‘All rook endgames are drawn’ C.N.s 5498, 5585, 5726, 5822
Altitude, Chess at C.N.s 4296 (Ben Lomond), 4440
Altschul, Frank C.N 7171
Altschul v Marshall C.N. 7171
Amateurs (first book with games only by amateurs) C.N. 4096
Amaurosis scachistica (Tarrasch’s term for chess blindness) C.N. 8187
American Chess Magazine (Stanley) C.N. 5298
American football CE 232-233; CFF 101 + C.N. 6102
Americans (chess will never be popular) C.N. 7030
Amis, Martin KCK 376
Amos Burn A Chess Biography by Richard Forster CFF 225 + C.N. 3550
Amsterdam, 1950 (group photograph) C.N. 6948
Amsterdam, 1954 Olympiad (group photograph) C.N.s 5780, 5790 + ‘Amsterdam, 1954: A Chess Photograph’ feature article
Amsterdam, 1954 Olympiad (photographs) C.N. 5784
Amsterdam v London correspondence game C.N. 7426
Analysis (adjournment) C.N. 5532
Analysis, Longest CE 117; ACO 176-177 + C.N. 7426
Anand, Viswanathan (books about) C.N. 5903 + ‘Books about Leading Modern Chessplayers’ feature article
Andersen, Erik C.N. 6547
Anderson v Schneider KCK 120-121 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Anderssen, Adolf (Bird and Steinitz on) C.N. 3983
Anderssen, Adolf (forgotten games v Mongrédien, Greenaway, Laroche, Medley, de Rivière and Dubois) CFF 64-66
Anderssen, Adolf (mathematics teacher) C.N. 6549
Anderssen, Adolf (praised by Spielmann) C.N. 8678
Anderssen, Adolf (three games against Sigismund Hamel) C.N. 7692
Anderssen v Dubois ACO 82-83
Anderssen v Dufresne CFF 63-64
Anderssen v Harrwitz C.N.s 6987, 6993
Anderssen v Kieseritzky (living chess, Lugano, 1968) C.N. 7983
‘Anderssen v Lange/Dufresne’ CE 190-191; CFF 63 + C.N.s 3885, 3888, 7980 + ‘An Anderssen Loss?’ feature article
Anderssen v Mayet KCK 237
Anderssen v Morphy engraving C.N. 6811
Anderssen v Steinitz match (seconds) C.N. 7637
Anderssen v Zukertort (analysis by Alekhine) C.N.s 4353, 7917, 7928 + ‘Anderssen v Zukertort’ feature article
Anderssen v Zukertort (observation by Reinfeld) C.N. 6223
Anderson, Benjamin McAlester C.N. 5991
Anderson, Frank Ross (1954 and 1958 Olympiads) C.N.s 4442, 4445, 4468
Anderson Graham, Peter CE 264
Anderson v N.N. KCK 155
Andersson, Ulf (views on old v modern players) C.N. 1390
Andreaschek v Robert M. CE 39
Andreaschek v Zehetmayer KCK 39-40
Andrews, Anthony C.N. 7434
Anglo-Soviet radio match (photograph) C.N. 7787
Annotating (advice by König) ACO 391
Annotating by result CE 147
Annotating (Hartston on) C.N. 6742
Annotating while playing (Tartakower) C.N.s 6930, 6983, 6990
Annotational clichés C.N. 7673
Annotational gems CE 143
Annotations ‘unnecessary’ (Weaver B. Adams) CE 132
Annotations, Worst ACO 326-327
Annotators, Best ACO 189-190 + C.N. 7819
Announced mates CE 83, 164; KCK 5-10; ACO 29-30, 33, 50, 81-82, 292 (incorrect announcement by Tartakower); CFF 14, 106 + C.N.s 5946, 5949, 6691, 6698, 7564, 8329, 8334, 8351, 8360, 8367, 8381 + ‘Announced Mates’ feature article
Announced stalemate ACO 25
Anthony, Edwyn (portrait) C.N. 6612
Anthony v Steinitz C.N. 6612
Anti-Turton theme (Ed. Lasker v Marshall and Lucarelli v Carra) CE 5-6 + C.N.s 5350, 5512, 5644
Antoniadi, Eugène-Michel CFF 150-153 (including games v Marshall, N.N., de Villeneuve Esclapon, Garcin, Gibaud and Bienstock) + C.N.s 3894, 3903, 4346, 6730 + ‘A Chessplaying Astronomer’ feature article
Aphorisms and observations (J.J. Walsh) C.N. 7650
Appearance fees CFF 129-130
Application form (for simultaneous display by Alekhine) C.N.s 6860, 6885 (photograph of display)
Apscheneek, Franz (Fricis Apšenieks) C.N. 3748
Aristocrats (problem term) C.N. 5167
Aronian, Levon (books about) ‘Books about Leading Modern Chessplayers’ feature article
Art of Annotation, The by A. Njubeu C.N. 8155
Ashtray C.N. 7475
Aspa, Rosario (photographs and archives) C.N.s 5958, 5979
Assiac (Heinrich Fraenkel) CFF 205-206 + C.N. 7798 (inscription to Jana and Tony Miles)
Assiac (‘of all the drugs’ quote) C.N.s 7872, 7890
Assisian(?)/Asian(?) v Kostić C.N. 8230
Asztalos v Herland (smothered mate missed) C.N. 5927
Astronomy (E.M. Antoniadi, W.F. Denning and W.H.S. Monck) CFF 153
Atkins, Henry Ernest (G.H. Diggle on) C.N. 5950
Atkins, Henry Ernest (photograph of simultaneous display, Leicester, 1951) C.N. 5278
Atkins v Jacobs C.N.s 7096, 7147
Atlantic City, 1921 C.N.s 6458, 6804
Attakinski v Defendarov ACO 81
Auerbach v N.N. KCK 28-29
Aurbach v Yates C.N. 3963
Austria (portraits of players, 1927) C.N. 6473
Authors/writers (oldest and youngest) CE 108 + C.N.s 3988, 4086, 6310 (Chandler and Naroditsky), 7151 (Rask), 8563 (Howard) + ‘Chess Records’ feature article
Autobiography of a Goat by J. Silman C.N. 8526
Autobiographies by lesser-known players C.N.s 6246, 6253
Autograph book (with signatures of six world champions) C.N. 4457
Autographs ‘Chess Autographs’ feature article
Autographs (Corus, 2001) C.N. 8056
Autographs (Hastings, 1945-46 and London, 1946) C.N. 6635
Automatic chess recorder (Lala Raja Babu) C.N. 7177
Automaton (Turk) in health advertisement C.N. 8026
Averbakh, Yuri (memoirs) C.N.s 4847, 7207, 7759
Averbakh v Bondarevsky C.N. 7087
Aversion to the pain of losing and of thinking (quotation) C.N. 7203
AVRO, 1938 (pre-tournament comment by Keres) C.N. 7400
AVRO, 1938 (photographs) C.N.s 6640, 7191, 7356
AVRO, 1938 (photograph at airport) C.N.s 7021, 7041, 7060
Awards CFF 116-118 + C.N. 3882 + ‘Chess Awards’ feature article
Babar’s Picnic by Laurent de Brunhoff C.N. 7736
Babson, Joseph Ney C.N.s  8484, 8485
Babushkin v Postinov KCK 18
Bacsó v Szlabey KCK 23-24
Bad bishop C.N. 7769
Bad Kissingen, 1928 (postcard signed by participants) C.N. 4465
Bad Nauheim, 1936 group photograph C.N. 5244
Bad Pistyan, 1912 group photographs C.N.s 3447, 6233
Bad starts to books ACO 293
Baird v Mason KCK 228
Baird, John Washington (date and place of death sought) C.N. 5711
Baird, William James, Mrs (article by Gittins) C.N. 6459
‘Balaclava Charge’ C.N. 4903
Balla, Zoltán (von) C.N. 3948
Ballet (Le ballet des échecs) C.N. 7786
Balloting for openings (Marshall proposal) CFF 318-319
Banknotes KCK 233
Banks, Newell Williams (draughts/checkers) C.N.s 4531, 4539, 4541, 4544, 4550, 4562, 4583 (score of win against Marshall), 6896
Bannet v W.P. KCK 7-8
Baquero, José María C.N. 4159
Baratz, A. (discrepancies over forename) C.N. 4023
Barbier, Georges Emile C.N. 5805
Barcelona, 1929 C.N.s 5134, 5426, 5459, 8540
Barcelona, 1946 C.N. 4628
Barcza, Gedeon (opening play) CFF 327
Barcza v Fischer (end of game at Zurich, 1959) C.N. 4594
Barden, Leonard (longevity as Evening Standard columnist) C.N. 6712
Barden, Leonard (reminiscences of Tartakower) C.N. 5226
Barden v Post C.N.s 8160, 8176, 8181
Barker v Owen KCK 8-9
Barnes’ Opening (1 f3) C.N. 8240 (Tartakower on)
Baron d’André C.N. 4988
Barrett, James J. C.N. 3899
Barry v Kostić CE 79
Barry v Pillsbury (announcement of mate in 13) C.N.s 4582, 6979
Baseball and chess C.N.s 3044, 3055, 8602, 8609 + ‘Chess and Baseball’ feature article
Bashkirov, Boris (not Bashtirov) C.N. 4927
Basic Chess Endings KCK 214 (time taken by Reuben Fine to write it); 8426 (errors)
Basis of Combination in Chess, The (praise by Alekhine of du Mont’s book) C.N.s 4436, 4441
Basker/Backer, Dr (alleged 1,000-game simultaneous display by) CFF 281-282
Bassi, Bruno (archives/Dictionary of Chess History and Biography) C.N.s 7124, 7127
Batsford Book of Chess, The by Bob Wade KCK 335-336 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Batsford Book of Chess Records, The by Yakov Damsky C.N. 3939
Batsford Chess Openings CE 150-152; KCK 272 + C.N. 6372
Batsford Chess Puzzle Book, The by Leonard Barden CFF 230-231
Battaglia, Emilio (accusations of plagiarism) C.N. 8108
Bayliss, Sir Wyke CFF 217-218 (including games v Wisker and Rees)
Bayonet attack C.N.s 6488, 7100 (4 g4 in the Caro-Kann Defence)
Beckett, Samuel C.N. 3526
Beckner v Showalter C.N. 7216
Bedlam anecdote CE 185-187 + C.N. 7783 (picture of Bethlehem Hospital) + ‘The Cambridge v Bedlam Chess Story’ feature article
Beeby, Thomas (pamphlet attacking Staunton) C.N. 6870
Beecher-Tilton scandal C.N. 4408
Before Sunset (Vor Sonnenuntergang) by Gerhart Hauptmann C.N. 6841
Behting, Carl/Karl (photograph) C.N. 6823
Belavenets, Sergei C.N. 4938
Belgian championship C.N. 5395
Belgium v Netherlands match C.N. 7508
Belik v Igonin (and study by V. Pachman) KCK 29-30
Bell v Donaldson C.N. 6076
Bellingham, George Edward H. ACO 341
Bello Gambit C.N. 6076
Bellón Gambit C.N. 7897
Bellotti v Tonetti ACO 33
Benedek v Schweiger CE 3
Benedict, Clare (photograph) C.N. 4850
Ben-Gurion, David C.N. 4149
Benjamin, Walter and Bertolt Brecht (article by Andrew McGettigan) C.N. 6932
Benko Gambit C.N.s 3957, 3967, 5457, 5461, 7791
Benkö v Ligato CFF 101
Bennett, Alan (diary entry) C.N.s 6663, 6670 (The Seventh Seal)
Bennett, Charles George C.N. 5588
Benoni (origins of name) ACO 143 + C.N. 4435
Benzinger v Reichherzer KCK 26
Beratende C.N. 7933
Berger, Johann (anthology of poems) C.N. 7944
Berger, Johann (named as participant at Brno, 1931) C.N.s 5419, 5431
Berger v Streissler C.N. 6012
Berger v Süchting ACO 313
Berger v Wimmer C.N.s 8295, 8318
Berlin, 1919 (photograph) C.N. 7196
Berlin, 1920 (tournament with high percentage of good games) C.N. 7035
Berlin, 1927 (team tournament) C.N.s 5500, 5596
Berlin Defence ‘The Berlin Defence (Ruy López)’ feature article
‘Berlin Wall’ (origin of term, in the Ruy López) C.N.s 6808, 6812
Berliner, Hans (photograph at Hastings, 1952-53) C.N. 7938
Bernard (French master) C.N. 4222
Berne, 1932 (group photograph) C.N. 5055
Berne, 1932 (players’ signatures) C.N.s 8065, 8081
Berne, 1932 (sketches by Brunschweiler of Bernstein and Alekhine) C.N.s 5054, 8061
Berne, 1932 (Naegeli’s victory over Gygli in training tournament) C.N. 6976
Bernstein, Jacob (death-date unknown) C.N. 3620
Bernstein, Jacob and Ossip (mix-up over photograph) C.N. 4796
Bernstein, Ossip (French naturalization) C.N. 8059
Bernstein, Ossip on Alekhine (over alleged pro-Nazi conduct) KCK 391 + C.N. 7181
Bernstein, Ossip (photograph with signature) C.N. 8062
Bernstein, Ossip (place of death) C.N. 4579
Bernstein v N.N. ACO 338-339
Bernstein (game or study?) KCK 39 + C.N. 5220
Bernstein on missed perpetual check CFF 11
Bernstein, Sidney Norman CFF 188-192 + ‘A Great Chess Figure’ feature article
Bernstein v Weeramantry CFF 189 + ‘A Great Chess Figure’ feature article
Bertok v Fischer (error in My 60 Memorable Games) C.N. 4867
Best book KCK 240-241
Best Chess Games 1970-80 (Speelman) ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Best computer move (nomination in 1967) ACO 17
Best first move (Howell) CE 93
Best game was a loss (Crowl and Napier) CE 83-84
Best games (masters’ nominations) CE 71-73, 235; KCK 391-394; ACO 148, 395 + C.N. 3851s (article by Blackburne), 5650 (‘favourite games’), 7049 (Heidenfeld on), 7767
Best, The (by Passell and Ross) C.N. 4302
Best tournament book ACO 409
Best writer (André Chéron nominated by Purdy) KCK 394-395
Better Chess by William Hartston C.N.s 5884, 5889 (Botvinnik remark), 6694 (planning; knights before bishops)
Betts’ chess bibliography (additions and corrections) C.N.s  3738, 4158
Biagi v Borghi C.N. 7075
Biblioteca Nacional de España (archives) C.N. 6830
Bickers, Guy C.N. 7446
Bidev, Pavle C.N.s 1248, 1331, 1630
Bielovsky v Cherniev CE 14
Bier, Max (miniature with Evans Gambit) ACO 137
Big Book of Combinations, The by Eric Schiller CFF 234-235 + ‘Copying’ feature article
Bigelow, Horace Ransome C.N.s 4190, 4191, 8232
Billecard, Maurice C.N.s 4798, 7312 (pseudonym: Flies), 7319, 7324, 7590 (Antoine Maurice Anthelme Billecard)
Billiards and chess C.N. 6414
Billikopf, Jacob C.N. 6179
Bird, Henry Edward (alleged claim regarding lightning world championship) C.N. 6536
Bird, Henry Edward (chessmen named after) C.N.s 5379, 5383
Bird, Henry Edward (date of birth) C.N. 8346
Bird, Henry Edward (family connection with Northrop) C.N. 8362
Bird, Henry Edward (in North America) C.N. 5376
Bird, Henry Edward (‘It’s all in my book’) C.N. 6106
Bird, Henry Edward (last years) C.N. 8346
Bird, Henry Edward (on his play) CFF 324
Bird, Henry Edward (photograph in Bath-chair) C.N. 5972
Bird, Henry Edward (publications on railways) C.N.s 6558, 6591
Bird, Henry Edward (writings on the Bible) C.N. 5331
Bird v Anderssen C.N. 5582
Bird v Daniels C.N. 5892
Bird v N.N. ACO 68
Bird v Lasker C.N.s 7326, 7332
Bird v Mason CE 10
Bird’s Opening CFF 56-57
Birth-place (commemorations) C.N. 5789 (Capablanca)
Biscay Opening (1 d4 d5 2 e3) C.N.s 7334, 7340 (Pierre Biscay), 7437 (Marín-Biscay)
Bishop ending (Colborne v Womersley) C.N. 4882
Bishop, J. (rare book Chess & Draughts Made Easy) ACO 366; CFF 269 + C.N. 5002
Bishop Murder Case, The (by S.S. van Dine) C.N.s 5948, 6099 (David Burton and Nick Grinde), 6105 (photograph with Basil Rathbone)
Bismarck family (mother of Otto von Bismarck) C.N.s 4908, 7486
Bjelica, Dimitrije CE 167-168; KCK 278-279; CFF 251 + C.N.s 4108, 6616, 6617 + ‘A Unique Chess Writer’ feature article
Black, Roy T. and Frank J. Marshall (photograph) C.N. 7924
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (alcohol) KCK 238-239 + C.N.s 5940, 6043
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (information in British census) C.N. 4756
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (interview, including ‘mental alcohol’ remark) C.N. 5940
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (joke on opening transpositions) CE 102
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (letter from Marshall and jubilee testimonial) C.N. 7114
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (largest number of brilliant terminations) C.N. 7966
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (number of games played) C.N. 4815
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (on the English Opening) CE 89
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (a foreshadower of hypermodern chess?) CE 90
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (missed a standard queen sacrifice?) ACO 325
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (origin of nickname ‘Black Death’) C.N. 8014
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (problemist) CFF 209-210
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (quotation about developing the queen’s rook before attacking) C.N. 6824
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (references in Lost Battle by Stephen Graham) C.N. 8380
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (Shilling Gambit) C.N.s 3786, 6470, 6479 (Muelock/Muhlock/Mulok v Kostić), 7737 (Mühlock v Kostić), 7804 (Steiner v Prouty)
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (visit to his bedside by Capablanca) C.N. 6417
Blackburne, Joseph Henry (year of birth) C.N. 5109
Blackburne v Beach ACO 89
Blackburne v Billecard C.N. 7324
Blackburne v Brewer KCK 238-239
Blackburne v E.S. ACO 325
Blackburne v Gifford (England, 1874) and Kasparyan v Manvelyan KCK 201 + C.N.s 5155, 5156, 5163, 5180, 5193
Blackburne v Gifford (The Hague, 1874) C.N.s 5155, 8127
Blackburne v Gladwell CFF 26
Blackburne v Gunsberg C.N. 6508
Blackburne v Hawks C.N. 8294
Blackburne v Kemp C.N. 4744
Blackburne v Mackenzie (1878) C.N. 5558
Blackburne v Mackenzie (game published by Salvioli) C.N. 5935
Blackburne v N.N. CE 31-32 + KCK 75, 200 + C.N. 6937
Blackburne v Scott (blindfold game; announced mate in 16 moves) C.N.s 6691, 6698
Blackburne v Tuck C.N. 6030
Blackburne v Winawer ACO 23 + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
Blackburne v Younger C.N. 7238
Blackburne’s nomination of his best blindfold defeat ACO 89
Blackburne on amateurs and professionals KCK 385
Blackburne on Lasker, Steinitz and Zukertort KCK 390
Blackburne on problemists CFF 322-323
Blackburne, Stewart Shirley C.N. 6101
Blackmore, Richard Doddridge C.N.s 7976, 7994
Blackmore v Nelson C.N. 7976
Bladel Variation (Dutch Defence) C.N. 4912
Blake v Fairhurst C.N. 8582
Blake v Hooke C.N.s 5217, 5224
Bland, Henry Thomas KCK 197-198, ACO 396 + C.N. 5112
Blank space CFF 252-253
Blau, Max (on camel) C.N. 7988
Blek v Tal CE 8-9
Blijdenstein and Oliphant C.N.s 5408, 5416, 6895 (wigmaker Oliphant), 6949, 7838
Blind players C.N.s 3421, 3426, 3443, 3873, 4006
Blind Swine Mate (pig) C.N.s 3494, 3525, 5160, 6108, 7003
Blindfold chess (came, saw, but did not conquer) C.N.s 6539, 7616
Blindfold chess (R.J. Buckley on) C.N. 6170
Blindfold chess (women) C.N.s 6289, 6468
Blindfold chess (report on two children) C.N. 6296
Blindfold correspondence game KCK 114
Blindfold games KCK 44 (Kostić), 109-110 (Harrwitz), 116 (Fritz); ACO 83 (Bogoljubow), 106 (Miles); CFF 29-31 (Enevoldsen), 33 (Paulsen), 44 (Pillsbury), 296 (Wiel) + C.N.s 3455 (Mieses), 3504 (Blackburne), 5941, 7623 (trilingual exhibition by Moriau)
Blindfold knight tour C.N. 7169
Blindfold record C.N.s 3583 (claim regarding Flesch), 4811 (Najdorf), 5941 (list of records, and controversy over the claim by Flesch)
Blindfold world champion C.N. 4396
‘Blindness’ (examples listed by Buckley) C.N. 4162
Blitz-krieg chess C.N. 6805
Blitz Theory by Jonathan Maxwell C.N. 4311
Blum, Oscar 4191, 4255, 4260, 5251
Blumenfeld v Nimzowitsch C.N. 6728
Blumenschein v Smith ACO 78 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Blyton, Enid C.N.s 4234, 4446
Board game (earliest) C.N. 5208
Board (rule about white square at h1) C.N.s 4389, 4643, 4650, 4655
Boardman, Harry CFF 224-225
Boasts about reading and knowledge (Chernev and Schroeder) KCK 385
Bobby Fischer Against the World (documentary film) C.N.s 7344 (unsubstantiated anecdotes), 7361 (mistake by Saidy regarding the Benoni Defence)
Bobby Fischer Goes to War by David Edmonds and John Eidinow CFF 242-243 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Bobby Fischer Uncensored (DeLucia) C.N. 6189
Boden, Samuel Standidge (activity as painter/artist) C.N. 5007
Boden’s Mate (Schulder v Boden) C.N.s 292, 378, 428, 474, 531, 578, 7341, 7364, 7373, 7406, 8504
Bogart, Humphrey ACO 196; C.N.8536 (alleged game against Limbos) + ‘Chess and Hollywood’ feature article
Bogoljubow, Efim (newspaper report about alleged father) C.N. 7275
Bogoljubow, Efim (anecdote about being cut out of photograph) KCK 228 + C.N. 4192
Bogoljubow, Efim (attacked by Paul Hoffman) C.N. 5273
Bogoljubow, Efim (concentration camp charge by Fine) CE 183-184; CFF 191-192  + C.N.s 4821, 5660 + ‘A Great Chess Figure’ feature article
Bogoljubow, Efim (connections with Nazis) C.N. 4821
Bogoljubow, Efim (correspondence play) C.N. 6588
Bogoljubow, Efim (game invented by) C.N. 3781
Bogoljubow, Efim (games at Zurich, 1946) C.N. 6203
Bogoljubow, Efim (hypermodern player?) CE 184 + C.N. 8003 + ‘Hypermodern Chess’ feature article
Bogoljubow, Efim (optimist or pessimist?) CE 120 + C.N.s 5274, 5515, 7833, 7845 (full text of interview)
Bogoljubow, Efim (photographs) C.N. 6305
Bogoljubow, Efim (quote on winning as White and Black) C.N. 5063
Bogoljubow, Efim (refusal to recognize 1948 world championship) ACO 365
Bogoljubow, Efim (study by) KCK 23
Bogoljubow, Efim (views on chess immortality) C.N. 5515
Bogoljubow game beginning 1 h4 ACO 74-75
Bogoljubow on Capablanca (regarding his technique) C.N.s 6047, 6052
Bogoljubow on Nimzowitsch (‘hardly a real grandmaster’) KCK 382
Bogoljubow v Alekhine, Hastings, 1922 (annotations by Alekhine) C.N.s 3925, 3929
Bogoljubow v Asztalos C.N. 8351
Bogoljubow v Kupchik match ACO 83; CFF 35-38
Bogoljubow v Lasker photograph (with Krylenko) C.N. 4831
Bogoljubow v Leede CFF 39
Bogoljubow v Leonhardt CE 51-52
Bogoljubow v Rabinovich ACO 62
Bogoljubow v Rellstab C.N. 5718
Bogoljubow v Réti C.N. 6776
Bogoljubow v Schuppler ACO 74-75
Bogoljubow Defence KCK 152; CFF 73 + C.N. 7677
Bognor Regis, 1957 photograph C.N. 6135
Bohatirchuk, Fedor Parfenovich (unidentified photograph from archives) C.N. 6396
Bohatirchuk, Fedor Parfenovich 5318 (spelling of surname), 5816 (book)
Boleslavsky v Bisguier C.N. 6161
Bonaparte, Napoleon ACO 219-226 + C.N.s 3839, 4257 (Capablanca and table at the Café de la Régence), 5409 (Paraguayan postage stamp), 8178 (Capablanca and table at the Café de la Régence), 8182 (Capablanca and table at the Café de la Régence) + ‘Napoleon Bonaparte and Chess’ feature article
Bonar Law, Andrew ACO 207-210 (including games v Rutherford, Lob, Hill and Chambers) + C.N. 3727 + ‘Andrew Bonar Law and Chess’ feature article
Boncourt, Hyacinthe Henri KCK 318 + C.N. 7553
Bondarevsky v Ufimtsev position CFF 8-9 + C.N.s 4272, 4280, 6098
Bonjour Blanc (Haiti) by Ian Thomson C.N.s 4939, 7459
Book-burning ACO 197 + C.N. 7213 (Erich Cohn)
Book dedications KCK 237; CFF 68  + C.N. 4351 (Elaine Saunders), 4692 (Znosko-Borovsky), 4999 (Kenneth R. Adams), 8612 (I.O. Howard Taylor)
Books from the Philippines C.N. 7320
Book prices (on the Internet) ACO 149 + C.N.s 8225, 8444
Books published, issued or distributed by Pitman C.N. 8447
Book reviewing CE 247-248 (Young on), 273 (Teed on); ACO 387 (Cordingley on)
Book reviews (brief) C.N.s 3480 (shortest book review), 3794, 3798
Book reviews (rude, by Golombek and Purdy) ACO 390-391 + C.N. 7575
Books about Capablanca and Alekhine C.N.s 4416, 4430 + ‘Books about Capablanca and Alekhine’ feature article
Books, Most beautiful (David DeLucia) CFF 119 + C.N.s 5323, 6687, 7537
Books no longer extant CE 198
Book sales CE 131-132; ACO 147; CFF 88  + C.N.s 6592, 6964
Book title, Inaccurate (‘1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nc3 Bf5’) KCK 269 + C.N. 6013
Book titles and covers (trends) C.N. 8286
Bookplates ACO 181-182 (Edward Lasker) C.N.s 4112 (Barrett), 4258 (Becker), 4291 (Bijl), 4372 (Gates and Karpati), 4909 (Leonard Herring), 6678 (White), 7886 (Edward Lasker)
Booksellers (recommended) C.N.s 4737 (Karel Mokrý), 6147 (Kimmo Välkesalmi), 6659 (Dale Brandreth), 7342 (Tony Peterson)
Böök v Hiidenheimo CE 42
Borges, Jorge Luis C.N. 5374
Borkmann’s Point (novel by Håken Nesser) C.N. 4252
Borochow v Fine game KCK 314-315; ACO 319-320 + ‘The Facts about Larry Evans’ feature article
Boruchowitz v Koltanowski CFF 80
Börsen Café, Riga C.N. 7310
Botvinnik, Mikhail (article ‘Botvinnik on his Meetings with World Champions’) C.N. 7263
Botvinnik, Mikhail (dancing, and photographs of his wife Gayane) C.N. 7311
Botvinnik, Mikhail (‘every Russian schoolboy knows that ...’) C.N.s 4863, 4891 (Bronstein, not Botvinnik), 4896, 5367 (comment by Marco)
Botvinnik, Mikhail (interview about War casualties) C.N. 7680
Botvinnik, Mikhail (interview in New in Chess) C.N.s 825, 8192
Botvinnik, Mikhail (match record, including right to a return match) C.N. 7137
Botvinnik, Mikhail (photographs with his family) C.N. 7323
Botvinnik, Mikhail (quote about world championship and life expectancy) C.N. 8397
Botvinnik, Mikhail (quotes from Achieving the Aim) CE 235-236
Botvinnik, Mikhail (quotes from Half a Century of Chess) CE 240
Botvinnik, Mikhail (simultaneous exhibition against Prokofiev, Oistrakh and Zak) C.N. 7726
Botvinnik, Mikhail (views on other masters) C.N. 8399
Botvinnik v Capablanca (Botvinnik on) CE 240
Botvinnik v Capablanca (played in Rotterdam, not Amsterdam) CFF 241 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article + ‘Cuttings’ feature article
Botvinnik v Fischer (Botvinnik and Flohr on conclusion) C.N. 4595
Botvinnik v Model C.N. 7548
Botvinnik v Smyslov C.N. 4977
Botvinnik v Smyslov matches (by Diggle) C.N. 8091
Botvinnik v Spassky (1947) C.N. 5932
Botvinnik v Suttles KCK 38-39
Botvinnik v Tal (noise incident) C.N. 5123
Bourdillon, Dorothea (Dodie) Denise Alma Hunter née Rodwell (Mrs Peter Nicholas Phizackerley/Mrs John Francis Bourdillon) C.N. 5891
Bouwmeester v Padevsky KCK 290-291
Busserolles, A. (v Morphy) C.N.s 7408, 7651, 7679
Boxing C.N. 5570 (Fischer, Euwe and Manny Pacquiao)
Braasch v Junge KCK 16
Brace, Edward R. C.N. 4590
Brach v Ritter von Pessler ACO 102 + ‘The Chess Seesaw’ feature article
Brackett, Quincy A. CFF 177 + C.N.s 6073, 6087, 7219, 7220
Bradley Beach, 1928 group photograph C.N. 5179
Brady, Ian C.N. 5939
Brake triangle (pawn formation) CFF 305
Brazilian immigration cards C.N. 8327
Breakthrough sacrifices CE 3
Brereton v Brereton KCK 140
Breyer, Gyula (‘last throes’ quote) CE 172-173; ACO 358 + C.N.s 6223, 6264 (remark attributed to Réti by Evans), 6445, 6493 + ‘Breyer and the Last Throes’ feature article
Breyer, Gyula (photographs) C.N.s 7471, 7812
Breyer-Balla anecdote CFF 106-107 + ‘Chess Anecdotes’ feature article
Breyer v Abonyi (photograph) C.N. 6571
Breyer v Yates (won by Yates by forfeit) C.N. 7104
Breyer and Havasi v Asztalos and Barász ACO 127-28
Bribery KCK 317 (Tinsley letter to Capablanca about Alekhine); ACO 370; CFF 120-121 (Tartakower on Shories) + ‘Bribery in the Chess World’ feature article
Bridge CFF 130-132  + C.N.s 4344 (Golombek on Alekhine), 4462 (authors of books on chess and bridge), 4828 (Lasker), 5143 (Anderton), 5151 (Novrup), 5300 (Golmayo), 5450 (Lamford), 7135 (Focus on Hocus-Pocus), 7204 (Lasker), 7764, 8097 (Bignold) + ‘Chess and Bridge’ feature article
Brilliancy prize dispute (New York, 1924) ACO 183-184
Brilliancy prize (won against the donor) CE 132; KCK 241-242
Brinckmann v Keller KCK 2
British Chess by G. Botterill, D. Levy, J. Rice and M. Richardson CE 210-211 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
British Chess Bulletin C.N.s 3634, 5265, 6307, 6459
‘British Chess Club Alphabet’ (poem by Wordsworth Donisthorpe) KCK 255 + C.N. 5662
British Chess Company C.N.s 5788, 5797, 5968
British Chess Federation (historical article by D.J. Morgan) C.N. 4836
British Chess Magazine (chicanery by) C.N. 1387 + KCK 268-269; ACO 304-305
British Chess Magazine (speculation and inaccuracy by) CE 170
Broadbent v Fairhurst ACO 46
Broadbent v Newman C.N. 6484
Broadcasting (radio and television) CE 122-123; ACO 146-147, 414; CFF 241, 257 + C.N.s 3807 (Reshevsky singing on radio), 4702 + ‘Chess and Radio’ feature article + ‘Chess and Television’ feature article
Bródy v von Gottschall KCK 290
Bronowski, Jacob C.N.s 4965, 4971, 4975, 4998, 8275, 8280, 8302 + ‘Jacob Bronowski and Chess’ feature article
Bronstein, David (incorrect statement that he played Alekhine) C.N. 4210
Bronstein, David (incorrect statement that he played Capablanca) ACO 346-347
Bronstein, David (interview with Antonio Gude) C.N. 4753
Bronstein, David (authorship of the Neuhausen/Zurich, 1953 tournament book) KCK 206 + C.N. 6592
Bronstein v Alexander (photograph) C.N. 7569
Bronstein v Goldenov C.N. 4762
Bronstein v N.N. C.N. 5945
Brooke, Rupert Chawner ACO 162-163 + C.N. 4567 + ‘Rupert Brooke and Chess’ feature article
Broughton, Luke D. C.N. 5821
Brouncker (Brounker), Henry C.N.s 3532, 3546, 5521
Browne, Walter Shawn (motto: ‘When you win you earn, when you lose you learn’) C.N. 7621
Browne, Walter Shawn (sketch) C.N. 8369
Brunswick, Duke of (noisy disturbance at the opera in Paris) C.N. 8600
Brunswick, Duke of v Prince of Villafranca and Valguarnera CFF 35
Buckley, Robert John CFF 206-209 + C.N.s 3743, 6126, 7308 + ‘Who Was R.J. Buckley?’ feature article
Budapest Defence/Gambit (books on) CE 219-220 + C.N.s 5988 (St. Schwartz), 6571 (origins) + ‘The Budapest Defence’ feature article
Budapest, 1928 sketches (including Capablanca wearing glasses) C.N. 4213
Buenos Aires, 1939 (photograph of team from Bohemia and Moravia) C.N. 6119
Buenos Aires, 1939 (photographs) C.N.s 7241, 7273
Buerger (later: Berger), Victor C.N. 6387
Building a bridge (Nimzowitsch) C.N. 6786
Bulgarian photographs C.N. 6749
Bunker, Eng and Chang C.N.s 5928, 7276
Burger v Hündorfer ACO 194-195 + ‘The Rubinstein Trap’ feature article
Burgin, Leslie C.N.s 4327, 4979, 6714, 7225
Burille, Constant Ferdinand C.N.s 3991, 4050
Burn, Amos (ancestry) CE 272
Burn, Amos (journalism in The Field) ACO 157 + C.N. 8309
Burn v Důras CFF 56
Burn v Showalter KCK 221 + ‘Long Calculation’ feature article
Burn v Uedemann CE 48
Burne v Whitehead CFF 41-42 + ‘The Chess Seesaw’ feature article
Burn v Wolf ACO 194 + ‘The Rubinstein Trap’ feature article
Burns-McCombe fraud CE 264
Burt v Blackburne KCK 10
Byrne, John Francis (on Teichmann, Lee and Blackburne) C.N. 6833
Byrne, Robert Eugene C.N. 8033
Byrne v Bachmann C.N. 7227
Byrne v Fischer (similar game) KCK 202
Byron, Henry James ‘Life’s too short for chess’ feature article
C. v M. ACO 63-64
Cable match (British Chess Club v Manhattan Chess Club, 1895) C.N. 7481
Cable match (Great Britain v United States, 1910) C.N. 6662
Caesar, Sid C.N. 7507
Café de la Régence CFF 219-220 + C.N. 5240s (treatise by Etienne Cornil), 7298, 7304
Cafferty, Bernard (bias, deceit and inaccuracy) C.N.s 1387, 3586 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article + ‘The 1986 FIDE Presidential Election’ feature article
‘Caissa’ mystery regarding Morphy (Lasker’s Chess Magazine) CFF 305-306  + C.N.s 4749, 7299 + ‘The Caissa-Morphy Puzzle’ feature article
Calculation (long) KCK 220-222  + ‘Long Calculation’ feature article
Caldas Vianna v Silvestre CE 82
Callaghan, James (Lord Callaghan) C.N. 5191
Calvo, Ricardo ‘Ricardo Calvo: Persona non Grata’ feature article
Calypso Chess by Philip Corbin C.N. 7373
Cambridge Springs, 1904 (memorabilia) C.N. 5807
Cambridge Springs, 1904 (photographs) C.N.s 4522, 4563
Camelot ACO 172 + C.N. 7164
Campbell, Joseph Graham (including match v Barnes) C.N.s 5048, 6142
Canal, Esteban (date and place of birth) C.N.s 5831, 6248
Canal/Venice/Peruvian Gambit C.N. 3946
Canal v Amateur C.N. 5885
Canetti, Elias (Fischerle/Fischer coincidence in Die Blendung/Auto-da-Fé) C.N. 5507
Capablanca, José Raúl (ambidextrous play at Cleveland simultaneous display) C.N. 8263
Capablanca, José Raúl (and Andrés Segovia) C.N.s 7893, 7903
Capablanca, José Raúl (anomalies by writers) KCK 303
Capablanca, José Raúl (article about, preceding New York, 1924) C.N. 7097
Capablanca, José Raúl (article by Ed Hughes) C.N. 7343
Capablanca, José Raúl (article in Karavan) C.N. 5878
Capablanca, José Raúl (at St Petersburg, 1914 gave odds of 5-1, not odds of five minutes) CFF 239
Capablanca, José Raúl (book by Lakdawala) C.N. 7742
Capablanca, José Raúl (bust) C.N.s 6583, 7803
Capablanca, José Raúl (Cartilla de Ajedrez) C.N. 4564
Capablanca, José Raúl (in cartoon, Correspondence Chess League of America) C.N. 8307
Capablanca, José Raúl (claim that he studied a thousand rook and pawn endings) C.N. 4068
Capablanca, José Raúl (colour picture) C.N.s 3442, 3447, 6697
Capablanca, José Raúl (‘conferred sight’ quote attributed to him) CE 182; CFF 246 + C.N.s 3741, 4157, 4209 (occurrence in Tomlinson book)
Capablanca, José Raúl (death) C.N. 7537 + ‘Capablanca’s Death’ feature article
Capablanca, José Raúl (diplomatic career in 1913) C.N. 6465
Capablanca, José Raúl (dominoes story) C.N. 4750
Capablanca, José Raúl (education in the United States) C.N. 6378
Capablanca, José Raúl (first-day cover signed by family) C.N. 6686
Capablanca, José Raúl (games which are a harmonious whole) C.N. 8546
Capablanca, José Raúl (general article) ‘Capablanca in the English Review’ feature article
Capablanca, José Raúl (on 1926 world championship challenge by Nimzowitsch) C.N. 4599
Capablanca, José Raúl (interviews) CFF 89-90 + ‘Capablanca Interviewed in 1939’ feature article
Capablanca, José Raúl (family origins) C.N.s 3500, 6583
Capablanca, José Raúl (1970s photograph of family members) C.N. 6680
Capablanca, José Raúl (Fischer on, in 1960 interview) CFF 144-145 + ‘A Fischer Interview’ feature article
Capablanca, José Raúl (forenames) C.N. 6048
Capablanca, José Raúl (horoscope) C.N. 6480
Capablanca, José Raúl (‘I know at sight what a position contains’) C.N. 6172
Capablanca, José Raúl (in Bradford, 1919) C.N. 7742
Capablanca, José Raúl (income) C.N. 8251
Capablanca, José Raúl (in Kiev and game against Lipnitsky) C.N. 7903
Capablanca, José Rául (interview in 1931 by Ed Hughes) C.N. 7337
Capablanca, José Raúl (interview in ABC) C.N. 6171
Capablanca, José Raúl (interview) ‘Capablanca in New York World (1925)’ feature article
Capablanca, José Raúl (interview on his loss to Alekhine) C.N. 7134
Capablanca, José Raúl (interview/sound recording) C.N. 6862
Capablanca, José Raúl (journey to Havana, 1913 and reference to home) C.N. 6530
Capablanca, José Raúl (learning from games won and lost) C.N. 6268
Capablanca, José Raúl (lecture) ‘A Lecture by Capablanca (1932)’ feature article
Capablanca, José Raúl (letters from Carl Laemmle, Lester Markel and G. Bell & Sons, Ltd.) C.N. 6133
Capablanca, José Raúl (living chess) C.N. 4092
Capablanca, José Raúl (memoirs) ‘Capablanca: How I Learned to Play Chess’ feature article + ‘Reminiscences by Capablanca’ feature article
Capablanca, José Raúl (mentioned in Elvis Presley concert review) C.N. 7243
Capablanca, José Raúl (mentioned in The High Window by Raymond Chandler) C.N. 5611
Capablanca, José Raúl (newspaper report in 1905) C.N. 8244
Capablanca, José Raúl (non-participation in Hamburg, 1910) C.N. 4067
Capablanca, José Raúl (on Lasker, Tarrasch and Teichmann) C.N. 7557
Capablanca, José Raúl (on Réti as an endgame composer) C.N. 6889
Capablanca, José Raúl (origins of the nickname ‘The Chess Machine’) C.N. 4101
Capablanca, José Raúl (participation in Buenos Aires, 1939 Olympiad) C.N. 6443
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph at San Sebastián, 1911) C.N.s 7582, 7587
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph at San Sebastián, 1911 dinner) C.N. 4741
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph from 1930s) C.N. 6550
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph in baseball team) C.N. 5108 + ‘Chess and Baseball’ feature article
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph in Havana, 1935?) C.N. 7727
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph in Time) C.N. 6911
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph with boy) C.N. 8614
Capablanca, José Rául (photographs in The Times) C.N. 8178
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph of bungalow near Havana) C.N. 5000
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph with daughter, Gloria/Glorita) C.N. 7252
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph with first wife, Gloria) C.N.s 4667, 6002 (also his two children)
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph with Mae Clarke) C.N. 5996
Capablanca, José Raúl (photograph with Mrs Arthur Rawson/Ella Frances Rawson) C.N. 7496
Capablanca, José Raúl (photographs of odds match, Havana, 1941) C.N. 6442
Capablanca, José Raúl (photographs in play with Mordecai Morgan and, possibly, Isaac L. Rice) C.N. 6271
Capablanca, José Raúl (photographs in simultaneous exhibitions) C.N.s 7704, 7862
Capablanca, José Raúl (photographs in Warsaw, 1935) C.N. 6489
Capablanca, José Raúl (photographs from the Library of Congress) C.N. 5864
Capablanca, José Raúl (photographs from the University of Miami Libraries) C.N. 6900
