Marshall-Blizzard Philadelphia Simul 27 August 1933

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Marshall-Blizzard Philadelphia Simul 27 August 1933 - the final score of lOS - H. Rupert Cross, the...
the final score of lOS - H. Rupert Cross, the blind competitor on the British chess championship, here seen to advantage against C. H O. D. Alexander, one of the greatest - of the young Englishmen of the "Attacking School." Here Alexander. through his eighth move, eventually wins a Pcwn, only to find that the opening of the long diagonal (his QR1 to KFW works out to the benefit of his Ingenious opponent. ENGLISH OPENINO A'exander Cro.s Wlii'e BUrk 1 P - QB4 KI - KB3 2 Kt - B3 P - B4 3 P - KK13 P - KKt3 4 B - Kt2 B - KL2 5 KI - B3 K1 - B3 6 P - KI3 P - Q4 7 K! - B4 P - i S BxKt' - h? PxB 9 Kt - OR4 Cait.es 10 K! - Q3 Kt - Q2 11 B - R3 P - K4 12 P - B3 R - Kl 13 Castles P - K5! A rx.mder Cross 14 KtQ3ixBP KtxKt 4 Hill IV 15 BxKl PxP 18 PxP 17 R - Bl 18 K - Rl 19 R - Kl 20 P - B4 21 KtxB 22 RxRch 23 Q - Ktl 24 R - R3 25 KtxP P - Q6! B - QSch B - R6 OBI BxB Q - Q5 RxR Q - Q3 R - K7 P - QB!litl 26 Resnntibi a Much stronger White's Oueen, tnan winning (b) Black's threat was 26 . . . Q - QB3 c!i and mate next move. If 26, Kt - K5, RxKt (Again better than winning the Queen by B - Kt7 ch; 27. R - KB3 (27. Q - B2, Q - QB3 ch; 28. R - KE3, R - K8 ch; 29. QxR, QxR ch; 30. K - Ktl. 2 - Kt7 mate), Q - QB3; 28. Q - B2, QxR ch!; 29. QxQ, R - K8 ch; 30. Q - Bl, RxQ mate. State Champion Harry Morris Informs us Saturday, Sept. 2, a Rap'd Transit tourney was held at the Mer - cantile Chess club In Philadelphia with the following results: Levin and Regan tied 8 - 1, Weiner 7 - 2, Morris 6 - 3. Vanderslice 5'i - 3H. Wilkinson 4 - 5, Strang 2'i - 6,. Gotleib 2 - 7. Glover l'.i - 74, Stutman 'i - 8H. He also informs us that United States' champion, F. J. Marshall played 22 simultaneous games with a group of Philadelphians on Aug. 27. The results wer the lone player scored IT wins, 4 draws, and last 1. G. Blizzard of the North City club, won his game while H. Weinholtz, Burd Glover and Nelson drew. We append the game won by Blizzard. QUEEN'S PAWN OPENING N:mzowitch flvstem Simultaneous Display Marshall BUr.zard Marahall Blizzard Black P - B4 QxB KR - K RxR - K - B2 White 1 P - Q4 3 P - QB4 I Kt - QBI 4 Q - KtJ 5 QxB 6 B - K'S 7 P - K3 I Kt - B3 9 B - Ql 10 O - O 11 B - R4 13 KR - K 13 PxB Black P - K3 Xt - KB3 B - Kt5 BxKt P - QKtS B - Ktl P - Q1 Kt - QJ Q B P - KR3 P - B4 BxKt PxP P - Q4 O - O O - Kt KtxP QR - QB Whit 19 J Q2 2D BxKt 21 B - K7 32 RxR 33 R - KS 24 B - R3 25 Q - Kt4 3 Q - K 27 P - Kt4() 2 P - Q5 29 R - Q3 30 K - B 31 Q - KJ 32 K - K 33 K - Q2 34 OxKt J5 Q - K3I7!!) 36 Reeigna KI - B3 Q - Q F - BJ P - QKt4 KtxP Q - Kt4ch Kt - BS Q - Kt7oh Q - K'Hih KtxR QxPoh R - Q3ch 14 PxP 15 C3R - B 16 P - Ktl 17 PxP II B - K4 End Game No. 54 Solution 1K - R3, K - Kt8; 2B - Kt6. P - K14!; 3R - B6. QxR; 4BxP, Q - B7; 5BxQ, KxB; 6P - Q4. End Game No. 55

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  1. Reading Times,
  2. 11 Sep 1933, Mon,
  3. Page 12

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