James Mason in America: The Early Chess Career, 1867-1878 - Joost Van Winsen



James Mason in America by Joost van Winsen
The Early Chess Career, 1867-1878

About the Book
Few men are prominent chess players as well as esteemed chess writers. James Mason, in his lifetime, had the reputation of being both. This book chronicles Mason's early career in the United States, providing many details on his writings and annotations for The Spirit of the Times and The American Chess Journal, his participation in the é Europa and é International tournaments, his win in 1876's Fourth American Chess Congress, and his matches against chess greats like George H. Mackenzie, Eugene Delmar, Dion M. Martinez, Edward Alberoni, and Henry E. Bird. Mason's efforts to establish an American Chess Association and to arrange an international centennial congress in 1876 are also explored. In addition to the general index, the work also includes indexes of games, annotators, and openings.

About the Author
Journalist Joost van Winsen lives in the Netherlands. He has previously written about American chess history of the Nineteenth century, and has contributed articles to Chesscafé.com and ChessArcheology.com.

Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Pages: 384
Bibliographic Info: 43 photos, 232 diagrams, appendix, notes, bibliography, indexes
Copyright Date: 2020 [2011]
pISBN: 978-1-4766-7943-3
eISBN: 978-1-4766-3957-4
Imprint: McFarland

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