Capablanca, José Raúl (physical resemblance: Bottacchi and Haller) C.N. 4217
Capablanca, José Raúl (plans for Chess News Service) C.N. 4198
Capablanca, José Raúl (Prins on) C.N. 8379
Capablanca, José Raúl (prodigy reports by Vázquez and photograph) C.N.s 4918, 6521
Capablanca, José Raúl (schoolboy letter to his mother) CFF 216
Capablanca, José Raúl (self-criticism) CE 143 + ‘The Kings of Chess’ feature article
Capablanca, José Raúl (simultaneous exhibition in Bromley, 1919) C.N. 7099
Capablanca, José Raúl (simultaneous exhibition in Philadelphia, 1922) C.N. 6583
Capablanca, José Raúl (simultaneous exhibition against Bolshevik Commissars) C.N. 5078
Capablanca, José Raúl (simultaneous exhibition at Selfridges) C.N. 7633
Capablanca, José Raúl (simultaneous exhibition in 1931 and remark by Reuben Fine) C.N. 4492
Capablanca, José Raúl (unusual books with Capablanca in the title) C.N. 4576
Capablanca, José Raúl (victory in rapid transit tournament ahead of Fine and Reshevsky) C.N. 4817
Capablanca, José Raúl (views on stalemate) C.N. 7051
Capablanca, José Raúl (views on world championship contenders in 1935)  C.N. 4577
Capablanca, José Raúl (1938 marriage licence) C.N. 6044
Capablanca and Alekhine photograph (Buenos Aires, 1927) C.N. 4586
Capablanca and Rudolph Valentino KCK 331; CFF 108
Capablanca (‘art which conceals art’) ACO 169
Capablanca books in algebraic notation ‘Capablanca Goes Algebraic’ feature article
Capablanca on Morphy, Steinitz and Lasker ‘Capablanca on his Predecessors’ feature article
Capablanca on Moscow, 1925 and rule changes ‘Capablanca on Moscow, 1925’ feature article
Capablanca on openings (‘chess masters are like a flock of sheep’) KCK 381
Capablanca (pawn ending in Chess Fundamentals) KCK 319-320  + C.N. 4786 + ‘A Pawn Ending Mystery’ feature article
Capablanca (pawn ending in Lectures book) C.N. 3640
Capablanca stories (spy/code and Capablanca falling asleep against Marshall, related in writings by Guillermo Cabrera Infante) C.N.s 4421, 5897, 5900 (Fischer-Bisguier story)
Capablanca v Alekhine (fastest mate overlooked in 1927 game) CE 20-21
Capablanca v Alekhine (alleged analysis incident during 1927 match) ACO 167
Capablanca v Alekhine 5-5 affair and other conditions CFF 263-268 + C.N. 6337 (Fischer), 7442 (Levenfish/Romanovsky) + ‘Capablanca v Alekhine, 1927’ feature article
Capablanca v Alekhine match (cartoon) C.N. 7441
Capablanca v Alekhine match (errors about the result) KCK 263
Capablanca v Alekhine (game 3) CE 20-21
Capablanca v Alekhine (game 16 and noise) C.N. 5118
Capablanca v Alekhine (game 31) ACO 36
Capablanca v Aurbach (photograph featuring board used by Napoleon) C.N. 6481
Capablanca v Bain miniature CE 191-192
Capablanca v Bernstein (photograph) C.N.s 7582, 7587
Capablanca v Black C.N. 6239
Capablanca v Blackburne CFF 56
Capablanca v Bogoljubow (1925) KCK 82-104 + C.N.s 4830, 5057, 5361, 8613 + ‘Analytical Disaccord’ feature article
Capablanca v Bogoljubow (1936) CE 239 (Olga Capablanca on), 271-272 (Capablanca on)
Capablanca v Boleslavsky (simultaneous display in Dnepropetrovsk) C.N. 7935
Capablanca v Botvinnik C.N. 7263
Capablanca v Brackett C.N. 7219
Capablanca v Brock (gallantry?) CE 191
Capablanca v Bronstein ACO 346-347
Capablanca v Burde C.N. 7703
Capablanca v Colle CE 268
Capablanca v E. Corzo C.N. 8047
Capablanca v Corzo match CE 139 (conditions)
Capablanca v Czerniak C.N.s 4143, 5074
Capablanca v Dutt C.N.s 3429, 8239, 8245
‘Capablanca v Emery’ (game incorrectly ascribed) C.N. 7968
Capablanca v Erckenbrecht C.N. 5235
Capablanca v Fine et al. (1931) C.N.s 4492, 5390
Capablanca v Fine (1938) CFF 230-231 + ‘Capablanca v Fine: A Missed Win’ feature article
Capablanca v Fink C.N.s 3594, 3608, 3628
Capablanca v Fonaroff ACO 108-111; CFF 7 + ‘Capablanca v Fonaroff’ feature article
Capablanca v Fox C.N. 8503
Capablanca v Gavilondo C.N. 6402
Capablanca v Hagenlocher/Hagenlacher chess/billiards hoax CE 179-182 + ‘A Chess-Billiards Concoction’ feature article
Capablanca v Jaffe (1909) C.N. 4551
Capablanca v Janowsky C.N. 4477
Capablanca v Kalantarov CE 25-26; ACO 40-41 + ‘Capablanca v Kalantarov’ feature article
Capablanca v Kostić (non-existent match in 1915) CE 162
Capablanca v Kramer ACO 131
Capablanca v Labatt C.N. 6943
Capablanca v Edward Lasker ACO 119-120 + ‘Capablanca in London, 1913’ feature article
Capablanca v Emanuel Lasker (clock controversy at New York, 1924) C.N.s 5080, 5088, 5098
Capablanca v Emanuel Lasker (dispute over the 1921 match) C.N. 5089 + ‘Lasker on the 1921 World Championship Match’ feature article + ‘Capablanca’s Reply to Lasker’ feature article
Capablanca v Emanuel Lasker (moving pictures shot in Moscow in 1925) C.N. 7658
Capablanca v Euwe C.N. 5427
Capablanca v Grommer KCK 2
Capablanca v Hamilton C.N. 8490
Capablanca v Hoffman KCK 53
Capablanca v Jürgenstein ACO 131
Capablanca v Kramer ACO 131
Capablanca v Leise C.N. 6561
Capablanca v Marshall C.N. 6023
Capablanca v McNab/MacNeb C.N. 8637
Capablanca v Milner-Barry (photograph) C.N. 6204
Capablanca v Morgan C.N.s 3778, 5262
Capablanca v Nimzowitsch (incident at New York, 1927) ACO 182-183
Capablanca v Nimzowitsch (1928) C.N. 8594
Capablanca v N.N. CE 23-24; KCK 12 + C.N. 4080
Capablanca v N.N. KCK 12 + C.N.s 5343, 5399 (reconstruction)
Capablanca v N.N. (queen’s knight odds) C.N. 5011
Capablanca v Olland (tall story) C.N.s 1089, 7715
Capablanca v Phillips C.N. 8388
Capablanca v Price/Baca-Arús C.N. 8214
Capablanca v Randolph KCK 65
Capablanca v Rather C.N. 521
Capablanca v Réti (simultaneous exhibition in 1911) CE 193
Capablanca v Réti (1914 photograph) C.N.s 6232, 6236
Capablanca v Riumin (Moscow, 1936) C.N.s 7981, 7990
Capablanca v Sayers C.N. 8417
Capablanca v Sergeant C.N. 7541
Capablanca v Steiner (pre-arranged game of living chess) KCK 225-226 (including Tartakower v Holte) + C.N.s 4092, 4151, 4684, 8030 + ‘Capablanca v Steiner (Living Chess)’ feature article
Capablanca v Sternberg C.N. 8428
Capablanca v Tartakower (game-score offered for sale by Olga Capablanca Clark) KCK 180-181; ACO 311 + C.N.s 5323, 6687, 7497 + ‘The Genius and the Princess’ feature article
Capablanca v Thomas (Cleveland, 1926) C.N. 8515
Capablanca v Thomas (Carlsbad, 1929) C.N.s 4727, 4730, 5820
Capablanca v Thomas (Hastings, 1919) C.N.s 5310, 5837, 6028, 7409
Capablanca v Tylor C.N. 5410
Capablanca v Ungern-Sternberg ACO 130-131
Capablanca v Vidmar (‘most beautiful move’ story) CE 257
Capablanca v Vidmar  (‘he is my meat’ story) C.N. 4566
Capablanca v White CE 7
Capablanca v Wolfson CFF 51-52
Capablanca v Yates (differing views of Alekhine and Réti on 6 h3) CE 95
Capablanca v Yates (tennis anecdote by Koltanowski) C.N.s 4114, 5549, 7876
Capablanca v Znosko-Borovsky C.N. 8631
Capablanca (film starring César Evora) C.N.s 1484, 3986, 4303
Capablanca entre sus iguales by Romelio Milián González C.N. 5587
Capablanca’s Hundred Best Games of Chess by Harry Golombek (errors in) CE 215-216; KCK 268-269, 364-367 + C.N.s 3767, 5904 + ‘Capablanca Goes Algebraic’ feature article + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Capablanca’s shortest loss (v A. Kramer) ACO 131
Capablanca Chess (proposed changes) C.N.s 5618, 5619, 5622, 5626 (historical precedents), 6838, 8480
Capablanca fright (origin of term) C.N. 4565
Capablanca on the Sicilian Defence KCK 155 + C.N. 3961
Capablanca’s speed of play ACO 163-164
Capablanca Clark, Olga CE 239; KCK 180-181; ACO 211-219; CFF 177-181 + C.N.s 4152, 4950 + ‘The Genius and the Princess’ feature article (plus Russian translation Гений и княгиня)
Capablanca (Chilean group of singers) C.N. 4959
Capablanca, Ramiro C.N. 6207
Capon v Zukertort ACO 283
Capped knight KCK 114-115 + C.N. 3502
Capped pawn CE 123-124 + C.N. 6093 (Loyd)
‘Capture first and philosophize later’ (ascribed to Tartakower) C.N. 6829
Cardoza chess authors’ self-glorification (‘dregs pretending to be cream’) ACO 286
Caricatures of chess masters C.N.s 4695 (Frank Stiefel), 4952 (New York, 1913 and Havana, 1913), 5247 (Tarrasch and Tartakower, by Gőndőr), 5307 (Pomar, Alekhine and Rico), 7549 (Capablanca), 7576 (Capablanca)
Carl Schlechter! Life and Times of the Austrian Chess Wizard by Warren Goldman KCK 360
Carlier (French player) C.N. 4222
Carls, Carl and 1 c4 (glue anecdote) KCK 156 + C.N. 6113
Carls v Brinckmann CE 12-13
Carlsbad, 1907 (different photographs and airbrushing) C.N.s 5685, 5722
Carlsbad, 1911 (group photograph) C.N.s 8524, 8574
Carlsbad, 1923 (rapid transit games) CE 9 + C.N. 8000
Carlsen, Magnus (books about) C.N. 6831 + ‘Books about Leading Modern Chessplayers’ feature article
Caro, Horatio C.N.s 7249, 7250 + ‘The Caro-Kann Defence’ feature article
Caro-Kann Defence (Botvinnik on) C.N. 8399
Caro-Kann Defence (quick Alekhine wins) CE 260
Caro-Kann Defence (earliest) KCK 168; ACO 89 + C.N.s 7017, 7249 (origins of Caro-Kann name), 8423 (article by Csánk) + ‘The Caro-Kann Defence’ feature article
Caro-Kann Defence (Warburton on) CE 94
Carpenter, George Edward (two compositions by) C.N.s 7970, 8005
Carr, George Shoobridge (endgame composition) KCK 40
Carroll, Lewis (photographs) C.N.s 5614, 5628
Carruthers, George C.N.s 3551, 3557
Cartoon by C.J. Theriat C.N. 7449
Cartoon by Harry Furniss of a Strand chess divan, in Punch C.N.s 7384, 7412 + ‘A Chess Divan in the Strand’ feature article
Cartoon (Die graphotranszendentale Schachpartie) C.N. 8471
Cartoon of Bronstein and Kotov in Caïssa C.N. 8437
Cartoon of Lord Louis Mountbatten and chessplaying machine C.N. 8464
Cartoon (Punch) C.N. 7579
Cases conjugées (origin of term) C.N.s 6004, 6011
Cassel, Hartwig (on Capablanca v Alekhine) C.N. 5117
Castello, Daniel C.N. 4326
Castells Méndez v Holtey C.N. 7509
Castling, Earliest mate in composed games KCK 227
Castling, Explanation of rules in Lasker’s How To Play Chess CE 106-107
‘Castling into it’ C.N. 4976
Castling, Legal ACO 37
Castling C.N.s 7578 (Lombardy), 7666 (Kenny)
Castling (masters’ uncertainty over the rules) C.N.s 795 (Karpov v Korchnoi and Averbakh v Purdy), 1372 (Beliavsky v Timman)
Castling, Mate by CE 79-80; KCK 227; ACO 65-66, 367 (Morphy); CFF 43 (corrected in C.N. 6385) + C.N.s 5594, 6385 (correction of Kvíčala game-score), 7077
Castling (‘Thornton castling trap’) KCK 61-63 + C.N.s 4078, 5916 (information on George Howard Thornton)
Casting trick (problem by Chielamangus/Purdy) C.N. 7404
Castling (with phantom rook, at rook odds) C.N.s 6029, 6035, 6190
Castro, Fidel C.N.s 4049, 4503
Catalogue by Michael Syngros of chess literature in Hellenic C.N.s 5612, 7037
Cavera v Schlechter KCK 360
Center for Jewish History (sketches by Emery Gondor and photographs) C.N. 8457
Centre Counter Game (Morelli Gambit) C.N. 6903
‘Centre is the soul of chess, The’ C.N. 3977
‘Century Club’ C.N.s 6471, 6475
Chail, 1925 (Kostić) C.N. 7528
Chajes v Bernstein C.N. 7961
Chalker v Bernstein CE 50
Chamberlain, Neville (President of the Warwickshire Chess Association) C.N. 7465
Champions, The by Peter Fuller CFF 109
Chapman v Coates C.N. 7956
Charosh v L. Jaffe C.N.s 3619, 8023
Charousek, Rudolf (story about copying the Handbuch) C.N. 8296
Charousek v Wollner C.N. 4941
Chasing the king ACO 45
Chatard, Eugène C.N.s 8470, 8554
Chatard Gambit C.N.s 8470, 8554
Chaurang v Moore CFF 39-40 + ‘The Chess Seesaw’ feature article
Cheating CE 14; KCK 37, 263-264 + C.N.s 4718 (The Year of the Jouncer by Simon Gray), 5064 (‘impossible to cheat at chess’ quote by Sir John Simon and John Steinbeck), 7807 (promotion to piece of same colour)
Checkerette C.N. 8188
Checking move answered by mate CE 42; KCK 77-78, 118-119; CFF 14-15 + C.N.s 4130, 4135, 7995, 7998
‘Checkmate’ (painting by M.B. Critchlow) C.N. 7423
Check Mate and Word Games by Carlos Tortoza C.N. 4716
Chéron v Alekhine (Budapest Defence game) C.N. 5295
Chéron v Polikier C.N. 7921
Chernev, Irving (birth-date) CFF 98
Chernev, Irving (‘Once you start checking it’s hard to stop’) C.N. 8608
Chernev, Irving (personal opinions quoted) C.N. 5624
Chernev, Irving (The Most Instructive Games of Chess Ever Played) C.N.s 8196, 8197
Chernev on Reinfeld CE 265
Chess by Paul Langfield CE 139
CHESS (musical) CE 212-213 + ‘CHESS The Musical’ feature article
Chess a common language C.N. 4215
Chess a waste of time ACO 409-410
Chess as front-page headline news C.N.s 4444 (Kasparov-Karpov), 5182 (living chess), 5198 (Fischer and James Slater)
Chess authors’ books on non-chess subjects: ACO 191-192 (F. Reinfeld, J. Wisker, V.L. Wahltuch, B. Winkelman, G. Abrahams, E.G. Sergeant, W.A. Fairhurst, T.R. Dawson, E.-M. Antoniadi) + C.N.s 3592 (M. Vidmar), 3710, 3716 (N. Lederer), 3911 (W.R. Hartston), 4797 (B. Darrach), 4859 (F. Reinfeld), 4865 (G.W. Medley and A. Mongredien on trade), 4895 (Mongredien on trees and shrubs), 4954 (Svendsen), 5721 (Lajos Steiner), 6141 (Mongredien, regarding the Suez Canal), 6446 (Winkelman)
Chess between Sinclair Lewis and Barnaby Conrad  C.N. 4312
Chess board (signed by many participants at Buenos Aires, 1939) C.N. 5082
Chess board (with diagrams) C.N. 4578
Chess boxing C.N. 7281
Chess Budget, The C.N. 5316
Chess by circulation C.N.s 4644, 4652
Chess by wireless (between two ships) C.N.s 4249, 4285
Chess (Basics, Laws and Terms) by B.K. Chaturvedi ACO 335-337 + C.N. 4683 + ‘Worst-ever Chess Book’ feature article
Chess Charts C.N. 6317
Chess Express ‘Cuttings’ feature article
Chess Features C.N.s 2849, 3560, 3560
Chess Fever C.N.s 3987, 3992
‘Chess flower’ (Fritillaria meleagris) C.N. 6100
Chess for Laughs by Joel Rothman C.N.s 8438, 8444
Chess for Tomorrow’s Champions by J.N. Walker CE 264
Chess Fundamentals (remark by Capablanca about Janowsky v Kupchik) KCK 329
Chess Fundamentals (de Firmian edition of Capablanca’s book) C.N.s 4368, 4379 + ‘Capablanca Book Destroyed’ feature article
Chess Fundamentals (edition without diagrams) C.N. 7756
Chess (general quote by Horowitz and Reinfeld) C.N. 8404
“Chess-Humanics” by Wallace E. Nevill C.N.s 4711, 5802
Chess in 1924 ACO 150-157
Chess in Pieces (television programme) CFF 241 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Chess in the Movies by Bob Basalla C.N. 3986
Chess Informant combinations books (Encyclopaedia of Chess Middlegames) CE 168; CFF 234-235 + C.N. 4061
Chess in the Rhineland C.N. 5353
‘Chess is a sea in which a gnat may bathe’ C.N.s 3587, 4498
‘Chess is like a drug’ (quote attributed to Landau) C.N.s 4133, 6403
‘Chess is 99% tactics’ ACO 342-343
‘Chess is not a game but a disease’ (quote attributed to Henry Campbell-Bannerman) C.N.s 6070, 6241
‘Chess is not for timid souls’ (‘Das Schach ist nichts für kleine Geister’) C.N. 6953
‘Chess is a game too noble ...’ (Koestler) C.N. 6511
‘Chess journalist of the year’ KCK 278-279; CFF 117
Chess Journalists of America (CJA) CFF 116-118 + ‘Chess Awards’ feature article
Chess Life ACO 287
Chess Monthly (editorship: Fiske/Hazeltine/Morphy) C.N. 8129
Chess Monthly and the BCM (dispute over readership figures/circulation) C.N. 5794
Chess Notes Book of the Year award CE 256
Chess Notes (list of items) C.N. 7020
Chess Notes (silverish anniversary) C.N. 4790
Chess Nuts (publication from San Quentin prison) C.N. 4508
Chess on video (Golombek) CFF 257
Chess Openings: Traps and Zaps (by Pandolfini) CE 230 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Chess Personalia by Jeremy Gaige CE 219-220
Chess Players, The (painting by Francesco di Giorgio) C.N. 5206
Chess Pieces by David Solway C.N.s 4065, 4518
Chess Praxis by Aron Nimzowitsch (‘a poor, maimed torso’) CE 159
Chess records C.N. 4771 + ‘Chess Records’ feature article
Chess revelatory of character (comments by Chadwick) ACO 386
Chess Rules of Thumb by Lev Alburt and Al Lawrence CFF 246 + C.N. 3480 + ‘Chess Records’ feature article
Chess set (largest) C.N. 6775
Chess sets (masters who owned no set) C.N.s 5053 (Capablanca and Reshevsky), 6814 (Capablanca)
Chess sketches by Huxley St John Brooks CFF 339 + C.N.s 3417, 7012, 7439 (poem on the Caro-Kann)
Chess Symposium by J. Halpern C.N.s 6209, 6251
Chess technique and Bobby Fischer by R.E. Burger (unpublished) C.N. 5876
Chess Thoughts C.N. 4936
Chess Trivia by Peter Hotton and Herbert A. Kenny CE 169 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Chess Webster’s Quotations, Facts and Phrases C.N. 6771
Chessworld C.N. 7010 + ‘Fischer’s Views on Chess Masters’ feature article
Chessy words KCK 235-237; ACO 177; CFF 74-75 + C.N.s 3529, 4139, 4405, 4432, 4461, 5559, 6782, 6807, 7776, 7777 + ‘Chessy Words’ feature article
Chicago, 1937 (group photograph) C.N. 7351
Chicco, Adriano (composition) C.N.s 7693, 7698, 7701
Chigorin, Mikhail (alleged remark on by Lasker) C.N. 7942
Chigorin, Mikhail (correspondence game) ACO 106
Chigorin, Mikhail (photograph) C.N. 5875
Chigorin, Mikhail (Santasiere on) C.N. 7933
Chigorin, Mikhail (seldom played 1 d4) C.N. 7852
Chigorin, Mikhail (spelling of name and signature) C.N.s 6632, 6659, 6667
Chigorin, Mikhail (two blindfold games) C.N. 5686
Chigorin v Caro C.N. 5812
Chigorin v Clerc ACO 293
Chigorin v Gratchevsky KCK 71
Chigorin v Tarrasch (alleged finish to game) CFF 20
Child of Change by Garry Kasparov CE 220-226 + C.N. 5375 + ‘Child of Change’ feature article
Children (first chess book for) C.N.s 6323, 6329, 8383
Chinese (word for chess) C.N. 8027
Ching-Chang (automaton, conducted by Pillsbury?) C.N.s 3854, 3895
Cholera anecdote C.N. 3763
Christiansen v Meyer CFF 9
Christie, Agatha (‘A Chess Problem’) C.N.s 4082, 4083, 4105, 8272 (Kotov’s opinion), 8370 + ‘Agatha Christie and Chess’ feature article
Christie, John Reginald Halliday C.N. 5939
Christmas greeting card (Maróczy v Chigorin) C.N.s 6922, 6928 + ‘Chess and Christmas’ feature article
Churchill, Lord Randolph (Steinitz game against) KCK 313-314
Cinema C.N. 3858
Ciocaltea, Victor (pair of games) C.N. 4832
Ciocaltea v Fischer C.N. 6194
Class (W.N. Potter on) CFF 324
Clemenz Opening CE 260
Clergy C.N. 7578
Clubs (first and earliest) C.N.s 4812, 6477
Cochrane, John C.N. 5590
Cochrane v Moheschunder/Mohishunder/Mahescandra C.N. 5590
Code-breakers (Bletchley Park) C.N.s 4029, 4034
Code-breakers (Sweden; Beurling and Lundqvist) C.N. 4040
Codrescu, Andrei (The Posthuman Dada Guide) C.N. 6391
Cohn, Erich (endgame analysis) C.N. 7212
Cohn Erich (monograph and photograph) C.N. 7213
Cohn, Wilhelm (photograph) C.N. 7213
Cohn (Hastings, 1895 Amateur Tournament) C.N. 8132
Cohn v Chiszar CFF 8
Cohn v Swiderski C.N. 8133
Coincidence KCK 50-52  + C.N.s 4333 (problem composition), 5327 (Drezga v Baratz and Alekhine v Köhnlein)
Coins C.N. 4265
Colborne v Womersley ACO 53 + C.N. 4882 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Colditz C.N. 7197
Coldwell v Marshall KCK 68
Cole v Clifford ACO 69
Cole v van Lennep KCK 113
Coleman v Capablanca C.N. 6295
Coles chess books (piracy) ACO 332-333 + ‘A Publishing Scandal’ feature article
Colle, Edgard (forename) ACO 348
Colle v Alekhine (photograph taken at Paris, 1925) C.N. 7131
Colle v Grünfeld (resignation by Black in drawn position?) C.N.s 4677, 4687
Collinear moves C.N.s 4230, 4233
Collins, John (Jack) William (study of Anderssen, Steinitz and Capablanca by Fischer)
Collusion (Belgian championship) CFF 79-80
Collusion (Kotov writings) C.N. 3659
Collusion (Santasiere v Kashdan) C.N. 4634
Colman, Eugene Ernest (match against Marshall) C.N. 6577
Colman v Wren C.N. 5599
Columbo (including Wolthuis v Alexander game) KCK 3-5 + C.N.s 3986, 6347, 6848, 6855 + ‘Chess and Television’ feature article
Combe v Hasenfuss C.N.s 4063, 4099
Column in Northern Sami C.N. 5511
Combination (definition of) KCK 206-209 + C.N. 8067 + ‘What is a Chess Combination?’ feature article
Combination (first occurrence of term) C.N.s 5001, 5005, 5009, 5018, 5030
‘Combination is the soul of chess’ C.N.s 3977, 4074
Comic book fiction C.N.s 4400 (The Mighty Thor), 7285 (Dax)
Comic strips C.N.s 3937, 5418, 7234 (‘Rhymo the Monk’ by Gus Mager)
Common misspellings KCK 274-275
Common Sense in Chess by Emanuel Lasker (error in) ACO 325-326; CFF 247-248
Complete Book of Gambits, The by Raymond Keene KCK 268; ACO 140; CFF 235-237 + ‘Copying’ feature article
Complete Idiot’s Guide to Chess, The by Patrick Wolff ACO 190
Computers ‘Chess and Computers’ feature article
Computer (earliest tournament game against a master; Curdo) C.N. 5634
Computer (earliest victory over a FIDE-titled player) C.N.s 5496, 5526
Computer, Early ACO 413-414  + C.N.s  4470 (Torres Quevedo), 4482, 4495, 4525, 4547, 4581 (robot in Chicago), 7536 (1949 quote), 8332 (Smyslov), 8391 (Ajedrecista), 8582 (1949 report)
Computer (most brilliant move, in 1967) ACO 17
Computer (predictions regarding) C.N.s 3846, 4126
Computers (discoveries by) ACO 5-7, 14
Computers (estimate of information processed) C.N. 6363
Concentration of errors CE 139, 164, 167, 168
Connolly, Cyril C.N. 4569
Consecutive sacrifices KCK 242; CFF 7-8
Constantini v Hruby ACO 138
Consultation game losses by eminent players KCK 104
Consultation game with the strongest line-up KCK 111-112
Consulting books (Rice Gambit tournament) KCK 214 + C.N.s 6441, 6519
Contradictions CE 198
Cook, Eugene Beauharnais (hermit/hermitage problem) C.N. 8620
Cook (origin of term and earlier usage) C.N.s 4341, 6460
Cook and Pollock v Lee and Müller KCK 118 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Cooke, Alistair CE 232-233; CFF 101 + C.N.s 5508, 6102, 6839 (and Jacob Bronowski), 7520
Copenhagen, 1916 (photograph) C.N. 5562
Copenhagen, 1923 (group photograph) C.N.s 7235, 7242
Copying/plagiarism CE 163-164; ACO 335-337; CFF 228-229, 234-237 + C.N.s 4108, 4683 (Chaturvedi, Robar and Mithal), 4717 (Robar), 5658 (Robar), 5771 (Keene), 5795 (Keene), 6616 (Bjelica), 6636 (Evans), 6886 (Hays/Hall), 7052 (Hays/Hall), 7083 (Hesse), 7427 (Vaughan), 8004 (Reinfeld/Reshevsky/Barden), 8079, 8099, 8100, 8108, 8145 (from the Internet), 8151, 8221 (Evans), 8276 (Hesse), 8319 (Hesse), 8529 (Hesse) + ‘Copying’ feature article + ‘Worst-ever Chess Book’ feature article + ‘An Indian Copying Mystery’ feature article
Copyright on chess games KCK 181-189, C.N.s 4453 (London, 1899), 4767 +  ‘Copyright on Chess Games’ feature article
Corbin v Harewood C.N. 7373
Corbis chess photographs C.N. 6003
Corny jokes ACO 139-141; CFF 69, 138 + C.N. 8069 + ‘Chess Corn Corner’ feature article
‘Correspondence chess is the best chess’ (Showalter) CE 49
Correspondence chess (messages) CE 250; ACO 392 + C.N. 5249
Correspondence chess postcards (Fifth World Correspondence Championship) C.N.s 7365 (Husák v Richter), 7366 (Richter v Zagorovsky and Richter v Berliner)
Correspondence game, First US CFF 23-24
Correspondence game (slowest) C.N.s 3435, 3438, 5683 (Brenzinger)
Correspondence games (short) CE 258
Correspondence games by world champions C.N.s 3719, 6283 (Fischer)
Correspondence games to decide over-the-board championship CFF 120
Corridor mate (‘mat du couloir’) C.N. 4489
Corzo y Príncipe, Juan CE 258 (death); KCK 191-196 (including games v Golmayo, Club Capablanca,Buch, Capablanca) + ‘Immortal but Unknown’ feature article
Corzo y Príncipe v Mora CE 56
Cotlar Variation C.N.s 3566, 3581, 3584, 3613, 3665, 6085, 8087
Cotlar, Ovsey C.N.s 6085, 8087
Cotton, Miss C.H. C.N. 4838
‘Counter-attack is the best form of defence’ (origins of dictum) C.N.s 5090, 5148, 5545, 7441, 8218
‘Counter-attack is the soul of the game’ (comment ascribed by Menchik to Blackburne) CFF 325 + C.N. 8218
Counter-counter-pin C.N.s 6161, 6183, 6195
Courts, Chess in the CE 109-113 (Wood, Gunsberg/Foster, Chigorin, Jaffe, Rosenthal, Tarrasch/Ranneforth, Nield, Piotrowski/Osiecki, Tennant-Smith, Klein, Calvo/Ghobash, Karpov/Jungwirth), 124-125 (Winter); ACO 190 (Wood/Ritson Morry) + C.N.s 3756 (Jaffe), 3824 (Gunsberg/Foster), 5026 (Horwitz/Windust), 6724 (Wood/Ritson Morry), 6733 (Wood/Ritson Morry), 6736 (Wood/Ritson Morry), 6893 (Rosebault), 8057 (Horwitz/Windust) + ‘Chess in the Courts’ feature article
Cowan v Catano KCK 79
Cozens, William Harold ACO 101 (game by, against C.E.Y.) + C.N. 6998 (biographical information) + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Cracow, 1941 (tournament photograph) C.N. 5259
Cross, James ACO 125-126
Cross v Dietz ACO 125-126
Cross v Kalme ACO 125
Cross v Poschel ACO 126
Cross-check C.N. 7607
Crosskill v Thorold KCK 125; ACO 32 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Crosstable (consultation tournament) C.N. 6219
Crosstable (first) C.N. 5605
Crosswords C.N.s 4822 (including chessword), 4853, 4872
Crowds KCK 239-240
Crowl, Frank Arthur C.N. 6865, 6872 + ‘The Australian Nimzowitsch’ feature article
‘Crowl v Fehl’ C.N. 7087
Crown, Gordon Thomas C.N.s 5583, 5584, 6742 (Bronstein on), 7708 (letter written at age 13)
Crown v Korn C.N.s 7448, 7469
Cuban brevities (Ortega v Barreras, Díaz v Valladares and Gelabert v Bermúdez) C.N. 7161
Cukierman, Josef CFF 184-185 (including games v Voisin and Tartakower)
Cukierman v Voisin CFF 184-185
Cukierman v Tartakower CFF 185
Culbertson, Ely C.N.s 3556, 6060 (famous quote), 6072 (famous quote and Geoffrey Mott-Smith), 6080 + ‘Ely Culbertson and Chess’ feature article
Cunning, gamesmanship and skulduggery KCK 37, ACO 60-61 (Pachman), CFF 5 (Pachman) + C.N.s 4386 (Harrwitz), 4450 (Showalter v Logan), 5145 (Fairhurst), 7129 (Harrwitz), 7207 (Blackburne)
Cunon v de Flaguet C.N. 6874
Curdo, John CE 81
Curt v Helms ACO 58-59
Curt v Smith ACO 57-58
C.W. v Kostrovitsky ACO 15-16
Czerniak, Moshe C.N. 4143
da Costa, João Maria C.N. 8427
Daily bulletins C.N.s 5800 (Cambridge Springs, 1904), 5806 (planned Columbian Congress), 5911 (Berne, 1923)
Daily chess column (first in newspaper) C.N.s 4836, 6666
Daily Mail (chess reports) C.N. 8193
Dake, Arthur William (short losses to Di Paula/Di Pauli/DiPauli/Pauli and to Powers) C.N. 8035
Dake-Capablanca story KCK 265
Dake v Alekhine (photograph) C.N. 8049
Dake v Alexander CFF 58
Dallas, 1940 (photograph) C.N. 7867
Dallas, 1957 (photograph) C.N. 8036
Dalton, William Robert Inge (anecdote about Morphy, fishing and the Indian Problem) C.N. 8227
Daluege, Kurt C.N. 7074
Damiano (‘when you have a good move look for a better’) C.N.s 7837, 7841 (earlier occurrence)
‘P. Damiano v T. Halász’ (Petroff Defence) C.N. 5694
Damiano’s Defence (Fischer game) KCK 149
Damiano’s Defence (Greco book) C.N. 7011
Damiano’s Defence (The Immortal Damiano?) CE 40
Dangerous Game by William Harris CFF 118
Dangerous Moves/La Diagonale du Fou CE 214; KCK 4-5 (Hoit v N.N. game) + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Daniel v Grant ACO 50
Danish Gambit KCK 157-158; C.N. 8619 + ‘Chess: The Greatest’ feature article
Danvers Opening (1 e4 e5 2 Qh5) CE 96-97
Database errors (FatBase) CFF 243 + ‘A Chess Database’ feature article
David v Wellmuth C.N. 7305
Davidson, Harold Francis (the Rector of Stiffkey) C.N.s 5592, 5730
Davidson, Henry Alexander C.N. 7367
Davidson v Euwe CE 80
Deacon, Frederick Horace C.N. 7854, 7859
Deacon v Condé KCK 121-122 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
De Arman, John W. C.N.s 7572, 7598
deMille, Cecil B. CFF 74
Death at the board CE 127 (Olland and J. Marshall)
Death at young age KCK 112-114
Death Took a Publisher by Norman Forrest (last book read by Capablanca) C.N. 5334
Debrecen, 1925 C.N.s 6674, 6675
Decoding of game-score C.N.s 5867, 5917
Defosse, Marcel (Denis Marion) C.N. 4374
de Havilland, Olivia C.N.s 3868, 7095
de la Campa v Farinas KCK 199
Delarue-Mardrus, Lucie C.N. 6541
Deliberately bad moves (claims regarding Lasker and Réti) C.N. 5679
Delmar, Eugene (photograph) C.N. 6915
Delmar v Helms ACO 113
Delmar v N.N. CFF 31
Delmar v S.M.B. ACO 25 + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
del Sel, Luis Enrique CE 55 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
DeLucia, David (collection) C.N.s 3164, 5323, 6189, 6687, 7537
Dely, Péter C.N. 8565
de Musset, Alfred C.N. 6566
Denker v Feit C.N. 3683
Denning, William Frederick CFF 153
Denning v Monck CFF 153
Derbyshire, Job Nightingale C.N.s 6163, 8168, 8172
Derrickson, George H. KCK 229-230; ACO 343-344; CFF 1-2  + C.N.s 4269, 5466 (miniature ascribed to Amateur v Newman, Chicago, 1939)
Deschapelles Alexandre-Louis-Honoré Lebreon KCK 395-396 + C.N.s 4337 (Walker on), 5764 (phrenology), 6689
Desperado (invention of chess term) C.N. 5924
Detroit, 1933 C.N. 7257
DeVault, Roy C.N. 6851
Development (‘ideal’) C.N.s 8453, 8501
Development (importance of) C.N.s 8435, 8440 (Ercole del Rio), 8452
Development of pieces (from article by O.C. Müller) ACO 389
Devidé, Charles (Steinitz book revised by Hooper) C.N. 4375
de Visser/DeVisser v Jennings CFF 55
de Visser/DeVisser v Shipley ACO 69
De Witt, Rodolfo C.N.s 8570, 8576
Dew v Thomson CE 19-20
Diagram (inverted) C.N. 7474
Diagrams (ornate and unsightly) C.N. 4317
Días v Valladares CE 59
Diccionario Enciclopédico Hispano-Americano (misspelling of players’ names) C.N. 481
Dickens, Charles C.N.s 6906 (connections with chess, including Victoria Tregear story), 6909, 6937, 6957 (Morphy), 7874, 8628 (bookplate in Hoyle’s The Polite Gamester) + ‘Charles Dickens and Chess’ feature article
Dickens v Tartakower C.N. 7224
Dictionary definitions of chess terms C.N. 8621
Diggle, Geoffrey Harber (‘The Badmaster’) KCK 205-206  + C.N.s 4337, 4984, 5016, 5316, 5317, 5369, 5467, 5540, 5861, 5950, 6046, 6421, 6491, 6538, 6761, 6837, 6952, 7018, 7045, 7089, 7102, 7175, 7223, 7293, 7330, 7369, 7425, 7473, 7512, 7551, 7613, 7669, 7705, 7729, 7750, 7775, 7805, 7854, 7895, 7947, 7973, 7999, 8048, 8075, 8091, 8134, 8229, 8322, 8377, 8413, 8448
Diggle on Morphy CFF 320
Diggle on Staunton CFF 319
Diggle on Tartakower (adjudication) C.N. 4331
Dilemma (synonym for fork) CFF 138
Dilworth Gambit (Nimzo-Indian Defence) C.N. 3762
Dirac, Paul C.N. 6051
Direct speech (Darrach and Bjelica) C.N. 6897
Discovering Chess by R.C. Bell C.N.s 8460, 8482 (Sicilian Defence)
Displacement chess (Elwell v Helms) C.N. 6438
Divergent check/diverging check (synonym for fork) CFF 138 + C.N. 4936
Divinsky, Nathan (The Batsford Chess Encyclopedia) KCK 339-343; ACO 303 + ‘A Catastrophic Encyclopedia’ feature article
Dixson, Owen CFF 323 + C.N. 6360
Dodge v Houghteling C.N.s 6925, 6935
Domènech v Flohr C.N. 5849
Donaldson (James and John) C.N. 6076
Donner, J.H. (forename(s)) C.N.s 8299, 8304, 8312
Dorasil v Keitel (game attributed to Morphy and to Julien) CFF 31
Döry, Baron/Döry Defence KCK 307-308; ACO 370 + C.N.s 5115, 5122, 8507
Double check CFF 4 (three consecutive), 16-17
Double Chess (Capablanca v Maróczy) C.N. 5619
Double move chess CE 258
Double queen sacrifice KCK 11-12
Double rook sacrifice KCK 2; ACO 73
Doubled pawns CE 126; KCK 290
Douglas, Lord Alfred ACO 397 + C.N. 3837
Doyle, Arthur Conan C.N.s 7518, 7526
Drabble v Chadwick ACO 130
Draughts/checkers CE 59; ACO 97-98 + C.N.s 3945, 4541, 4630, 4662, 5158, 5159, 6308, 7122, 7126
Draw (origin of term) C.N.s 4666, 8341
Draw death C.N. 5437, 5618, 6838
Draw offers ACO 359 + C.N. 3739
Drawing chess pieces (John Butterworth) C.N. 4426
Drawn brilliancies KCK 190-191
Draws (agreed before move 30) C.N. 8162, 8167, 8169 + ‘The Laws of Chess (1931)’ feature article
Draws (scoring systems) C.N.s 6671, 6676
Dreizügegesetz (three moves law of Oskar Cordel) C.N.s 6066, 6082
Dresden, 1892 group photograph C.N.s 5832, 5913
Dressler, Marie CFF 75 + C.N. 4568
Drewitt, John Arthur James (drawn games) KCK 387 + C.N. 7823
du Bourblanc, Hyp[p]olite C.N.s 8017, 8029
du Mont, Julius (photograph) C.N. 6188
du Mont, Julius (sketch) C.N. 6557
du Mont, Julius (translation of work by Alekhine) C.N. 4436
Dubois v Steinitz game CE 200-202 (and Menkes v Rosen and Grabill v Mugridge); KCK 330; C.N. 8596 (Fedden v Wayte) + ‘Confusion’ feature article
Dudeney, Henry Ernest C.N. 3644
Dudley, Edward A. C.N. 7315
Dufresne v Willberg KCK 119-120 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Dummy pawn C.N.s 5791, 7619
Dunkelblum v Sapira ACO 154
Dunne v Fitzsimons C.N. 7190
Dunning v Curdo CE 81
Dunsany, Lord CE 116-117 (poem) + C.N.s 4141, 4142, 4146, 4286 (chess with the captain), 4295, 5203, 7450 (‘The Small Green Idol’) + ‘Lord Dunsany and Chess’ feature article
Dunstan v Mortimer ACO 28
Duplication (cartoon) C.N. 8257
Duplication of game-scores CE 59, 77; KCK 64, 198-202  + C.N.s 4359, 7305
Dupré, Games by CFF 46-50 (against Anderssen, Blackburne, Mason and Zukertort) + C.N. 4866 (Mason/Zukertort correction)
Důras, Oldřich (photograph?) C.N. 6819
Důras Attack C.N. 6509
Důras v Capablanca (Chéron on) C.N. 5673
Důras v Rubinstein (discrepancy in game-score) KCK 323-324
Dus-Chotimirsky v Lasker (Also Sprach Zarathustra anecdote) C.N. 7943
Dus-Chotimirsky v Penin KCK 47-48; C.N. 8393
Dutch Defence (1 d4 f5 2 Bg5) C.N.s 4561 (including Hopton v Eastwood),  4587 (Greco/Opfermann)
Dutt, Clemens Palme C.N. 8245
Dzindzichashvili v Tal C.N. 6802
Dzindzichashvili v Zacharov (retreating moves) CE 58 + C.N.s 4090, 4097
Dziobek v von Scheve C.N. 7246
Eads, James Buchanan C.N.s 3930, 3935
Earliest chess book by a woman C.N. 6386
Earliest chess content in book (Johannes Gallensis) CE 114 + C.N. 4536
Earliest citations for chess words and expressions C.N.s  4318, 4629 + three feature articles: ‘Chessy Words’, ‘Earliest Occurrences of Chess Terms’ and ‘Unusual Chess Words’
Earliest opening blunder CE 102; KCK 157
Earliest photographs depicting chess (Fox Talbot) C.N.s 5977, 5984
Earliest photographs of masters C.N. 5942, 5958, 5976
Eaton, Vincent Lanius (compositions in youth) C.N. 4613
Ebsensee (chess in) C.N. 7915
Ebensee, 1933 (photograph) C.N.s 7908, 7915
Eckoff, William Julius C.N. 6378
Economy of effort (fewest moves in tournament) CFF 81
Economy of force (Bayersdorfer) C.N. 7620
Eddingfield v Capablanca C.N. 4996
Edelheim v Albin ACO 55
Edersheim v Loman and Censer KCK 125-126 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Edgar v Lott C.N. 6882
Edge, Frederick M. ACO 245-260 + ‘Edge, Morphy and Staunton’ feature article
Edge, Frederick M. (actor) C.N. 8285
Edge, Frederick M. (comments by Henry Adams) C.N. 7545
Edge, Frederick M. (letters regarding US politics) C.N. 7514
Edge, Frederick M. (‘lover’ letter to Fiske) CE 256; ACO 250-253; CFF 193-194 + ‘Two Edge Letters to Fiske’ feature article
Edge, Frederick M. (middle name) C.N. 7963 + ‘Edge, Morphy and Staunton’ feature article
Edge, Frederick M. (newspaper journalism) CFF 133-134
Edge, Frederick M. (prison sentence) C.N.s 7483, 7545, 7905
Edge, Frederick M. (third letter to Fiske) CFF 337-338
Edo Historical Chess Ratings C.N. 6472
Eggink v d.d. Wyngaard ACO 22 + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
Eguiluz v Vázquez CE 76 + C.N.s 7036, 7044
Eichborn, Louis C.N.s 669, 709, 3422, 3427, 4894
Einstein, Albert (alleged game against Oppenheimer) C.N.s 3533, 3667, 3691, 4133, 8525
