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THE CHESS TOURNEY

The following are the results of the 11th round : Barnes v. Mara (Queen's Gambit Declined).—Adjourned. Barnes is a pawn to the good, and has a knight against a bishop. Severn© v. Hill (Four Knight Game). — Adjourned ; an even game. Kelling v. Pleasants (Queen's Gambit Declined). —Pleasants lost a. pawn in the opening, but gained eome attack. Later on, however, he lost a queen for a rook and a knight, and resigned at move- 27. Moore v. Grierson (Buy Lopez).—Moore had a strong attack, but did not make the most, of it, and Grierson, getting the upper hand, won on the 64th move. Hicks v. Buckett (French Defence.). —An even game all through ; drawn on the 39th move. B. G. Fox v. Dodds.—Dodds won by default. 0. E, Fox. a bye. Three unfinished games were got off in the afternoon, Barnes winning from Grier-

son (round Z) and Keling winning from Buckett (round 6), while in the game Hill v Pleasants (round 10) a draw was agreed to without farther play. The position is as follows: Games. Wins. Losses. Kelling ... .„ 10 9£ $ Barnes ... .„ ... 7 6J, £ C. E. Fox 10 6 4 0-rierson 9 5£ 3£ Hicks 9 5i 3Jj Buckett „„ ... 9 5 4 ! iSeverno 8 5 3 j Hill ... ... .- 9 4i 4* | Moore. „ 9 4 5 j Mara 9 3j 5£ Dodds ...„,... 10 31 6£ Pleasants 10 IJ, 8i

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THE CHESS TOURNEY, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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THE CHESS TOURNEY Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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