The Hamilton-Russell Cup: 100 Years of Convivial Chess and the Man Behind It - Britten & Rosenbaum


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The Hamilton-Russell Cup: 100 Years of Convivial Chess and the Man Behind It
by Norman Britten & Danny Rosenbaum

Published to mark the 100th anniversary of the Hamilton-Russell Cup, the book shines a light on one of the chess world’s most important but least known figures, Frederick Gustavus Hamilton-Russell. It also provides an authoritative history of the competition he founded - the Hamilton-Russell Cup.


The book has many layers and as well as being a chess biography is in many ways also a social history. Additionally, there is a foreword by Viscount Boyne (Gustavus Michael Stucley Hamilton-Russell); and there are games annotations by GM Matthew Sadler.
The Authors: Norman Britten is social secretary of the RAC’s chess circle and a regular player in the Hamilton-Russell Cup; and Danny Rosenbaum is social media manager of the English Chess Federation and is a former editor of their magazine ChessMoves. He is secretary of the Hamilton-Russell Cup.

Hardback | Pages: 284 | ISBN: 9780955954023

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