Einstein, Albert (involvement in Hannak book on Lasker) C.N. 4995
Einstein, B. v Ahrens C.N. 8525
Einstein, B. v Marín C.N. 8525
Eisenbach, Karl CFF 332 + C.N. 4366
Eisenberg v Capablanca KCK 65-66 + C.N. 4551
Elcum, Craig, Rosembaum and Reutens v Sergeant, Reid, Dannenberg, Moses and de Souza) CFF 40 + ‘The Chess Seesaw’ feature article
Elegant playing style C.N. 6947 (Ståhlberg)
Elekes v N.N. ACO 36
Eley v Pachman (photograph) C.N. 7663
Eliskases, Erich (accusations of Nazism) C.N. 4940
Eliskases v Hölzl C.N. 7730
Eliskases v Richter (photograph) C.N. 7166
Elisaskes v L. Steiner KCK 156
Elison v Nimzowitsch ACO 90-91
Elkies, NOam (endgame study) KCK 24
Elkies, Noam (mathematics and chess study) C.N.s 4911, 4914, 4917
Ellerman, Arnoldo (photographs) C.N. 4166
Elman, Mischa ACO 181-182; C.N. 7886
Elo ratings (discussion of rankings, titles and retrograding) ‘Chess Rankings and Titles’ feature article
Elo, Arpad E. (‘I have created a monster’) C.N. 6742
Elo, Arpad E. (letters from) ‘Chess Rankings and Titles’ feature article
Elsner v Elsner KCK 129-130 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Emanuel Lasker: Denker Weltenbürger Schachweltmeister edited by Forster, Hansen and Negele C.N. 6379 + ‘A Book on Lasker’ feature article
Emery, Alfred C.N. 6975
Emir Abdullah of Transjordania (at the Imperial Chess Club) C.N. 8610
Encyclopaedia Britannica chess entry (1771 edition) CE 252-253 + C.N. 6411
Encyclopaedia of chess games (project by Rudolf Marić) C.N. 5793
Endgame (book on Fischer by Frank Brady) C.N. 6929, 6964
End Game, The (short story by John P. Marquand) C.N.s 8098, 8157
Endgame theory (history of) C.N. 8375
Ending (win found by J.F. Barry) C.N. 7660
Enevoldsen, Jens (blindfold play) CFF 29-31
Enevoldsen v Christensen CFF 30
Enevoldsen v Lind CFF 31
Enevoldsen v N.N. CFF 29
Engels v Kieninger C.N. 5544
Enigma (obsolete term) CFF 139
Englisch v Tarrasch C.N. 7123
Englisch v Winawer (annotations by Bird) C.N. 7996
‘English Chess Association’ CE 168 + C.N. 8112 + ‘Cuttings’ feature article
English Opening and Carls KCK 156
English Opening (Blackburne on) CE 260
English Opening (described by Tartakower as the strongest opening) C.N. 7718
Enliveners and grief savers C.N. 8216
En passant ACO 153 (Blackburne’s view on); CFF 98-99  + C.N.s 4153 (deferred capture), 5092 (early occurrence of term), 5284 (problem by C.G. Watson), 5895 (obligatory or compulsory), 5896 (poor explanation), 5920 (problem showing obligatory nature) + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
En prise CFF 254-255 + C.N. 4463 (pronunciation) + ‘En prise (Chess Term)’ feature article
Entr’acte (film by René Clair, with Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp) C.N. 8366
Entrance tickets C.N. 4414
Epaulette mate ACO 199 + C.N. 7061
Erdelyi v Bogoljubow (photograph) C.N. 5680
Erratic players (Mieses and Marshall), Mieses on ACO 397
Eskilstuna Club (Lundmark) v Bogoljubow C.N. 6588
Esling, Frederick Karl (on Anderssen and W. Paulsen) C.N. 5411
Esling v Wisker ACO 27
Esperanto CFF 81-83 + ‘International Language’ feature article
Estrategia C.N. 5074
Ethics code (FIDE) ‘Chess Journalism and Ethics’ feature article
Europe v America (projected match after Cambridge Springs, 1904) C.N. 5980
‘European women’s champion’ (unofficial) C.N. 4838
Euwe (pronunciation) C.N.s 7019, 7048
Euwe, Max (archive material) C.N.s 6862, 7550
Euwe, Max (book by grand-daughter, Esmé Lammers) CFF 129
Euwe, Max (Bobby Fischer and his Predecessors in the World Chess Championship/Bobby Fischer – The Greatest?/Fischer en zijn voorgangers) C.N. 6866
Euwe, Max (casual games) C.N. 4510
Euwe, Max (decision to challenge Alekhine, after Alekhine game against Lilienthal) CFF 297-299
Euwe, Max (discussion on his playing strength) C.N. 1024
Euwe, Max (early game, v Davidson) CE 80
Euwe, Max (‘efficient man-eating tiger’) C.N.s 8326, 8335
Euwe, Max (fan mail) ACO 407
Euwe, Max (fast play at Hastings, 1919) C.N. 8491
Euwe, Max (five letters to Capablanca in 1936) C.N. 7058
Euwe, Max (march) C.N. 8560
Euwe, Max (‘most underrated player’) C.N. 8326
Euwe, Max on his oversights CFF 73-74
Euwe, Max on Tartakower ACO 407-408
Euwe, Max (only important tournament win) CE 104
Euwe, Max (photograph at the funeral of Daniël Noteboom) C.N. 6846
Euwe, Max (photograph riding a camel) C.N. 8354
Euwe, Max (photograph with Alekhine after their 1935 match) C.N. 5914
Euwe, Max (photograph with pupils outside the Gemeentelijk Lyceum voor meisjes) C.N. 6846
Euwe, Max (poet/postcard remark about Alekhine) C.N. 8474
Euwe, Max (quotes from) CE 236
Euwe, Max (‘world champion for one day’) CFF 295-296 + C.N. 3816
Euwe, Max (1935 title) C.N. 6907
Euwe v Alekhine (conditions for return match) ACO 357
Euwe v Alekhine (players’ comments on the return world title match) ‘Euwe and Alekhine on their 1937 Match’ feature article
Euwe v Alekhine (19th match-game, 1937) C.N. 7232
Euwe v Broek ACO 102
Euwe v Capablanca (Meiden on Euwe’s modesty) C.N. 6867
Euwe v Fine (allegation by Fine that Alekhine and Capablanca suggested moves to him) C.N. 5394
Euwe v Fischer match (letter from Kmoch to Fischer) C.N. 6995
Euwe v Kalme ACO 123-124
Euwe v Landau ACO 312
Euwe v N.N. (miniature) C.N. 4041
Euwe v O’Hanlon C.N. 8491
Euwe v Sargon 2.5 C.N. 7949
Euwe v Straat KCK 73
Euwe v Yates (not Yates v Euwe) C.N. 6682
Euwe on Alekhine CE 238
‘Euwe-Gligorić line’ in the Winawer Variation (French Defence) C.N.s 5607, 5613, 6316, 6850
Evans Gambit ACO 134, 180 (variations); CFF 38 + C.N.s 6941 (wartime proposal to rename it the German Game), 7093 (German Game/German Opening)
Evans, Larry Melvyn CE 157-158 (Karpov-Fischer); KCK 267-268; ACO 316-321 + C.N.s 7229 (on Ancin problem), 8221 (copying), 8222 (on Schlechter) + ‘The Facts about Larry Evans’ feature article + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article (Karpov-Fischer)
Evans, William Davies C.N. 4878
Evdokimov v Ragozin C.N. 7071
Evergreen Chess by W.E. Napier (lost book) C.N. 6843
Evergreen Game (Anderssen v Dufresne) C.N. 6420
‘Every chess master was once a beginner’ (Chernev) C.N.s 6725, 7800
Excavations in Mesopotamia  (origins of chess) C.N.s 4806, 4810
Excelsior theme C.N.s 8209, 8210, 8282 + ‘War Crimes’ feature article
Excelsior, 1905 (discrepancy over results) C.N. 5779
Exchange, Qualität and qualité (origin of usage) C.N.s 7208, 7211, 7226 (qualità)
Exchange sacrifices (four in one game) C.N. 6273
Exclamation marks (in prose) C.N. 4343
Excuses for losing C.N.s 4036, 6397 + ‘Excuses for Losing at Chess’ feature article
Excuses for winning CE 125
Eye contact (avoidance of during handshake) C.N. 6880
Fabergé (prizes at St Petersburg, 1914) CFF 109-110 + C.N. 6894 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Fable of the Discontented Chessmen by David A. Mitchell C.N. 5518
Faeroes chess (book by Suni Merkistein) C.N. 6017
Fahrni, Hans (ending in which pawns move backwards) C.N. 4967
Fahrni, Hans (simultaneous games is Augsburg) C.N. 7951
‘Fahrni v Alapin’ pawn ending ACO 42-43 + C.N.s 5157, 5178, 5814
Fahrni v Jaffe ACO 331
Fahrni v Kostić ACO 138
Fahrni v Maliutin CE 35-36
Fairhurst, William Albert (detailed annotations) C.N. 7883
Fairhurst, William Albert (games played in 1922) C.N.s 8569, 8583
Fairhurst v Ivimy/Irving CFF 34
Fairhurst v Kashdan C.N. 7071
Fairhurst v Spencer ACO 71 + ‘Fast Chess’ feature article
Fajarowicz (Fajarowitz) v Graf C.N. 7018
Fake pictures CFF 309-311 + C.N.s 3680, 3730, 4694, 7164, 7971, 8073, 8104 + ‘A Fake Chess Photograph’ feature article
Falk, Dolo C.N.s 4623, 6341
Falkbeer Counter-Gambit C.N.s 6792 (3...c6), 6793, 6938 (analytical error by Marshall)
Falkbeer (Nicolaus or Nikolaus) C.N. 7056
Fallert, Carlton Mross C.N. 7738
Falzmann v Neumann ACO 81
Family check C.N. 7194
Family fork CE 8-9
Fast (or lightning) chess CE 9-10, 82; KCK 36, 61; ACO 35, 58-59, 71-72; CFF 38 + C.N.s 1692 (terminology), 6535 (Schapiro v Capablanca), 7172 (Krejcik v N.N), 7193 (Bogoljubow v Tartakower), 7236 (Bird v Lasker), 7487 (Santasiere v Shedlovsky), 7580 (Allegro Chess), 7624 (New York, 1917), 8243 (Barry v Hymes), 8513 (Tal v Spassky) + ‘Fast Chess’ feature article
Fastest players CE 134-135; KCK 385 (Anderssen)
‘Father of modern chess’ (P. Richardson) ACO 344  + C.N. 4773
Fatima, Miss C.N.s 14, 6201, 6208, 8193
Faulkner’s Gambit by M. Wainwright C.N. 7420
Fear of losing C.N. 4615 (Topalov quote)
Feature articles C.N. 8421
Feedback to the BCM (1973 quote) C.N. 5139
Fegatello/Friend Liver Attack C.N. 4588
Feline photographs C.N. 5575
Fellowes, E.T. C.N. 8469
Fenton v Potter KCK 34-35
Ferguson, James C.N.s 5698, 5703
Fermat’s Last Theorem by Simon Singh C.N. 4911
Fernández v Domínguez Cowan ACO 119
Ferret, Paul C.N.s 7410, 7417 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Feuerstein v Bennett/Oakley v Nash CFF 63
Fiala, Vlastimil C.N. 8239
Fianchetto (usage of term) C.N. 4556
Fictional characters (Staunton and Alekyne in A Feast for Crows) C.N. 4608
FIDE (archives destroyed in fire) C.N. 8089
FIDE (origins) CE 129-130; ACO 152; CFF 147 + C.N.s 4363, 5185, 7251 (de Rivière: International Chess Association), 7282, 7480 (Paris, 1924 photograph) + ‘FIDE: The Prehistory’ feature article + ‘Chess: The History of FIDE’ feature article
FIDE (origins of the motto Gens una sumus) CE 189 + C.N.s 4364, 5175, 5184
FIDE (1986 election campaign – Florencio Campomanes v Lincoln Lucena et al.) CE 216-218 + ‘The 1986 FIDE Presidential Election’ feature article + ‘Comic Relief’ feature article
FIDE champion (Bogoljubow) KCK 209-210 + C.N.s 4056, 5649, 5654, 8505 + ‘FIDE Championship (1928)’ feature article
FIDE Congress, Amsterdam, 1954 (photograph) C.N. 8344
FIDE elections during tenure of Rueb C.N. 4363
FIDE headquarters in The Hague (1927 photograph) C.N. 5091
FIDE titles (origins) KCK 210-211
FIDE anthem (music) C.N. 3789
FIDE awards CFF 116-118 + ‘Chess Awards’ feature article
FIDE (Spain’s membership) C.N. 3821
FIDE (attempt to standardize openings nomenclature) C.N. 3902
FIDE (first world champion recognized by) C.N.s 4057, 4077
FIDE and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) C.N. 3940
Fifty-move limit CE 114-115, 262-263 + C.N. 8509 + ‘Chess: the 50-move Rule’ feature article
Fighting Chess (Kasparov authorship misascribed) KCK 272
Figurine notation (pure form used in 1929) C.N. 3724
Filipino players (photograph of Renato Naranja, Rosendo Balinas and Florencio Campomanes) C.N. 8543
Film, Chess masters on ACO 340-341, 358 + C.N.s 3491 (Pathé), 3806 (Hodges), 3813 (Hodges), 3823 (Botvinnik), 4862 (Reshevsky and Torre), 5737 (Hodges), 5898 (Alekhine simultaneous exhibition, 1932, and San Remo, 1930), 6760 (London, 1932), 6921 (New York, 1915), 6978 (London, 1946, with Pomar, Bernstein, Tartakower and Winter), 7153 (brief Alekhine and Euwe clip), 8201 (Euwe, Alekhine, Pomar, Fischer), 8492 (Open Images website), 8636 (Pathé) + ‘New York 1915: A Chess Photograph’ feature article + ‘Chess and Hollywood’ feature article + ‘Chess Masters on Film’ feature article
Film, First instructional ACO 358-359
Film stars KCK 230-232, 331; ACO 406; CFF 74, 80
Finding Bobby Fischer by Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam KCK 359-360
Fine, Reuben (‘baby’s smile’ quote) C.N.s 8215, 8221
Fine, Reuben (change of forename to Ruben) CFF 191, 281 + C.N. 5757 (Rubin)
Fine, Reuben (claim of grandmaster title in 1936) C.N. 8566
Fine, Reuben (‘country cousin’ photograph) C.N. 5640
Fine, Reuben (doctorate) ACO 226-227 + ‘Reuben Fine, Psychology and Chess’ feature article
Fine, Reuben (first wife, Emma Keesing) C.N. 7136
Fine, Reuben (from ‘Ireland’) C.N. 5774
Fine, Reuben (‘I’d rather have a pawn than a finger’) C.N. 8316
Fine, Reuben (inaccuracy) CE 121, 152-153 + C.N. 4492
Fine, Reuben (masquerading in costume) C.N. 4527
Fine, Reuben (mental health clinics) C.N.s 6858, 7346 + ‘Reuben Fine, Psychology and Chess’ feature article
Fine, Reuben (non-participation in 1948 world championship) CE 266; CFF 262-263 + C.N.s 5238, 6090 (quip about a loss for chess and at best a draw for psychoanalysis), 6091 + ‘Reuben Fine, Psychology and Chess’ feature article
Fine, Reuben (on Alekhine’s use of psychology in chess) C.N.s 5597, 5616 + ‘Reuben Fine, Psychology and Chess’ feature article
Fine, Reuben (photographs with his son Benjamin) C.N. 6772
Fine, Reuben ($1 million challenge to Fischer) C.N.s 6165, 8278
Fine on Petrosian ACO 419
Fine v Alexander C.N. 6112
Fine v Keres KCK 13; ACO 37-38
Fine v Reshevsky (missing game; Pasadena, 1932) ACO 170 + C.N.s 6303, 6314
Fine v Yudovich CE 152 + C.N. 7053
Fink, Adolf Jay (humorous problem) KCK 26
Fink/Stimson (Ua Tane) problem C.N. 4339
Finn, Julius C.N. 7602
Finn, Kate Belinda C.N. 6627
Fiorito v Groiss CE 41
First books on Petrosian and Korchnoi C.N. 5470
First Cuban grandmaster C.N. 8433
First inter-school match C.N. 4299
First tournament for seniors C.N. 6600
First world tour (Kostić) CE 125
Fischer, Ludwig C.N. 4821
Fischer, Robert James (alleged remark about Steinitz’s genius) C.N. 7186
Fischer, Robert James (‘All I want to do, ever, is play chess’) C.N.s 5534, 5824
Fischer, Robert James (and Barbra Streisand) C.N. 4966
Fischer, Robert James (announcement in 1963 of book of early games) ACO 364-365 + C.N. 4474
Fischer, Robert James (A Psychobiography of Bobby Fischer by J.G. Ponterotto) C.N. 7751
Fischer, Robert James (alleged fear) C.N.s 718, 775
Fischer, Robert James (article in Chessworld on the ten greatest masters) C.N. 7010 + ‘Fischer’s Views on Chess Masters’ feature article
Fischer, Robert James (article in Life) C.N. 5200
Fischer, Robert James (articles in Boys’ Life) CE 251-252 + C.N.s 6556, 6603, 8539 + ‘Fischer’s Chess Column in Boys’ Life’ feature article
Fischer, Robert James (best game, according to Heidenfeld) C.N. 6022
Fischer, Robert James (billiards) C.N. 8068
Fischer, Robert James (‘Blitz kills ideas’) C.N. 6595
Fischer, Robert James (Bobby Fischer Triumph and Despair) C.N. 8634
Fischer, Robert James (book by Frank Edwin Gormann) C.N. 6572
Fischer, Robert James (Chess Life article on Russian analysis) ACO 166
Fischer, Robert James (column in Chess Life) C.N. 4423
Fischer, Robert James (comments on plans after 1972 Spassky match) C.N. 4274
Fischer, Robert James (coverage of death) C.N. 5460
Fischer, Robert James (dispute with Brad Darrach) C.N.s 6897, 6982
Fischer, Robert James (‘I don’t believe in psychology. I believe in good moves.’) C.N.s 5824, 5830, 5856
Fischer, Robert James (inscription) C.N. 8092
Fischer, Robert James (International Master title) C.N.s 6423, 6428, 6429
Fischer, Robert James (interview with) CFF 144-145 + ‘A Fischer Interview’ feature article
Fischer, Robert James (IQ) C.N.s 5471, 5475, 5491, 5876
Fischer, Robert James (Kriegspiel) C.N. 3994
Fischer, Robert James (letter to the Encyclopedia Judaica) CE 249-250 + C.N. 3867
Fischer, Robert James (My 61 Memorable Games) C.N.s 7828, 7829, 7912, 8019, 8130, 8306, 8483 + ‘My 61 Memorable Games (Bobby Fischer)’ feature article
Fischer, Robert James (non-participation in Hastings, 1957-58) C.N.s 6092, 6097
Fischer, Robert James (1986 Resolution recognizing him as world champion) C.N. 7388
Fischer, Robert James (1967 review copy of Memorable Games book, with 52 games) C.N. 5352
Fischer, Robert James (1 e4 is ‘best by test’) C.N. 4423
Fischer, Robert James (1 d4 ‘leads to nothing’) C.N.s 4641, 6445 (view of F.K. Young)
Fischer, Robert James (on Hitler and Jews) C.N. 6189 + ‘A Letter from Bobby Fischer to Pal Benko’ feature article
Fischer, Robert James (photograph with Mazowsze Polish Song and Dance Co.) C.N.s 1325, 4708
Fischer, Robert James (photograph with Prince Rainier) C.N. 6603
Fischer, Robert James (photographs by Carl Mydans) C.N. 7773
Fischer, Robert James (photographs taken between the mid-1970s and 1992) C.N. 4689
Fischer, Robert James (place of birth and earliest photographs) C.N.s 4769, 6193 (two photographs taken in 1953), 6959 (photograph taken in 1944)
Fischer, Robert James (Seirawan on) KCK 211-212
Fischer, Robert James (simultaneous exhibitions in Argentina) C.N.s 7506, 7521
Fischer, Robert James ( ‘stubborn boy’ remark by Kmoch) C.N. 8475
Fischer, Robert James (television commercial for Xerox) C.N. 6371
Fischer, Robert James (‘training match’ against J.W. Collins in the 1970s) C.N. 4688
Fischer, Robert James (unknown games) ACO 67
Fischer, Robert James (unresolved matters/mysteries) ‘Fischer Mysteries’ feature article
Fischer, Robert James (video clip, speaking Spanish) C.N. 8201
Fischer, Robert James (visit to Havana in 1956) C.N. 7176
Fischer, Robert James (with Bob Hope/‘Hopeski’) C.N.s 5072, 5094 + ‘Chess and Television’ feature article
Fischer on Capablanca CFF 144-145 + ‘A Fischer Interview’ feature article
Fischer on Grünfeld Defence CFF 146-147
Fischer on Hitler CFF 329-330
Fischer on Jews KCK 211-212
Fischer on Lasker, Alekhine, Capablanca and Chigorin ACO 402
Fischer on von Gottschall analysis (Steinitz v Chigorin game) C.N. 4423
Fischer v Bilodeau ACO 67
Fischer v Bolbochán ACO 297-298 + ‘Fischer’s Fury’ feature article
Fischer v Czerniak ACO 30-31; CFF 6-7
Fischer v Dely C.N. 8565
Fischer v Gligorić (1992 training games) C.N.s 7542, 7543, 7552, 8634, 8638 + ‘Fischer v Gligorić Training Match (1992)’ feature article
Fischer v Larsen match (players had no seconds) C.N. 6973
Fischer v Matulović match ACO 346 + C.N.s 7589, 7752 (including Fischer v Janošević match), 8330 + ‘Fischer Mysteries’ feature article
Fischer v McGregor KCK 149
Fischer v Reshevsky (annotation) C.N. 8306
Fischer v Reshevsky (Fischer remark ‘Right, Mr Thomas’) C.N.s 4854, 5388
Fischer v Tal C.N. 5883
Fischer v Tordion ACO 67
Fischer v Witeczek KCK 25
Fischer and Kasparov (books about) C.N.s 3952, 4707, 4721, 5553 + ‘Books about Fischer and Kasparov’ feature article
Fischer-Karpov photograph C.N.s 3588, 3627, 3635
Fischer-Spassky match, 1992 (books on) KCK 352-359 + ‘Instant Fischer’ feature article
Fischer’s fury (My 60 Memorable Games, including Fischer v Bolbochán) ACO 297-302 + C.N.s 3774, 3871, 3876, 4172, 4922, 5883, 6213, 6214, 6226, 6673, 6991, 8130, 8634 + ‘Fischer’s Fury’ feature article
Fischer, Rosemarie (beauty contest winner) ACO 167
Fischer v Roberts KCK 131 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article + ‘Master Roberts’ feature article
Fisher v von Bardeleben CFF 227-228
Fiske, Daniel Willard (Mark Twain on) C.N. 3955
Fiske on Morphy CFF 332 + ‘Paul Morphy and Chess Politics’ feature article
Fiske brothers C.N. 3563
Five world champions in tournament CE 142
Flamberg, Alexander (anticipation of hypermodern play) C.N. 3692 + ‘Hypermodern Chess’ feature article
Flamberg, Alexander (forename) C.N.s 5952, 5963
Flamberg, Alexander (prodigy) CE 53
Flamberg v Důras (observation by Reinfeld) C.N. 6223 
Flamberg v Winawer C.N. 5309
Flandin, Maud KCK 305 + C.N.s 4085, 4102
Fleischer, Bernhard (combination) C.N. 5174
Fleissig, Max (blindfold games) C.N.s 7608, 7661, 7675
Fleissig v Schlechter C.N.s 1128, 6665, 6668
Flohr, Salo (‘almost impossible to beat but almost incapable of winning’) C.N. 7091
Flohr, Salo (‘Chess, like love, is infectious at any age’) C.N. 4497
Flohr, Salo (colour photograph on magazine cover) C.N.s 6319, 6327 (Pirc v Lilienthal on demonstration board)
Flohr, Salo (early loss to Porat) C.N. 4402
Flohr, Salo (‘First Flohr, Second Flohr’ story) CE 121
Flohr, Salo in Palestine C.N. 3962
Flohr, Salo (merchandising) C.N.s 4177, 4187
Flohr, Salo (reminiscences by Eric Hobsbawm) ACO 283-284
Flohr v Capablanca C.N. 5292
Flohr v Fine C.N. 8566
Flohr v Grob CFF 228 + C.N.s 4309, 4382, 6482
Flohr v Machate ACO 116
Flohr v Mikėnas photograph C.N. 5676
Flohr v Noteboom C.N. 5617
Flohr v Tartakower ACO 116-117
Flohr v Vaněk C.N. 7918
Flores, Rodrigo KCK 155 (v Alekhine); CFF 181-183 (including games v Castillo, Conejeros and Palau) + C.N.s 7632, 7763 + ‘The Chess Prodigy Rodrigo Flores’ feature article
Flynn, Errol (and Viveca Lindfors) KCK 230-232 + C.N. 3868
Folkestone, 1933 photographs C.N.s 5777, 5974
Foltys v Golombek C.N. 7087
Form for submitting game-scores C.N. 8350
Fool’s mate (origin of term) C.N.s 7986, 7991
Foot, Eliza Campbell C.N.s 7158, 7562 (Foote), 7592
Foot v Steinitz C.N.s 7158, 7163
Foot, Michael (biography by Lord Morgan) C.N. 4907
Forster v Wheeler ACO 33
Forsyth, David (Forsyth notation) C.N.s 5051, 5205
Fort Knox Variation (in French Defence) C.N. 7330
Foster, R.F. (comment on chessplayers) C.N. 6311
Foulds v Shories KCK 27
Four Knights’ Game (Rubinstein Variation) CE 99
Fox, Albert Whiting (alleged influence on Capablanca) KCK 330
Fox, Albert Whiting (brilliancies v Bauer) ‘The Fox Enigma’ feature article
Fox v Clerc C.N. 8277 + ‘The Fox Enigma’ feature article
Fox v B. Lasker C.N. 7934
Fox, Maurice C.N. 6115
Francis v Hinton ACO 51
Frank, Hans C.N.s 3527, 3562, 4819 (including comments by Goebbels on Frank), 4820, 5533, 5547, 7181 (remarks by Bernstein), 7554, 8204, 8208 + ‘Hans Frank and Chess’ feature article
Frank Marshall, United States Chess Champion by A. Soltis C.N.s 4738, 6266, 8494
Fraser v N.N. ACO 144
Fraser v Steinitz CE 56
Fraser or Frazer v Taubenhaus C.N.s 7714, 7720
Frayn, Michael (quotation) C.N. 7778
Frederick the Great C.N. 6466
Freedman, Oscar D. C.N. 8045
Freiman v Rubinstein ACO 175
French Defence CE 86 (Tarrasch move 3 Nd2); ACO 371
French Defence (6 h4, played by Albin, Chatard and Alekhine) C.N. 8555 + ‘6 h4 in the French Defence’ feature article
French Defence (‘sneak opening’) ACO 371; C.N.s 8368, 8386
Frère, Thomas C.N. 4780
Frere (Frère) v Marshall (Marshall Gambit) CE 102; ACO 344 + C.N. 6777 + ‘The Marshall Gambit’ feature article
Freud, Clement C.N.s 6081 (photograph with Robert Bellin), 7659 (on 1972 Fischer v Spassky match), 7668 (London, 1972)
Freud, Sigmund (chess set owned by) C.N. 7739
Fried Liver & Burning Pants by Stallings C.N. 8559
Fried v Schlechter KCK 117
Friedmann, David (portraits of chess masters) C.N. 4132
Fritz, Alexander (blindfold play) KCK 116
Fritz v Hensel KCK 116
Front covers (errors on) CE 155; ACO 314 + C.N.s 3910, 3923, 4389, 4858, 7768 (Tritchard) + ‘Gaffes by Chess Publishers and Authors’ feature article
Fry, Stephen C.N.s 3972, 4275, 6839, 6842, 8275 + ‘Stephen Fry and Chess’ feature article
Frydman (claims of mental illness) CFF 232-233 + C.N.s 3567, 7084 + ‘Fun’ feature article
Fuller, Maxwell Leonard (Max) C.N. 8238
Fullerty, Matt (The Pride and the Sorrow) C.N. 5240
Further Chess Ideas by Love and Hodgkins C.N. 7994
Futrelle, Jacques (‘The Thinking Machine’) C.N. 6652
Gadjily v O’Cinneide
Gaige, Jeremy CE 219-220 + C.N.s 3595, 3609, 5522 (sale of archives), 6997, 6998 + ‘Jeremy Gaige’ feature article
Galitzyne/GolitzyneGalitzin, Prince ACO 55-56
Gambit (origins of word) C.N.s 4592, 4602
Gambit invented by Pillsbury (1 d4 d5 2 Nc3 Nf6 3 Bf4 Bf5 4 g4) ACO 180 + C.N. 7098
Gambling at Monte Carlo (Marshall on) C.N.s 6985, 6999
Game, Earliest (Bernat Fenollar, Narcis Vinyoles and Francí Castellví) C.N. 4835
Game of Chess, The by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman (play) C.N. 4072
‘Game of the Century’ (Byrne v Fischer) C.N. 3880
Game prizes (refusal by Schlechter) ACO 163
Games of José Raúl Capablanca, The by Rogelio Caparrós KCK 64
Game-score (keeping of) C.N. 5532
Games played by J. Bernstein, R.T. Black, O. Chajes and A. Kupchik C.N.s 7585, 7603
Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors Part I CFF 237-241 + ‘Kasparov and his Predecessors’ feature article
Gaspari v N.N. ACO 126-227
Gastaldi v Giusti (‘Gestaldi v Guisti’) C.N.s 3909, 3916, 3934, 4095
Gattie v Gunsberg ACO 50
Gedalia, Nicolai C.N.s 3622, 3630, 3638, 8063, 8066
Gelabert, José Antonio (book on Capablanca) C.N. 4232
Gelabert v Bermúdez CE 60
Gelfand, Boris (books about) ‘Books about Leading Modern Chessplayers’ feature article
‘Genug des Stumpfsinns, Remis!’ C.N.s 8437, 8449 (Teichmann)
Geography, Dubious CE 152, 159, 170 + C.N. 6247
Geometrical play ACO 47
Gerbec v Schenkein CFF 255
Germany v Hungary match (signatures of players) C.N. 6359
Gestesi/Gesztesi v N.N. KCK 48
Gesztesi, Ödön (Edmond Gestesi) C.N.s 6520, 6735
Gheorghiu v Quinteros C.N. 7261
Ghosts and poltergeists CFF 118 + C.N.s 7006 (including Kolisch story), 7477
Ghost writers CE 182-183; KCK 321-322; CFF 270 + C.N.s 488 (Horowitz), 520 (Horowitz), 3768 (Reshevsky, and Reinfeld-Cordingley dispute), 4980 (Horowitz), 5050 (Horowitz), 6866 (Euwe), 8004 (Reshevsky)
Gibaud, Aimé or Amédée CFF 274-275 + C.N. 7156
Gibaud v Lazard alleged game KCK 351 + C.N.s 7904, 7927 + ‘The Gibaud v Lazard Gamelet’ feature article
Gibbins, Norman Martin C.N. 8280 + ‘Jacob Bronowski and Chess’ feature article
Gibbon, Edward (prose style discussed in Cultural Amnesia by Clive James) C.N. 5315
Giersing v Kinch ACO 156
Gijón, 1954 (games sought) C.N. 6492
Gilberg v Richardson C.N. 7461
Gilels, Elizaveta (Liza) C.N. 7726
Gilg/Washburn/Spielmann photograph C.N.s 3405, 4532
Gilg v Lamprecht KCK 11-12
Gilles v S. Rubinstein KCK 66-67
Gittins, Frederick Richard (author of The Chess Bouquet) C.N.s 5391, 6459
Gleason, Florence KCK 305-306
Gligorić, Svetozar ‘Svetozar Gligorić (1923-2012)’ feature article
Glorias del Tablero by José A. Gelabert (erroneous claim by Gelabert) CE 166
Goebbels, Paul Joseph ACO 398 + C.N.s 3718, 3804, 4381
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von C.N.s 5901 (‘touchstone of the intellect’ quote), 8572 (‘daring ideas’ quote)
Goetz miniature ACO 114
Golden Girls, The C.N. 6095
Goldstein v Rocks KCK 9
Golf C.N. 3474
Golombek, Harry (column in The Times) C.N. 5215
Golombek, Harry (connection with Reuters) C.N. 6510
Golombek, Harry (‘Dr Golombek’/ ‘Sir Henry Golombek’/‘Sir Harry Golombek’) CFF 249-250 + C.N. 5674
Golombek, Harry (false information about his presence in Moscow, 1948) C.N.s 3482, 3864
Golombek, Harry (grandmaster title) KCK 196
Golombek, Harry (loss to Russ) C.N. 8534
Golombek, Harry (photograph when young) C.N. 6555
Golombek, Harry (quality of English) C.N.s 4970, 4977
Golombek, Harry (vainglory in Beginning Chess) CE 251 + C.N. 6484
Golombek on Fischer CFF 325
Golombek v Barchatov C.N. 6451
Golombek v Horowitz C.N. 7205
Golombek v Machine C.N. 7142
Golombek v Price C.N. 8207
Golmayo, Celso/Celsito C.N. 3651
Golmayo v Hidalgo ACO 20 + C.N. 4138
Golmayo v Walbrodt KCK 108-109 + C.N. 7605
Golz v N.N. KCK 79
Gone with the Wind (music by Blackmar?) KCK 153-154 + C.N.s 3753, 3800, 5097
Goniff/Ganef/Gonim/Ganeff (Blackburne story) C.N. 6513
Goodman, David ‘Cuttings’ feature article
Good moves are aesthetically pleasing (Tarrasch) C.N. 6344
‘Good players are always lucky’ (ascribed to Capablanca) C.N.s 5448, 7691, 8183
Google Books website C.N. 5854
Görgen v Faust ACO 33
Gossip, George Hatfeild Dingley CFF 200-205  + C.N.s 4879 (information in British census), 4883 (photograph of house in Ipswich), 5075 (Hatfeild or Hatfield?), 5100, 5842 (The Jew of Chamant), 5855 (Ivan Trepoff), 5994 (The Jew of Chamant), 6602 (Steinitz on), 7288 (application for financial support), 7575 (critical book review), 8185 (application for financial support) + ‘Gossip’ feature article
Gracq, Julien C.N. 8631
Grading C.N. 7045
Graef v Graef ACO 76 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Graf v Spielmann (simultaneous games) C.N. 7622
Grafts (chessboard pattern) C.N.s 4300, 7157
‘Grandmaster draw’ (origins of term) C.N.s 3803, 6638
‘Grandmaster norm’ C.N.s 6625, 6626
Grandmaster (term and titles) KCK 224, 315-316; ACO 177-178 + C.N.s 5152, 6146 (highest age), 6155 (highest age), 6238 (inflation), 7779 (use of term by Gunsberg regarding Steinitz), 8298 (Lewis), 8467 (title gained at advanced age), 8472 (Pirc and O’Kelly), 8477, 8601 (statement that Russia has 11 grandmasters) + ‘Chess Grandmasters’ feature article
Grandmasters (parent and offspring) C.N. 6340
Grandmasters of Chess by Harold Schonberg CFF 196-199
Grau, Roberto (photograph) C.N. 5324
Grau v Guerra Boneo CE 32-33
Graves (photographs of) C.N.s 3811 (Capablanca), 3849 (Morphy), 3908 (Anderssen), 4043 (Alekhine), 4070 (McDonnell and Labourdonnais), 4103 (Lasker and Euwe), 4109 (Lasker), 4116 (memorial to Euwe), 4121 (memorial to Euwe), 4128 (Spielmann), 4148 (Botvinnik, Tal and Petrosian), 4200 (Zukertort), 4214 (Charousek), 4216 (with chess motif), 4247 (Pillsbury), 4307 (Nimzowitsch and Enevoldsen), 4352 (Noteboom), 4380 (Pillsbury), 4452 (Davidson and booklet on chess graves), 4499 (Winawer), 4839 (Zinkl), 4878 (Evans), 5099 (Treybal), 5733 (Grünfeld), 5776 (Nimzowitsch and Enevoldsen), 5805 (Saavedra), 5811 (Evans), 5816 (Bohatirchuk), 5831 (Canal), 5859 (Bronstein), 5952 (Flamberg), 5963 (Flamberg), 6286 (Harrwitz), 6355 (Opočenský), 6389 (Boleslavsky), 6457 (Westbury), 6685 Zinkl, 6753 (Chigorin), 6758 (Chigorin), 6774 (Loveday), 6797 (Flohr), 6821 (Réti), 6854 (Réti), 7271 (Grimshaw), 7794 (Steinitz and Lasker) + ‘Graves of Chess Masters’ feature article
Great Cats Play Chess by George Graveley C.N. 5303
‘Great intellect gone wrong’ C.N. 8359
‘Great players never castle’ CFF 110
‘Greatest chess leader’ KCK 387
‘Greatness of chess, The’ C.N. 7110
Greco, Gioacchino (Silman on) C.N. 6320
Greco, Gioacchino (picture of) CFF 250
Greek gift (Greco sacrifice) KCK 331 + C.N. 7979
Green, Robert Frederick C.N.s 5444, 5453, 5464
Greenhalgh v Brackett C.N. 7220
Gresser, Gisela Kahn C.N. 7066
Greygoose, Frank C.N. 5476
Grévy, President Jules ACO 263; CFF 33
Grévy v Clerc ACO 263
Griffin, William E. C.N.s 7231, 7240
Griffith miniature (denial by Griffith that he played it)  ACO 132-133 + C.N. 5609
Grigorian v Bronstein (involvement of KAISSA computer) C.N. 6150
Grímsey (and D.W. Fiske) C.N. 4570
Grimshaw, Walter C.N. 7271
Grimshaw v Steinitz (alleged game) C.N. 7272 + ‘Grimshaw v Steinitz’ feature article
Groff, Joseph C.N. 6378
Grohmann, G. (two victories with same attack, v Engels and v Voelker) ACO 133
Gromer, Aristide CFF 175-177 + C.N.s 5135, 5487, 5847 + ‘An Obscure Chess Master’ feature article
Gromer v Kahn CFF 176
Groningen, 1946 (both leaders lost in the last round) C.N. 8024
Groningen, 1946 photographs C.N. 6384, 6425
Group pictures (Rogaska Slatina, 1929 and Cambridge Springs, 1904) C.N.s 6863, 6876, 6891
Grover, Kenneth M. ACO 285-286 + C.N.s 6212, 6222, 6229
Grüenfeld Defense, Russian Variations by Eric Schiller CE 155 + C.N. 7317 + ‘A Sorry Case’ feature article
Grumette, Lina/Lena C.N. 8173
Grünfeld, E. (Ernst/Ernest) C.N.s 5743, 5750 (book by Michael Ehn)
Grünfeld, Ernst (1 e4 and ‘I never make a mistake in the opening’ remark) C.N. 7852
Grünfeld Defence (nineteenth-century specimen) KCK 141
Grünfeld v Spielmann CE 71-73
Grünfeld v Tartakower C.N. 7527
Guckemus v Marshall ACO 289
Gudju v Behting KCK 49-50
Gudmundsson v Fischer C.N. 6226
Guerra Boneo, Alejandro Martín C.N. 4777
Guevara, Ernesto Che C.N.s 4803, 4809, 4934, 6500, 7656, 7671
Gufeld, Eduard (book inscription) C.N. 6931
Gufeld, Eduard (incident with safety alarm) C.N. 6931
Guibert, A. C.N.s 7979, 7982
Guide des échecs, Le by Nicolas Giffard and Alain Biénabe KCK 350-351 + C.N. 6392 (and Le nouveau guide des échecs)
Guinet v Chataing ACO 39
Guingret v Kieseritzky KCK 54-55
Guinness World Records C.N.s 3493, 4035, 4682, 5237, 5763, 6330, 6775, 7281, 7782, 8313 + ‘The Guinness World Records Slump’ feature article
Gundersen v Faul (mate with en passant move) CFF 99
Gundersen v Kelling C.N.s 7433, 7445
Gunsberg, Isidor Arthur CE 67; KCK 212-214
Gunsberg, Isidor Arthur (character/personality) C.N.s 5113, 5136 (interview in Bradford, 1888)
Gunsberg, Isidor Arthur (dispute with Steinitz and Lasker) C.N. 5137
Gunsberg, Isidor Arthur (forenames) C.N. 6798
Gunsberg, Isidor Arthur (information in British census and family details) C.N.s 4756, 5129
Gunsberg, Isidor Arthur (initial given as J.) C.N. 5137
Gunsberg, Isidor Arthur (interview) C.N. 8324
Gunsberg, Isidor Arthur (meeting with Capablanca in 1914) C.N.s 3785, 5137
Gunsberg, Isidor Arthur (portrait) C.N. 5154
Gunsberg, Isidor Arthur (reminscences by S.G. Luckcock) C.N. 5277
Gunsberg/Mieses corpse remark CFF 106, 243 + ‘Chess Anecdotes’ feature article
Gunsberg on imagination CFF 327
Gunsberg on Tarrasch KCK 387
Gunsberg v Vitta KCK 213-214
Gunsberg v von Gottschall CE 67
Gunsberg family CE 185, 268 + C.N. 4098
Gunston v Müller KCK 123 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Gusev v Auerbach (not Averbakh) C.N. 8405
Gustafson v Marshall CFF 51
Gutierrez v Davis KCK 8
Gutmayer, Franz (errors in books) C.N.s 7387, 7391, 7392, 7405, 7406, 7407, 7408, 7409
Gutmayer, Franz (photographs) C.N. 6623
Gutmayer v Lasker C.N.s 7387, 7391, 7405
Gutmayer v Swiderski C.N. 7387, 7405
Guynebans C.N. 8070
Gyles v Koshnitsky ACO 117-118
‘Gymnasium of the mind, The’ CFF 241, 337 + C.N.s 3626, 6453
H. v Zukertort ACO 27-28
Haág v Szabó (underpromotion to bishop) C.N.s 6514, 6523 (Belokon study)
Hackney Review and British Chess Journal C.N. 6368
Häfner v Herrmann ACO 84-85
Halberstadt, Vitaly (French naturalization) C.N. 8059
Halberstadt, Vitaly (reminiscences of Alekhine) CFF 39
Halberstadt v Rastrelli CFF 39
Half-pin C.N. 4361
Half-point for draw (origins) C.N. 5605
Hall v Hall ACO 77 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Hallock, C.G. C.N. 6517 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Halper, Nat (Nathan) C.N. 8011
‘Halt’s Maul’ pamphlet (Roegner) CE 121; CFF 242, 252-253 + C.N. 5023
Hamburg, 1910 (photographs) C.N.s 7878, 7910
Hamilton-Russell, Frederick Gustavus C.N. 6114
Hammond v B. C.N. 8077
Hammond v Mackenzie C.N.s 8352, 8357
Hamond v Michell C.N. 5692
Hamppe v Meitner (and similar Frauenfelder v Gschwend game) KCK 50 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Hamppe, Carl KCK 51-53 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Hanging pawns (first use of term) C.N.s 5725, 5731, 5740, 6559
Hanham v Mackenzie C.N. 5871
Hanham v Ryan ACO 291
Hanley, Jeremy ‘Cuttings’ feature article
Hannak, Jacques (book on Lasker) CE 148-149
Hanson v Van Mindeno C.N. 7445
Hanstein v von der Lasa ACO 69-70
Harkness, Kenneth (Edward Lasker on) CFF 326
Harley, Brian (on composing) CFF 317
Harris, Kim C.N.s 6839, 6842, 6849
Harris, William C.N.s 5165, 5216
Harrison v Loughran C.N.s 7001, 7007
Harrod, Ernest C.N. 8199
Harrwitz, Daniel (dates of birth and death) C.N. 6286
Harrwitz, Daniel (photograph and column in The Family Friend) C.N. 5839
Harrwitz v Grosdemange ACO 13
Harrwitz v N.N. CFF 41
Harrwitz v Smith and Bogle ACO 70
Harrwitz/Anderssen game C.N.s 6987, 6993
Hart, John (translator of Modern Ideas in Chess) C.N.s 4885, 5031
Hartewig v N.N. C.N. 8147
Hartlaub, Carl (photograph) C.N. 7392
Hartston, William Roland KCK 377 + C.N.s 3911, 4603, 4604, 5923 (smothered mate quiz position), 6742 (column in Now!)
