Clipped From The Times-Picayune
ONE AGAINST THIRTEEN. SECOND TOURNAMENT AT THE CHE33 CLUB. t'asi. Mackenzie Wine Ten Gaases and DraMH Three. Last nigbt, at the rooms of the Chess Club, Capt. Mackenzie played the second of bn series of tournament games He undertook thirteen adversaries, with whom be coatee coatee ted the checkered field on as many sep arate chess - boards. Tbe players were ranged In tbe following orfler: Messrs. J. D. Seguin, L. L. Labatt, A. E Blaokmar, E. fttlnvielie, A. Jardet, A. L. Labry, E. D. Nores, M.J. imnn. A. C. Biauohard, K. H. Fatrar, E. F. Vlx, J. Wlbray and C. N. L 1 wards. Tbe play lng commenced at 8 o'olook and was continued to ten minutes past 1J, when the last game was finished. The games were ended In the following order: Mr. Nores resigned on tbe 31st move. Mr. Wlbray surrendered at tbe 32d, Mr. Blanch Blanch ard at the 33d. Mr. Edwards at the 30 th, and Messrs. Blackmar and Jardet at the 37th. At tbe 44th, Messrs. Beguln and Labry sucenmbed. Boon after midnight Mr. Dunn, who bad played a very long game, surrendered, and a few minutes afterwards Mr. Farrar followed followed suit. These ten games were won by Cant. Mackenzie. On the other band, the following gentle men succeeded in drawing their games: Mr. Labatt, on the 3Cth round ; Mr. Vlx, on the 3"th move, and Mr. Minvielle, on the 38th. These gentlemen. If they did not gain victories, at least showed great skill in p re vtntlng their distinguished adversary froai defeating them. These games were played with great care and deliberation, and the entire series pre sen ted some tioe combinations and brillitnt passages. It was an interesting ocjasua for tbe loveis of the game.