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[Feb Dxnr.D Piiess Association.] CnnTSTCTR*J?CH. December 30. —Third Hound.— Barnr* v. G'rier-on 'Queen's Gambit. Declined).— At move 19 Barnes annexed a pawn, and the game was adjourned to another sitting. Jf ill v Kellins; (Vienna Game!.—Hill drifted into a bad position, and Kolling mated on the 24th move. Dod(L v. Severno iGinoco Pianoi.—An even game throughout; diawn on 23th mart*. Mara. v. B. G. Fox.—Owing to Fox'withdrawil Man, scored by default. C. E. Fox v. Hicks (Queen's Gambit, Declined!.—Fox won a pawn at, move 1", rind two more later, and secured hi< oiiponi-nt'--resignation on the 41st move. Moore v. Pleasants ißny Lopez;. Pleasants got into a. cramped position, and. losing a piece, surrendered at move 25. Iluekctt, a, bye.

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THE CHESS CONGRESS, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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THE CHESS CONGRESS Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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