Hašek, Josef (death-date) C.N. 7027
Hassberg, Eric Manfred (problem dedicated to F.D. Roosevelt) C.N.s 8553, 8562
Hastings, 1895 (pen portraits by Buckley) C.N. 7879
Hastings, 1895 (rare group photograph) C.N.s 4663, 5832, 5836, 5841, 7354, 7879
Hastings, 1929-30 (photographs) C.N. 7566
Hastings, 1930-31 (photographs) C.N. 6038
Hastings, 1934-35 (photographs) C.N. 7489
Hastings, 1935-36 (book by Koltanowski) C.N. 7781
Hatton(-)Ward, W. C.N. 5643 (William or Walter?)
Hauchard v Shirov KCK 221-222 + ‘Long Calculation’ feature article
Haughey, Charles (photograph) C.N. 6597
Havana, 1913 group photograph ‘Immortal but Unknown’ feature article
Havana, 1949 (tournament reportedly won by Pilnik ahead of Canal) C.N. 7534
Havana, 1966 Olympiad (photograph) C.N.s 6299, 6306, 6334, 6346
Hay, Matthew (gallows humour by Lord Kames) C.N.s 6968, 6981, 7014
Hayden, Bruce (inscriptions to and from ) C.N. 4478
Hazeltine, Hannah Bryant C.N.s 5456, 5474
Hazeltine, Miron James C.N.s 5456, 5474
Hazeltine, Miron James (longevity as newspaper columnist) C.N. 4964
Hazlitt, William (quote on chess) C.N. 5579
Heath, Neville C.N. 3670
Hedgehog formation C.N.s 7574, 8211
Heftye v Mieses CE 31 + C.N. 7064
Heidenfeld, Wolfgang (Lacking the Master Touch) C.N.s 6253, 8300
Heidenfeld, Wolfgang (quotes from Draw!) CE 234
Heidenfeld, Wolfgang on Johann Berger ACO 390
Heidenfeld, Wolfgang on Vidmar’s book on Carlsbad, 1911 and other tournament books ACO 385
Heijs v Prins CFF 50
Heijs v van Houhuijs CFF 50
Heinrichsen, Arved KCK 113-114
Heinrichsen v Gazalch KCK 113-114
Heirens, William C.N. 3707
Heller, Cecile Mathilde (Mrs Edward Lasker) C.N. 7886
Helms, Hermann (longevity as editor and columnist) C.N.s 4781, 4784
‘Help your pieces so that they can help you’ (quote ascribed to Morphy) C.N.s 6528, 6533
Helpmate by G. Páros C.N. 4227
Hempel, Jutta CE 258 + C.N. 7413
Henderson, Lyn (Mrs Charles Henderson/Mitzi Mayfair) C.N. 7491
Henning v Kunge KCK 17
Henningsen v Borik C.N.s 4761, 4766, 4869
Heppell v Gunsberg C.N. 6039
Herencia Ajedrecística de Alekhine (errors in) CE 148-149
Héritage des échecs (website) C.N. 5234
Hero worship (of Capablanca) CFF 106 + ‘Chess Anecdotes’ feature article
Herrmann v Hussong ACO 178-179 + C.N. 7402
Hess, Rudolf C.N.s 6167, 6173, 6196 (Rudolf Hesse)
Hesse Christian (The Joys of Chess) C.N.s 7083, 8276
Hesse v Pillsbury CFF 262
‘He who plays to win a drawn game loses it’ C.N. 8425
Hewlett v Young C.N. 7504
Heydrich, Reinhard C.N. 7074
Highet, Gilbert CFF 334  + C.N. 5336
Higuera v Solana miniature C.N. 5045
Hild v Goering KCK 52-53
Hilversum, 1947 (photograph) C.N. 6576
Himno al ajedrez by Ernesto Jaumeandreu Opisso C.N. 5425
Hindenburg, Paul C.N. 3457
Hindin, S. C.N. 3792
Hindsight and foresight (quote) KCK 397 + C.N. 5308
Hirschfeld, Philipp CE 28
Hirschfeld v Anderssen CE 28
Hirst v Smith C.N. 8086
Historical notes on some chess players by John Townsend C.N. 8635
History (errors) ‘Historical Havoc’ feature article
History repeated ACO 162-163
Hitchcock, Alfred (chess depicted on the cover of Death-Mate/Jaque y ... mate!) C.N. 5530
Hitler and Lenin (purported picture) C.N. 4055
Hitler and Nazi Germany ACO 397-401 + C.N. 5902 + ‘Chess: Hitler and Nazi Germany’ feature article
Hitler v Napoleon ACO 178-179 + 7402
Hoban, Fairfield W. (anecdotes by) C.N. 6677
Hochwald v Berger KCK 158
Hodges v Daniels KCK 80-81
Hodges v Morgan games C.N. 3832
Hoffer, Leopold (information in British census) C.N. 4756
Hoffer, Leopold (lengthy adjudication analysis) C.N. 3998
Holland v England match, 1939 (photograph) C.N. 5166
Hollings, Frank C.N.s 3688, 3702, 3706, 3709, 6955, 6956, 7591 + ‘The Frank Hollings Conundrum’ feature article
Hollywood, 1945 (film stars at the Pan-American tournament) C.N.s 7076, 7081, 7887 + ‘Chess and Hollywood’ feature article
Holmes, Sherlock C.N.s 3531, 3542, 3571, 3634, 5257, 5268, 5306, 5325, 5329, 5344, 5870, 6307 (Herlock Shomes), 7518 (Arthur Conan Doyle), 7526 (Arthur Conan Doyle) + ‘Chess and Sherlock Holmes’ feature article
Homemade chess sets C.N. 4824
Hood, Thomas and chess C.Ns. 5392, 6524 (Wyllie/Wylie), 7688
Hooper, David CFF 122-125
Hopwood, Thomas Henry (Toz) ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Horowitz, Al (anecdote about death of opponent) C.N. 4106
Horowitz, Al (blunder in pawn ending) CFF 247 + C.N. 5433
Horowitz, Al (endgame study composed with Kashdan?) C.N. 4920
Horowitz, Al (match against Weaver Adams) C.N. 6064
Horrwitz/Horwitz/Horowitz/Harrwitz bishops C.N. 7278
Hort v Fischer C.N. 6367
Horwitz, Bernhard (application for financial support) C.N.s 7277, 7287, 8185
Horwitz, Bernhard (paintings) C.N.s 8479, 8487
Horwitz v Popert C.N. 7364
Horwitz/Perigal v Harrwitz KCK 109-110
Hotel Figi, Ziest (signatures of Euwe and Alekhine) C.N. 8053
Hotels (Paris advertising with names of masters) C.N. 4261
Houghteling, Jay R. C.N.s 6925, 6935
Houlding, Mary Mills KCK 53-54 + C.N.s 4500, 4512
House of Commons (Parliament) CFF 84-88 + ‘Chess and the House of Commons’ feature article
Household Chess Magazine ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Howard Taylor v N.N. C.N. 8131
How to annotate (Hartston) C.N.s 3883, 3886
How to Play Chess by Reinfeld (W.J. Fry on dust-jacket?) C.N.s 7547, 7569
Hoyle, Edmund C.N.s 6767, 6790 (Staunton on)
Hudson v Harrwitz C.N. 7322
Human Side of Chess, The by Fred Reinfeld (errors in chapter on Capablanca) C.N.s 473, 5036
Humour (importance of) ACO 393 (remarks by Botvinnik and Miles)
Hungarian team at 1930 Olympiad C.N. 7377
‘Hunt Opening’ (Polish Opening; 1 b4) CE 86, 102 + C.N.s 4009, 4010
Hurdle (skewer) C.N. 4271
‘Hurricane Game’ (won by B.G. Barton) C.N. 4668
Hussain, Q.M. C.N. 6152
Hvistendahl v Kipping KCK 122-123 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Hyde, Thomas (Hearne on) C.N. 7493
Hype ACO 285-286 + C.N.s 4732 (Abrahams), 6585 (Reinfeld and Sullivan), 6919 (Vaughan), 7239 (Morphy) + ‘Hype in Chess’ feature article
Hypermodern (earliest use of word) C.N.s 4140, 5561 + ‘Earliest Occurrences of Chess Terms’ feature article + ‘Hypermodern Chess’ feature article
Hypermodern school CE 187; CFF 326-327 (quip ascribed to Teichmann) + C.N.s 5006, 8003 + ‘Hypermodern Chess’ feature article
Hypnosis KCK 170-171 + C.N.s 995, 5274, 5282 + ‘Chess and Hypnosis’ feature article
Idle Passion by Alexander Cockburn CE 208 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
‘If you want to destroy a man, teach him to play chess’ (quote attributed to Oscar Wilde) KCK 380
Illness (remark by Steinitz) C.N.s 5890, 6058, 6065, 6117
Ilyumzhinov, Kirsan (alleged involvement in the murder of Larisa Yudina) C.N. 8591
Ilyumzhinov, Kirsan (claims about aliens and extraterrestrials) C.N.s 8378, 8390, 8394 + ‘Kirsan Ilyumzhinov and Aliens’ feature article
Imbalance of openings in a tournament CE 95
Imbusch v Göring or Hering C.N. 7947
Immortal Game (claimed to have been won by Kieseritzky against Anderssen) ACO 314 + C.N. 5464
Immortal Game, The (by David Shenk) C.N. 8110
Impact of Genius by R.E. Fauber KCK 352
‘Immortal Zwischenzug’ (Tartakower v Capablanca) C.N. 4107
Impostors CE 136-137; KCK 224-225
Incomplete games ‘Incomplete Games of Chess’ feature article
Incredible Adventures of Chessman, The (comic-strip magazine) C.N. 8439
Influences (alleged) CFF 132-133
Ingleby, Clement Mansfield (Shakespeare and chess) C.N. 4876
In Memoriam (DeLucia) C.N.s 7497, 7537
Insanity, Chess and C.N.s 6494, 7260, 7303
Inscriptions by authors (unusual) C.N. 5373 (Smullyan)
Instant Chess by Levy and O’Connell ‘Instant Chess’ feature article
Instone Brewer, N. C.N. 8380
Instructive games KCK 55-60; ACO 48 (ending)
Instructive Modern Chess Masterpieces by Igor Stohl C.N. 6297
‘International Chess Writers Association’ KCK 278-279; CFF 116-118 + ‘Chess Awards’ feature article
‘International Chess Association’ KCK 279
International Master (youngest holder of title) C.N.s 6419, 6422, 6423, 6428, 6429, 6436
Internees (during the First World War) C.N. 3540
Interregnum (world championship, 1946-48) CFF 91-98 + ‘Interregnum’ feature article
Internet (unreliable biographical information) KCK 285-288 + ‘A Question of Credibility’ feature article
IQP (isolated queen’s pawn) C.N. 6074
Irregular opening (1...f6) CE 92 + C.N. 6014
Irregular opening (1 h3) CE 94
Irregular opening (1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 Rg8) CE 101 + C.N. 8524
Irregular opening (1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Rg1) C.N. 8524
Irregular opening (1 e4 Na6) CE 102
Irregular opening (1 e4 Nh6) CE 102
Irregular opening (1 e4 e5 2 g3) CE 260
Irregular opening (1...a6) CE 260
Irregular opening (1 h3 g6 2 g3) KCK 155
Irwin v Borges C.N. 5374
Isolani C.N.s 5047, 5083, 5107, 8281
‘Isolated pawn spreads gloom over the whole chessboard, An’ (Tartakower) C.N.s 4329, 5120
Isouard and Casabianca v Duke of Brunswick and Harrwitz ACO 88
‘It makes a good story’ CE 266-267
J’adoube KCK 375 + C.N.s 5485, 5493, 5502, 5541, 6086 (‘compongo’), 7217
Jack the Ripper KCK 313-314
Jackson, Andrew C.N. 7977
Jacson v Mengarini ACO 326-327
Jacob, F.G. (at Munich, 1900) C.N. 4801
Jacobsen, Egil C.N.s 7235, 7242
Jacobsen v Spielmann C.N.s 7235, 7242
Jaffe, Charles (birth-date) ACO 328 + C.N. 7865 + ‘Jaffe and his Primer’ feature article
Jaffe, Charles (claim of being blocked by Capablanca) KCK 169-170; ACO 329 + C.N. 4642 (Havana, 1913 dispute)
Jaffe’s Chess Primer by Charles Jaffe ACO 328-331 + ‘Jaffe and his Primer’ feature article
Jaffe v Kostić (New York, 1919) C.N.s 5263, 5266
James, Clive on chess C.N.s 16, 4117, 5315, 7699, 8274 + ‘Clive James and Chess’ feature article
Janowski, Chaim CE 258 + C.N. 6439
Janowsky, Dawid KCK 255-261 (including games v David, N.N., Friedman, Robino, Coulomzine, Dobell/Mackeson/Watt, Marco) + ‘Janowsky Jottings’ feature article
Janowsky, Dawid (a bookworm?) CE 184
Janowsky, Dawid (best biographical collection) C.N.s 3897, 6803
Janowsky, Dawid (challenge to Marshall) C.N. 3699
Janowsky, Dawid (claim that he considered himself the strongest ever player) C.N. 6499
Janowsky, Dawid (description of, and his views on Lasker, Tarrasch and Pillsbury) CFF 193
Janowsky, Dawid (game beginning 1 h4) ACO 74
Janowsky, Dawid (games by) CE 36-38
Janowsky, Dawid (grave) CFF 103
Janowsky, Dawid (‘I’d rather lose my queen than lose my bishop’) C.N. 8317
Janowsky, Dawid (in the United States) CFF 193
Janowsky, Dawid (Mary Queen of Scots/Marie Antoinette quote) CE 258; ACO 111
Janowsky, Dawid (movements 1914-16) C.N. 7201
Janowsky, Dawid (opinions of Horowitz and Reinfeld) C.N.s 6242, 6567, 8233
Janowsky on age and youth KCK 380
Janowsky on the endgame (quoted by Capablanca) KCK 396
Janowsky on the minor pieces ACO 403
Janowsky/Janowski spelling CE 258; ACO 305
Janowsky v Albin CFF 22
Janowsky v Capablanca C.N. 6866
Janowsky v Chigorin ACO 47-48 (move order) + C.N. 5501 (illustration)
Janowsky v Davril, Dutkowsky and Martin St-Léon ACO 74
Janowsky v Keene (knight v pawns ending) CE 10-11 + C.N. 8516
Janowsky v Maróczy CE 198-199
Janowsky v N.N. CE 11; KCK 36; ACO 105 + C.N. 8517
Janowsky v Reshevsky  C.N.s 6083 (including rope dancing remark by Janowsky), 7236
Janowsky v S.A. CE 37
Janowsky v Schlechter (‘The pearl of St Stephen’s’) C.N. 7059
Janowsky v Trenchard CE 36-37
Janowsky/Soldatenkov v Lasker/Taubenhaus consultation game CE 173-176; ACO 346; C.N.s 8551, 8557, 8558 + ‘The Consultation Game That Never Was’ feature article
Japan, Chess in C.N. 6994
Japanese confiscated chess books (claim) C.N. 4488
Jaque Mate (1930s magazine) CE 193-194
Jaques (Staunton) chess sets C.N.s 5104, 5111
Jargon and unintelligible writing ‘Unintelligible Chess Writing’ feature article + ‘Franklin Knowles Young’ feature article
Jasnogrodsky, Nicolai (photograph with Albin) C.N. 8518
Jefferson, Thomas C.N. 8071
Jellinek v Heilpern ACO 23 + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
Jennings, Paul (chess article) C.N. 5236
Jews KCK 277-278; CFF 110-113 + C.N.s 7875 (removal of Jewish players’ names from Richter’s Kombinationen), 7909, 7923 (Deutsche Schachblätter) + ‘Chess and Jews’ feature article
Joad, Cyril Edwin Mitchinson ‘Chess: Prodigies, Philosophy and Mathematics’ feature article
John and the Chess Men by Helen Weissenstein C.N. 6362
John-Paul II, Pope (hoax) CFF 244-245 + C.N. 3692 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Johner v Janowsky CE 44
Johner v Mattison ACO 262
Johnson, Nunnally C.N.s 6881 (article on New York, 1924), 6904 (on F. Scott Fitzgerald, and photograph with Marilyn Monroe)
Joinaux manuscript ACO 357
Joke (married couple) C.N. 8287
Jonas, J. (composition with two white pawns against full black army) C.N.s 7901, 7911
Jones, Sir William C.N.s 5434 (Caissa poem), 5442 (political analogy)
Jonny Quest C.N. 6746
‘Jorgensen v Sorensen’ position CFF 274
Jouer sa vie (Carle/Coudari film) CE 209-210 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Journal de Genève (with André Chéron column) on-line C.N. 5888
Journalism, Scepticism about KCK 289 + C.N. 8015
Journalists, Advice to ACO 368-369
Journoud v Grévy CFF 33
Judd v Haller C.N. 5809
Judd v Mackenzie (four games) C.N.s 7684, 7696
Judd v Showalter C.N. 6711
Jülich v N.N. ACO 54
‘Jung v Szabados’ CFF 77-78 + C.N.s 4555, 8403
Junge, Klaus KCK 16-17 + ‘Fun’ feature article
Junge, Otto KCK 30-31
Kagan v Daly CE 67-68 + C.N.s 5578, 5586
Kaikamjozov, Zhivko (The Genius and the Misery of Chess) C.N.s 5855, 8468
Kaiser, Julius Adam (problem solver) C.N. 6290
Kalamazoo, 1927 group photograph C.N. 4782
Kalashnikov Variation (Sicilian Defence) C.N.s 8450, 8456, 8493
Kalme, Charles ACO 123-125
Kalme v Remlinger ACO 124
Kan v Botvinnik KCK 81
Kandler v Schwarzbach ACO 22 + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
Kann, Marcus C.N.s 7249, 7256 + ‘The Caro-Kann Defence’ feature article
Karpf v Eissmann CFF 59 + ‘The Rubinstein Trap’ feature article
Karpov, Anatoly (Chess at the Top and Learn from Your Defeats) CE 213-215 + ‘Karpov’s Writings’ feature article
Karpov, Anatoly KCK 332-334 + ‘Karpov’s Chess is My Life’ feature article
Karpov, Anatoly (alleged quote about having two loves, chess and Marxism/Communism) C.N.s 6301, 6324
Karpov, Anatoly (alleged quote by Botvinnik) C.N. 7790
Karpov, Anatoly (books about) C.N. 5489 + ‘Books about Korchnoi and Karpov’ feature article
Karpov, Anatoly (book by Ravi Kumar/Ravikumar) C.N. 7790
Karpov, Anatoly (described by Diggle) C.N. 5317
Karpov, Anatoly (errors in Psychologie de la bataille/Chess and the Art of Negotiation) C.N.s 4448, 4743
Karpov, Anatoly (‘only testing the equipment’ remark) CE 236; ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Karpov on Karpov (quotes from) KCK 381
Karpov (other player(s) named) KCK 107-108; CFF 26
Karpov v Korchnoi (articles on 1978 match by Lim Kok Ann) C.N. 8177
Karpov v Mitin CFF 26
Karpov v Sigfried KCK 107
Kashdan, Isaac Irving (on You Bet Your Life with Groucho Marx) C.N.s 6180, 6339, 7072 + ‘Chess and Television’ feature article
Kashdan, Isaac Irving (book by Lahde) C.N.s 6339, 6630
Kashdan, Isaac Irving (forenames) CFF 257-258 + C.N. 6339
Kashdan, Isaac Irving (heir apparent to Alekhine) C.N.s 7255, 7259 (remarks by Alekhine on Kashdan, Fine and Flohr)
Kashdan, Isaac Irving (nickname The Little Capablanca/Der kleine Capablanca) C.N.s 6365, 7054 (Partos), 8586
Kashdan, Isaac Irving (on problems) C.N. 5039
Kashdan v Capablanca (or Capablanca v Kashdan) C.N.s 6615, 6619
Kasparov, Garry (Child of Change) CE 220-226 + ‘Child of Change’ feature article
Kasparov, Garry (accusations by) KCK 189-190
Kasparov, Garry (first book on) CFF 114
Kasparov, Garry (How Life Imitates Chess) C.N. 5375 + ‘Kasparov’s How Life Imitates Chess’ feature article
Kasparov, Garry (on need to update analysis) CE 247
Kasparov, Garry (prediction by Barden in 1975) C.N.s 507, 5783
Kasparov, Garry (retirement) C.N.s 3648, 3649, 3689, 3754 + ‘Reflections on Garry Kasparov’ feature article
Kasparov, Garry (Short and short remark) C.N. 8376
Kasparov on computers (stating that he would never be beaten) CE 250 + ‘Kasparov Interviews’ feature article
Kasparov on Fischer (stating, in 1987, that Fischer would never play again) CE 246-247 + ‘Kasparov Interviews’ feature article
Kasparov on Fischer and Karpov ACO 386
Kasparov v Balló KCK 60-61
Kasparov v Krabbé CE 60; KCK 288-289
Kasparov v Karpov 1987 match (erroneous claim) CE 166
Kasparov v Miles match C.N. 7353 (including ‘monster with 100 eyes’ quote) + ‘Kasparov v Miles, Basle, 1986’ feature article
Kasparov v Short match (break-away from FIDE) C.N. 5375
Kasparov v Short match (misreporting in The ) KCK 271-272, 273
Kasparov v van de Vlierd ACO 75
Kasparov’s Best Games by K.R. Seshadri C.N. 6042
Kasparovich KCK 107
‘Kaspartov, Garry’ (book by ‘Garry Kaspartov’) C.N.s 4150, 4154, 4155, 4225, 6293 + ‘The Garry Kaspartov Scam’ feature article
Kaufmann, Arthur C.N.s 6232, 7515
Kautský v Knapp KCK 107
Kavalek, Ludomir (removal of name from Hort/Jansa book) C.N.s 6832, 7439 (Korchnoi, Sosonko and Shamkovich deleted from Russian edition)
Kay v Fairhurst C.N. 7883
Kazantsev, Alexander (Тринадцатый подвиг Геракла/‘The Thirteenth Labour of Hercules’) C.N. 7700
Keeble, John (problems by) C.N. 8527
Keene, Raymond Dennis KCK 276-277; ACO 316; CFF 235-237 + C.N.s 5987 (errors regarding the 1948 world championship), 7291 (excised passage from Tony Miles letter), 8116 (Winning Chess books), 8434 (incorrect dates of Kasparov’s matches against Short and Anand), 8443 (vendetta against Ritson Morry), 8476 (confusion over Anand, Kramnik and Topalov) + ‘World Champion Combinations’ feature article + ‘Cuttings’ feature article + ‘Ricardo Calvo: Persona non Grata’ feature article
Keenipedia C.N. 8371
Keidanz (Keidanski), Hermann C.N.s 5364, 5380, 5398
Kemeny, Emil C.N.s 8114, 8115
Kemeny v Pillsbury, 1895 KCK 262
Kemeny v Pillsbury, 1899 C.N. 8114
Kemeny v Robinson incident ACO 179-180
Kemeri, 1937 (photographs of players) C.N. 7560
Kennard v Wires ACO 64-65
Kennedy, Hugh Alexander C.N.s 6836, 8348 (on Staunton and Buckle)
Kennedy v Löwe C.N. 5861
Kennedy v N.N. C.N.s 5951, 7244
Keres, Paul (activities during Second World War) CE 268 + C.N. 4753 (opinion of Bronstein)
Keres, Paul and ‘Philidor’ C.N.s 6210, 6215
Keres, Paul (article on possible challengers for Alekhine’s title) ‘The World Chess Championship by Paul Keres’ feature article
Keres, Paul (at Madrid, 1943) CFF 68
Keres, Paul (books about) C.N.s 5527, 5539 + ‘Books about Keres and Tal’ feature article
Keres, Paul (correspondence games) CE 51 + C.N. 5477
Keres, Paul (postponements in first Piatigorsky tournament) C.N. 5452
Keres, Paul (‘The older I grow, the more I value pawns’) C.N. 8018
Keres Museum (Tallinn) C.N.s 5230, 5732
Keres v Alekhine (photograph) C.N. 7802
Keres v Czerniak CE 169
Keres v Lilienthal C.N. 8353
Keres v Petrov C.N. 8387
Keres v Tartakower (including a comment by Fischer) C.N. 7801
Keres v Tartakower (photograph) C.N. 7802
Keres v Velasco ACO 121-122
Keres v Verbak CE 51
Keres v Viļķins (not Wilkins) ACO 145 + C.N. 5477
Kevitz v Capablanca CFF 24-25 + C.N. 4193
Key (early use of term) C.N. 5294
Khalifman, Alexander (sketch) C.N.s 4399, 7009
Khan, Sir Umar Hayat (photographs) C.N. 7511
Khariton, Lev CFF 237
Kharkov, 1967 (crosstable) C.N. 5554
Kharlov v Vaulin ACO 63
Kholmov v Ehlvest (underpromotion to bishop) C.N. 6463
Kibbey v Dorman
Kieseritzky, Lionel (Kieseritzky/Kieseritsky spelling) C.N.s 7984, 8016
Kieseritzky v Lecrivain KCK 55
Killer Chess Tactics C.N. 7884
Kim, Alexey (Ride Along, My Snow-White Knight!..) C.N. 7891
King and queen stalemated CE 4-5
King hunt CE 60; KCK 63-64; ACO 65-66, 130 + C.N.s 5594, 7077
King penalty move C.N.s 5381 (Lindemann v Echtermeyer), 5384, 5435, 8293 (Rubinstein; Breyer v Esser)
Kingpin C.N.s 6394, 7309, 7465
Kings of Chess, The (Hartston) C.N. 8134 (review by Diggle) + ‘The Kings of Chess’ feature article
Kipping v Pindar (annotated by Blackburne) ACO 66
Kļaviņš, Jānis (photograph) C.N. 7498
Klein, Ernst (including involvement with the 1935 world championship match) C.N.s 5202, 5214, 5281, 5326, 7725 (reminiscences by his son, Tony Klein), 7732 + ‘Ernst Ludwig Klein’ feature article
Klein v Barda (BBC-NRK radio game) C.N. 5510
Klein v Krejcik ACO 128-129
Kluver, Hans (photograph) C.N. 6036
Kmoch, Hans (jargon in Pawn Power in Chess) CFF 336
Kmoch, Hans (non-chess literary output) C.N. 4268
Knapton v Gunsberg KCK 213 + C.N. 4825
Knight (descriptions of move) ACO 135-139 + C.N.s 5096, 5132, 5754, 8431, 8454, 8465, 8502, 8532 + ‘The Knight Challenge’ feature article
Knight ending (Theodore Morris Brown v N.N.) C.N. 5192
Knight forks ACO 138-139
Knight (mate by a knight’s first move) KCK 78-80; ACO 86-87; CFF 43 + C.N.s 3661, 7906
Knight of New Orleans, The (novel about Morphy by Matt Fullerty) C.N. 7419)
‘Knight on e5’ quote ACO 338-339 + C.N. 3514
‘Knight on the rim’ ACO 162
Knight’s Gambit by William Faulkner (inspired by Morphy) C.N. 7420
Knight’s tour CE 20 + C.N.s 4937, 4969, 5356, 5546, 7447
Knights badly placed on b3/b6 (QKt3) C.N. 4366
Knights (facing left or right) C.N. 7474
Knights (mate with two knights on the edge of the board) C.N. 4886
Knights (mate with two knights) C.N.s 5449 (composition by Shinkman with 65th square), 5455 (Troitzky idea of four extra squares)
Knights (three) KCK 20 + C.N. 8124
Koestler, Arthur C.N.s 3509, 3580
Kolisch, Ignatz (problems by) C.N.s 5330, 5862, 5881
Kolisch v Rosenthal C.N. 6874
Koltanowski, George CE 159-160; KCK 348 + CFF 233-234 (on Junge) C.N.s 3567, 3951, 4187 (on Flohr merchandising) 4191 (attacks on Sacconi and ‘Blum’), 4255 (on Blum), 4260 (on Blum), 4559 (inaccurate definitions of chess terms), 4593 (discrepancy in record of blindfold display in Edinburgh), 4601 (further discrepancies), 4617, 6159, 6160, 7140 (Georges Gustave Koltanowski) + ‘Koltanowski’ feature article + ‘Fun’ feature article
Koltanowski, George (longevity as newspaper columnist) C.N.s 4799, 4841, 5267
Koltanowski, George (magazine subscriptions and book scheme) C.N. 5034
Koltanowski miniatures (v Dunkelblum or Dunkelbaum) ACO 347-348 + C.N. 5636
Koltanowski on Klaus Junge CFF 233-234
Koltanowski on Philidor’s blindfold display ‘in 1816’ KCK 302
Koltanowski on William Winter C.N. 3624
Koltanowski v Lazard CFF 55
Koltanowski v Ormond C.N. 8408
Koltanowski v Thomas C.N.s 7780, 7781
König, Imre (inscription by) C.N. 7809
König v Weiss C.N. 4094
Korchnoi, Victor (books about) C.N. 5504 + ‘Books about Korchnoi and Karpov’ feature article
Korchnoi, Victor (date of birth) C.N. 7046
Korchnoi, Victor (dispute over Viktor Korchnoi’s Best Games ) C.N. 5505
Korchnoi, Victor (removal of name from Soviet publications in the 1970s) C.N.s 8279, 8384, 8389
Korchnoi, Victor (photographs with Fischer) C.N. 5514
Korchnoi, Victor (sketch) C.N. 6166
Korchnoi, Victor (different spellings of name) C.N. 5591
Korean player (monograph with text in Korean) C.N. 7891
Korngold, Erich Wolfgang (music by) CFF 89
Kostić, Boris (and Enrico Caruso) C.N. 6951
Kostić, Boris (Heidenfeld on) CE 263
Kostić, Boris (tour of the United Kingdom, 1921-22) C.N. 8568
Kostić v Allies C.N. 8567
Kostić v Donaldson KCK 44
Kostić v Fairhurst ACO 80
Kostić v Jaffe KCK 37
Kostić v Keres KCK 74
Kostić v N.N. C.N. 8617
Kotov v Najdorf C.N. 5042
Kottnauer, Čenĕk (pre-1940s references) KCK 108
Kottnauer, Čenĕk (Lucerne, 1952-53) C.N. 8160
Kottnauer v Bogoljubow KCK 108
Kottnauer v Lang C.N. 8148
Koyalovich v Karpov KCK 107
Kramnik, Vladimir (books about) C.N.s 4616, 4624, 4795 + ‘Books about Leading Modern Chessplayers’ feature article
Kramnik v Leko falsification C.N. 3752
Kräuchi, Gottfried C.N.s 4939, 7459
Krauss, Werner C.N. 6841
Krejcik v Deutsch KCK 80
Krejcik v Krobot (Krobst) KCK 48-49; CFF 22 + C.N.s 4490, 4523, 5463
Krejcik v N.N. (1907) KCK 1 + C.N.s 4888, 4898
Krejcik v N.N. (circa 1924?) CE 9-10 + C.N. 7172
Krejcik v N.N. (1947) CE 58; KCK 128-129
Krejcik v Takács (two brevities) C.N. 6681
Krejcik Gambit CE 93
Kreymborg, Alfred (poem by) C.N. 5421
Kreymborg, Alfred (including retirement) CE 135-136 + C.N.s 3484, 3569, 4645, 5420, 6348 + ‘Alfred Kreymborg and Chess’ feature article
Krishnamachariar, T.A. CFF 220-221
Krogius v Niemelä CFF 10-11
Kruger v Watson KCK 7
Krüger v Stein KCK 63
Kubbel, Arvid (death) C.N.s 8012, 8020
Kuhn v Post CFF 53
Kühne v N.N. KCK 119 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Kupchik v Capablanca (1913) KCK 31-32
Kupchik v Capablanca (lightning game, 1918) ACO 71 + C.N. 2457 + ‘Fast Chess’ feature article
Kürschner v Tarrasch CE 45-46
Kürschner and Regensburger v Tarrasch CE 46
Kussman (Leon and Abraham) C.N.s 5930, 5965, 6407
Kuuskmaa v Tolush C.N. 7135
Kvíčala v N.N. CFF 43, 53-54
Kvíčala v Porges ACO 64
L. v Blackburne ACO 342
Labatt v Dobbs CE 77
Labatt v Elliott ACO 85
Labatt v Lasker C.N. 6942
Labatt v Marshall CE 14-15 + C.N. 7026
Laboschin v N.N. ACO 72 + ‘Fast Chess’ feature article
Labourdonnais, Louis Charles Mahé de (letter) C.N.s 7379, 7383
Labourdonnais, Louis Charles Mahé de (pictures of) C.N.s 5128, 5149 (plaster cast), 5176 (phrenology), 7822 (death-mask)
Labourdonnais v McDonnell (matches) C.N. 7369
Ladder tournaments C.N. 4725
Lambe, R. The History of Chess (1764 book in algebraic notation) C.N. 4602
Lancel v Limbos C.N. 8536
Landau v N.N. (unusual queen sacrifice) C.N. 8325
Landau v Spielmann photograph C.N. 6404
Landesmann v Trebitsch ACO 33
Landstatter v Amateur C.N. 7499
Lange v von Schierstedt KCK 114-115 + C.N. 3502
Langfield, Paul ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Lansing v Hart C.N. 4792
Lanza, Anton Mario ACO 170
Lapsus manus variation (Alekhine) CE 166
Laroche/Delaroche/De La Roche/La Roche (players named) C.N.s 6693, 7253
Larousse du jeu d’échecs KCK 367-368 + ‘Larousse du jeu d’échecs feature article
Larsen, Bent ‘Bent Larsen (1935-2010)’ feature article
Larsen, Bent (early influence of book) C.N.s 4475, 4480 (Andreas Nissen)
Larsen, Bent (interviews with) C.N. 6764
Larsen, Bent (knowledge of languages) C.N.s 3933, 4731, 4747
Larsen, Bent (photographs) C.N. 6763
Lasker, A. v Lasker, Ed. KCK 232
Lasker, Berthold C.N.s 4514 (photograph with Else Lasker-Schüler), 4515 (two games and a poem), 6679 (tribute by Emanuel Lasker)
Lasker, Edward and Emanuel (family relationship) CE 173
Lasker, Edward and Emanuel (confusion between) ACO 310
Lasker, Edward (bookplate) ACO 181-182; C.N. 7886
Lasker, Edward (death of first wife) C.N. 7886
Lasker, Edward (errors about, in The Annual Obituary 1981) CE 149
Lasker, Edward on Schachstrategie/Chess Strategy C.N. 5172
Lasker, Edward (The Game of Chess) C.N. 7762
Lasker, Edward (1918 US book in algebraic notation) C.N. 4240
Lasker v Capablanca (rook and pawn ending) ACO 367
Lasker v Jacobs C.N. 8210
Lasker v Marshall CE 5-6
Lasker v Moll (pawn ending) C.N. 4239
Lasker v Thomas miniature CE 202-203; KCK 301; ACO 97; CFF 260-261 + C.N.s 4890, 5172, 5989, 6057, 6791 + ‘Chaos in a Miniature’ feature article
Lasker, Emanuel (abdication as world champion in 1920) C.N. 5102
Lasker, Emanuel (absence from AVRO, 1938) ACO 392
Lasker, Emanuel (advice to Rhoda A. Bowles) C.N. 8550
Lasker, Emanuel (alleged remark to Capablanca that the latter made no mistakes) C.N. 6077
Lasker, Emanuel (alleged statement about comeback after the 1927 Capablanca v Alekhine match) CE 190
Lasker, Emanuel (anecdote about pigeons) C.N. 3662
Lasker, Emanuel (article on conclusion of St Petersburg, 1914) C.N. 7086
Lasker, Emanuel (article on chess prodigies) C.N. 7665
Lasker, Emanuel (assessment of his personality in the Chess Weekly) C.N. 5146
Lasker, Emanuel (attempts to strip him of world title) CFF 211
Lasker, Emanuel (blood transfusion) C.N. 6560
Lasker, Emanuel (book on by Reinfeld and Fine; no second edition) CE 197
Lasker, Emanuel (bust) C.N.s 5035, 5052, 8372
Lasker, Emanuel (change of move in his Manual) C.N. 6780
Lasker, Emanuel (composition on cover of his Manual) CE 178; ACO 365
Lasker, Emanuel (continues game when two queens down) CE 3
Lasker, Emanuel (criticism by Solomon Hecht of Common Sense in Chess) C.N. 4982
Lasker, Emanuel (death and funeral) C.N. 4103
Lasker, Emanuel (edition of Manual by Reuben Fine) C.N.s 8232, 8236
Lasker, Emanuel (ending in the Manual of Chess/Lehrbuch des Schachspiels) C.N.s 8422, 8426, 8429 (Fanderl)
Lasker, Emanuel (error in composition) ACO 303-304
Lasker, Emanuel (Evening Post column ghosted?) C.N. 5272
Lasker, Emanuel (extraterrestrial quote on Go) C.N. 6817
Lasker, Emanuel (FBI file on visa application) C.N. 6298
Lasker, Emanuel (game against Melvin Chernev) C.N. 6614
Lasker, Emanuel (games in simultaneous display in Baltimore) C.N. 7664
Lasker, Emanuel (games of draughts/checkers) CE 59, ACO 97-98 + C.N. 4630
Lasker, Emanuel (historical criticism of Manual) ‘Dr Lasker’s Chess History’ feature article
Lasker, Emanuel (illustrations by Voellmy and Cozens) C.N. 5059
Lasker, Emanuel (inaccuracies in his Manual) CFF 248-249 + C.N. 5930
Lasker, Emanuel (in Chicago) C.N. 7738
Lasker, Emanuel (indexing of Manual) C.N. 8232
Lasker, Emanuel (interview) C.N. 8188
Lasker, Emanuel (inventor of new notation) CE 125-126
Lasker, Emanuel (in Buenos Aires, 1910, with PGN file of 28 games) C.N. 6770
Lasker, Emanuel (journey from Switzerland to Germany in 1914) C.N. 7092
Lasker, Emanuel (knight odds match against Mrs Showalter) C.N. 7218
Lasker, Emanuel (letter from) C.N. 3074
Lasker, Emanuel (meeting with Edward Louis Spears) C.N. 4451
Lasker, Emanuel (odds anecdote) C.N. 7057
Lasker, Emanuel (on English-language chess literature) C.N. 8624
Lasker, Emanuel (on the different generations) C.N. 5189
Lasker, Emanuel (on the Great War) C.N. 8260
Lasker, Emanuel (on Tarrasch) C.N.s 6066, 6082
Lasker, Emanuel (paintings) C.N.s 5071, 5103
Lasker, Emanuel (personal finances/money) C.N. 4170
Lasker, Emanuel (publication of unidentified compositions) C.N. 7113
Lasker, Emanuel (painting of by Maximilian Mopp) C.N.s 4091, 4348
Lasker, Emanuel (posts in universities) C.N. 4290
Lasker, Emanuel (quote on the world championship) C.N. 6062
Lasker, Emanuel (reconciliation with Capablanca in 1914) C.N. 7086
Lasker, Emanuel (record in games against women) CE 269
Lasker, Emanuel (report of alleged physical attack) C.N.s 6405, 6410
Lasker, Emanuel (Salta) C.N. 5012
Lasker, Emanuel (sketch of simultaneous display) C.N. 5194
Lasker, Emanuel (‘statuvolent’ photograph in Time) C.N. 6917
Lasker, Emanuel (study by) ACO 58-59
Lasker, Emanuel (translation of text in Manual) C.N. 7985
Lasker, Emanuel (white race/human race remark) CE 241 + 272
Lasker on annotators KCK 384
Lasker on Capablanca KCK 382-283 + C.N. 6071
Lasker on Janowsky CE 243-244
Lasker on journalistic ethics CE 249
Lasker on money CE 244
Lasker on Morphy KCK 389-390
Lasker on Pillsbury CFF 337
Lasker on Réti (and Lasker) ACO 404-405 + C.N. 6889
Lasker on the Ruy López CFF 325-326
Lasker on Rubinstein KCK 389
Lasker on valueless world championship title KCK 383
Lasker on world championship victory over Steinitz KCK 398
Lasker on young players ACO 393
‘Lasker played 1 P-K4 with a view to the endgame’ CFF 297
Lasker v Capablanca (cartoon of match by Tom Webster) C.N. 7268 + ‘Chess Cartoons by Tom Webster’ feature article
Lasker v Capablanca (conclusion of match) CE 187; ACO 356
Lasker v Capablanca (match negotiations 1920-21) CFF 139-144 + ‘How Capablanca Became World Champion’ feature article + ‘Lasker on the 1921 World Championship Match’ feature article + ‘Capablanca’s Reply to Lasker’ feature article
Lasker v Capablanca (photograph during 1921 match) C.N. 7815
Lasker v Capablanca (St Petersburg, 1914, not played in the final round) C.N. 7846
Lasker v Capablanca (tenth match-game) KCK 265-266 + C.N.s 6153, 6182
Lasker v Janowsky (1909 Paris match not for world championship) CE 174, 267; ACO 174-175; CFF 234 + C.N. 5199 + ‘Lasker v Janowsky, Paris, 1909’ feature article
Lasker v MacLeod CE 3
Lasker v Marshall match agreement (comment by Mortimer) C.N. 6123
Lasker v Marshall (sketch with mate-in-three problem by Lasker) C.N. 6177
Lasker v Moysey C.N. 7223
Lasker v Murdock C.N. 8358 (Lasker’s last recorded game)
Lasker v Nimzowitsch (off-hand match in 1925) C.N. 8001
Lasker v Powell (similarities to Botvinnik v Capablanca) CE 272
Lasker v Sämisch (off-hand game, Carlsbad, 1923) C.N. 8000
Lasker v Sandberg C.N. 8117
Lasker v Schlechter (controversy over 1910 match) CE 177; CFF 280 + C.N.s 4144, 5855, 7109, 8222
Lasker v Schlechter (game ten) CFF 240-241, 280
Lasker v Schlechter (Rice Gambit match, 1908) C.N. 6857
Lasker v Smith C.N. 8503
Lasker v Steinitz ending (alleged blunder by Lasker) C.N. 3847
Lasker v Steinitz (photographs of 1896-97 world championship match) C.N.s 5020, 6027
Lasker v Steinitz (sixth match-game, 1896) C.N.s 5687, 5691
Lasker v Tarrasch (1908 ‘Schach und Matt’ anecdote) C.N.s 5707, 5719 (Saint-Amant v Staunton)
Lasker v Tarrasch match (1916) not for world championship CE 160; ACO 309-310 + C.N.s 3943, 3951
Lasker v Yurka and Goldenberg C.N. 5171
Lasker, Marshall, Teichmann and Chigorin v Janowsky, Lawrence, Marco and Schlechter KCK 111-112
Lasker’s Chess Magazine (costs) CFF 74
‘Lasker’s deepest game’ CE 49
Lasker, Martha (photograph) C.N. 5563
Lasker (various players named) KCK 232-233
‘Last Gambit’ by Loring D. Mandel C.N. 5232
‘Last Round’ by Kester Svendsen C.N. 4941
Last words C.N.s 4704 (Buckle, Tartakower), 4705 (Lasker, Perrin), 4713 (Buckle), 5076 (Lasker), 8470 (de Rivière)
Lawrence Gambit C.N. 7184
Laws, Benjamin Glover (unsound problems) CFF 226-227
Laws of chess C.N. 8200, 8406 (in the Handbuch) + ‘The Laws of Chess (1912)’ feature article + ‘The Laws of Chess (1931)’ feature article
Lawson, David (errata to Paul Morphy The Pride and Sorrow of Chess) C.N. 5672
Lawson, David (French translation of Morphy monograph) C.N. 8032
Lazard v N.N. KCK 80
Lazard, Jules (poems) C.N. 4326
Learn Chess by C.H.O’D. Alexander and T.J. Beach C.N. 4017
Learn Chess Fast! by S. Reshevsky and F. Reinfeld C.N.s 8431, 8447
Leblanc, Maurice (Arsène Lupin novels) C.N.s 4989, 5029
Lederer, Norbert (book on tropical fish and novels co-written with Lillian Day) C.N.s 3710, 3716, 5752
Lee, Robert E. (travel chess set) CFF 101 + C.N. 5508
Lee v Lasker KCK 220-221 + ‘Long Calculation’ feature article
Leeky v Mason ACO 99
Legall de Kermeur (exact date of birth) C.N.s 5734, 7143 (with forenames, François Antoine), 7152
Legall de Kermeur v Saint Brie C.N. 5720
Legall queen offer (after queen’s-side castling by Black) C.N. 8640
Legall’s trap (Tarrasch the victim) KCK 104
Lehmann v Krüger ACO 35
Leise, Albert T. C.N.s 6561, 6628, 6887
Leise v Barden C.N. 6887
Leit-motif in chess events CE 113 + C.N.s 5556, 5562 (Svensson and Qg5)
Le Luron, Thierry (photographs with Alice Sapritch) C.N.s 6256, 6345
Lengden, John CE 54 + C.N. 3947 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Lengden v Peacock CE 54
Length of game unimportant (Napier) KCK 388
Leningrad v Moscow match, 1937 C.N. 7022
Leno, Dan C.N.s 4646, 4647
Leo XIII, Pope (game ascribed to) C.N.s 3696, 3701, 3705, 3721, 3735, 5975, 7578
Leonard, James A. KCK 133-140 (games against Barnett, Horner, Hoffman, Richardson, Marache, Lecour, Mark, Thompson, Leonard, Perrin, Jackson, Bryant and Gilberg) ACO 93-96 (games against Dwight, Elson, Richardson/Southard/Mark, Loyd, Michaelis, Thompson and Chamier/Brenzinger) CFF 62-63 + C.N. 4087 + ‘James A. Leonard’ feature article
Leonhardt (blindfold) v Andresen C.N. 8430
Leonhardt v Marshall (comments by Leonhardt) KCK 378-379
Leonhardt v Sauter ACO 207
Leonhardt v Znosko-Borovsky ACO 291
Leoni, Angeligi KCK 305 + C.N.s 4085, 5046 (Angeliga?)
Leopold, Prince, Duke of Albany C.N.s 4044, 4066, 4558, 8126
Leslie v Bisguier (Southsea, 1950) C.N. 6606
Lesser/Limited Bishop’s Gambit C.N. 7583
Lessing v Jaffe C.N.s 7530, 7538
Leuppi, Ernst C.N. 3985
Letelier, René C.N. 3844
Levenfish/Löwenfisch (spelling) C.N. 6498
Leventić v Boudre KCK 20
Levin, Bernard C.N.s 3662, 8068
Levin (Lewin)/Schiffers v Chigorin/Saburov consultation match C.N. 6373
Levitzky v Chigorin KCK 45-46
Livitzky v Isbinski KCK 147
Lewis, Angelo John (Professor Louis Hoffmann) C.N.s 5620, 5646, 5716
Lewis, Sinclair (photograph with Marshall’s son) C.N. 4347
Lewis v N.N. 8297
Lichtenstein v Grünfeld KCK 240
Liège, 1930 group photograph C.N.s 5038, 5070
‘Life is an insipid interruption of chess’ (Willy de Winter) C.N. 4626
‘Life’s too short for chess’ (and ‘but that is the fault of life’) ACO 270, 360 + C.N.s 5280, 5304, 6714, 7148 + ‘Life’s too short for chess’ feature article
Lightning chess (early use of term and Belden v Gilberg) C.N. 4886
Lightning writers (Bronstein, Flohr and Wood on Golombek and Reinfeld) C.N. 8364
Lilienthal, Andor (defeat of Alekhine at blitz play) C.N. 6570
Lilienthal, Andor (discrepancies in account of Hastings, 1934-35) CE 205-206
Lilienthal, Andor (photographs) C.N.s 5404, 6569
Lilienthal, Andor (v Lasker and Capablanca) CE 264
Lilienthal v Bolbochán C.N. 3892
Limbos, Paul C.N. 8536
Limbos v Klausner (not Limbos v Bogart) C.N. 8536
Lincoln, Abraham C.N. 3999
Lincoln Chess Club C.N. 7669
Line clearance (problem by W. Wolf) C.N. 6302
Linguistic barbarism and trends CE 140-142 + C.N.s 6625, 8632 + ‘Chess and the English Language’ feature article
Lipnitsky v Smirnov C.N.s 8160, 8176, 8181
Lipnitsky v Smyslov C.N. 7071
Lipschütz, Philip C.N.s 6657, 6752, 6815
Lipschütz, S. (mystery over forename) CE 183 + C.N.s 3172, 3520, 4738, 4804, 5302, 6657, 6688, 6752, 6815, 7652, 7657, 7814 + ‘S. Lipschütz – Samuel, Simon or Solomon?’ feature article
Lisitsin’s Gambit KCK 158; ACO 175; CFF 236-237 + C.N. 6352 (1923 game)
Literature of Chess, The by John Graham CE 150; KCK 264-265
Little, Paul Hugo (Litwinsky) C.N. 5292
List, Paul M. C.N. 7774
Living chess (earliest display) C.N.s 5738, 5755
Living chess (Grünfeld) KCK 240
Livshits, August C.N. 8311
Locock, Charles Dealtry (reminisences and book of maxims) C.N. 5857
Łódź, 1935 (group photograph) C.N. 4734
Loerbroks v Clauss ACO 156
Loerbroks v N.N. ACO 16-17
Loffroy v Anglarès ACO 292
Löhr, Robert (Der Schachautomat/The Chess Machine) C.N. 5153
Lokvenc v Pachman CE 50
Loman, Rudolf (chess column with sketches) C.N. 6053
Loman, Rudolf (frequency of participation in Dutch championship) CFF 100 + C.N. 4879 (information in British census)
Loman, Rudolf (photograph with wife) C.N. 7612
Loman v Müller ACO 45
Lombardy, William C.N. 7578
London, 1840 (alleged tournament at the Divan) C.N. 5723
London, 1851 C.N. 7705
London, 1851 (tournament book in German) C.N. 6690
London, 1899 group photograph C.N.s 5328, 5868
London, 1899 (pen-portraits of participants) ACO 410-412 + ‘London, 1899 Pen-portraits’ feature article
London, 1899 (sketches) C.N.s 5729, 5741
London, 1922 (cartoons by Tom Webster) C.N.s 3938, 7372 + ‘Chess Cartoons by Tom Webster’ feature article
London, 1922 (pen portraits in the Daily Mail) C.N. 8193
London 1922 (2010 tournament book) C.N. 6732
London, 1945 C.N. 6761
London Rules KCK 273; ACO 149 + C.N.s 8251, 8489 + ‘The London Rules’ feature article + ‘Cuttings’ feature article
London war damage (destruction of chess material and books) C.N.s 6551, 6574
Long gaps (between players’ meetings) ACO 170-171 + C.N.s 3449, 3453, 3456, 3541, 3761 (Marshall and Lüdecke)
Long thinking CE 117-118 (by Maróczy); KCK 32 (by Důras); ACO 345 (story about Capablanca v Alekhine, 1927) + C.N.s 4632 (Bronstein), 4639 (Bronstein), 4679 (Showalter and Uhlmann), 4680 (Paulsen), 6118 (Maróczy), 6315 (Alekhine v Capablanca), 8537 (Nimzowitsch v Sämisch) + ‘Chess and Time’ feature article
Longevity (Murton, Jane Lady Carew, Hinton, l’Oste, Zeckendorf, Hudson) C.N. 4789
Looking one move ahead, but the best move (saying attributed to Jaffe) KCK 325 + C.N.s 4483, 5320 (attributed to Janowsky), 5375, 6892 (Réti; ‘usually not one’), 6898 (Réti; ‘as a rule not a single one’), 7090 (Zukertort)
Loomis, Alfred C.N.s 5873, 5879
López, Ruy (cousin of Montaigne claim) C.N. 5188
López, Ruy (pictures of) CFF 250 + C.N. 4376
López Rovirosa v Mora ACO 123
Lost Battle by Stephen Graham C.N. 8380
Louis Napoleon, Prince (and Zukertort) KCK 325-327
Loveday, Henry Augustus C.N. 6774
Łowcki (Lowtzky), Mojżesz (spelling of name) C.N. 4887
Łowcki (Lowtzky), Mojżesz (top of table of tournament players) CE 265 + C.N. 4887
Łowcki (Lowtzky) v Tartakower (copying by authors) CE 163-164
Löwe v Deacon C.N. 7854
Löwenthal, Johann (quotation about judicious violation) C.N.s 4297, 6581
Löwenthal Variation (Sicilian Defence) C.N. 6580
Löwenthal v Williams (1851 match) C.N. 8075
Löwy v Felix CE 79-80
Loyd, Samuel (article and puzzle) C.N. 7299
Loyd, Samuel (illustrations by) CFF 285-287
Loyd, Samuel (letter to Steinitz on best problem solvers) KCK 377
Loyd, Samuel (not inventor of 15 Puzzle) C.N.s 4406, 4749
Loyd v Leonard CFF 62-63
Lucarelli v Carra CE 6
‘Lucena Position’ (Salvio) C.N.s 5536, 6786, 8044
Luck ‘Luck in Chess’ feature article
Luckis v Keres (error in Reinfeld book) C.N. 4362
Luftgreifer C.N. 4254
Lugano, 1983 ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Lukanin/Lukany v Shmulyan/Smulyan ACO 43
Lukomsky v Pobedin CFF 54 + C.N. 7900
Lumley/Lumbley, George C.N.s 3426, 3443, 4006
Lund v Nimzowitsch KCK 242  + C.N. 5081
Lundin v Ekström CE 50
Lundin v Hasenfuss ACO 23 + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
Lunette (term in chess and draughts/checkers) C.N.s 3495, 7997
Lupi, Francisco C.N.s 4388, 5551, 7479
Lurie and Wagenheim v Bastin and Bolotow CFF 16-17
Lyttelton, Lord George William (spelling of second forename) C.N.s 4384, 4398
M. v Blackburne CFF 50
Macbeth, James Cruickshank Henderson (standing in Scottish chess and books on chess/bridge) C.N.s 4462, 6325 (obituary), 6342, 6356
Macdonald v Burn C.N. 8319 + ‘Macdonald v Burn, Liverpool, 1910’ feature article
MacDonnell, George Alcock C.N.s 3974, 3975, 4036, 4391 (attack on Zukertort), 4879 (information in British census), 7328 (criticism of Steinitz’s prose style), 7333 (poluphloisboioist), 7338
MacDonnell v Boden C.N. 7406
MacDonnell v Boden (Kohinor of chess) C.N. 7431
MacDonnell v N.N. C.N.s 7294, 7307
MacDonnell v Wisker ACO 138
MacGregor, E.A.M. (‘E.A.M.M. of India’) ACO 55-56
Mackenzie, Arthur Ford C.N. 5290
Mackenzie, Arthur John (Mackenzie v Schofield) C.N. 8202
Mackenzie, George Henry (cause of death) C.N. 7772
Mackenzie, George Henry (desertion) C.N. 5785
Mackenzie, George Henry (in India) C.N. 7765
Mackenzie v Hammond KCK 308-309
Mackenzie v Judd ACO 290
Mackenzie v N.N. CE 13-14; KCK 46-47 + ACO 17-18 + C.N.s 5926, 5931, 5951 (Kennedy), 6462, 6751 (quadrupled pawns), 7244
MacLeod, Nicholas CE 257
MacMahon v Schumer CE 29-30 + C.N. 5313
Maczuski v Mazzolani ACO 81-82
Madgavkar, Govind Dinanath CFF 195-196
Madgavkar v Atkins CFF 195
Mad Master, The by Rene Chun C.N. 4596
Madrid, 1943 (photographs) C.N. 5804
Madrid, 1943 (tournament book by Alekhine) C.N. 6162
Magazines (Lasker on) C.N. 7818
Magazines (small) C.N.s 6132, 6181
Magdeburger Schachzeitung (edited by Max Lange) C.N. 8231
Magnetic chess sets C.N. 8095
Magnus Smith Variation/Magnus Smith Trap C.N.s 8303, 8339 + ‘The Magnus Smith Trap’ feature article
Mahoney, Jeremiah Titus (1937 New York City mayoral campaign) C.N. 8699
Maliutin v Gregory CE 11
Malmgren v Johansson C.N. 6449
Malpas, Louis (photograph) C.N. 4722
Malpass, B.W. ACO 339
Mammoth Book of Chess, The by Graham Burgess KCK 288
Manchester, 1890 (search for games) C.N. 6282
Mandleberg, J.H. (score-book) C.N. 4039
Mannheim, 1914 (errors by Soltis) C.N. 6266
Mannheim, 1914 (group photograph) C.N. 8556
Marache, Napoleon (speed at learning chess) C.N. 4900
Marache v Morphy CFF 147-148
Maravilloso mundo del ajedrez, El by E.C. Alonso C.N. 4133
Marble, Murray (photograph) C.N. 5370
Marble v N.N. C.N. 7827
Marchand v Adams C.N. 5595
Marco, Georg (annotations and wit) C.N.s 4855, 5248, 7819
Marco v Metger CE 4
Marco, Michael (brother of Georg Marco) C.N.s 6227, 6231, 6235, 6605
Marcos, Ferdinand (photograph with Larsen) ‘Bent Larsen (1935-2010)’ feature article
Margate, 1923 group photograph C.N.s 4046, 4122
Margate, 1935 caricatures C.N. 5202
Marienbad, 1925 group photograph C.N.s 5119, 5125
Marín, Valentín (problem discussed by Manuel Golmayo) C.N.s 5341, 5345
Marín v Cherta CFF 44-45
Marini v Spassky C.N. 6139
Maróczy, Géza (Capablanca on) ‘Capablanca on Maróczy’ feature article
Maróczy, Géza (photographs) C.N.s 4479, 6922
Maróczy, Géza (simultaneous tour) C.N. 3906
Maróczy, Géza (writings) C.N. 5678
Maróczy Bind (Sicilian Defence) KCK 147-148; C.N.s 8544, 8545
Maróczy on young players studying chess theory CE 250
Maróczy v Korchnoi (ghost/spiritualist game) C.N.s 5162, 5411, 5417, 7262, 7344
Maróczy v Morgan KCK 56-57
Maróczy v Voigt C.N. 8545
Márquez Sterling, Manuel C.N. 5908
Márquez Sterling v N.N. KCK 126-127
Marrero v Melgarejo and Steinitz v Devidé (duplication) CE 59
‘Marriage versus Chess’ ACO 406
Marseillais chess C.N.s 1426, 3479
Marshall, Caroline (letter to L. Nardus) C.N. 6729
Marshall, Frank James (advertisement for cigarettes) C.N. 4622
Marshall, Frank James (book inscription) C.N. 7027
Marshall, Frank James (announcement of retirement in 1909) C.N. 6168
Marshall, Frank James (column in Sportsman) C.N. 5142
Marshall, Frank James (consultation game also involving Nardus) C.N. 6269
Marshall, Frank James (describes himself as the least bookish player) KCK 234-235
Marshall, Frank James (endgame play) CFF 103-104
Marshall, Frank James (family and discrepancy over birth-date) C.N.s 8013, 8022
Marshall, Frank James (handwritten notes in book) C.N. 5621
Marshall, Frank James (letter published shortly before his death) C.N. 4805
Marshall, Frank James (letter to Blackburne) C.N. 7114
Marshall, Frank James (N.W. Banks on) C.N. 6495
Marshall, Frank James (photograph and inscription) C.N. 6709
Marshall, Frank James (photograph with apparently incorrect board) C.N.s 5114, 5124
Marshall, Frank James (sparkling moves look like typographical errors, wrote Napier) CE 84
Marshall, Frank James (with Bedřich Fuchs) C.N. 4737
Marshall, Frank James (world champion in War and Saltar) CE 146
Marshall, Frank Rice KCK 233 + C.N. 5778
Marshall shower of gold coins game v Levitzky CE 145; KCK 303-305 + C.N.s 7101, 8212 + ‘Marshall’s ‘Gold Coins’ Game’ feature article
Marshall on Steinitz KCK 398
Marshall v Allies (Bernstein, Kline, Metzger, Sanford, Reynolds and Schlessinger) KCK 216-217
Marshall v Bogoljubow CE 6
Marshall v Capablanca match (1909) C.N.s 5897 (cartoon), 5921 (sketch by C.W. Kahles), 5934 (clock times), 7441 (cartoon)
Marshall v Capablanca position (fifth match-game, 1909) ACO 320, 345 + C.N.s 6655, 7409
Marshall v Capablanca (1911) C.N. 6249
Marshall v Capablanca (1931) KCK 365 + ‘Capablanca Goes Algebraic’ feature article
Marshall v Chilton CE 77-78
Marshall v Dus-Chotimirsky match (Warsaw, 1908) C.N. 6816
Marshall v Edward Lasker photograph C.N. 6552
Marshall v Grünlaub CFF 32-33
Marshall v Hartlaub C.N.s 354, 4516
Marshall v Hopkins KCK 285
Marshall v Janowsky (time consumed in 1905 match) C.N. 6129
Marshall v Janowsky (game in 1912 match) C.N. 7455
Marshall v Janowsky (rapid transit game) CE 82
Marshall v Kubbel ACO 14
Marshall v Marie Silvius C.N. 5032
Marshall v Mieses C.N. 6711
Marshall v Mlotkowski CE 78
Marshall v Mugridge ACO 180-181
Marshall v Napier (two different game-scores in Brooklyn Club Championship) C.N.s 6910, 6916
Marshall v Pécher KCK 209
Marshall v Showalter (1909 United States championship match) C.N. 7488
Marshall v Teichmann team match (1904) C.N. 4476
Marshall v Treybal C.N. 7856
Marshall v Whitaker KCK 77
Marshall v Whiting CFF 55; C.N.s 6963, 8345
Marshall Gambit C.N. 6980 + ‘The Marshall Gambit’ feature article
Martí-Ibáñez, Félix (comment on chess psychology) C.N. 7456
Martin, Barry (non-existence research on ‘grandmaster’ title C.N. 8298 + ‘Chess Grandmasters’ feature article
Martin, Geoffrey J. C.N. 5639
Martin, William (Steinitz on) CE 242
Martin v N.N. CFF 43
Marx, Harpo (story in Harpo Speaks! of a telephone chess match in Moscow) C.N. 5483
Mason, Edward/Ted C.N.s 4183, 6646, 6658 (Pathé newsreel)
Mason, James (Bernstein on, and claim by Jim Hayes that Mason’s real name was Patrick Dwyer) KCK 386
Mason, James (Buckley article) C.N. 6126
Mason, James (magniloquence) CFF 312
Mason, James (on US chess organization in 1873) C.N. 4461
Mason, James (problem by) C.N. 6645
Master on whom most books written (Fischer) C.N. 4416
Master Prim by James Whitfield Ellison C.N. 6934
Masters (quotes about chess masters and mastery of chess) C.N. 5525
Masters, Robert V. (alleged pseudonym of Reinfeld) ACO 191 + C.N. 4778
Masters, Roy (The Key to Chess Simplified) C.N. 4778
Match not played for money (Morphy v Anderssen) ACO 149
Matches and tournaments (respective value of; remark attributed to Tartakower) C.N.s 5792, 8152
Mate in ten composition (from The Austral) CE 12 + C.N. 5446
Mates missed (including mate in one) CE 10, 15; KCK 262-263, 283-284, 285; ACO 289-292, 312-313; CFF 227-228 + C.N.s 4976, 5669 (analysis by Botvinnik), 6140, 6276, 6288 (Dufresne/Mieses book), 6280 (Gurevich on Kasparov v Anand), 6281 (Watson and Schiller), 6544 (Dufresne/Mieses book), 7785 (double blindness in Vill v Meyenborg)
Mathematics and chess (G.H. Hardy) C.N. 5840 + ‘Chess: Prodigies, Philosophy and Mathematics’ feature article
Mathematics and the chess board (Across the Board by John J. Watkins) C.N. 4693
Mathews, George C.N. 8041
Mattison v Rubinstein (witchcraft quote) C.N. 7811
Maurian, Charles on Morphy (report by Mieses) KCK 390
Maurian miniature ACO 352-353
Mavor, James (reminiscences of Zukertort and Steinitz) C.N. 8401
Maxim (‘Move the right piece to the right square at the right time’) C.N. 8415
Mayet v Hanstein KCK 129
McClellan, George B. (chess set) C.N. 5531
McCrary v Wassner KCK 62
McCutcheon, John Lindsay C.N.s 4606, 6217 (not MacCutcheon)
McDonnell, Alexander (confused with George Alcock MacDonnell) ACO 140 + C.N. 7318 + ‘Cuttings’ feature article
McDonnell, Alexander (spelling of surname) CFF 306-309  + ‘Alexander McDonnell’ feature article
McDonnell v Labourdonnais (alleged game) ACO 195-196; CFF 75-76
McFarland chess books C.N.s 8494, 8530
McGrath v Lasker CE 76-77
McGrew, John (paintings of Kasparov and Spassky) C.N. 4287
McIntyre, Donald Glenoe, CFF 319 + C.N.s 6678, 6703
Mead, Colonel Charles (Fiske on) ‘Paul Morphy and Chess Politics’ feature article
Mecking, Henrique (birth-date) CFF 297 + C.N.s 4851, 7962
Mecking, Henrique (inscription in Como Jesus Cristo Salvou a Minha Vida) C.N. 4598
Medal or plaque for defeating Euwe C.N. 6845
Medley, George Webb C.N. 7460
Mednis, Edmar (references to his wife) C.N. 500, 501
Meek, Harold C.N. 4836
Meet the Masters by Max Euwe (errors concerning Capablanca) CE 139
Meissonier, Jean-Louis Ernest (paintings of chessplayers) C.N.s 7595, 7599
Memory CE 107 (Rubinstein, Rothman, Kostić); CFF 75 (Morphy), 185-187 (Pillsbury, Blackburne, Capablanca)  + C.N.s 5010 (Alekhine and Capablanca), 5127 (Alekhine), 5850, 6331 (Kostić), 7702 (Pillsbury), 7710 (Pillsbury), 7713 (Pillsbury), 7716 (Pillsbury) + ‘Memory Feats of Chess Masters’ feature article
Menchik, Vera (cremation) C.N. 7711
Menchik, Vera (photograph with sister Olga) C.N. 5964
Menchik, Vera (Vera Menchik Club) CE 167 + C.N. 3433
Menchik, Vera (writings) C.N. 7721
Mendelssohn quote C.N.s 3574, 3676, 4133, 4378
Mendlewicz v Soultanbéieff CFF 46
Mengarini v Ervin CE 50
Mengarini v Kramer CE 50
Men of the Time (entries on Löwenthal and Morphy) C.N. 7707
Meran Defence/Meran Variation C.N.s 4635, 5414, 7754, 7813 (Sozin), 7843 (Calapso), 7848, 7964
Meran, 1924 group photograph C.N.s 4669, 4808 (discussion regarding Lajos and Endre/Andreas Steiner), 4962 (Grim/Grimm)
Meran, 1926 group photograph C.N.s 4669, 4676, 4686
Meran, 1924 photograph C.N.s 6908, 6924
Messiter v McMahon C.N. 6916
Metamagical Themas C.N. 7198
Metropolitan Chess League (1895 photograph) C.N. 8593
Meyer, Heinrich Friedrich Ludwig (composition in Lasker’s Manual) C.N. 7421
Meyer, Heinrich Friedrich Ludwig (mate in eight problem) ACO 59-60 + C.N.s 4589 (1882 book in algebraic notation/universal notation), 5022
Meyer v Grünfeld ACO 84
Meyer v S. Rubinstein C.N. 8544
Michaelis, Otho Ernst C.N.s 6766, 7023, 7032
Michaelis v N.N. CFF 31-32 + C.N.s 6726, 6743
Michaelis v Whitehouse KCK 28
Michell, Edward Algernon C.N.s 4609, 4658
Michell, Reginald Pryce C.N.s 5061, 7685 (burial record)
Michló v Pikler KCK 127-128
Middlegame: The Defense Triumphs by Y.M. Kotkov C.N. 6851
Middleton Counter-Gambit C.N.s 4792, 4860, 4864 (Thomas J. Middleton), 7125, 7130
Midjord v Scharf CFF 55
Mieses, Jacques (choices of best games) C.N. 6430
Mieses, Jacques (complaint about Bogoljubow) C.N. 3941
Mieses, Jacques (Jakob) C.N.s 7313, 7327
Mieses, Jacques (Mister Meises/Meister Mieses story) C.N.s 4729, 4733 + ‘Jacques Mieses’ feature article
Mieses on advances in chess ACO 414
Mieses on Munich, 1941 ACO 399
Mieses v Billecard C.N. 7312
Mieses v Finn CE 47
Mieses v Goertz ACO 155
Mieses v N.N. (Basle, 1907) C.N. 8618
Mieses v N.N. (Metz, 1935) C.N. 6431
Mieses v Richter KCK 59-60
Mieses v Voellmy C.N. 8619
Mieses/Cohn v Nimzowitsch/Spielmann KCK 104
Migoya v N.N. (anticipation of Alekhine’s 1937 piece sacrifice against Euwe) CE 96 + C.N.s 4079, 8250
Mikeladze v Bakradze ACO 76 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Mildmay, Henry Edward St John C.N.s 5652, 5702
Mildmay v Morelli C.N. 6903
Miles, Tony ‘Tony Miles (1955-2001)’ feature article
Miles, Tony (‘A cable’) C.N.s 8248, 8253, 8267
Miles, Tony (blindfold display) ACO 106-107 + ‘Tony Miles (1955-2001)’ feature article
Miles, Tony (game with three rooks) C.N. 8247
Miles, Tony (two-word book review) C.N. 8248
Miles v Klöcker ACO 106-107
Mills v Persinger ACO 130
Miles v Short C.N. 7999
Mingrelia, Prince Dadian of (allegations of invented games) CE 264 + C.N. 7686
Miniature (definition of; 25 moves or fewer) CE 34
Miniatures KCK 126-128
Mini-chess (M. Mamikon) C.N. 8288
Mini-miniature (term used by P.H. Clarke) C.N. 7684
Misappropriation of C.N. material C.N. 7743
Mis Cincuenta Partidas con Maestros (Pomar) C.N.s 3988, 4086
Misprints (unfortunate) KCK 277 + C.N.s 4472, 4540
Misspellings (serial) CE 143-144, 154, 167-168; ACO 286, 311, 337; CFF 241, 251 + C.N. 4458
Mistaken identity/misidentification CE 158 (Boleslavsky/Bondarevsky and Chajes/Jaffe); ACO 315 (Lasker, Tarrasch, Kagan, Capablanca, Reshevsky, Salvio, Severino, Botvinnik, Alekhine); CFF 228 (Tal, Spassky), 250 (Blackburne, Chigorin + C.N.s 4124 (Réti/Bogoljubow), 4221 (Lasker, Tarrasch), 4848 (Leonardo), 6270 (birthplace of Chajes), 7792 (Bernstein and Mieses), 8034 (Capablanca, Reshevsky), 8042 (Capablanca, Reshevsky), 8346 (Bird/Buckle), 8411 (Boleslavsky/Bondarevsky)
Mistrust (remark by Tarrasch) KCK 382 + C.N. 5684
Mitchell, David (disappeared) ACO 349-352 + C.N. 5810 + ‘Disappeared’ feature article
Mitropolsky, Nikolai KCK 112-113
Mittelmann v Clausen ACO 6
Mitterrand, François ACO 390 + C.N.s 6594, 6897 (on Attali)
Mladá Boleslav, 1913 group photograph C.N. 5186
Modern Analysis of the Chess Openings (illiterate book by Marshall) KCK 273-274; CFF 256
Modern Chess Openings (dispute over editorship between Korn and Wade) C.N.s 7295, 7300, 7317, 7321
Modern Chess Openings and Practical Chess Openings C.N. 5269
Modern period (claim that it began when Bronstein was born) CE 150
Mohiliver, Ariah Lev C.N. 4585
Moise v Harriman KCK 121 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Molinari v Roux Cabral C.N.s 5523, 5529
Moll, Kurt C.N. 4239
Møller Attack (analysis in Lasker’s Manual) C.N. 6780
Möller v Lasker (not Lasker v Möller) C.N. 6745
Monaco/Munich confusion KCK 270
Monck, William Henry Stanley CFF 153 + C.N. 6938
Monk, Thelonious C.N. 7847
‘Monkey examining a watch’ story (Steinitz, Burn and Schüll) CE 125 + C.N. 6590
Monosson, L. CFF 194
Monosson v Fauque C.N. 7921
Monosson v Golbérine CFF 194
Montaigne C.N. 4378
Monte Carlo, 1901 group photograph C.N. 5305
Monte Carlo, 1902 group photographs C.N.s 7159, 7649
Monticelli v Rosselli del Turco (photograph) C.N. 7360
Moorman, Wilbur Lyttleton ACO 340
Moquette, J.J.R. (M.I.R.I.) C.N. 6008
Mora, María Teresa CE 56; ACO 122-123
Mora, María Teresa (birth-date) C.N.s 3464, 3468, 3477
Mora v López Rovirosa ACO 122
Moral Victories (novel about Tartakower by David Lovejoy) C.N. 5519
Morán, Pablo (Alekhine book and library/archives) C.N.s 4387, 4393, 8305
Moreau, Colonel Charles ACO 354-355 + C.N. 4574
Morgan, D.J. CE 237; ACO 418; CFF 316 + C.N.s 4076, 4081, 4127, 4184 (G.H. Diggle on), 4194, 4203 (Lord Morgan on), 4204 (meeting with Alekhine), 4724 (bowls photograph) + ‘Chess Morganisms’ feature article
Morley, Frank Vigor (My one Contribution to Chess) C.N. 4651
Morphy, Diego (editor of dictionary) C.N. 6568
Morphy, Ernest (mentioned in Le Palamède, 1842) C.N. 5177
Morphy, E. v Dudley CFF 38-39
Morphy, John ACO 31-32
Morphy, J. v Rynd ACO 31-32
Morphy, Paul Charles (aftermath of New York, 1857) ‘Paul Morphy and Chess Politics’ feature article
Morphy, Paul Charles (alleged incident, distracting opponent) C.N. 8552
Morphy, Paul Charles (alleged psychiatric treatment in Paris) C.N. 8468
Morphy, Paul Charles (article by Robert Cantwell) C.N. 7239
Morphy, Paul Charles (B.H. Wood on) CE 156-157 + C.N. 7816
Morphy, Paul Charles (books on) CFF 229 + C.N.s 4933 (list of post-1976 titles), 5195 (book by Benito López Esnaola)
Morphy, Paul Charles (cased image/alleged picture) C.N.s 6018, 7390
Morphy, Paul Charles (claims about shoes) CE 162; CFF 231, 242 + C.N.s 5280, 5559 + ‘Fun’ feature article
Morphy, Paul Charles (comparison with exhibitions by Rosenthal) C.N. 8611
Morphy, Paul Charles (death, including allegation by Reichhelm of suicide) CFF 220 + C.N. 5101
Morphy, Paul Charles (Fellowes & Morphy, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law) C.N. 8469
Morphy, Paul Charles (Fuller on New York Ledger column and Robert Bonner) C.N. 4846
Morphy, Paul Charles (illustration of contemporaries) C.N. 5959
Morphy, Paul Charles (incorrect statements on) C.N. 5855
Morphy, Paul Charles (involvement in chess politics) CFF 147
Morphy, Paul Charles (monograph by Bertil Rask) C.N. 7151
Morphy, Paul Charles (1957 memorial plaque) C.N. 5910
Morphy, Paul Charles (never played 1 d4) C.N. 7852
Morphy, Paul Charles (offer of pawn odds) CFF 260
Morphy, Paul Charles (pictures of) C.N.s 3890, 4137, 5150, 7415
Morphy, Paul Charles (problem) C.N. 8473
Morphy, Paul Charles (rare monograph by Vázquez, La odisea de Pablo Morphy en La Habana) C.N.s 4932, 6830
Morphy, Paul Charles (regarded by Golombek as perhaps the greatest player) C.N. 4620
Morphy, Paul Charles (views on; Freeborough, Lasker, Blackburne, Mieses, Paulsen, Maróczy, Rubinstein) KCK 389-391
Morphy against the Devil (picture by Moritz Retzsch) C.N.s 7363, 7386, 7399
Morphy and Blackmar KCK 153-154
Morphy and Fuller on checkers/draughts (with ‘Checkers is for tramps’ quote attributed to Morphy) C.N. 4425
Morphy and Murphy beer mat KCK 227-228; CFF 269 + C.N. 5068
Morphy book by Reinfeld and Soltis C.N. 3827
Morphy ‘the Pride and Sorrow of Chess’ (origins of epithet ascribed to Sheriff Spens) C.N.s 4053, 4403, 5204, 5223, 5735, 6469 (‘the pride and the sorrow of chess’)  + ‘The Pride and Sorrow of Chess’ feature article
Morphy’s alleged ‘bannière de Castille’ remarks KCK 321 + C.N. 5559
Morphy’s memory (Louisiana Civil Code) ACO 206; CFF 75 (quote from booklet by C.A. Buck)
Morphy (prodigy) news report C.N. 3684
Morphy v Anderssen match (Diggle on) C.N. 8448
Morphy v Bonford (and de la Campa v Farinas) CE 76; KCK 199 + C.N.s 7036, 7884 (not Burford)
Morphy v de Rivière pictures C.N.s 4164, 7604
Morphy v Guibert KCK 331 + C.N. 7979
Morphy v Harrwitz (second match-game) CFF 275
Morphy v Harrwitz (sixth match-game) C.N.s 6593, 6634
Morphy v Lichtenhein (‘A New Morphy Game?’) C.N. 7115
Morphy v Löwenthal (number of games played in 1850) KCK 325
Morphy v Paulsen (description) CFF 335-336
Morphy v Paulsen (long thought) C.N.s 4680, 4691
Morphy v Staunton (alleged offhand play) C.N. 5283
Morphy v Steinitz (erroneous report of games played) C.N. 5844
Morphy’s opera game KCK 80-81 (similarity of Hodges v Daniels game), 386; CFF 34-35  + C.N.s 4931 (chart showing mobility of units), 6582 (which opera?), 6740 (spelling of the Count’s name) + ‘Morphy v the Duke and Count’ feature article
Morra, Pierre C.N. 3953
Morrison v Capablanca ACO 355-356 + ‘Morrison v Capablanca, London, 1922’ feature article
Mortimer, James (rabbit quote) C.N. 6122
Mortimer, James (reminiscences of Morphy and Paris) CFF 218-220 + C.N. 4879 (information in British census)
Mortimer v Rosenthal match CFF 59-61
Mortimer’s trap ACO 132-133 + C.N. 4845
Mortlock v Wechsler CFF 61-62
Moscow, 1935 group photograph C.N.s 7266, 7286
Moscow, 1936 group photograph C.N.s 7289, 7301
Moscow Institute v Stanford University ACO 17
Moscow Marathon by J. Speelman and J. Tisdall ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Mosley, Oswald (chess against H.H. Asquith) C.N. 6920
Most prestigious line-up in a club team ACO 162
‘Most humorous position’ KCK 26
‘Most under-estimated chess writer’ (Lauterbach) CFF 338-339
Mouterde, Anatole CFF 181
Move order C.N. 8630
Moysey, J.E.D. C.N. 7223
Mozart of chess (nickname) C.N.s 7645, 7662
Müller, Heinrich C.N. 5751
Müller, Oscar Conrad C.N. 5970 (quotes from memoirs), 8377 (Diggle on)
Müller v Crane KCK 45
Müller v Grundy C.N. 5969
Multiple problems C.N.s 4301, 4305, 4320
Munich Olympiad, 1936 C.N.s 4371, 4377, 7601 + ‘The 1936 Munich Chess Olympiad’ feature article
Munich, 1941 (Alekhine on) CFF 314-316 + ‘Alekhine on Munich, 1941’ feature article
Muñoz, César C.N. 4657
Münz v Krejcik CE 40
Murder (claim by Keene to have solved case involving Colin English and Therese Clare Terry) ‘Cuttings’ feature article
Murderers CE 126-127 + C.N.s 3670, 3707, 5069, 5441, 5939 + ‘Chess and Murder’ feature article
Murray v Zukertort (1 e4 e5 2 h4) C.N. 6278
Murray, Harold James Ruthven CE 57 (game by) + CFF 199-200 + C.N.s 3642 (potted history of chess by), 4893, 5971, 5978, 6000 (letter about Philidor to A.J. Souweine), 6169 + ‘The Chess Historian H.J.R. Murray’ feature article
Murray v Hebert C.N. 8174
Murry, Arthur A. C.N. 8180
Murray v W.M.C. CE 57
Murray, Marian/Marion C.N.s 6561, 7070 (photograph of blindfold game with Marshall)
Murza/Marza, Mrs C.N. 7314
Music CFF 104-106 + C.N.s 3912, 8560 (Euwe march) + ‘Chess and Music’ feature article
Mutilated game-score C.N.s 4075, 4084, 4093
Myers, Hugh Edward (autobiographical information) C.N.s 635, 5909
Myers, Hugh Edward (praised by Euwe) C.N. 6031
Myers v Lim ‘Zugzwang’ feature article
My 60 Memorable Games by Fischer (Batsford edition) ACO 297-302 + C.N.s 3774, 3871, 3876, 6226, 6230, 6366 + ‘Fischer’s Fury’ feature article
My 60 Memorable Games by Fischer (ignored by Chess Review) C.N. 8226
My 60 Memorable Games by Fischer (mistranslations) CE 149 + C.N.s 7655, 7907, 8088 + ‘Fischer’s Fury’ feature article
My 60 Memorable Games by Fischer (question about the existence of an errata list) C.N. 5886
My 60 Memorable Games by Fischer (translations) C.N.s 3575, 3582, 3585, 3600
My System by Nimzowitsch (reprints and errata list) C.N.s 6237, 6245
My System by Nimzowitsch (origins and title) C.N. 7735
My System by Nimzowitsch (Dawson on) C.N. 8548
My System by Nimzowitsch (Purdy on) C.N. 8170
Mysterious rook move ‘The Australian Nimzowitsch’ feature article
Mystery picture/painting at the Manhattan Chess Club ACO 58
Myths ‘Chess Myths’ feature article
Na1 as concluding move CE 41
Nabokov, Vladimir (question regarding Дюсер) C.N.s 6202, 6259
Nabokov, Vladimir (The Luzhin Defense) C.N. 6852
Nagler, Alois C.N. 5535
Nadzhmetdinov, K. C.N.s 3755, 8105
Naegeli v Nimzowitsch ACO 90
Najdorf, Miguel (claim to have played against Winston Churchill and other political figures) C.N. 7689
Najdorf, Miguel (names and personal information on immigration cards) C.N. 8327
Najdorf, Miguel (comments about intuition) ACO 407
Najdorf, Miguel (lightning games against Tartakower) C.N. 4802
Najdorf v Che Guevara C.N.s 4803, 4809, 7656, 7671
Najdorf v Gliksberg (not v Sapira, Sapiro, Schapiro, Shapiro, Szapiro) C.N.s 7882, 7889, 7898 (Frenke) + ‘Najdorf against the French Defence’ feature article
Najdorf v Schweber KCK 19
Najdorf-Tinsley story C.N. 3799
Napier, William Ewart (quotations) ACO 414-417 + C.N. 5829 (on problems) + ‘The Chess Wit and Wisdom of W.E. Napier’ feature article
Napier on Tarrasch KCK 387
Napier v Janowsky KCK 58-59
Napoleon, Corvisart and Strode v Zukertort KCK 326
Nardus, Léonardus C.N.s 3715, 3726, 4600 (accusations of swindling and forgery), 4612, 4627, 5222, 5386, 5424, 5745, 6708, 6709, 6783 (game v Roething), 7104 (sketches of Hoffer, Breyer, Mieses, Loman and Olland at Scheveningen, 1913), 7145 (sketches of Janowsky, Alekhine and van Foreest) + ‘Léonardus Nardus’ feature article
Naroditsky, Daniel (analysis) C.N.s 7071, 7087
National championships (records for participation in) CFF 101 + C.N.s 5382, 5389
National titles (most) KCK 229
National titles (longest spread of victories) C.N.s 8141 (McKay), 8144 (Williams)
Nationalism CE 131 + ‘Patriotism, Nationalism, Jingoism and Racism in Chess’ feature article
Naumann, Frank Gustavus ACO 205-206
Nawab Sir Umar Hayat Khan (reception given by) C.N. 5602
Nazi Germany C.N. 5902 + ‘Chess: Hitler and Nazi Germany’ feature article
Necessary to lose hundreds of games (remark by Peachy and Capablanca) CFF 329
Négyesy v Hegyi CFF 7-8
Neimark, Celia ACO 79-80 + C.N.s 4385, 8463 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Nelson v Freundlich KCK 73-74
Nenarokov, Vladimir (withdrawal from St Petersburg, 1909) C.N. 6409
Neumann, Augustin CFF 27-28 (including games v Gregory, Meiners and Nimzowitsch)
Neumann v N.N. CE 18-19
Neustadtl v Valenta KCK 105
‘Never beaten a healthy opponent’ (remark attributed to Burn) KCK 322-323 + C.N. 4189
‘Never miss a check’ ACO 342  + C.N.s  6416, 6432 (Hector Rosenfeld)
‘Never resign just to show you can see your opponent’s threats’ C.N. 6884
New York Clipper (available on-line) C.N. 8473
New York State Championship Tournament, Hamilton, 1939 (photograph) C.N. 6992
New York, 1857 photograph C.N.s 3828, 4780
New York, 1857 pictures C.N.s 7393, 7394
New York, 1886 (handicap tournament) C.N. 6450
New York, 1889 (criticism of draws in Chigorin v Weiss play-off) C.N. 7835
New York, 1889 (pen portraits) C.N.s 5696, 5711
New York, 1911 (photograph) C.N. 7871
New York, 1915 (photograph) C.N.s 5742, 5753, 5770, 6921 + ‘New York 1915: A Chess Photograph’ feature article
New York, 1924 (article by Nunnally Johnson) C.N.s 6881, 6904
New York, 1924 (quick organization, and pairing system) C.N.s 6608, 6631 (Hastings, 1895)
New York, 1924 tournament book KCK 283 + C.N.s 5414, 5954, 5955
New York, 1927 (banquet) C.N. 8441
New York, 1927 (non-participation of Lasker and Lasker v Lederer controversy) C.N.s 6738, 6744
New York, 1927 (photographs) C.N.s 7602, 7957 (misidentification)
New York, 1931 (accounts/budget) C.N. 8252
New York, 1936 (autographs) C.N. 7946
New York, 1936 (group photograph of US championship) C.N. 7463
N for knight C.N.s 4503, 4513
Nice, 1925 group photographs C.N.s 3989, 8235
Nice, 1930 group photograph C.N. 5319
Nicholas II, Tsar KCK 315-316; ACO 177-178 + C.N. 5144
Niemzowitsch, Benno (Benjamin) ACO 26 + C.N. 6727
Niemzowitsch v Neumann KCK 52
Nimzo-Indian Defence (terminology) CFF 73 + C.N. 7677
Nimzowitsch, Aron (‘Alekhine treats us like patzers’ at Bled, 1931) C.N.s 6684, 6695, 7180 (remark at San Remo, 1930)
Nimzowitsch, Aron (and Hans Frank) C.N. 5547
Nimzowitsch, Aron (Aron Nimzowitsch On the Road to Chess Mastery, 1886-1924 by P. Skjoldager and J.E. Nielsen) C.N.s 3506, 6727, 7108, 7310, 7751
Nimzowitsch, Aron (at Carlsbad, 1929; Nigel Short on) C.N. 7749
Nimzowitsch, Aron (birth-date) C.N.s 1894, 1931, 2879, 3506, 7831
Nimzowitsch, Aron (blindfold games) C.N. 4685
Nimzowitsch, Aron (calisthenics and broken leg anecdotes) C.N.s 5548, 5552, 5572 (book by J.P. Müller), 5581 (Müller and Botvinnik), 7735 (Nimzowitsch and Müller), 7748 (Nimzowitsch and Müller)
Nimzowitsch, Aron (correspondence games) C.N. 4671
Nimzowitsch, Aron (‘Crown Prince’ and visiting card) CFF 293-295 + C.N.s 4248, 6707 (‘Candidate’ marked on apartment door) + ‘Nimzowitsch the ‘Crown Prince’’ feature article
Nimzowitsch, Aron (game by father, S. Niemzowitsch) KCK 52
Nimzowitsch, Aron (invention by) C.N.s 6515, 6540
Nimzowitsch, Aron (journey from Zurich to Copenhagen) C.N. 7644
Nimzowitsch, Aron (mate-in-three composition) C.N.s 6696, 6700, 6706
Nimzowitsch, Aron (nineteenth-century games) C.N.s 3859, 5276
Nimzowitsch, Aron (photograph at demonstration board) C.N. 5130
Nimzowitsch, Aron (photograph circa 1916) C.N. 7108
Nimzowitsch, Aron (photographs of places of residence in Copenhagen) C.N.s 4307, 7646
Nimzowitsch, Aron (photographs at Copenhagen, 1934) C.N.s 5478, 5482, 5484
Nimzowitsch, Aron (Purdy on) C.N. 4529
Nimzowitsch, Aron (quotes from Carlsbad, 1929 book) CE 236-237
Nimzowitsch, Aron (Reinfeld on) C.N. 5006
Nimzowitsch, Aron (Short on) C.N. 1199
Nimzowitsch, Aaron (signature in Cyrillic script) C.N. 7844
Nimzowitsch, Aron (spelling of his surname) CE 271; KCK 204-205
Nimzowitsch, Aron (tribute by Alekhine in Skakbladet) C.N. 5275
Nimzowitsch, Aron (‘Why must I lose to this idiot’ story) C.N.s 5019, 6718, 8420
Nimzowitsch, Aron (‘Zuerst hemmen, dann blockieren und schließlich vernichten’/‘First restrain, next blockade, lastly destroy’) C.N. 5557
Nimzowitsch and Tarrasch described as nineteenth-century masters KCK 268-269 + C.N. 4823 (similar descripton of Lasker, Capablanca and Alekhine)
Nimzowitsch v Alapin (‘The Pride of the Family’) C.N.s 6784, 6789, 6799, 6822, 6835, 7568, 8451 + ‘Nimzowitsch v Alapin’ feature article
Nimzowitsch v Behting C.N. 6823
Nimzowitsch v Capablanca C.N. 5461
Nimzowitsch v Gemzøe CFF 331-332 + ‘A Nimzowitsch Story’ feature article
Nimzowitsch v Hofer (or Hoffer) C.N.s 5604, 5610, 8392
Nimzowitsch v Koch ACO 113
Nimzowitsch v Marshall C.N. 7310
Nimzowitsch v Rosit CFF 20
Nimzowitsch v Sistemsson/Systemsson (parody by Kmoch) C.N. 4772
Nimzowitsch v Weenink (fainting lady) C.N. 8337
Nimzowitsch v Zimmermann ACO 90
Nimzowitsch Defence (early use of name) C.N. 3713
Nimzowitsch Defence (false statement by Schiller regarding alleged book by Westerinen) KCK 270-271, 373-374
Nimzo-Indian Defence CE 97-98; ACO 168 (first Nimzowitsch victory as Black); CFF 58-59 (early occurrence) + C.N.s 4974 (origins of the Sämisch Variation), 4981 (origins of the Sämisch Variation), 5682 (early instance of the Sämisch Variation)
Nimzo-Indian Defence (invention of term) C.N. 3712
Nineteenth-century photograph C.N. 6664
Nineteenth-century skirmish (Quaade Gambit game ascribed to Taylor, McCutcheon, Bird, Brech and Renold) C.N.s 8573, 8577, 8587, 8589, 8597 + ‘A Chess Gamelet’ feature article
Nissl v Tarrasch CE 73-74
Nixon, Richard (envelope signed by) C.N. 7492
N.N. v Beis KCK 267
N.N. v O. Bernstein C.N. 4526
N.N. v Bruening C.N. 4638
N.N. v Burn CFF 3-4, C.N.s 4455, 6010
N.N. v Chigorin ACO 106
N.N. (Colborne + ally?) v Blackburne C.N.s 7577, 7593
N.N. v Crépeaux C.N.s 7376, 7381
N.N. v de Visser KCK 110
N.N. (or General M.) v Dubois C.N. 7305
N.N. v Du Mont C.N. 7385
N.N. v Finn C.N. 6176
N.N. v Otto Junge KCK 30
N.N. v Kevitz (odds game) C.N. 8119
N.N. v Kieseritzky KCK 32-33
N.N. v Mieses KCK 30
N.N. v Mitropolsky KCK 112-113
N.N. v Morphy C.N. 7408
N.N. v Napier ACO 199 + ‘The Rubinstein Trap’ feature article
N.N. v Nimzowitsch ACO 49 + C.N.s 6962, 6969, 7105
N.N. v N.N. (Yugoslavia, 1949) C.N. 6287
N.N. v Präger ACO 49
N.N. v Rees C.N. 7248
N.N. v Sormann ACO 201
N.N. v Tendering (two games) ACO 120-121
N.N. v van Foreest KCK 77-78
N.N. v White ACO 16
N.N. v Znosko-Borovsky (Dundee, 1930) C.N.s 6809, 6810
N.N. v Zybin KCK 199-200
Noah’s Ark Trap ACO 340; CFF 269
‘No-one ever won a game by resigning’ ACO 345; CFF 337
No Regrets (Seirawan and Stefanovic) C.N. 8225
Norman v Michell C.N. 4974
Norman Hansen v Tartakower ACO 75
Norris v Marriott KCK 114
Norton, Frank ACO 366; CFF 222-224 (including games v D.P. Norton and Jerome) + C.N. 7078 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Norwood v Tholfsen CFF 51
Notation (abbreviations for knight; poem by D.J. Morgan) ‘Chess Morganisms’ feature article
Notation (numerical) C.N. 6834
Noteboom, Daniël C.N. 4352
Notes on the life of Howard Staunton by John Townsend C.N. 7038
Nottingham, 1886 C.N.s 8168, 8171
Nottingham, 1936 C.N.s 4935 (photographs), 6162, 6163, 7102 (Diggle on last round), 8161 (time-limit), 8162 (time-limit and Tartakower v Capablanca), 8165 (audio and newsreel material), 8166 (Tartakower’s journey), 8167 (Tartakower v Capablanca), 8195 (sketch on cover of Spanish tournament book) + ‘Photographs of Nottingham, 1936’ feature article
Novarro, Ramon KCK 331; CFF 108
Novels by grandmasters C.N. 5466
Novosibirsk v Saratov CE 34
Novotny and Plachutta themes in practical play C.N.s 7730, 7734
Nowarra, Heinz C.N.s 5354, 5360
Howarra v Galgan ACO 40
Nuclear chess (article by John Strachey) C.N. 4745
Nuevo Ensayo de Bibliografía Española de Ajedrez 1238-1938 C.N. 7868
Nugent v Black ACO 204
Nunn, John C.N.s 4218, 8101 (Jimmy Nunn/Dimmy Adams), 8196 (choice of influential books)
Nuremberg, 1896 (group photographs) C.N. 7570
Nursery rhyme (Tinker, tailor, solider, sailor) C.N. 5322
Obituaries (brief) CE 134; KCK 171-172
Obituaries (premature) ACO 314, 322-325 + C.N.s 6836, 6901 (Steinitz) + ‘Chess and Untimely Death Notices’ feature article
Obvious move spurned ACO 127-128
Oddly placed bishops ACO 63-64
Odds (proposal by Horatio Bolton) C.N. 5629
Odds (six moves by White before Black plays) CE 39-40
Odds game (White mates on move two) C.N. 5858
Odds games (opening names) C.N.s 8103, 8107
Odson v Arnold KCK 5-6
Oei Kang Ing and Liem Tjoe Bo v Kostić ACO 127
Ogle, Christopher (Capablanca-Alekhine anecdote) CFF 106 + C.N. 6956
O’Keefe, Jack (death) C.N. 5708
Olafsson v Gunnarsson CFF 40 + ‘The Chess Seesaw’ feature article
Old chess pieces, sets and boards (highest prices paid) C.N. 4407
Oldenburg, 1946 C.N. 7555
Old masters v new KCK 222
Old opening assessments CE 90-92 + C.N.s 6788 (Sicilian Defence), 6984 (Marshall and the French Defence) + ‘Old Opening Assessments’ feature article
Old stories ACO 201
Oliveira and Kiss v Réti and Vianna ACO 103 + ‘The Chess Seesaw’ feature article
Oliver Gambit KCK 154
Olivera v Fleurquin (suggestion by Alekhine) C.N. 7200
‘Once’ CFF 243-244, C.N. 4133 + ‘Chess Anecdotes’ feature article
‘Once’ (player ‘once’ defeated Frank Marshall ‘twice’) CE 154
One Hundred Chess Endings by Niharendu Sikdar ACO 333-334
On-line archives (chess magazines and newspaper columns) C.N.s 7615, 7635 + ‘Chess History Research On-Line’ feature article
Opatija, 1912 (group photograph) C.N.s 7857, 7863
Opatija, 1953 (photograph and signatures) C.N.s 6454, 6483 + ‘Chess Photograph and Signatures’ feature article
Opening fashions ACO 369-370
Opening rarities (1 e4 by Grünfeld and 1 d4 by Chigorin) CE 94
Opening repertoire (broadest) KCK 386
Openings (chart of game results) C.N. 7627
Opposition and diagonal opposition (origin of terms) C.N.s 6869, 6905, 6918, 6946 (Chapais manuscript)
Opočenský v Hromádka combination C.N. 3513
Original combinations KCK 209; ACO 64-65, 85 + C.N. 4159
Orchard v Orchard CFF 42-43
Orchard v Thomson KCK 148-149
Orgeta v Barreras CE 58
Orton v Marshall ACO 7-74
Ortueta, Martín (photograph) C.N. 4281
Ortueta v Sanz C.N.s 8153, 8158
Orwell, George C.N. 4197
Oskam, Gerard C.A. (photographs) C.N. 6343, 7899
Oskam v Marshall ACO 181
Oslo, 1936 C.N. 7411
Ostend, 1906 (signed photograph) C.N.s 6659, 6667
Ostrogsky, Vladimir CFF 116
Osyky/Osiky C.N. 6024
Over and out ACO 304-308 + ‘Over and Out’ feature article
Over-refinement ACO 50
Ownership of the world title (Levy on) CFF 254
Own piece captured KCK 291-292; CFF 241
Oxford Companion to Chess, The CE 211
Oxford-Cambridge photographs C.N. 7470
Ozols, Karlis KCK 246-254 (including games v Hasenfuss, Purdy, Zile, Reintals,Berzzarins, Andreasson, Sarapu, Koshnitsky, Weber, Kotov, Donnelly); CFF 258-259 (birth-date) + C.N.s 5393, 7581 (correspondence postcards) + ‘War Crimes’ feature article
Pachman, Luděk (reminiscences by Barden) C.N. 7668
Pachman-Bohatirchuk dispute CFF 154-160  + C.N. 4308 + ‘Pachman, Bohatirchuk and Politics’ feature article
Pachman v Doda ACO 60-61; CFF 5
Pachman v Hromádka C.N. 6050
Paine, Thomas and Robespierre (story) C.N.s 6361, 6374
Painting by Antti Favén C.N.s 3770, 4277, 4420, 4427
Paintings by Sándor Badacsonyi C.N. 6401
Palau, Luis (illustration by Voellmy) C.N. 5058
Palau v Najdorf CE 81
Pal Benko My Life, Games and Compositions by Pal Benko and Jeremy Silman C.N.s 3933, 4022
Palevich v Lebelt KCK 20-21
Palmer v Euwe KCK 62
Palmetto Gambit (1 e4 e5 2 f4 exf4 3 g3) KCK 148-149
Pandolfini, Bruce on Horowitz KCK 267
Paradoxical positions C.N.s 4424 (Fischer), 4429 (Stean)
Paris Opening (1 Nh3) CE 88-89, 102 + C.N. 6322
Parodies/spoofs (games) C.N.s 4772, 4773, 4842 (Marshall v Nimzowitsch)
Partida de ajedrez, La (Rubinstein book) KCK 308; CFF 277
Partos, Julius C.N.s 7054, 7061
Partos v Fine C.N. 7054
Pasadena, 1932 group photographs C.N.s 5543, 8064
Pasadena, 1932 tournament book and letter from Capablanca) C.N. 7389
Passed pawn (definition) ACO 51
Passenger lists C.N.s 8219 (liners to the United Kingdom), 8327 (arrivals in Buenos Aires)
Passing (in simultaneous displays) C.N. 4958
Paston letters C.N. 6622
Patron saint of chess ACO 142
Paul Keres Chess Master Class by I. Neishtadt ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Paul Morphy and the Evolution of Chess Theory by Macon Shibut KCK 351-352
Paul Morphy: Confederate Spy by Stan Vaughan C.N.s 6919, 7427
Paulsen, Amalie CFF 215-216 (including three games v W. Paulsen)
Paulsen, Louis (alleged game with four en passant captures) CFF 98-99
Paulsen, Louis on Morphy (report by Mieses) KCK 390-391
Paulsen, Louis (‘probably the greatest player of the day’) C.N. 7777
Paulsen v Morphy C.N. 7120
Paulsen v P.A. Saburov CFF 33
Paulsen, W. v Berger C.N. 6265
Pawnence C.N. 8561 + ‘Unusual Chess Words’ feature article
Pawn ending (analysis by Alexander and Purdy) C.N. 5479
Pawn ending (Prokopchuk/Pomar) C.N. 3611
Pawn in Frankincense by Dorothy Dunnett (The Chess Game in the Seraglio) C.N. 5271
Pawn moves only in opening KCK 67-68
‘Pawns are not picked up in the street’ (Löwe/Lowe) C.N. 7522
Pawns (box of four) C.N. 8519
Peak age CE 127
Pearl of Zandvoort C.N. 6683
Penn, Richard (maxims and hints) ACO 412-413
Pen portraits + ‘Chess Pen Portraits’ feature article
Penrose, Jonathan (caricature) C.N.s 4818, 6785 (or Bruno Parma)
Penrose, Jonathan (photograph) C.N. 7015
Penrose v Fischer (photograph) C.N. 5818
People’s Chess Book, The CFF 72
Pérez v Alekhine (two games) KCK 44-45
Pérez v Najdorf KCK 281-283
Pérez Mendoza v Henneberg KCK 204
‘Perfect game’ (Atkins v Barry) ACO 142-143 + C.N. 7306 (should a perfect game end in a draw?)
Perlasca v N.N. KCK 24
Perpetual check (by two bishops) ACO 126-127
Perpetual check (‘double-perpetual’) C.N.s 5647, 5957
Perpetual check or stalemate ACO 54
Perrin, Harold C.N. 6444
Perry v Croy KCK 126 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Persinger, Louis ACO 129-130 + C.N. 3912
Persinger v Oistrakh ACO 129
Pešaci – duša šaha by B. Šašin C.N. 4807
Pestic v Bernstein CE 60-61
Pet moves CE 104 + ‘Pet Moves in Chess’ feature article
Peterson, Philip (trick photograph) C.N. 6040
Petroff Defence (3 Nxe5 Nxe4) CE 94; CFF 57
Petrosian, Tigran (book by O’Kelly) C.N.s 5470, 5486
Petrosian, Tigran (claim by Spassky about his wealth) C.N. 4619
Petrosian, Tigran (photograph) C.N. 6702
Petrosian, Tigran (quip during Karpov v Korchnoi match) CE 232; C.N. 8410
Petrosian, Tigran (Shekhtman book) KCK 337-339 + ‘Petrosian’s Games’ feature article
Petrosian v Botvinnik (sealed move incident) C.N.s 7141, 7146
Petrosian v Carr C.N.s 5239, 5260
Petrosian’s Legacy C.N. 5675
Petrovs, Vladimirs (Petrov, Vladimir) C.N. 7042
Phelan, Jim (‘chessplayer-tramp’) C.N.s 5062, 5066, 5085, 8528, 8581 + ‘Convict, Vagabond and Chessplayer’ feature article
Philadelphia v London cable match, 1931 (photograph) C.N. 4182
Philidor, André Danican (alleged picture) C.N.s 3431, 3448
Philidor, André Danican (book by Sergio Boffa) C.N. 6868
Philidor, André Danican (correspondence) CFF 320
Philidor, André Danican (date of death) C.N. 6005
Philidor, André Danican (London newspaper announcement of blindfold séance) C.N. 5299
Philidor, André Danican (remark about pawns being the soul of chess) C.N.s 5560, 5762, 5826, 7745
Philidor, André Danican (remark about White winning) C.N. 5887
Philidor, André Danican (‘supposed to be the best chessplayer in the world’, according to Richard Lambe)  C.N. 4369
Philidor chess men C.N.s 3446, 3591, 3652, 7757
Phillips v Fazekas CFF 56
Phillips, Harold Meyer (photograph) C.N. 8549
Phillips v Pillsbury KCK 69-70
Phillips, Hubert C.N.s 3551, 3555, 3576 + ‘The Chess-loving Puzzle-master’ feature article
Photograph at Purkersdorf Sanatorium C.N. 5815
Photograph captions (erroneous) C.N. 6049
Photograph collection (Österreichische Nationalbibliothek) C.N. 6369
Photograph (Fritz Kreisler and Ernest Schelling) C.N. 6936
Photograph mystery (George Marks) C.N.s 2581, 3820, 4224, 4243
Photograph of J.N. Babson and W.H.K. Pollock C.N. 8484
Photograph of Lasker, Chigorin and Blackburne C.N. 5509
Photograph of Shinkman, Wurzburg and Gold C.N. 6158
Photographic agencies and other archive collections ‘Chess History: Photograph Collections’ feature article
Photographs (Alekhine, Bogoljubow, Junge, etc. at Munich, 1942) C.N.s 6393, 6398, 6433
Photographs (Alekhine, Euwe, Pomar, Sultan Khan, etc. in the Illustrated London News) C.N. 7490
Photographs at Süddeutsche Zeitung Photo website C.N. 7784
Photographs (Eliskases, Pirc and Spielmann) C.N.s 6131, 6136 (Pirc)
Photographs (Gleb Zakhodyakin and E.N. Somov-Nasimovich) C.N.s 7451, 7484 (Zakhodyakin)
Photographs (Gunsberg, Pillsbury and Lasker, published by Henri Delaire) C.N. 7429
Photographs in Amsterdam archives C.N. 5084
Photographs (Memory of the Netherlands website) C.N. 7336
Photographs (Nimzowitsch and Réti) C.N.s 5933, 5938
Photographs (reversed) C.N.s 7860, 7866 (Stefanova)
Photographs (Rosenthal and Janowsky) C.N. 6137
Photographs (touched up) C.N. 3901
Photographs (similar) C.N.s 5372 (Tolstoy; New York, 1924; Carlsbad, 1929), 5405 (Reshevsky and Khrushchev), 6709 (Carlsbad, 1929)
Photographs (unusual) C.N. 4119 (Edouard Pape on Eiffel Tower) C.N. 4119
Piatigorsky, Gregor/Jacqueline C.N.s 5432, 5436, 5443, 6200, 6224, 6244, 6261, 8051, 8109 + ‘Chess: Jacqueline and Gregor Piatigorsky’ feature article
Picabia v Roché (game beginning with 1 h4) C.N. 7192
Pictures of Capablanca and Alekhine (Buenos Aires, 1927) C.N. 4814
Pieces (with heads of the opposite colour) C.N.s 6611, 6661, 6674, 6675
Pierce v Nash CFF 14
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (ancestry ) C.N. 4397
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (books about) C.N. 4104
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (Chernev quote on combinations) C.N. 5960
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (‘Chess is what you see’) C.N.s 7122, 7126
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (death) CE 261 + C.N. 4948, 5164 (comparison with coverage of death of the racehorse Sysonby), 5576 (reports on syphilis)
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (description of and quotes by) CFF 328-329
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (description of blindfold play) KCK 203-204
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (discovery of mate in five) C.N. 8333
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (games in the Washington Times) C.N. 5158
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (games v Blumenfeld, Lampert and Nisnijewitsch; Feldmann, Januschpolsky and Siegfried; Bernstein, Cohn and Heilmann) CFF 52-53
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (group photograph with McDonnell) C.N. 7611
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (in hospital) CE 261 + C.N.s 4018, 5158, 7121, 7571 + ‘Pillsbury’s Torment’ feature article
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (memory) CFF 185-186
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (on Hastings, 1895) C.N. 7760
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (passport application) C.N. 6267
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (place of birth: Somerville, and not Sommerville or Summerville) C.N. 7358
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (problems by) C.N. 3751
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (phrenological study) C.N. 5761
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (reminscences by Edward M. Weeks) C.N. 7371
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (Sherlock Holmes) C.N. 5257
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (sketches) C.N. 7877
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (umbrella incident) C.N.s 5209, 7648
Pillsbury on castling ACO 414
Pillsbury on the strongest openings and on waiting moves C.N. 4202
Pillsbury’s brain ACO 353-354
Pillsbury’s last game KCK 269
Pillsbury’s poverty ACO 237-238
Pillsbury’s wife (Mary Ellen Bush) C.N.s 4246, 5576, 8458
Pillsbury on Cambridge Springs, 1904 CFF 328
Pillsbury on Chigorin and Lasker KCK 395 + C.N. 4165
Pillsbury on chessplaying qualities C.N. 4165
Pillsbury’s single bishop mate CFF 261-262
Pillsbury v Bliss KCK 68-69
Pillsbury v Edwards C.N. 4904
Pillsbury v Fernández C.N. 7407
Pillsbury v Haller CFF 44
Pillsbury v Hymes KCK 269
Pillsbury v Jaffe CFF 1
Pillsbury v Lee C.N. 5772
Pillsbury v Lyman KCK 69-70
Pillsbury v Shinkman CFF 4-5
Pillsbury v von Zehn CE 46-47
Pillsbury v Wendell CFF 285
Pillsbury National Correspondence Chess Association pamphlet C.N. 8002
Pillsbury’s mate C.N. 5772
Pilnik, Herman C.N.s 6926, 6927
Pilnik v Fischer (My 60 Memorable Games) C.N. 6926
Pin CE 35-36 (illustrative game); CFF 133
‘Pin is mightier than the sword, The’ C.N.s 3599, 3625, 4313, 7799
Pindar, Eduard, Book on C.N. 3655
Pineda, Cesar L. (books by) C.N. 8019
Pirc v Flohr (bishop v knight endgame) KCK 37-28
Pires, A.M., Pires, C.A., de Moura, da Costa, Lupi, Neves and Reis v Alekhine C.N. 8349
Place v N.L CFF 4
Platt, Charles C.N.s 3504, 3511, 4253
Planning (Marshall quote: ‘A bad plan is better than none at all’) KCK 383
Plaskett v Clement Gómez (mate with knights) C.N. 5400
Platz v Noderer (1 e4 and 22 e4) C.N. 690
Playboy (June 1956) C.N. 5232
Playing White and Black (Abrahams on) C.N. 8194
Playing style (description) C.N. 7965 (Fenton)
Play Like a Grandmaster (by Suetin) ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Plymouth, 1938 (illustrations, including Alekhine) C.N. 7612
Podhorzer v Keres KCK 307-308
Podpłomyk v Rubinstein CFF 50-51
Poe, Edgar Allan C.N.s 5339, 5374 + ‘Edgar Allan Poe and Chess’ feature article
Poetry CE 116-117; KCK 197-198, 255; ACO 205, 388-389, 396, 401, 410; CFF 273, 319, 322  + C.N.s 4961, 5112 (Bland), 5137 (acrostic on Gunsberg), 5183 (Fealy), 5254 (Pierce), 5456 (Hannah Bryant Hazeltine), 5569 (Roger Woddis on Fischer), 5803 (A Selection of Poems by Veritas), 6124 (Amy Lowell and Robert Lowell), 6294 (Edward Smedley), 6376 (William MacStravick Stenhouse), 7936 (José Camino Nessi, with miniature game ascribed to Morphy), 7944 (Berger), 8037  (‘Life is like a game of chess’) + ‘Anthony E. Santasiere’ feature article + ‘Lord Dunsany’ feature article + ‘Rupert Brooke and Chess’ feature article + ‘Chess and Poetry’ feature article
Poetry of chess (description of problems) C.N.s 5223, 5290, 5347, 6502
Poisoned pawn (earliest use of term) C.N. 6461
Pokorny, Rudolph (challenger of Capablanca) KCK 329-330 + C.N.s 5196, 5288 + ‘The Capablanca-Pokorny Fiasco’ feature article
Pokorny v Sandoval KCK 329-330 + ‘The Capablanca-Pokorny Fiasco’ feature article
Pokorný v Mikulka ACO 194 + ‘The Rubinstein Trap’ feature article
Polgár, I. v Trapl KCK 76-77
Polgar, J. v Angelova (and ‘Levchenkov-Eganian, USSR, 1978’) C.N. 8111
Polgar, J. v Sofia Polgar (1987 game in television studio) CE 73
Polish Defence (1...b5) C.N.s 4014, 4032
‘Polish Immortal, The’ (Glucksberg/Gliksberg v Najdorf) KCK 306; CFF 282-283 + C.N.s 3615, 5490 (Johansson v Nilsson) + 6388, 6408 + ‘The Polish Immortal’ feature article
Polland v Kashdan C.N. 7754
Pollock, William Henry Krause ACO 227-233  (including games v Tinsley, Mortimer, Hvistendahl, Pearson, Lee, Rumboll, N.N., J. Morphy, Kemper, Moehle and Steinitz) + C.N. 8484 + ‘A Chess Idealist’ feature article
Pollock, William Henry Krause (archive material) C.N. 6134
Pollock on Max Judd KCK 396
Pollock v Gibbons ACO 72
Pomar, Arturo ACO 114-116 + C.N. 3988 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Pomar, Arturo (and Francisco Franco) C.N.s 5736, 5801
Pomar, Arturo (birth-date given as 31 September 1931) ACO 325
Pomar, Arturo (photograph at simultaneous exhibition) C.N. 5625
Pomar, Arturo (photographs with Ossip Bernstein at London, 1946) C.N.s 6573, 6584, 6589 (cartoon by Vicky), 6609, 6978 (Pathé film report), 7792 (Bernstein identified as Mieses)
Pomar, Arturo (video report) C.N. 8201
Pomar v Pedrol ACO 114
Pomar v Pérez C.N. 7881
Ponce-Sala v Parpal (game reminiscent of Adams v Torre) CE 29 + C.N. 5817
Ponziani Opening (articles on) C.N. 7941
Popel, Stephan Anthony C.N. 7825
Popert C.N.s 7364, 7368
Popcorn Opening C.N.s 4383, 4433
Poplawski v Muffang ACO 79 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
“Popular” Handbook of Chess by ‘Professor de Lyons Pike’ CE 144-145; ACO 136; CFF 245 + C.N. 5643
Porath v Larsen C.N. 5512
Portius, Karl Julius Simon (picture) C.N. 8531
Portuguese Opening ACO 142
Post v Kottnauer C.N. 8160
Postage stamps ACO 311; CFF 254 + C.N.s 3680, 3681, 6199, 6221, 6243
Postal game used in ‘Checkmate’ (episode of The Prisoner by Patrick McGoohan) C.N.s 8143, 8146, 8150 (Lie v Desler), 8234 + ‘Chess and The Prisoner’ feature article
Postcards C.N.s 4212 (Richard Benjamin collection), 4229, 4758, 6759 (stationery of masters), 6818 (J. Rotgans), 6899, 7444
Posters and advertisements C.N.s 7513, 7524 (The Apple Cart by George Bernard Shaw), 7533
Post-mortem analysis C.N. 7761
Post v N.N. CFF 9-10
Postnikov, Dmitri C.N. 7207
Potter, William Norwood C.N.s 4554 (Diggle on), 4844 (Potter on Staunton, Harrwitz and Buckle), 5936 (photograph), 7741 (on Cecil de Vere)
Pouring pieces (Bird/Steinitz/Potter) C.N. 6554
Poverty ‘Chess and Poverty’ feature article
Practical value of chess (Walker and Lasker on) KCK 384
Prague, 1931 (photograph of US team and misidentification of woman as Vera Menchik) C.N. 6154
Prague, 1931 (photograph of young masters) C.N.s 6734, 6739
Pratt, Peter (nephew who was a chess prodigy) C.N. 4765
Pre-chess quotes (Aristotle, Confucius) C.N.s 4005, 4013, 5655
Precocity ACO 143
Predictions CE 128-129; KCK 241, 391; ACO 143-144, 205; CFF 316, 334 + C.N.s 3561, 3746, 4228, 4648 (Capablanca v Alekhine match), 4649 (no return match between Capablanca and Alekhine), 4990, 5116 (Capablanca v Alekhine match), 5117 (Capablanca v Alekhine match), 5338 (Capablanca v Alekhine match), 5665 (Capablanca v Alekhine match), 5681 (Byrne on Spassky v Fischer), 6257 (Spassky v Fischer), 6262 (Spassky v Fischer), 7953 (Spielmann on the Euwe v Alekhine match)
Price war (books of Walker and Lewis) CFF 67
Prime ministers ACO 207-210 + C.N. 3727
Prince notation C.N. 4546
Prins v Soultanbéieff C.N. 6258
Prisons C.N.s 4508, 4519
Pritchard, David and Elaine (photograph) C.N. 7766
Prizes, Unusual ACO 158; CFF 91, 109-110
Problems by players CE 18 (Janowsky), 184-185 (Pillsbury); KCK 3 (Alapin), 10 (Reshevsky), 11 (Pomar), 41-42 (Euwe); ACO 19 (Keres), 28 (Lasker), 29 (Schlechter), 37 (Zukertort), 38-39 (Koltanowski), 52 (Bogoljubow); CFF 8 (Bird), 11 (Lasker) + C.N.s 3765 (Marshall), 3790 (Kashdan), 3809 (Milner-Barry), 3831 (Kashdan), 3862 (Bird), 4022 (Benko), 4042 (Zukertort), 4417 (Zukertort), 4699 (Milner-Barry), 5141 (Morphy), 6696 (Nimzowitsch), 6700 (Nimzowitsch), 6706 (Nimzowitsch), 6731 (Lasker), 6750 (jointly composed by Wood and Ritson Morry)
Problem by Waterbury (mate in 11 moves to nine kings simultaneously) C.N.s 7618, 7631
Problem-solving competition (Hastings, 1895) C.N. 8039
Problem themes in play C.N. 4228
Problems (selection by McDowell) ‘Chess Problems’ feature article
‘Problems are the air castles of the chessboard’ C.N. 7849
Problems published by Daniel R. Brooks (attempting to trace his lost father) C.N.s 7958, 7959
Problems (difficult) ACO 7-13 + C.N. 8006 + ‘Steinitz Stuck and Capa Caught’ feature article
Prochazka v Wattenwil and Geiler C.N. 8640
Prodigies CE 52-56; KCK 129-140; ACO 76-80, 98, 114-116; CFF 27, 222-225 + C.N.s 3426, 3812, 3850, 3860, 3873, 3881, 4001, 4613 (problem composers), 4874, 4875, 6148, 6639 (Hyman Helfman), 6755 (Robert Thomas Moore), 7024 (Russian book by Gik), 7222 (Abie Solomon), 7233 (Ralph Zaak), 7322 (Hudson), 7505 (Mervyn Stewart) + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article + ‘Chess: Prodigies, Philosophy and Mathematics’ feature article
Profession (chessplayer) ACO 372
Prokofiev, Sergei  ACO 213-214 (reminiscences by Olga Capablanca, and photograph of Prokofiev playing chess with Oistrakh), CFF 109-110 (at St Petersburg, 1914) + C.N. 4913 (reminiscences by Botvinnik), 4925 (diary entry on St Petersburg, 1914), 4926, 4927, 4928, 4946, 6063, 7394 + ‘Sergei Prokofiev and Chess’ feature article
Promotion (combination) C.N.s 8623, 8626 (‘Dorash’), 8627 (Dorasil)
Promotion only to captured piece (rule in Mexico) C.N. 7036
Promotion to knight without check KCK 18-21; ACO 49 + C.N.s 7418 (Herland/Fritz/Geiger), 7435, 8124
Proverbs C.N.s 3587, 4498, 6829, 8037, 8398, 8407, 8455 + ‘Chess Proverbs’ feature article
Przepiórka, Dawid (A. Goldstein on) C.N. 6618
Przepiórka, Dawid (death) CE 259; ACO 287 + C.N.s 6618, 7181, 7182, 8266 (Mistrz Przepiorka)
Przepiórka v Dominik ACO 18
Przepiórka v Taubenhaus (untraceable brilliancy) C.N. 5768
Psychology C.N. 7931 (article by Tartakower) + ‘Chess and Psychology’ feature article
Publisher misspells own name KCK 288
Pulitzer, Walter (composition) KCK 41 + C.N. 8320 + ‘Steinitz Stuck and Capa Caught’ feature article
Pulitzer, Walter (biography, including date of birth) C.N. 8321
Pulitzer, Walter (That Duel at the Château Marsanac) C.N. 8340
Punctuation (in game-score) CE 116; KCK 380-381; ACO 146; CFF 255 + C.N.s 4330, 4335, 4342, 7954
Purdy, Cecil John Seddon CE 234-235, 246, 271 (birth-date) + C.N. 4924 (birth-date)
Purdy on Kostić ACO 418
Purdy on Kotov and Flohr as writers C.N. 4595
Purdy v Crowl CE 83-84
Purdy v Sarapu C.N. 4031
Pure mate C.N.s 4175, 4188, 6648, 6660
Puzzles CFF 71-72 + C.N.s 3530, 3536, 3537, 3548, 3549, 3551, 3555, 3565, 3596, 3614, 3633, 3644, 3663, 3678, 3679, 4075, 4084, 4093, 4923 + ‘Chess Puzzles’ feature article
P-K4 (1845 comment on) C.N. 6304
Queen and knight ACO 200-201 + C.N. 5748
Queen ending (Neumann) CE 18-20
Queen sacrifice (Chepmell on) CE 129
Queen sacrifice, Earliest CFF 62
Queen sacrifice on g3 or g6 and players named Fox KCK 214-219; CFF 11-12 + C.N.s 3773, 4409, 4415 + ‘The Fox Enigma’ feature article
Queen sacrifices (consecutive, simultaneous, unusual, etc.) KCK 11-12, ACO 15-16, 62-63 + C.N.s 4826, 4861 (Pachman v Timman), 7044
Queen trapped early in game C.N.s 3579, 3589, 5689
Queen versus pawns (in opening position; Kieseritzky games) KCK 54-55
Queen’s knight’s pawn (quotes/stories about not capturing the QNP) C.N.s 5827, 5865, 6021, 6669, 6829, 8289
Queens, Two against one KCK 73-74
Queens, Four (no other units) KCK 23-24
Queens, Five CE 257 + C.N. 7107
Queens, Six in one game (not simultaneously) CE 8
Queen’s Gambit, The by Walter Tevis CE 211-212 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Queen’s Gambit Declined (Argentine Variation) CE 98-99
Queen’s Pawn/Queen’s Gambit (Marshall comments on openings monotony) CFF 318-319
Quesada, Juan Antonio (death) CE 163; ACO 317-318
Quiet moves ACO 27-28, 364
Quietest year CE 108
Quinteros v Gheorghiu (Lone Pine, 1980) C.N. 7261
Quips attributed to Alekhine and Tartakower (trois fous, sechs Pferde) C.N. 5044
Quiz (most answers incorrect) CE 165
Quotability (writers’ interest in) C.N.
Quotation by Pierre Mac Orlan C.N. 6205
Quotations (most famous) C.N. 5520 + ‘The Most Famous Chess Quotations’ feature article
Quotes (sourceless) C.N.s 3514, 4716, 5093, 5825, 8475 + ‘Wanted’ feature article + ‘Chess: the Need for Sources’ feature article
Rabinovich, Ilya (‘excellent’ endgame book) KCK 233 + C.N. 7873
Rabinovich v Selesniev CFF 57-58
Racehorses (named after chessmasters) ACO 171-172 + C.N. 8163
Radom, 1943 C.N. 5668
Ragozin, Viacheslav (misquotation concerning advantage of playing Black) C.N. 3771
Rachels v Denton (winner’s unmoved king’s-side pawns) C.N. 8278
Raking bishops ACO 363
Randolph v Vezin KCK 154
Randomized chess ACO 174 + C.N.s 7370 (van der Hoeven v Spoelstra), 7398 (van der Hoeven v Alexandre)
Rank and file (earliest usage of terms) C.N. 5973
Ranken, Charles Edward C.N. 4879 (information in British census)
Ransome, Arthur (references to chess in his autobiography) C.N. 7722
Raphael v Montgomery C.N. 6254
Rarest chess book (Neo Chess by Ulvestad and Allen) C.N. 6317
Rask, Bertil C.N. 7151
Rastogi, R. C.N. 4613
Rat Defence/Rat Opening C.N.s 6861, 8385
Ratner, E. (study praised by Lasker) C.N. 6801
Raubitschek (Raubitscheck), Robert and Rudolph (Rudolf) C.N.s 7139, 7155
Raud, Ilmar C.N.s 4905 (and Keres), 4944
Recordings of masters’ voices CE 122-123 + C.N.s 5838, 6862, 7550
Records ‘Chess Records’ feature article
Redcar, 1866 group photograph (including de Vere and Staunton) C.N. 5614
Red Reshevsky ACO 18-19
Ree, Hans ACO 305-306
Reed, Enrique C.N. 3843
Rees v Maróczy C.N. 7246
Reeve, Birdie KCK 305 + C.N.s 3572, 3612, 3647, 3668, 4509, 5787, 6326, 6586, 6847, 6939 (photographed playing blindfold), 7501 (jail sentence) + ‘Who Was Birdie Reeve?’ feature article
Reichhelm v Biddle KCK 56
Reid, Peter (request for photograph) C.N. 6722
Reilly, Alfred Maurice (Freddy) C.N. 5371
Reilly, Brian (reminiscences of Alekhine) C.N. 4439
Reilly, William Henry C.N. 8006
Reina v Thimm KCK 118-119 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Reinfeld, Fred (advice on improving) C.N.s 4511, 4519
Reinfeld, Fred (alleged pseudonym: Robert V. Masters) ACO 191 + C.N. 4778
Reinfeld, Fred (book which was the most fun to write) C.N. 5739
Reinfeld, Fred (cause of death) C.N.s 5906, 5937
Reinfeld, Fred (comments by Beatrice Reinfeld) C.N. 793
Reinfeld, Fred (errors in The Immortal Games of Capablanca) C.N. 5904
Reinfeld, Fred (Horowitz on ) C.N. 8446
Reinfeld, Fred (inscriptions in books) C.N.s 3693, 5422
Reinfeld, Fred (library) ACO 193
Reinfeld, Fred (list of non-chess books by) ACO 191 +  C.N.s 4859, 5346 + ‘Reinfeld’s Non-Chess Books’ feature article
Reinfeld, Fred (on alleged dodging by champions) CFF 251
Reinfeld, Fred (on myths about addiction to chess) C.N. 7960
Reinfeld, Fred (quotes from Why You Lose at Chess) C.N. 5907
Reinfeld, Fred (views on) C.N. 8436
Reinfeld, Fred (when he learned chess) KCK 328; CFF 284-285 + C.N.s 3872, 3978, 3982
Reinfeld, Fred (101 Chess Problems for Beginners; The Modern Two-Move Chess Problem; 101 Chess Puzzles and How To Solve Them) C.N.s 4775, 4785
Reinfeld on books by Capablanca and Lasker ACO 413
Reinfeld on computers CFF 330
Reinfeld on his prolific output CE  265
Reinfeld and Chernev on Bernstein ACO 417
Reinfeld v Alekhine C.N. 6291
Reinfeld v Fine match C.N. 3920
Reinfeld v Thompson ACO 104
Reinfeld, F. (of Fellin) C.N. 5246
Reinle v N.N. ACO 114
Reintals v Kruger KCK 291-292
Rejfíř v Treybal KCK 124 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Relationships (Schumer and Perlis) C.N. 4960
Remismonde (Tarrasch) C.N.s 4367, 4868
Renold v Agassiz C.N. 8587
Repetition of position (rules) C.N.s 3461, 5695 (six-fold), 8395 (including Germany), 8424 + ‘Repetition of Position or Moves in Chess’ feature article
Reshevsky, Samuel (alleged five-year-old opponent) C.N.s 6871, 6878
Reshevsky, Samuel (article about) C.N. 8374
Reshevsky, Samuel (article by, in 1922) C.N. 7236
Reshevsky, Samuel (at West Point, 1920) C.N. 7004
Reshevsky, Samuel (birth-date) CE 259; KCK 202
Reshevsky, Samuel (claimed draw against Rubinstein) C.N. 7236
Reshevsky, Samuel (Foreword to Point Count Chess) C.N. 7348
Reshevsky, Samuel (in Paris, 1920) C.N. 6564
Reshevsky, Samuel (middle name, Herman, yet initial J.) C.N. 4916, 6649
Reshevsky, Samuel (missing games) C.N.s 4572, 4607 (Nigel Short), 4956
Reshevsky, Samuel (newspaper feature, 1920) C.N. 8442
Reshevsky, Samuel (1917 photograph) C.N. 6701
Reshevsky, Samuel (photograph boxing against Jackie Coogan) C.N. 7784
Reshevsky, Samuel (photograph giving simultaneous exhibition) C.N. 8042
Reshevsky, Samuel (photograph playing blindfold chess) C.N. 7347
Reshevsky, Samuel (photograph with father and secretary/manager) C.N.s 6717, 6721
Reshevsky, Samuel (photograph with Julius Rosenwald) C.N. 8382
Reshevsky, Samuel (photographs with Euwe and Fischer) C.N. 8356
Reshevsky, Samuel (prodigy) CE 61-66; KCK 28, 202-203; ACO 98, 196-197 + C.N. 3840 (two games) + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Reshevsky, Samuel and Charlie Chaplin CFF 258 (suspected hoax game) + C.N.s 7236, 7531 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Reshevsky, Samuel (won tournament without winning any games) ACO 198
Reshevsky v Denker ACO 171
Reshevsky v Fischer C.N. 8381
Reshevsky v Mauvaisse (or Guhre) C.N.s 4949, 4956
Reshevsky v Myagmarsuren C.N. 6599
Reshevsky v Ryan KCK 278
Reshevsky v Schwarz ACO 98
Resignation as a joke (Blackburne anecdote) C.N. 4963
Resignation as sealed move C.N.s 4942, 4947, 5287
Resignation, Premature KCK 32-33, 267; ACO 15; CFF 55 + C.N.s 3720, 3918, 4677, 8585 (Kevitz v Fine), 8588 (Kevitz v Fine)
Ressel v Piperno CFF 62
Réti, Richard (birth record; ‘Richard Selig Réti’) C.N. 8629
Réti, Richard (briefcase stories) C.N.s 6020, 6026
Réti, Richard (endgame study anecdote related by Golombek) C.N.s 5905, 6016
Réti, Richard (‘lovable’ book) C.N. 4892
Réti, Richard (Masters of the Chessboard) C.N. 6889
Réti, Richard (quotation on Americanism) C.N. 5828
Réti, Richard (reminiscences by Rudolph Réti) ACO 373-381 + ‘The Réti Brothers’ feature article
Réti, Richard (studies) C.N.s 7283, 7316, 7468
Réti, Richard (sketches and caricatures) C.N.s 3510, 4125, 4132
Réti, Richard (tour of Belgium postponed by accident) C.N. 4690
Réti, Richard (was he Jewish?) C.N.s 4834, 4856, 5335
Réti, Richard (wife and beauty prize comment by Kmoch) C.N.s 4912, 4929, 5041 (in films)
Reti and Tartakower (relationship) CFF 193
Réti on hypermodernism KCK 152
Réti v Alekhine C.N.s 5632, 6358, 7436
Réti v Belgrano Rawson KCK 67
Réti v Capablanca (New York Times front page) C.N.s 8205, 8217
Réti v Dunkelblum (miniature anticipated by Capablanca v Adams) KCK 64
Réti v Euwe photograph C.N. 5187
Réti v Marshall (did Alekhine’s notes miss a mate in one?) KCK 283-284
Réti v Rubinstein KCK 74
Réti v Spielmann (1923) ACO 103-104
Réti v Spielmann (1928) C.N. 7852
Réti v Tartakower miniature CFF 42-43 + ‘Réti v Tartakower, Vienna, 1910’ feature article
Retirement (announcements) CE 104-105, 261-262 + C.N.s 3648, 3649, 3689, 4160, 5021, 6168 + ‘Retirement from Chess’ feature article
Retreats, Three successive CE 58
Reutlinger-Rosenthal, Madame C.N. 7218
Rey Ardid, Ramón (blindfold miniature trapping queen) C.N. 4640
Rey Ardid, Ramón on Capablanca’s endgame skill KCK 396
Rey Ardid, Ramón (interview) C.N. 7861
Rey Ardid v Ticoulat (mate in one story by Koltanowski) C.N. 6159
Reynolds, Arthur C.N.s 6069, 6075
Rhode v Schlage ACO 62-63
Rice, Florence ‘Chess and Hollywood’ feature article
Rice Gambit C.N.s 4520, 4521, 6873, 8419 (Rice and Teichmann v Cohn and Tenner)
Rice, Isaac Leopold C.N.s 4521, 4631 (chess room) + ‘Professor Isaac Rice and the Rice Gambit’ feature article
Rice, Isaac Leopold (war/military prophecies) CFF 316 + C.N. 4787
Rice v Hanham (Rice Gambit) C.N.s 6923, 6933
Rice, Mrs I.L. C.N. 7925 + ‘Professor Isaac Rice and the Rice Gambit’ feature article
Richardson, Philip (unusual position) KCK 17-18 + C.N. 4481
Richardson v Mason ACO 134
Richardson v N.N. ACO 6-7
Richmond v Bird C.N. 5956
Richter, Kurt (combinational player only) KCK 389
Richter, Kurt (creation of Dr Zabel) C.N.s 5229, 5243
Richter, Kurt C.N.s 5648 (games wanted), 7875 (removal of Jewish players’ names from Kombinationen)
Richter-Veresov Opening CE 92
Rick v Kronsbein ACO 86-87
Rico v Ballbé KCK 66
Rithmomachia C.N. 3954
Robbins v Showalter C.N. 8038
Roberts, John Drew KCK 131-133 + ‘Master Roberts’ feature article
Roberts and Tuthill v Steinitz KCK 132 + ‘Master Roberts’ feature article
Roberts v Cairns KCK 132-133 + ‘Master Roberts’ feature article
Robespierre, Maximilien (game attributed to) C.N.s 4467, 4486
Robinson, Sir Robert C.N. 5438
Robson v Marshall (correspondence game) C.N. 7374
Rogard, Folke KCK 230-231, ACO 282 + C.N.s 3838, 5967
Roget, Peter Mark C.N.s 4283, 4288
Rome, 1875 group photograph C.N. 5848
Romi/Romih, M. (spelling of name) C.N.s 5162, 5537
Romih, Max (photograph) C.N. 6019
Rookewarden/Rookewood hoax CFF 114-116  + ‘A Chess Hoax’ feature article
Rook endings with a brutal finish KCK 39-41; ACO 39
Rook on the seventh rank (recommended by Lewis) ACO 353 + C.N. 6844
Rook’s Gambit Declined (Provenance by Frank McDonald) CE 169-170 + C.N. 6800
Rooks of opposite colour (Anderssen) C.N. 5565
Rosanes v Anderssen C.N.s 7913, 7919, 7922 + ‘Rosanes v Anderssen, Breslau, 1863’ feature article
Rose, Herbert Jennings C.N.s 5462, 6715, 7148
Rose, John Holland C.N.s 5462, 6715
Rose v Johnston ACO 34
Rosebault, Frederick D. (Welles) ACO 358 + C.N.s 3559, 3568, 3669, 3674, 3685, 4241, 6893 (alleged disorderly conduct) + ‘The Mysterious Frederick D. Rosebault’ feature article
Rosenfeld, Hector (puzzles) C.N.s 4923, 7043 (‘Sam Loyd As I Knew Him’ article)
Rosenfeld v Lasker CFF 256
Rosenthal, Rosenbaum and Morris v Mieses ACO 34
Rosenthal v Capablanca C.N. 8499
Rosenthal v Marshall C.N. 6656
Rosenthal, Moriz C.N.s 6171, 6184
Rosenthal, Samuel ACO 238-244 (including games v N.N., Isouard, Skipworth, Milleriot, Philippe, Landowski, F.W., Robert, Dermenon, Najotte, Blanchard, Comte de l’Eglise, David, Baron Boissy d’Anglas, W., Vié, Feisthamel and de Lamothe); C.N. 8373 + ‘A Forgotten Showman’ feature article
Rosselli v Rubinstein (score discrepancy) C.N. 4625
Rossolimo v Livingstone C.N.s 3815, 4047, 5808
Rothman, Aaron A. CE 107 + C.N.s 4930, 7350 (photograph with Denker), 7357 (obituary)
Rotlewi, Hersz/Gersz C.N.s 5207, 8524 (Levenfish story regarding Carlsbad, 1911, with photograph of Rotlewi)
Rotlewi v Bogoljubow C.N. 7284
Rou, Lewis/Roux, Louis CFF 287-292
Rou/Roux manuscript CFF 287-292  + ‘A Chess Whodunit’ feature article
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques C.N.s 4401 (including spurious games v Conti and Roman), 4419, 4491 + ‘Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Chess’ feature article
Roussel, Raymond C.N.s 4487, 4494, 4501
Rowand v Derrickson ACO 343
Rowland v Rynd C.N. 6400
Royal walkabouts (king marches) KCK 118-126; ACO 53, 84-85; CFF 47  + C.N. 4123 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Royalty (British) ACO 261-262 + C.N.s 3544, 3694 + ‘Chess and British Royalty’ feature article
R.P. Michell A Master of British Chess by Julius du Mont ACO 285
Rubinstein, Akiba (absence from the board) C.N. 6487
Rubinstein, Akiba (allegation of cheating) CE 189-190
Rubinstein, Akiba (book by John De Arman) C.N. 7572
Rubinstein, Akiba (column by) CFF 111-112, 277
Rubinstein, Akiba (fly anecdote) C.N. 7344
Rubinstein, Akiba (last 30 years of his life) C.N.s 5250, 5256, 5301, 6677, 6710, 8521 + ‘Akiba Rubinstein’s Later Years’ feature article
Rubinstein, Akiba (in Antwerp) C.N. 7810
Rubinstein, Akiba (interview with his son, Sammy) CE 121-122
Rubinstein, Akiba (d-pawn nailed down) C.N. 6113
Rubinstein, Akiba (did he ever offer a draw?) ACO 359
Rubinstein, Akiba (claim by Oskam about writing of score-sheet) C.N. 4534
Rubinstein, Akiba (place of death) C.N. 5744
Rubinstein, Akiba (Reinfeld on, and game against) C.N.s 6518, 6633
Rubinstein, Akiba (spoof statistics about number of rook endgames) C.N. 7083
Rubinstein, Akiba (sketch and photograph in old age) C.N. 7584
Rubinstein, Akiba (story by Fine regarding the Lärobok i Schack by Gustaf and Ludvig Collijn) C.N. 5542
Rubinstein v Alekhine C.N. 8196
Rubinstein v Alekhine alleged game C.N. 3607
Rubinstein v Daniuszewski KCK 78
Rubinstein v Kupczinksi KCK 71
Rubinstein v N.N. (alleged position) CFF 18
Rubinstein v Takács KCK 301
Rubinstein v Tarrasch KCK 323-324
Rubinstein v Tartakower (photograph) C.N. 8178
Rubinstein v Yates (colour coincidence) KCK 229
Rubinstein-Norman anecdote CFF 107 + ‘Chess Anecdotes’ feature article
‘Rubinstein rule’ (time-limit) C.N.s 6175, 6178
Rubinstein trap KCK 290-291; ACO 194-195; CFF 59 + ‘The Rubinstein Trap’ feature article
Rubinstein’s first recorded game CFF 113-114
Rubinstein’s Immortal Game KCK 317-318
Rubinstein, Emanuel CFF 283-284 (including games v P., Mróz and Bass)
Rubinstein, Sammy (game won by) KCK 66-67
Rubinstein, Solomon (game against Phillips) C.N.s 8541, 8544
Rude replies to correspondents C.N. 4276
Rudge, Mary CFF 212-215 (including games v Drury, Fagan, Berry and Cooke) + C.N. 3646
Rueb, Alexander CFF 153-154
Rules (book by Lenace L. Fergus) C.N. 6970
Rules (expulsion from tournament) CE 238
Rules (parody by Wordsworth Donisthorpe) C.N. 5040
Rules (proposed changes regarding promotion and stalemate) C.N. 7051
Ruskin, John C.N.s 4045, 4466, 6806 + ‘John Ruskin and Chess’ feature article
Russell, Franklin Ferriss C.N.s 7160, 7167 (Russell tie)
Russell, J. Walter C.N. 4037
Rüssher v Walcicer KCK 202 + C.N.s 7926 (correction of names: Russner v Walcker), 7930 (Carl Walcker), 8085, 8265
Russian Chess (by Pandolfini) ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Russian photographs (pre-First World War) C.N. 7687
Ruth v Banks (annotated by Carlos Torre) C.N. 4986
Ruy López (Bird on Bird’s Defence) CFF 323-324
Ruy López (Breyer Defence) KCK 150
Ruy López (Howell on) C.N. 6795
Ruy López (Lasker’s advice on) CE 97
Ruy López (Marshall Gambit) CE 102; KCK 151-152; ACO 344; CFF 108 + C.N.s 3980, 5664 (Walbrodt v Conill, Ostolaza, López and Herrera), 6777 + ‘The Marshall Gambit’ feature article
Ruy López (Morphy’s Defence) CE 99-101; KCK 168 (explained by Young) + ‘Why ‘Morphy’s Defence’?’ feature article
Ruy López (proposal to use the name German Game) C.N.s 7093, 7258
Ryazanov, Sergei (games collection with unusual title) C.N. 6490
S. v Galitzin ACO 56
Saarbrücken, 1953 C.N.s 6467, 6474
Saavedra position KCK 34-35 + C.N. 5796
Saburov, P.A. and P.P. ACO 274-277 + ‘The Saburovs’ feature article (plus Russian translation Сабуровы)
Saburov, P.A. v Znosko-Borovsky ACO 274
Saburov, P.P. v N.N. ACO 275
Sacconi, Antonio C.N. 4191
Sacrifice (earliest use of chess term) C.N. 8328
Sacrifices (all pieces) ACO 80
Sacrifice of pawn or queen (quote) C.N.s 6104 (Tartakower), 6116 (Taylor)
Sacrifices on an empty square CE 31-32
Saidy v Fischer C.N. 7031
Saint-Amant, Pierre-Charles (death) CE 260 + C.N. 7609
Saint-Amant, Pierre-Charles (feature with engraving) C.N. 7610
Saint-Amant, Pierre-Charles (full name: Fournié or Fournier) C.N. 5473
Saint-Amant, Pierre-Charles (non-chess books by) C.N.s 4264, 4270
Saint-Amant v Staunton (discrepancy in game-score) C.N. 8055
Salbu v Ozols CFF 21
Salient, subcenter and van C.N. 6096
Salomón v Pomar (bishop v knight ending) CE 24-25
Salot, Henry CE 54 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Salta (de Rivière v Pillsbury and Marshall v Henig) C.N. 6478
Samarian, Sergiu C.N. 8432
Sämisch, Friedrich/Fritz (Alekhine on his blindfold play) C.N. 7683
Sämisch, Friedrich/Fritz (lack of biographical information) C.N. 6272
Sämisch, Friedrich/Fritz (time-trouble, including Büsum, 1969 and Lidköping, 1969) C.N.s 4507, 4533, 4542, 4678, 8228, 8237, 8241, 8242, 8255
Sämisch v Alekhine C.N.s 5333, 6553
Sämisch v Capablanca (stories about the reasons for Capablanca’s blunder/mystery woman) C.N.s 4712, 7742
Sämisch v Flohr C.N. 7080
Sämisch v N.N. (1934 blindfold game) C.N.s 7683, 7690
Sämisch v Vidmar C.N. 5060
San Remo, 1911 (ladies’ tournament) C.N. 6627
San Remo, 1930 group photographs C.N.s 3835, 3841, 4201
San Sebastián, 1911 group photograph C.N.s 4447, 4469, 4549, 5663 (with second photograph)
San Sebastián, 1912 ‘Capablanca on San Sebastián, 1912’ feature article
Sand-glass timer (hour-glass) C.N. 5912
Sanders, Bill C.N. 6884
Santasiere, Anthony Edward (including poetry) KCK 334-335; CFF 322 + C.N. 4530 + ‘Anthony E. Santasiere’ feature article
Sapira, Emanuel CFF 76-77
Sarapu, Ortvin (photograph playing blindfold chess) C.N. 7559
Sargent v Pillsbury C.N. 7628
Sarratt, Jacob Henry (letter) C.N. 6111
Sarwer, Jeff C.N.s 1730, 5067
Saul, Arthur (auction sale of The famous game of Chesse-play) C.N. 4410
Saunders (Pritchard), Elaine C.N.s 3817, 3826, 3874, 7467, 8193 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Sayers, Aaron (‘teashop chess champion’ from Ireland) C.N.s 8414, 8417
Schach über Alles by Michael Ehn and Hugo Kastner (excessive and unattributed use of material from C.N.) C.N. 7237
Schackvärlden (index) C.N. 6128
Schallopp, Emil (few drawn games) C.N. 6001
Schapiro v Capablanca KCK 61
Schelfhout, Willem C.N.s 5197, 8355
Schemm, Hans C.N.s 4820, 4833
Schiffers, Emanuel (report of mental illness) C.N.s 7416, 7424
Schiffers v Chigorin C.N.s 7932, 7948
Schiller, Eric Andrew CE 155; KCK 270-271; ACO 294-295, 309-310; CFF 234-235 + C.N.s 6206 (‘Casablanca’), 6383 (‘Emil Zukertort’), 6683 (Pearl of Zandvoort) + ‘A Sorry Case’ feature article
Schirm v Dresdner (Petroff Defence miniature) C.N. 6263
Schlechter, Carl (absence from St Petersburg, 1914) C.N. 4943
Schlechter, Carl (death, burial and religion) C.N.s 6883, 8222
Schlechter, Carl (errors over age) CE 147 + C.N. 8222
Schlechter, Carl (games in Milan against A. Noto and V. Noto) C.N.s 7788, 7793
Schlechter, Carl (Horowitz on the ‘drawing master’ C.N. 8506
Schlechter, Carl (series of errors on) ACO 314
Schlechter v Bendiner KCK 117
Schlechter v Fähndrich KCK 128
Schlechter v Mieses (1894) ACO 290
Schlechter v Mieses (1896) C.N.s 6575, 6641
Schlechter v Zinkl C.N. 6575
Schlemm v Wranay C.N. 6427
Schmid v Schwede KCK 123-124 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
Schmitt v Grimm ACO 155
Schmittdiel v Heck ACO 41
Schnell Matt! by Claudius Hüther (and Ludwig Bachmann) and book on poodles by Hüther (Der deutsche Pudel) C.N. 5385
Schnitzler v Alexandre ACO 362-363
Schonberg, Harold C. (book inscription) C.N. 6275
Schönmann v Heinicke CE 83; ACO 29-30; C.N. 8571
Schoolboy notebook of Rupert Brooke C.N. 4567
Schottländer v Mieses anecdote CE 195-197
Schulder C.N.s 7341, 7349, 7406
Schulten v Morphy C.N.s 6079, 7808 (comment by König)
Schumacher, Heinrich Christian C.N. 3976
Schulte v Vogt ACO 37
Schuster v Carls miniature CE 178-179 + C.N.s 5231, 5258 + ‘Schuster v Carls’ feature article
Schwabinger Gambit C.N. 7626
Schwartz, N. C.N.s 8564, 8567, 8575 (Nicolai)
Schwarz, Adolf (remark about Steinitz, ‘this little man...’ ) C.N.s 4375, 6505
Schwarz v Otto Junge KCK 31
Schwarz v Düren CFF 55
Schwarzmann/Szwarcman, L. C.N.s 3861, 3869
Schwendemann, M.A. C.N.s 4892, 6889
Score-sheets (use made of) C.N.s 5401, 5413, 5423
Scotch Game KCK 141-147 + ‘Kasparov, Karpov and the Scotch’ feature article
Scotland’s Chess Centenary Book by Pritchett and Thornton C.N. 8323
Scottish Chess Association (applications for Scotland to join FIDE in 1930 and 1932) C.N. 5642
Scott v L. Penrose CFF 45
Scott v Sergeant ACO 105
Scribogenic (neologism by Golombek) C.N. 5357
Scriven, B. KCK 269-270; ACO 295-296; CFF 246 + C.N.s 3760, 4167
Sculpture by David Goode C.N.s 7614, 7636
Seasickness (chess as cure for; article by Bostwick) CFF 125-126
Seconds in world championship matches C.N.s 5657 (list sought), 8409 (none used by Botvinnik and Carlsen)
Secret contests CE 120 (Mieses v Aitken and Reshevsky v Muffang); KCK 330 (Alekhine v Bogoljubow); CFF 280-281 (Euwe v Spielmann) + C.N.s 4174 (Euwe v Spielmann), 5233 (Reshevsky v Muffang), 5255 (Reshevsky v Muffang)
Seeger v Pomar ACO 115-116
Seesaw/windmill combination ACO 102-103; CFF 39-42 + C.N.s 4978, 5853, 7190 + ‘The Chess Seesaw’ feature article
Seger v Andersson CE 33
Séguin/Seguin, James (Steinitz on) CE 243
Seirawan Chess C.N. 5622
Seirawan, Yasser (errors by Keene) C.N. 6292
Seirawan, Yasser (photograph with Peter Falk) C.N. 6347
Seitz, Jakob Adolf (letters to Helms) C.N.s 1367, 1412
Selecting colour for game (explanation by Robert J. Richey) C.N. 7009
Selenus, Shakespeare and Bacon C.N. 6164
Selesniev (Selesnieff), Alexei (discrepancies over date and place of death) C.N.s 4661, 4670, 4675
Seletsky, A.S. CE 185 + C.N. 7185
Self-contradictions CE 118 (Botvinnik), 165 (Fine); KCK 265-266 (Capablanca on a 1921 world championship game against Lasker), 281 (Alekhine in Nottingham, 1936 tournament book) + C.N.s 4100 (Francis Bacon), 5597 (Fine) + Koltanowski passim
Self-mate C.N.s 4003, 4019, 4042, 7606
Selkirk v J.C.R. CFF 228
Semmering, 1926 (photographs) C.N.s 7971, 7975
Semmering-Baden, 1937 (pictorial feature) C.N. 5766
Sequence of games without loss ACO 236
Sergeant, Philip Walsingham (application for financial support) C.N. 8259
Sergeant, Philip Walsingham (non-chess books) C.N.s 3190, 5943, 8259
Sergeant, Philip Walsingham (photograph) C.N. 6557
Sergeant, Philip Walsingham (photograph mix-up with Secretan/Secreton) C.N. 5342
Serper v Nikolaidis ACO 80; C.N. 8535 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Seyboth and Chigorin v Lewin (Levin) and Schiffers CE 4-5
Shabelsky and Svenson v Winter and Shakhov ACO 107
Shadforth Boger Cup (W. Shadforth Boger) C.N. 5727
Shady Side (book by Hilbert on Whitaker) C.N.s 2443, 6318
Shah Mat. L’ultima partita di Capablanca by Gesualdo Bufalino C.N. 4575
Shakespeare, William C.N.s 4051, 4054, 4069, 4176 (illustrations by Seltzer in King Richard II), 4876 (Ingleby), 5699, 7443, 7806 + ‘Chess and Shakespeare’ feature article
Shaw, George Bernard C.N. 5627
Shaw v Burn CE 48
Shedden v Bermingham KCK 109
Shipley, Walter Penn (record against masters) C.N.s 5656, 5677
Shipley, Walter Penn (scrapbooks) CE 45-49
Shipman v Fischer C.N. 5472
Shipman v Kevitz C.N. 8584
Shoes (Barker ‘Checkmate’ collection, featuring Fischer, Spassky, Karpov and Topalov) C.N. 6888
Shogi C.N. 6994
Shoppers (photograph of Phillips and Lasker) C.N.s 4161, 4195
Shories/Schories, G. CFF 121
Short losses KCK 74 (Keres), 81 (Botvinnik), 116-117 (Thomas) 285 (Marshall); ACO 131 (Capablanca), 313 (Steinitz) + C.N. 5362 (four-move odds game won by Villner)
Short, Nigel (Badmaster article on simultaneous display) C.N. 7089
Short, Nigel (‘chess is ruthless’ quote) C.N. 4238
Short, Nigel (on Nimzowitsch) KCK 378
Shortest games (including Masefield/Mansfield/Mayfield v Trinka/Trinks/Trent) ACO 99; CFF 253-254 + C.N.s 4294, 4493, 4506, 4994, 6007
Shorthand C.N. 5880
Shostakovich, Dmitri (and Alekhine) C.N.s 6654, 7079
Showalter, Jackson Whipps (baseball/curve ball) C.N.s 4449, 4456, 5700, 6972 + ‘Chess and Baseball’ feature article
Showalter, Jackson Whipps (born in 1859, not 1860) C.N.s 5706, 6972
Showalter, Jackson Whipps (games at Cincinnati, 1888) C.N.s 5749, 5773
Showalter, Jackson Whipps (report of meeting with Zukertort) C.N.s 5749, 5773
Showalter, Nellie Love Marshall C.N.s 7482, 7485, 7877 (article by)
Showalter family C.N. 4484
Showalter v Beckner C.N. 8186
Showalter v Lasker C.N. 8050
Showalter v Lipschütz (match in 1890?) C.N. 6996
Showalter v Logan ACO 199
Showalter (Mrs) v Schmidt C.N. 7485
Sicilian Defence (Dragon) KCK 148; CFF 293 + C.N.s 5135, 7826
Sicilian Defence (Rauzer Attack) C.N. 5472
Sicilian Defence (Richter/Richter-Rauzer Attack) KCK 157
Sicilian Defence (1 e4 c5 2 Bc4 e6 3 Nc3 Nc6 4 d3 a6) C.N. 7850
Sieg v N.N. ACO 139
Siemens Chess Club (Berlin) C.N. 4972
Signatures (Berlin, 1962) C.N.s 5717, 5728
Signatures (in Capablanca book by Chernev) C.N.s 6497, 6534
Signatures (Spassky v Fischer match, 1972) C.N. 7267
Signed chess books C.N. 7279
Silberschmidt, Hirsch Hermann (imprisonment) C.N. 6610
Silbertstang, Edwin (errors in Cardoza book) C.N. 6250
Silhouettes C.N.s 4113 (Capablanca), 4129 (Lilienthal), 4136 (Evans), 4145, 4180, 4208
Sim v Morrison ACO 35
Simagin v Bronstein C.N.s 5746, 5760
Simagin v Šajtar (illegal move) C.N.s 5833, 6107
Similar photographs C.N.s 5372, 5663, 5667, 5697, 6312
Simon, Sir John (Viscount Simon) ACO 263-271 (including games v Coulson, Williamson, Fairburn and Pomar); CFF103 + C.N. 3552 + ‘A Chessplaying Statesman’ feature article
Simonson v Dake ACO 92
Simpson’s-in-the-Strand C.N.s 7892, 8123
Simultaneous exhibition (first at sea) KCK 203-204
Simultaneous exhibition (in aeroplane) KCK 203
Simultaneous exhibitions (games by future world champions against predecessors) C.N.s 5932, 5944, 5953
Simultaneous exhibitions (large) CE 271; CFF 177, 281-282, 300-304 (Lilienthal, Ståhlberg, Najdorf, Hönlinger, Zukertort, Walbrodt, Marshall, Schlechter, Bernstein, Abonyi) + C.N.s 3419, 3436 (Najdorf), 3907 (Abonyi), 4571 (Hönlinger), 4800 (A. Martin and Polgar), 5025 (G.J. Martin), 5028 (G.J. Martin), 5639 (G.J. Martin), 6965 (Bernstein) + ‘Large Simultaneous Displays’ feature article
Simultaneous exhibitions (Golombek on) C.N. 8262
Simultaneous exhibitions (newspaper reports in the Soviet Union) C.N. 8481
Simultaneous exhibitions (poor results) CFF 71 + C.N. 6451 (Wade)
Simultaneous exhibitions (reports by masters) C.N.s 6198, 6333 (Lasker), 6503
Simultaneous exhibitions (with thematic positions) C.N.s 5314, 6643
Simultaneous game played by telephone C.N. 6561
Simultaneous games involving C.N. readers C.N.s 8350 + ‘Simultaneous Games’ feature article
Sinatra, Frank C.N. 7466
Singapore (Chess in) C.N. 7755
Single bishop mate CE 13-14; KCK 24-26; ACO 17-18; CFF 261-262 + C.N. 5948
Sinischa v Poliaxoff/Poljakov ACO 157
Sitzfleisch C.N. 4316
Six Graves to Munich by Mario Puzo (Mario Cleri) C.N. 7535
Size/height of chessplayers CE 192-193; CFF 187-188 + C.N.s 5832 (Walbrodt), 5913 (Walbrodt), 7570 (Walbrodt), 7674 (Walbrodt), 7885
Sjöberg v Tarrasch KCK 104
Skeletons C.N. 7441
Sketches  C.N.s 3623 (Anderssen and Bogoljubow), 5577 (Bogoljubow), 5713 (Lasker, Chigorin, Pillsbury and Steinitz), 6149 (Tarrasch, Janowsky and Marshall), 7009 (Spassky, Anand and Khalifman)
Sketch illustrating story by Raymund Allen C.N.s 7430, 7438, 7457
Skewer CFF 102; C.N.s 4231, 4235 (Rinck study), 4236, 4271, 4324
Skipworth, Arthur Bolland C.N. 4879 (information in British census)
Skipworth v Zukertort (23 Ng5 affair) C.N. 6952
Skoff, Frank (death) C.N. 6032
Sleep CE 257 (story about Capablanca during 1927 match); KCK 223 + C.N. 5118 (story about Capablanca during 1927 match)
Śliwa, Bogdan (failure to obtain the grandmaster title) C.N. 7478
Śliwa v Fischer (photographs) C.N.s 6084, 6089
Slonimsky, Nicolas (on music, including Capablanca and Prokofiev) 7940
Slous (or Selous) Frederick L. C.N. 5598
Smallest chess book C.N. 4244
Smith, Captain C.N. 5017
Smith, Magnus C.N.s 8303, 8445 (and other Canadian photographs) + ‘The Magnus Smith Trap’ feature article
Smith v Maróczy KCK 57-58
Smith v Rosebault C.N. 8498
Smoking KCK 70 (Pillsbury quote), 384-385 (Alekhine); ACO 234-235 + C.N.s 4779 (Alekhine), 5169 (Alekhine smoking accident story), 5218 (promotional photograph for women’s pipe-smoking), 8164 (Nottingham, 1936)
Smothered mate KCK 45-48; CFF 56-57 (king smothered by eight ‘friendly’ units) + C.N.  4178 (including correction of name in CFF: Viney, not Vine), 5923, 7297 + ‘The Smothered Mate’ feature article
Smyslov, Vassily Osipovich (father) C.N. 5606
Smyslov, Vassily Vassilievich (early recognition in the West, in 1943) ACO 144, C.N. 6516
Smyslov, Vassily Vassilievich (first published game) C.N.s 6531, 6537
Smyslov, Vassily Vassilievich (quotes) KCK 376
Smyslov, Vassily Vassilievich (photographs) C.N.s 6512, 8156 + ‘Vassily Smyslov (1921-2010)’ feature article
Smyslov v Reshevsky game-score discrepancy KCK 275
Smyslov Screw C.N.s 4275, 4292, 4298, 4365
Smyslov v Szabó photograph C.N. 5377
Smyth v Helms + ‘A Brilliancy by Hermann Helms’ feature article
Snooker and chess (Clive James quote) C.N. 7699
Snowball game C.N. 8639
Snyder Sicilian (Robert Snyder) C.N. 799
Sobernheim v Langleben C.N. 7989
Sockdolager/sockdologer C.N. 7360
Sokolov v Oll KCK 208
Soldatenkov, Vassily/Basil C.N.s 6138, 6144 (Man Ray)
Soldatenkov v ‘Ewrienoff’ C.N. 8557
Soldatenkov v N.N. KCK 43-44 + C.Ns 6138, 6145, 6187
Solomon v Mundelle C.N. 7222
Somma, Francesco C.N. 7902
Sonnenschein, E. KCK 33-34; ACO 364
Sonnenschein v N.N. KCK 33-34
Sontag, Susan (reference to chess and Morphy) C.N. 6958
Sopia, Zurab C.N. 4874
Soul of chess (quotes by Young, Reinfeld and Saariluoma) C.N. 6130
Soultanbéieff v Ambuhl C.N. 6486
Soultanbéieff v Koltanowski photograph C.N. 4701
Soultanbéieff v Kornreich KCK 106
Soultanbéieff v Kreimer C.N. 6504
Soultanbéieff v Winter CE 16-17
Sources ACO 334; CFF 75 + C.N. 3594 + ‘Chess: the Need for Sources’ feature article
Southard, Elmer Ernest C.N.s 6350, 6351, 6375
Southsea, 1949 (photographs) C.N. 7339
Soviet chess archives C.N. 8497
Soviet film (Гроссмейстер) C.N.s 7747, 7753 (Korchnoi on)
Spa, 1926 group photograph C.N. 3554
Spassky, Boris (interviews) KCK 179-180 + ‘Boris Spassky’ feature article
Spassky, Boris (misidentified as Morphy on stamp) C.N. 6243
Spassky, Boris (on Petrosian and Korchnoi) C.N. 7005
Spassky, Boris (reference book’s comment on his loss of the world championship title) C.N. 8622
Spassky v Fischer, 1972 (comic strip) C.N. 5418
Spassky v Fischer, 1972 (number of match books) C.N. 6262
Spassky v Fischer, 1972 (seconds, attendants, representatives and officials) C.N.s 8125, 8135, 8136
Spassky v Fischer, 1972 (television coverage by Shelby Lyman) C.N. 6464
Spassky v Wrinn C.N. 7500
Speed of play/fastest players CE 134-135
Speed-readers duped by speed-writers C.N. 6381
Spengler v Th. C.N. 8209
Spero v Showalter ACO 291
Speyer/Speijer v de Haas KCK 27-38
Spence, Jack Lee (photographs) C.N.s 4993, 7586
Spencer v N.N KCK 63-64
Spencer/Spenser v N.N. ACO 65-66 + C.N.s 5594, 7077
Sphicas, Nicolas (chess paintings by) C.N.s 4185, 6041
Spielmann, Rudolf (alleged book/magician/machine quote) CE 182, CFF 246 + C.N.s 4156, 5375
Spielmann, Rudolf (comment about Alekhine and combinations) C.N.s 8579, 8603
Spielmann, Rudolf (complainer) CE 68-69 + C.N. 5589
Spielmann, Rudolf (incorrect birth date) CE 230 + C.N. 4857
Spielmann, Rudolf (late photograph) C.N. 4128
Spielmann, Rudolf (lost 12 games in a tournament) CE 259
Spielmann, Rudolf (photograph at simultaneous exhibition) C.N. 7195
Spielmann, Rudolf (quote on learning from Anderssen and Tarrasch) C.N. 4133
Spielmann, Rudolf (spelling of forename) C.N.s 3686, 4011, 4321
Spielmann, Rudolf (switched from 1 e4 to 1 d4) C.N. 7852
Spielmann on Réti ACO 103-104
Spielmann on Tarrasch KCK 387
Spielmann v Janowsky CE 7
Spielmann v Johner CE 70
Spielmann v Nimzowitsch C.N. 7210
Spielmann v Réti CE 69
Spielmann v Stoltz KCK 208-209 + C.N.s 3845, 3848, 3917, 4524, 4528
Spielmann v Strassl CE 69
Spite check CFF 56 + C.N.s 6966, 6967 + ‘The Spite Check in Chess’ feature article
Spite sacrifice C.N. 6967
Sponsors/backers of pre-FIDE world title matches C.N. 7065
Spreckley, George Stormont (request for picture) C.N. 7382
Springe v Woehl C.N. 6879
Stacey v Landau C.N. 8380
Stadelman, Samuel Leigh C.N. 5894
Stadelman v Bampton C.N. 6412
Ståhlberg, Gideon (comments on main opponents) CE 122
Ståhlberg, Gideon (remarks by Golombek on his elegance of play) C.N. 6947
Ståhlberg v Bogoljubow ACO 51
Ståhlberg v Capablanca C.N.s 8169, 8184, 8189, 8271
Staircase manoeuvre KCK 76-77
Stalda, Giuseppe (stronger at correspondence play than over-the-board) C.N. 7789
Stalemate CE 11; ACO 20-25, 54 + C.N.s 4120 (Lazdies v Zenitas/Lazdiņš v Zemītis), 5056 (Juchli), 5929 (win, loss or draw), 6565 (win), 7254 (Abkin v Bartolich), 8188 (Lasker on) + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
Stalemate (Troitzky position) KCK 21-22
Stalemate (shortest composed games) C.N.s 3679, 3700, 3704
Stalemate (popular use of the term to mean deadlock) C.N.s 7116, 8607
Stalin, Josef (alleged game by) C.N.s 3533, 4133
Stalin, Josef (chess as metaphor; Eileen Bigland) C.N. 4871
Stalin, Josef (complaint by Capablanca) ACO 212 + C.N. 4950
Stamma, Philip (chess book advertised in 1739) C.N. 6059
Stamma, Philip (composition used in sculpture) C.N.s 7614, 7636
Standard opening moves criticized KCK 157
Stannard v N.N. ACO 22 + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
Starbuck, Daniel F.M. ACO 271-273 (including games v Judd, Blanchard, Ettlinger and Cook); CFF 44 + C.N.s 3466, 3853, 4027, 4038, 7039, 7068, 7529 + ‘Daniel Starbuck (1856-1884)’ feature article
Stassi, Fabio (novel La rivincita di Capablanca) C.N. 5758
Statutes and Sculpture ‘Chess Statues and Sculpture’ feature article
Stauffer v N.N. CFF 19 + C.N.s 3516, 8338
Staunton, Howard (alleged designer of chess board) C.N. 4827
Staunton, Howard (anecdote regarding arrogance to Löwenthal) CE 132-134 + C.N. 4030 + ‘Chess Anecdotes’ feature article
Staunton, Howard (attacks on) C.N.s 6650 (by Horowitz and Rothenberg), 6690 (1852 pamphlet) + ‘Attacks on Howard Staunton’ feature article
Staunton, Howard (attributed quote) C.N.s 6055, 6061
Staunton, Howard (criticism of) CE 147; ACO 383-384; CFF 312-314
Staunton, Howard (funds granted to his widow) C.N. 7287
Staunton, Howard (humour) CE 245-246 + C.N. 7069
Staunton, Howard (letter regarding his signature/autograph) C.N. 5111
Staunton, Howard (Morphy on, in the Dubuque Chess Journal) C.N. 5008
Staunton, Howard (modernism of play) CE 95; ACO 393
Staunton, Howard (origins) CE 271
Staunton, Howard (pictures of) CE 193 (oil painting) + C.N.s 3451, 3467, 3745, 3995, 5942 (photograph), 5958, 5986, 5990, 5998, 6015 + ‘Pictures of Howard Staunton’ feature article
Staunton, Howard (research into birth) C.N. 4776
Staunton, Howard (residences of) C.N.s 3979, 3984
Staunton, Howard (size of postbag, and practice of replying to all correspondents) C.N.s 5488, 5492, 5513
Staunton, Howard (standing as a Shakespearean scholar) C.N.s 5506, 5516, 5603
Staunton, Howard (start date of his Illustrated London News column) C.N.s 5488, 5492
Staunton, Howard (status/title) ACO 353
Staunton on blindfold play by Harrwitz KCK 395
Staunton on schools ACO 382-383
Staunton on simultaneous displays CE 237-238 + C.N. 4492
Staunton-Morphy affair ACO 245-260; CFF 122-125, 211-212, 319 + C.N. 4984 (Diggle)
Staunton v Horwitz (London, 1851) C.N.s 6598, 6601
Staunton v Löwenthal consultation games C.N. 6455
Staunton v Saint-Amant (annotational disagreement) C.N.s 5709, 5714
Staunton v Saint-Amant (games in London, 1843, account by G.H. Diggle) C.N. 4706
Staunton v Saint-Amant picture (Marlet/Laemlein) C.N.s 4259, 5395
Staunton v Silberschmidt C.N. 6610
Staunton v Stanley match C.N. 6563
Staunton v Williams C.N. 7769
Staunton’s ‘devilish bad games’ CFF 259-260
Staunton’s The Chess-Player’s Handbook (error in) KCK 275-276
Steel v N.N. 6742
Steinebach v Radloff ACO 156
Steiner v Alekhine (misprint in notes by Alekhine?) CE 193
Steiner v Prins CE 15
Steiner, George CFF 249-250
Steiner, Herman (early life) C.N. 4610
Steiner, Herman (photograph with Flohr) C.N.s 8080, 8084
Steiner v Treysman (remark by Morton about glassy look) C.N.s 5705, 5712
Steiner, Lajos on Ragozin, Tartakower and Barcza CFF 327
Steinitz, J. v Schottländer CFF 277
Steinitz, W. (twentieth-century problem expert) C.N. 5190
Steinitz, Wilhelm (appearance and London, 1866) C.N. 8072
Steinitz, Wilhelm (blindfold display) C.N.s 6539, 7616
Steinitz, Wilhelm (Buckley on, including the ‘artistic horror’ quote about unsound combinations) C.N. 7308
Steinitz, Wilhelm (caricature) C.N. 7695
Steinitz, Wilhelm (challenge to Anderssen in 1866) ACO 403
Steinitz, Wilhelm (children, William and Julia/Juliett) C.N.s 7189, 7199
Steinitz, Wilhelm (comments by A.F. Mackenzie on his problem expertise) C.N. 5347
Steinitz, Wilhelm (dates of tenure of world championship) ACO 386; CFF 135-137 + C.N.s 3750, 4163 (challenge to Zukertort in 1883)
Steinitz, Wilhelm (earliest occurrence of 1 d4) C.N.s 7639, 7653
Steinitz, Wilhelm (elementary oversight in Evans Gambit) C.N. 4171
Steinitz, Wilhelm (games played in 1882 and 1883) C.N. 8590
Steinitz, Wilhelm (Horowitz comment about beard) C.N. 6255
Steinitz, Wilhelm (information in British census) C.N. 4756
Steinitz, Wilhelm (in Havana and games against S. Lopez) C.N. 4910
Steinitz, Wilhelm (interview by Wolf Heinemann) C.N. 8290
Steinitz, Wilhelm (joke problem) C.N. 5270
Steinitz, Wilhelm (naturalization as US citizen) C.N. 4714
Steinitz, Wilhelm (oblivious of opponent) KCK 387
Steinitz, Wilhelm (on Anderssen/Morphy) CE 241, 242 + C.N. 4160
Steinitz, Wilhelm (on correctness) ACO 372
Steinitz, Wilhelm (on difficulty in solving Pulitzer problem) KCK 41
Steinitz, Wilhelm (on Horwitz) CE 241
Steinitz, Wilhelm (on Mason and alcohol) ACO 369
Steinitz, Wilhelm (on matches/tournaments) CE 241 + C.N.s 8007 (scoring), 8021
Steinitz, Wilhelm (on money) CE 242
Steinitz, Wilhelm (on Staunton) ACO 384-385
Steinitz, Wilhelm (parody by Tarrasch) C.N. 4773
Steinitz, Wilhelm (passport application) C.N. 7149
Steinitz, Wilhelm (photograph in New Orleans) C.N.s 3463, 5173, 7611
Steinitz, Wilhelm (photograph inscribed to Brodsky) C.N. 7820
Steinitz, Wilhelm (photographs) C.N. 7654
Steinitz, Wilhelm (possible chess set ordered in Moscow, 1896-97) C.N. 5020
Steinitz, Wilhelm (publication on anti-Semitism in Vienna and elsewhere) C.N.s 7952, 7969 (An Essay on Capital, Labor, and Charity)
Steinitz, Wilhelm (quotes by) CE 241-243 + ‘Steinitz Quotes’ feature article
Steinitz, Wilhelm (remark about studying with masters) C.N. 8031
Steinitz, Wilhelm (Rhoda A. Bowles on) ‘Steinitz v von Bardeleben’ feature article
Steinitz, Wilhelm (sketch) C.N. 8343
Steinitz, Wilhelm (Two Knights’ Defence anecdote) C.N. 6779
Steinitz, Wilhelm (world title match conditions) C.N. 6647 + ‘World Chess Championship Rules’ feature article
Steinitz-Chigorin spy/code story CFF 243-244 + C.N. 6699 (Steinitz v Lasker) + ‘Chess Anecdotes’ feature article
Steinitz-Hoffer dispute CFF 197-198
‘Steinitz did not become World Champion until he was over 58 years old’ (gaffe by Schiller) ACO 288; CFF 249 + C.N. 6890
Steinitz ending C.N. 4338
Steinitz Stuck and Capa Caught ACO 7-13 + C.N.s 3458, 6762 (problem by Will H. Lyons), 7472, 8006 (problem by W.H. Reilly) + ‘Steinitz Stuck and Capa Caught’ feature article
Steinitz v Anderssen (Steinitz’s comment on length of match) C.N. 6343
Steinitz v Blackburne (1876 match) C.N. 8075
Steinitz v Chigorin cable match (praise for slow pace of games) C.N. 7851
Steinitz v Churchill KCK 313-314
Steinitz v God stories CFF 275, 340 + C.N.s 3731, 3749, 7344, 8461 + ‘Steinitz versus God’ feature article
Steinitz v Lyman and Richardson ACO 26
Steinitz v N.N. CFF 285
Steinitz v Stein KCK 46
Steinitz v Voigt ACO 313
Steinitz v von Bardeleben CFF 275-277 + C.N.s 5671, 7638, 7712 + ‘Steinitz v von Bardeleben’ feature article
Steinitz v Young CE 204-205
Steinitz-Lasker-Potter controversy on the origins of the ‘modern school of chess’ CE 272 + C.N. 6875 ‘Steinitz, Lasker, Potter and ‘Modern Chess’ feature article
Steinitz-Wormald-MacDonnell controversy C.N.s 3974, 4460, 4843
Steinitz-Zukertort 9-9 clause CFF 134-135
Steinitz-Zukertort match (New York Times quote) C.N. 4709
Steinitz-Zukertort match (Diggle on) C.N. 7613
Steinitz and Zukertort both stood up at banquet toast C.N. 4360
Steinitz, Flora CFF 195-196 + C.N. 6545
Steinitz (players named) CFF 277-278
Steinitz’s ‘abysmal’ tournament record KCK 266
Steinkühler v Horwitz CFF 57
Stella, Mlle (blindfold exploits) CFF 186-187
Stevenson, Agnes (née Lawson) C.N.s 6548 (photograph with Vera Menchik and death), 7565 (year of birth/age), 7594 (census information)
St Louis, 1904 (photograph) C.N. 6986
St Louis, 1941 (photograph) C.N.s 8082, 8094
Stockholm, 1906 group photograph C.N. 5221
Stoltz, Gösta C.N.s 3917, 3921
Stoltz v Kashdan C.N. 6364
Stonewall Opening C.N.s 8069, 8076
Stopes, Marie ACO 397
Stoppard, Tom C.N. 8015
Stormy Petrel ACO 134 (Richardson) + C.N. 8191 (Richardson and Nimzowitsch)
St Petersburg Chess Club (photograph) C.N. 7170
St Petersburg, 1895-96 (photographs) C.N. 6434
St Petersburg, 1914 (photograph) C.N.s 4926, 7558
St Petersburg, 1914 (rapid transit tournament) C.N. 7118
Strautmanis v Hāzenfūss/Hasenfuss C.N. 7882
Strauss, Richard (games against Zuckerbäcker) C.N.s 7667, 7676
Strawhecker v Wolcott ACO 65
Stray J. (initial J. in the names of Edward Lasker, Reshevsky and Fine) C.N. 5666
Street names CE 105-106 + C.N.s 4597, 6211 (Zuilen), 7154 (Keres), 7174 (Alekhine)
Strongest player who never won anything (Hirschfeld) CE 28
Stutz Gambit C.N. 6356
Stutz v Marshall C.N. 6356
Subaqua chess championship CFF 125
Suesman v Turover KCK 241-242
Suetin, Alexei and Kira Zvorykina CFF 221-222
Suhle v Forlico match C.N. 4816
Suhle v Kronenberg ACO 14-15
Suicide CE 118-120 + C.N.s 3630 (Gedalia), 6852 (von Bardeleben), 7772 (Mackenzie), 8063 (Gedalia)
Sui-mate 7606
Sultan Khan CFF 160-163 + C.N.s 5037, 5645 (shatranj), 6234 (date of birth), 7168 (photograph with Miss Fatima), 7329 (Indian newspaper reports), 7993 (simultaneous display in Plymouth), 8061 (sketch and signature), 8193 + ‘Sultan Khan’ feature article
Sultan Khan v Alexander (photograph) C.N. 6285
Sultan Khan v Wreford Brown C.N. 8190
Sumar, Julio CE 55-56 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Sumar v Pérez CE 55-56
Svendsen, Kester C.N.s 4941, 4945, 4953, 4968
Swiderski, Rudolf CE 45
Swiderski, Rudolf (suicide) CFF 149-150 + C.N.s 4728, 6629 + ‘The Riddle of Swiderski’s Suicide’ feature article
Swiderski v Caro CE 44-45
Swindle CE 14-15 (Labatt v Marshall), 57-58 (Alekhine v Braumann); ACO 57-58 (Curt v Smith) + C.N.s 8179 (N.N. v Hoffers), 8206
‘Swiss Gambit’ KCK 159-168 (Wagner v Costin, Wagner v von Skarszewski, Wagner v Lipez, Wagner v Guyaz, Wagner v Caslin, Wagner v Rueb, Wagner v Duhm, Wagner v Lenz, Wagner v Münz, Wagner v Hauke, Hold v Münz, Hold v Heim, N.N. v Onderka, Vollrath v Fischer, Lange v Schulten, Küsel v Huch, Bird v Gelbfuhs, Hofstede de Groot v Anderssen, Pelikán v Alekhine, Hromádka v Havasi) + C.N.s 7626, 7916 (including Huch v Bode) + ‘The Swiss Gambit’ feature article
Swiss pairing system (Julius Müller and origins) C.N. 4118
Switzerland v Southern Germany (photograph of participants in match) C.N. 7678
‘Sybil’ (correspondence game against G.B. Fraser) C.N. 5918
Symmetry (opening) C.N. 601; CE 257-258; ACO 139
Szabados, Eugenio C.N. 6109
Szachy wojenne 1939-1945 War chess by Paweł Dudziński C.N.s 8204, 8208
Szechenyi (Széchényi) ‘madness’ story C.N. 4349 + 5638
Székely v Réti CE 41-42
Szén, József  (‘swashbuckling player’) C.N. 5573
Tackels v Sapira CFF 76-77
Tactics of Conquest by Barry Malzberg C.N.s 5355, 5363
Taffs, Anthony John C.N.s 303, 4181, 4186 (death)
Taft, James H. CE 177-178  + C.N.s 5170, 6501
Taimanov, Mark (chess library) C.N. 7355
Taimanov, Mark (mentioned by Botvinnik in 1943) C.N. 7680
Tal, Mikhail (Alan Phillips on) C.N. 6989
Tal, Mikhail (alleged quote about vodka) C.N. 5981
Tal, Mikhail (books about) C.N.s 2722, 7150 + ‘Books about Keres and Tal’ feature article
Tal, Mikhail (childhood evacuation from Riga) C.N. 7672
Tal, Mikhail (errors over year of death) ACO 287-288
Tal, Mikhail (inscription) C.N. 5982
Tal, Mikhail (photograph with B.H. Wood) C.N. 4899
Tal, Mikhail (simultaneous game against unidentified opponent) CFF 279-280 + C.N. 4266
Tal v Fischer (incident related by Tal) C.N. 5747
Tal v Koblentz KCK 75
Tal v Jaggs KCK 53
Tal v mental patient story C.N. 4354
Tal v N.N. CFF 279-280
Tal v Platonov C.N.s 6742, 6748
Tal v Spassky (blitz game) C.N. 8513
Tal v Szabados photograph C.N.s 6103, 6109
Talbot, Christopher Rice Mansel C.N. 8096
Talbot v Cattley C.N. 8096
Tandem chess (leap-frog chess, partnership chess) C.N.s 4783, 7215, 7706, 8496
Tank invented by Lasker? C.N. 3650
Tarnschriften (camouflage publications) CFF 277-278 + ‘Chess Camouflage Publications’ feature article
Tarrasch, Siegbert (accusation of blunder) C.N. 3829
Tarrasch, Siegbert (alleged caricature) C.N. 4695
Tarrasch, Siegbert (alleged quote about fatal error of using own head) C.N. 5499
Tarrasch, Siegbert (best biographical collection) C.N.s 3462, 5997, 6803
Tarrasch, Siegbert (claim about sea air and other explanations for his defeat by Lasker) CE 188-189 + C.N.s 5517, 5707, 5724
Tarrasch, Siegbert (conversion from Judaism to Christianity) C.N. 5997
Tarrasch, Siegbert (error on his result at Leipzig, 1888) CE 163
Tarrasch, Siegbert (gods quote) C.N. 6218
Tarrasch, Siegbert (love/music quotation) C.N. 5827
Tarrasch, Siegbert (middle name and doctorate) CFF 183-184
Tarrasch, Siegbert (‘not sufficient/enough to be a good chessplayer’ quote) C.N.s 4869, 4877, 5121
Tarrasch, Siegbert (one badly-placed piece quote) C.N. 6284
Tarrasch, Siegbert (postcard to Axel Lindström) C.N. 6759
Tarrasch, Siegbert (quote about the centre) C.N. 8331
Tarrasch, Siegbert (responses to an examination paper) C.N. 7047
Tarrasch, Siegbert (studies by) KCK 13-14
Tarrasch, Siegbert (‘To win a pawn in the opening is usually a dangerous thing’) C.N.s 7762, 7770
Tarrasch, Siegbert (translations of books) C.N.s 7359, 7375
Tarrasch, Siegbert (unique best move) C.N.s 6066, 7067
Tarrasch on Marshall’s refusal to resign KCK 389
Tarrasch on the pleasure of attack KCK 382
Tarrasch v Alekhine C.N. 5495
Tarrasch v Allies (four opponents at Naples, 1914) C.N.s 5161, 6279, 7050, 7730
Tarrasch v Berger C.N. 4752
Tarrasch v Lasker (discrepancy in game-score) ACO 338
Tarrasch v Mason C.N. 4740
Tarrasch v Richter (back-rank mate) C.N. 5817
Tarrasch v Vogel C.N. 8197
Tarrasch Defence (Queen’s Gambit) CE 101; ACO 148
Tarrasch-talk (Purdy on) KCK 396-397
Tartakower, Arthur C.N.s 8198, 8220
Tartakower, Savielly (account of dispute at Budapest, 1928) CE 153 + C.N. 7033
Tartakower, Savielly (allegation of duplicity against Réti) C.N. 4983
Tartakower, Savielly (and Prokofiev) C.N. 4928
Tartakower, Savielly (aphorisms) ACO 391, 403, 408
Tartakower, Savielly (ascribed quote about winning making the next-to-last mistake) C.N. 7228
Tartakower, Savielly (books about, and positions from play) C.N.s 3900, 3904, 4147
Tartakower, Savielly (date of birth) C.N. 7836
Tartakower, Savielly (described by Bronstein book as a parachutist) KCK 331
Tartakower, Savielly (Die Hypermoderne Schachpartie) C.N. 5279
Tartakower, Savielly (French naturalization) C.N. 8059
Tartakower, Savielly (Lajos Steiner on) C.N. 6977
Tartakower, Savielly (non-chess prose output) C.N. 4464
Tartakower, Savielly (number of tournament games) CFF 256
Tartakower, Savielly (papers and effects after death) C.N.s 4636, 4674
Tartakower, Savielly (photograph playing blindfold) C.N.s 6562, 7503
Tartakower, Savielly (photograph playing computer) C.N. 4470
Tartakower, Savielly (photographs at simultaneous exhibition) C.N. 7131
Tartakower, Savielly (poetry by) C.N.s 3787, 3833, 3863, 4089, 4278, 4486, 7870
Tartakower, Savielly (pseudonym Lt. G. Cartier) C.N.s 5140, 5210
Tartakower, Savielly (quote about being compelled to change conceptions) C.N. 7801
Tartakower, Savielly (quote about repetition of moves) C.N. 6781
Tartakower, Savielly (quote about six horses, not four) C.N. 7857
Tartakower, Savielly (quote about knights limping, not leaping) C.N. 7857
Tartakower, Savielly (residence at Hôtel Mazagran, Paris) C.N. 5211
Tartakower, Savielly (simultaneous game in Luton) C.N. 7224
Tartakower and du Mont (authorship of 500 Master Games of Chess) C.N.s 625, 4436, 8504
Tartakower on Capablanca (defeat in 1927) C.N. 8163
Tartakower on decisiveness ACO 406
Tartakower on Lasker, Capablanca and Alekhine (comment misdated by Koltanowski) C.N. 4279
Tartakower on Leonhardt and the English Opening KCK 156
Tartakower on Najdorf ACO 417
Tartakower on San Remo, 1930 ACO 193-194
Tartakower on Teichmann ACO 173
Tartakower v Abell C.N. 7539
Tartakower v Capablanca C.N.s 8162, 8167
Tartakower v Colle ACO 39 + C.N. 7875
Tartakower (blindfold) v Goldsmith C.N. 8118
Tartakower (blindfold) v Häusler C.N. 8418
Tartakower v Holte KCK 225-226
Tartakower v Lilienthal CE 88
Tartakower v Réti C.N.s 5954, 6009
Tartakower v Rubinstein C.N.  4437
Tartakower v Winter match (Paris, 1938) C.N. 7630
Tartacover vous parle C.N.s 4437, 4768
Tassinari, Girolamo CE 43-44
Tassinari v de Rivière CE 44
Taubenhaus, Jean (inscription in Traité du jeu des échecs) C.N. 7362
Taubenhaus v Heilpern C.N. 6851
Tauber, Léonard C.N.s 7821, 7830
Taylor v Houlding KCK 54
Taylor v Leise C.N. 6887
Taylor v N.N. CE 164 + C.N. 7564
Team-match (first) C.N.s 5321, 5340, 5358
Technical terms (old) CFF 138-139 + ‘Unusual Chess Words’ feature article
Technique ACO 69-70
Techniques of End Game in Chess by Philip Robar C.N. 4717
Tediousness and difficulty of chess (The Compleat Gamester) C.N. 7296
Teed, Frank Melville (photograph) C.N. 6936
‘Teichman v Marbl’ CE 21-23; ACO 45-46 + C.N.s 5201, 5212
Teichmann v N.N. KCK 106-107; CFF 57
Teichmann v N.N. (analysis by Dvoretsky) C.N.s 6820, 6853
Teichmann, Richard (Alekhine on) ACO 394-395
Teichmann, Richard (birth-date) C.N. 4058
Teichmann, Richard (discrepancies in miniature) KCK 106-107; CFF 57
Teichmann, Richard (‘Richard the Third’, ‘Richard the Fourth’, ‘Richard the Fifth’) CE 122 + C.N.s 6620, 7557
Teichmann, Richard (skill and potential) C.N. 6620
Teichmann, Richard (spectator at wrestling) C.N. 8449
Teichmann v Sämisch match C.N. 8449
Television ‘Chess and Television’ feature article
Temperature (condition in Zukertort v Rosenthal match) ACO 172
Temple, Michael Henry C.N. 6415
Tempo (origin and definition) C.N. 5852
‘Tempo is the soul of chess’ (Tarrasch) KCK 387
Tendering, Franz ACO 120-121
Tendering v Bothe ACO 121
Tenner v N.N. ACO 35
Termination of the 1984-85 world championship match CE 221-225; KCK 172-179, 271; CFF 137-138 + C.N.s 4984 (Diggle), 5375, 5765, 7025 (Barden on) + ‘The Termination’ feature article
Terms, Rare C.N.s 4196 (circumrotatory chess and pedaneous chess), 4226 (conversation game and masque game) + ‘Unusual Chess Words’ feature article
Terrazas mystery (Teodoro and Filiberto) C.N.s 4008, 4015, 4049, 4392, 4665, 6034, 6056 + ‘Mysteries at Sabadell, 1945’ feature article
Tests on Reshevsky KCK 202
Thacker, Ron C.N. 4906
Thanhofer v Emmrich KCK 122 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
The equalizing injustice of chess C.N. 6912
The Italics Are Mine C.N.s 5415 (Nina Berberova and Pavel Muratov), 7647 (Dostoevsky)
‘The openings consist of Alekhine’s games with a few variations’ (Chernev) C.N. 6945
Therkatz, Wilhelm (criticism by Nimzowitsch) C.N. 6723
‘The threat is stronger than the execution’ (and Nimzowitsch complaint about threatened smoking) CFF 330-332 + C.N.s 4328, 4366, 4496, 4505, 5601, 6677, 7832, 8249 + ‘A Nimzowitsch Story’ feature article
Things That Matter by Charles Krauthammer C.N.s 8461, 8462
Thinking ahead KCK 220-222
Tholfsen v Bigelow (staircase manoeuvre) KCK 76
Thomas, Lady Edith Margaret C.N. 5690
Thomas, Sir George (autobiographical note) C.N. 7088
Thomas, Sir George (badminton photographs) C.N.s 4884, 8270
Thomas, Sir George (G.H. Diggle on) C.N.s 7775, 7780
Thomas, Sir George on Lasker and Capablanca C.N. 7128
Thomas, Sir George on Menchik CFF 321
Thomas, Sir George (photographs) C.N.s 6988, 6989, 7000
Thomas, Sir George (tennis results at Wimbledon) C.N. 4115
Thomas, Sir George (1970 letter from Knaresborough Nursing Home) C.N. 7034
Thomas v Euwe KCK 284-285
Thomas v Klein C.N.s 7732, 7797
Thomas v Tylor KCK 116-117
Thompson, Theophilus C.N. 7606
Thompson v Elwell ACO 78-79 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Thompson v Mackenzie ACO 87
Thorne, Norman C.N. 5441
Thornley v Griffith CFF 19
Thornton v Boultbee KCK 62-63
Thorold v Fenton C.N. 8508
Thorold v Green C.N. 7202
Those Who Play Chess by Donald L. Boone C.N. 6856
Thousand Islands, 1897 (photograph) C.N. 5550
Three pawns against a knight CE 10-11 + C.N.s 8516, 8522, 8522 (Riley v Russ), 8542 (information about Riley and Russ), 8547 (Felixstowe, 1949 group photograph)
Thumb, Tom (Charles Sherwood Stratton) C.N.s 3931, 4323
Ticket tournaments (Ticket-Turnier) C.N.s 5105, 5133
Tietz, Victor (allegations of invented games) CE 264 + C.N.s 5351, 5359
Time ‘Chess and Time’ feature article
Time (early loss on time, by Steinitz) CFF 145-146
Time controls (article by G.H. Diggle) C.N. 5540
Time-limit (both players lose) C.N. 3879
Time-limit (Gnadenminuten) C.N. 6349
Time-limit (list for matches and tournaments) C.N. 6974
Time-limit (Medley) C.N. 7460
Time, Masters who never/seldom lost on KCK 241 + C.N. 8090
Time needed to compose problems (remark by Dawson) KCK 380
Time (magazine) available on-line C.N. 5819
Times given for individual moves KCK 241 (first instance) + C.N. 7085 (Bronstein v Larsen)
Times, The (holiday competition with Jesierski/Jezierski/Ezersky v Lelczuk/Lelchuk) C.N.s 8310, 8314
Tinsley, Edward  Samuel (Fine and Capablanca on) CE 272
Tintin by Hergé C.N. 8113
Tito, Marshal C.N.s 5293, 8052 (photograph at Dubrovnik Olympiad), 8140 (feature in Picture Post)
Tkachiev, Vladislav (inscription) C.N. 6332
Tolosa y Carreras, José (photograph and inscription) C.N. 4267
Tolstoy, Leo (and Tolstoy family) C.N.s 3667, 3677, 3949 (alleged quote), 4133 (alleged quote), 4660 (alleged quote), 5296, 5372, 6426 (game position in photograph), 7462 (book by William J. Bennett) + ‘Tolstoy and Chess’ feature article
Topalov, Veselin (books about) C.N.s 4616, 4621 + ‘Books about Leading Modern Chessplayers’ feature article
Torre, Carlos (nervous breakdown and latter-life photographs) C.N.s 5759, 5767, 6485, 6765, 7344
Torre, Carlos (story about) CFF 242-243
Torre, Carlos (year of birth) C.N. 8478
Torre v Adams C.N.s 5213, 5219 + ‘Adams v Torre – A Sham?’ feature article
Torre v Ed. Lasker CFF 21
Torre v Parker CFF 5-6 + C.N. 4422
Torre v Fischer C.N. 8638
Touch and move CE 115-116
Tournament records of Lasker, Capablanca and Alekhine CE 108
Tournaments (first events and early uses of the word) C.N.s 5869, 5874
Tournaments (winner begins with two losses) C.N. 8605
Townshend, Marquis C.N. 6705
Translation needed CE 16-17 + C.N.s 6803, 8520
Translations (English-language problem books) C.N. 8633
Translations (non-English) C.N. 4654
Transposition (Ruy López after 1 d4) KCK 154
Trap (Nugent v Black) ACO 203-204
Traube v Hartlaub C.N. 7392
Traxler v Šamánek C.N.s 1507, 6024
Treasure Chess by Bruce Pandolfini C.N. 5280
Tree of knowledge dictum C.N.s 56, 263, 485, 1200, 8595
Treer v Fahrni ACO 93
Tregear, Victoria (and Charles Dickens) C.N.s 6906, 6909 + ‘Charles Dickens and Chess’ feature article
Tresling v Benima (five-queens game) C.N.s 7107, 7111
Trevangadacharya Shastree C.N.s 4703, 4715, 7519
Treybal, Karel C.N.s 3729, 3733
Troitzky composition (Lasker on) C.N. 8188
Troitzky composition (not by Capablanca) KCK 267-268; ACO 306
Troitzky/Tritsky stalemate KCK 21-22
Trompowsky, Octávio C.N.s 5297, 5651 (photograph)
Trompowsky Opening KCK 147, 297; ACO 347 + C.N.s 4306, 5261, 6045
Truscott, Alan Fraser CFF 131-132 (including games v Wade, Rhodes and Mardle)
Tuffli v Rimathé CFF 4
Tukmakov, Vladimir (Modern Chess Preparation) C.N. 7846
Turgenev v Kolisch C.N.s 5863, 6054, 6604
Turner v Stanley engraving (with Löwenthal) C.N.s 3503, 4955
Turns of phrase C.N. 6335 (Nunn)
Two rook endings KCK 169
Tylor, Theodore Henry (article and quote regarding Alekhine) C.N. 5966
Tylor, Theodore Henry (described by B.H. Wood as ‘a naughty boy’) C.N. 8347
Typos (most in a bibliography) C.N. 6642 (Capablanca book by I. and V. Linder)
Typos (six in six lines) C.N. 8142
Ulea, V. (book by) C.N. 3637 + ‘Chess, Literature, and Film’ feature article
Ulvestad v Bronstein C.N. 4759
Underpromotion KCK 18-21, 60; ACO 49; CFF 2 + C.N.s 7418 (Herland/Fritz/Geiger), 7435 (Hersom), 7950 (simplest position with promotion to bishop), 8124
Unhealthy tournament (most players ill at Philadelphia, 1876) C.N. 4358
Unlimited Challenge by Garry Kasparov CE 270
Unneeded terms (featherbed soldiers, hippophobia, midsummer madness) C.N. 6861
Unusual balance of material CE 12-13 (Carls v Brinckmann and Zhelnin v Semeniuk); ACO 92-93 (Voltti v Kanervo and Treer v Fahrni)
Unzicker, Wolfgang (photograph with Alekhine) C.N. 4373
Unzicker, Wolfgang (photograph with Jerry Spann) C.N. 8046
Unizicker v Fischer (explanation by Fischer of 12...h5) C.N. 4423
Unzicker v Reshevsky ACO 18-19
USA v USSR match, 1945 (radio) C.N. 8102 (time consumed in the games between Smyslov and Reshevsky)
USA v USSR match, 1954 (photographs in Life) C.N. 7144
USCF postcard C.N.s 8277, 8297
US Presidents and Vice Presidents C.N.s 3958, 3971, 3999, 7977, 8071
Vajda v Rosselli del Turco C.N.s 7754, 7758
Vajda v Tschepurnoff (error by Znosko-Borovsky) CE 147
Valenta, Otakar KCK 105
Valenta v Neustadtl KCK 105
Valentine card C.N. 7516
Valentine v Benedict (14 February game) C.N. 4169
Valentino, Rudolph KCK 331; CFF 108 + C.N.s 4758, 4788
Valladão Monteiro, Joaquim CFF 18-19 + C.N.s 3884, 3887, 4173, 5799
Valladares Opening (1 Nf3 e5) CE 59; ACO 173 + C.N. 7161
Value of the pieces (mathematical calculations) C.N.s 4897, 4902, 7853 (Fine) + ‘The Value of the Chess Pieces’ feature article
van B. v Gudehus ACO 73
Vane v Miles KCK 120 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
KCK 118 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
van Foreest, Dirk CFF 69-70 + ‘Jacques Mieses’ feature article
van Foreest, D. v Mieses (‘Youth has triumphed’) CFF 69-70 + ‘Jacques Mieses’ feature article
van Lennep, Norman Willem KCK 113 + C.N.s 4663, 4664, 4681, 4697
Van Seters, Fritz C.N. 7525
Vansittart v N.N. ACO 47
van Vliet v Lasker CE 49
Vargas v Kostić C.N. 8149
Variants (books by David Pritchard) C.N. 5106
Varnusz, Egon ACO 286
Vázquez, Andrés Clemente CE 76 + C.N. 7036
Vázquez v Fiol (alleged game) ACO 41-42
Vázquez v Lee ACO 88
Vázquez v Paredes CFF 20
Venue for national championship (smallest town) C.N. 5781 (Bellingen)
Verbosity KCK 336; CFF 312, 317
Verho v A.R. Krogius CFF 10-11
Verlinsky, Boris C.N.s 3795, 3802, 3893
Very best chess books C.N.s 4485, 4553, 4698, 4735, 6971, 8495 + ‘The Very Best Chess Books’ feature article
Veteranitis C.N. 7640
Vezin v Stanley match C.N.s 6827, 6864, 6869
Viakhirev v Romanovsky C.N. 7791
Vidmar, Milan (colour postcard) C.N. 6961
Vidmar, Milan (comment about game against Nimzowitsch) C.N. 8580
Vidmar, Milan (footage at anti-Communism rally) C.N. 7864
Vidmar, Milan (non-chess books) C.N.s 3578, 3592
Vidmar, Milan (Timman on) KCK 170
Vidmar v Důras (photograph) C.N. 7617
Vidmar v Reshevsky match C.N. 3518
Vidmar v Spielmann C.N. 7602
Vidmar v Teichmann (note by Tarrasch) C.N. 3711
Vidmar v Yates CFF 123 + C.N. 7973
Vidmar Jr., Milan (photograph) C.N. 6960
Vienna Game & Gambit, The (Santasiere) C.N. 6240
Viesca, Andrés Ludovico CE 52 + C.N. 6522 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Viesca v Martí CE 52
Views on Chess (Observer competition) C.N.s 6714, 6715, 7148
Vilela v Estévez CE 20
Villegas, Benito H. (caricature) C.N. 4459
Villegas v Portela C.N. 7730
Viney (not Vine) v Gook CFF 57
Violence CE 156; KCK 279-280; CFF 196-199 + C.N.s 5013 (Alekhine), 5843 (Alekhine), 6437 (Blackburne), 6440 (Blackburne), 8286 (fantasy violence in book titles), 8559 (Alekhine) + ‘Chess with Violence’ feature article
Violinists C.N. 3912
Visier v Betancourt KCK 49
Vogel, Johann C.N. 8197
Vogel v Schmidt C.N. 8197
Volapük CFF 83
Voltti v Kanervo ACO 92
von Bardeleben, Curt (claims by Edward Lasker) C.N. 5999
von Bardeleben, Curt (high praise of) C.N. 5049
von Bardeleben, Curt (suicide) C.N. 6852
von Bilguer, Paul Rudolf CE 74-76; C.N. 7896 (two blindfold games)
von Bilguer v Mayet CE 75
von Bilguer v von der Lasa CE 75-76
von Eckstädt v Anderssen ACO 67-68
von Ehlert v Bohl CE 38-39
v[on] Engel v Berger C.N. 7945
von Gottschall v Nimzowitsch C.N. 8281
von Gottschall v Walbrodt KCK 2
von Hanneken, Hermann C.N. 4748
von Holzhausen, Walther (mate in five) C.N. 5245
von Holzhausen v Tarrasch miniature CE 200 + C.N. 6382
von Scheve v Rubinstein CFF 230
von Seefried v Künzler ACO 155
von Walthoffen, Hippolyt Walter (and the Walthoffen Attack) C.N. 4723
Vujić v Petrović KCK 20 + C.N. 8124
Vukcevich, Milan C.N. 8459
Vuković v N.N. C.N. 7062
W.A. Whyatt’s Chess Problems by Bob Meadley CE 26
Wade, Robert (in Paris, 1949) C.N. 5899
Wade, Robert G. (Graham or Grant) C.N.s 7269, 7274, 7295
Wade, Robert G. (inscription from Miguel Alemán) C.N. 5872
Wade, Robert G. (on the 1927 and 1963 world championship matches) C.N. 8412
Wade, Robert G. (photograph aged 17 at Wanganui) C.N. 5538
Wade, Robert G. (photograph with New Zealand championship trophy) C.N. 7264
Wade v Bennett C.N.s 7270, 7344 + ‘Wade v Bennett’ feature article
Wahltuch, Hetty (problem by) C.N.s 6787, 6796 (Henrietta Rebecca Wahltuch)
Wahltuch v Griffith ACO 144-145 + C.N.s 5608, 5615
Wahrburg, Richard M. C.N. 7601
Wainwright, Joseph C.J. (Christmas problem) KCK 3
Waitzkin, Josh (Searching for Bobby Fischer) CE 226-227 + C.N. 5067 + ‘Searching for Bobby Fischer’ feature article
Wakkipedia (website by William Hartston) C.N. 6413
Walbrodt, Carl August (spelling Carl/Karl) C.N. 5670
Walbrodt v Allies (Marshall Gambit) KCK 151
Walbrodt v Delmar match ACO 112-113
Walbrodt v von Scheve ACO 20-21 + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
Walker, George on Cochrane, Popert and Szén ACO 382
Walker, George on Carl Frederick Vogt/U. Ewell/W. Lewis book  C.N. 4337
Walker, George (1840 letter) C.N. 7776
Walker, John N. ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Wall, Bill 8110, 8122
Wallace, William Herbert (and Julia Wallace) C.N.s 5995, 7523, 7532 + ‘Chess and the Wallace Murder Case’ feature article
Walling in ACO 43-44
Walls, Leonard (ending won by) CE 2 + C.N. 5368
Walter v Lasker C.N. 8050
Wanted (books) ACO 159-161, 207 + ‘Wanted’ feature article
‘Wanted advertisement’ in the American Chess Bulletin C.N. 3742
War comic (‘No Higher Stakes’) C.N. 6377
War, Platitudes on (Eric Anton Kreuter) CFF 316-317 + ‘Chess and War’ feature article
Ward, Chris CFF 229
Ward, Jacqueline C.N. 7596
Ward, William C.N. 8200
Ward v Hall ACO 85
Ware/Young v Zukertort KCK 81-82
Warfare C.N.s 4745, 4754, 4787, 4957, 4998, 5253, 5786
Warren v Selman (Budapest Defence miniature) CE 50 + C.N.s 7694, 7717, 7771
Warriors of the Mind by Raymond Keene and Nathan Divinsky CE 227-230; ACO 141-142 + ‘Warriors of the Mind’ feature article
Warsaw, 1910 C.N.s 3990, 4062, 4111
Warsaw, 1935 Olympiad (Beachcomber on the British team’s departure) C.N. 7280
Washington v London cable match, 1930 C.N. 6033
Washington Chess Club v New York Chess Club CFF 23-24
Water and poison quote about Lasker (Mieses, not Spielmann) C.N. 7697
Waterman, Dennis (photograph with Peter Falk) C.N. 6855
Watson v Koshnitsky CFF 15-16
Watson v N.N. KCK 43
Watson, John ACO 306-307
Watts, William Henry C.N. 5316
Watts v Crawford CFF 54-55
Waugh, Evelyn C.N. 8224
Wayne, Richard C.N.s 5422, 5445
Wayte v Martínez ACO 78 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Wealth at death of chess figures C.N. 6418
Weart, Edith Lucie C.N. 6329
Webb v Cafferty (annotational errors by Ritson Morry) C.N. 8400
Webster, Tom ‘Chess Cartoons by Tom Webster’ feature article
Weil, Gottlieb (‘G. Wiel’) ACO 354; CFF 296-297 (including game v Hannah) + C.N.s 4751, 4755, 4760, 6954, 7414
Weinstein, Raymond CE 126-127 + C.N. 5069
Weinstein, Samuil Osipovich C.N. 5756
Weiss v Blackburne C.N. 6644
Wellisch v Seitz C.N. 8519
Wellmuth, Francis J. (book later ascribed to Al Horowitz) ACO 129 + C.N.s 3722, 3793, 5430, 5439 + ‘The Horowitz-Wellmuth Affair’ feature article
Wendel v Nimzowitsch C.N.s 6719, 6737
Wenman, Francis Percival (charged with plagiarism) C.N. 5641
Wenman, Francis Percival  (inscription/signature) C.N. 6923
Werner v Spielmann ACO 73
Wernich, Major H. C.N. 5403
Westbury, Eric Ernest C.N. 6457
Westminster Papers (pseudonymous editor Telemachus Brownsmith) C.N.s 7422, 8269
West Wing, The C.N. 6192
Wheat and chaff (criticism of Selkirk) C.N. 6579
Wheatcroft, George Shorrock Ashcombe (photographs) C.N.s 7378, 7397, 7403
Wheeler, Charles Henry C.N. 3679
‘While there’s check there’s hope’ C.N. 6884
Whitaker, Norman Tweed (correspondence chess story) C.N. 6318
Whitaker, Norman Tweed (photograph with William H. Hughes) C.N. 7106
Whitaker v Capablanca C.N. 5077
White, Alain Campbell (Christmas series) C.N. 8070
White, Alain Campbell (Collection) C.N.s 6678, 6703, 7325
White, Alain Campbell (early compositions) C.N. 4875
White, Alain Campbell (photograph with dog) C.N. 5925
White, John Griswold (painting) C.N. 4205
White v Ballou C.N. 8533 + ‘Royal Walkabouts’ feature article
White moves first C.N.s 5447, 5454
Whiteman, Paul (‘King of Jazz’) C.N. 7454
Whyld, Kenneth ACO 141-142, 305, 308 + ‘Edge, Morphy and Staunton’ feature article
Wiarda v Kostić KCK 111
Wiasemsky (Wiazemsky), Princess Tatiana C.N. 7633
Wieckmann v Labbé ACO 21 + ‘Stalemate’ feature article
Wiel v N.N. ACO 354 (see under Weil above
Wiener Schachzeitung (available on-line) C.N. 7728
Wiker v Sandéhn CE 34
Wikipedia entries C.N.s 5919 (Gossip and Myers), 8122 (Zukertort), 8123 (Simpson’s-in-the-Strand), 8130
Wikipedia (entries turned into books) C.N.s 6380, 6771
Wilde, Oscar (poem on spelling) KCK 255
Wilder, Billy (letter in Chess Review) C.N. 7396
Williams, Elijah (anticipation of Nimzowitsch?) C.N. 3764
Williams v Staunton C.N. 7854, 7858
Williams, Philip Hamilton CFF 173-175 + C.N.s 6036, 7214 + ‘Genius’ feature article
Williams v Wight CE 30-31 + 7214
Williams v Falconer KCK 200
Willow Cabins (photograph of Dorothy Tutin and Clive Swift) C.N. 5236
Wilson, Harry (gave knight odds to Labourdonnais) C.N.s 6506, 6532
Wilson, William C. (murder of) C.N. 3891 + ‘Chess and Murder’ feature article
Winawer, Szymon (Nuremberg, 1883 dentist story) C.N. 7302
Winchester Whisperer, The (clandestine publication with chess feature by ‘Knight Errant’) C.N. 8093
Wincor, Richard C.N. 5269
Windows used as chess squares (University of California) C.N. 5481
Wing gambits ACO 68-69 + C.N. 3857 (Garrat)
Winning a won game (remark that nothing is harder) ACO 392 + C.N. 5349
Winning streaks ACO 236
Winter v Beckner KCK 6
Winter, William (Diggle on) C.N. 6121
Winter, William (caricature and Time and Space) C.N. 7117
Winter, William (error regarding Nimzowitsch and Burn) CE 145
Winter, William (height) C.N.s 3959, 4007, 4059, 4350, 4734
Winter, William (memoirs in CHESS) CE 244-245
Winter, William (sentenced for seditious speeches) CE 124-125
Winter, William and Frederick Yates (physical appearance) ACO 308
Winter, William and Sultan Khan C.N. 3960
Winter v Capablanca (1931) C.N. 8193
Winter v Capablanca (1936) CE 161
Winter v Gemzøe KCK 262
Wisbey (Wisby) v Whiltard photograph C.N. 4223
Wishful thinking (remark by Botterill) CE 239-240
Wiswell, Tom (appearance on What’s My Line?) C.N. 6716
Wohlbrecht v Lee KCK 127
Wojciechowski v Rubinstein C.N. 4653
Wolf v Terho (photograph, London, 1927) C.N. 7981
Wolf v Weiss C.N. 6352
Woliston, Philip ACO 359-360; CFF 183
Women (Ladies) CE 134; KCK 305-306; ACO 369; CFF 126-129, 323 + C.N.s 4085, 5016 (Diggle), 5769 (earliest club), 5775 (earliest club and earliest game), photograph (dated 1872) 6037, 6651 (bump of reason), 6902 (Pillsbury article), 7066 (views of Gresser), 7681 (defeat of Löwenthal), 8246 (comments by Ernest Reel), 8315 (comments by Donner) + ‘Chess and Women’ feature article
Women in Chess (by John Graham) C.N. 1405 + ‘Chess Jottings’ feature article
Women’s world championship KCK 328; CFF 285
Womersley, Frederick William (murder of) CFF 163-173 (including game with Janowsky v Blackburne and Friedberger) + ‘Chessplayer Shot Dead in Hastings’ feature article
Wonderful world of chess CFF 251
Wood, Baruch Harold (column in the Illustrated London News) C.N. 5225
Wood, Baruch Harold (G.H. Diggle on) C.N. 7425
‘Woodshifting’ CFF 119-120  + C.N.s 4325, 4815, 5378 (Poussebois), 5567 (story by Marc Benoit)
Woolf, George William CE 53 + ‘Chess Prodigies’ feature article
Woolf v N.N. CE 53
World champion (early uses of the term) KCK 324-325; ACO 169, 353; CFF 269 + C.N.s 3968 (Blackburne, Mackenzie and Gunsberg), 4413 (Anderssen/Anderson chess and checkers/draughts claim), 4418 (Anderson and Wyllie in checkers/draughts), 4434 (Anderson), 4543 (description of Staunton in 1846), 4603 (billiards), 4604, 4637, 5095 (Philidor), 5291 (Morphy), 5465 (Staunton and Zukertort), 5893 (Steinitz), 7112 (Zukertort), 7119 (Mackenzie) + ‘Early Uses of ‘World Chess Champion’’ feature article
World champion needed? ACO 372
World Champion Combinations by Raymond Keene and Eric Schiller KCK 369-374 + C.N. 7884 + ‘World Champion Combinations’ feature article
World champions’ knowledge of chess history C.N.s 4806, 4810
World championship bickering ACO 167-168
World championship disorder (1930s) ACO 184-189 + ‘World Championship Disorder’ feature article
World championship (inaccuracy by Bob Rice on FIDE’s role) KCK 277
World championship (earliest) in other fields CFF 102
World junior championship, Mexico, 1981 (request for game-scores by Nigel Short) C.N.s 4607, 4618
Worrell, John C.N. 7028
Worst book (nominations) ACO 327, 335-337 + C.N. 4110
Worst start to tournament KCK 301
Wosner v Distler CFF 27
Wreford Brown, Charles (including: Paris Olympiad, 1924; game against Gibbs; alleged invention of the term ‘soccer’) C.N. 4793
Wrestling CFF 71 + C.N. 5571
Wright, R.J. (problem with both kings in check) C.N. 8121
Writers and players ACO 389 + ‘How to Write about Chess’ feature article
Wrong century KCK 268, ACO 289 + C.N.s 4823, 6120
Wyvill formation C.N.s 8256, 8268
X-ray attack C.N.s 4231, 4245
Xu Jun v Ivanchuk KCK 18-19
Yanjindulan v Tsereteli C.N. 6778
Yanofsky, Daniel Abraham (Abe) ACO 245 + 8175
Yanofsky v Tornerup C.N. 8175
‘Yanowsky v Toriran’ C.N.s 8116, 8175
Yarmouth, 1935 C.N. 7018
Yatagan Variation CFF 304 + C.N. 4438
Yates, F.D. (G.H. Diggle on) C.N. 7175
Yates, F.D. (including circumstances of death) CE 118-119 + C.N. 7175
Yates, F.D. (Fred Dewhirst Yates) C.N. 7910
Yates v Alekhine C.N. 7746
Yates v Allies C.N. 7641
Yates v Buerger (Wing Gambit) C.N. 6387
Yates v Randall C.N. 7230
Yee v Hodgson C.N. 8210          
Young, Edward (alleged Reinfeld pseudonym) KCK 327-328 + C.N. 5014
Young, Franklin Knowles CE 203-205; KCK 168; CFF 245 + C.N.s 6444, 6445, 6447 (Tranmer and Warburton) + ‘Franklin Knowles Young’ feature article
Young v Doré C.N. 7096
Young, Graham C.N. 5939
Youngest chess journalist C.N. 6338
Youngest magazine editor C.N. 8231
Youngest player of recorded game KCK 234
Youngest problemist KCK 234
Youngest subject of chess book ACO 274
Younkman v Coleman ACO 132
Youthful chess achievements C.N. 5434
Yumashev, Andrei Borisovich C.N. 7817
Zajczyk v Hanke C.N. 8630
Zak, Yakov C.N. 7726
Zamora, Jorge (Jorge Sammour Hasbun) C.N. 4256
Zeissl v Hamlisch ACO 48
Zemgalis, Elmars C.N. 8264
Zemitis, Val (Valdemars) C.N. 7600
Zero points scored in tournament CE 107
Zhelnin v Semeniuk CE 13
Zinkl, Adolf C.N.s 3834, 4839 (information about death), 4840 (will)
Zita v Junge CE 43
Znosko-Borovsky, Eugène (anecdote about book on Capablanca’s losses) KCK 274 + ‘Chess Anecdotes’ feature article
Znosko-Borovsky, Eugène (book dedication to sanatorium) C.N. 4692
Znosko-Borovsky, Eugène (book on Capablanca and Alekhine) C.N. 4430
Znosko-Borovsky, Eugène (British tour, 1936) C.N. 8106
Znosko-Borovsky, Eugène (non-chess activities) C.N.s 5227, 5451
Znosko-Borovsky, Eugène (simultaneous displays) CFF 321-322 + C.N.s 6809, 6810
Znosko-Borovsky, Eugène (The Middle Game in Chess and language matters) C.N.s 5397, 5406
Znosko-Borovsky v Alekhine C.N. 5693
Znosko-Borovsky v Colle match CFF 84
Zollner, Louis C.N. 6607
Zonal tournaments (proposed in 1940) ACO 176
Zugzwang KCK 242-246; ACO 40, 198; CFF 77-79 + C.N.s 4315, 5147, 5285, 6756, 6768, 7165, 8147, 8615 + ‘Zugzwang’ feature article
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann (and Sir George Thomas) C.N. 4764
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann (blindfold game in Washington) C.N. 4720
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann (blindfold games against Brooks, Schlesinger, Smith and Kimmell) C.N. 8514
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann (burial) C.N. 8616
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann (death) C.N. 8122
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann (naturalization as British citizen) C.N. 4714
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann (reaction to 1 g4 in a blindfold exhibition) C.N. 7112
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann (reminiscences by R.J. Wright) ACO 283
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann (visiting card) ACO 37
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann (Wikipedia entry) C.N. 8122
Zukertort labelled world champion ACO 297 (description by Marshall) + C.N. 7112
Zukertort on opening fashions ACO 369-370
Zukertort v Adair ACO 290 + C.N. 7008
Zukertort v Bash C.N. 6300
Zukertort v Blackburne (faster win) ACO 5 + C.N. 3864
Zukertort v Carr ACO 99-100
Zukertort v Count de Kostaki Epoureano (odds game) C.N.s 5564, 5568 (Manolache Kostaki Epureanu), 5580
Zukertort v Jones ACO 99
Zukertort v N.N. ACO 364
Zukertort v W. Paulsen anecdote C.N. 5704
Zukertort v Steinitz (photograph at Brunswick, 1880) C.N. 7795
Zukertort v Steinitz (repetition of position) C.N. 6859
Zweig, Stefan C.N.s 6940, 7731, 7744 + ‘Stefan Zweig and Chess’ feature article
Zwischenfehler ACO 61
Zwischenzug C.N.s 4314, 5623



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