Rice Memorial 1916 / Round 2

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Rice Memorial 1916 : Jan 18 1916 Manhattan Chess Club

Chess Board

 Rd2 Newell W. Banks – J.R. Capablanca  0-1

1  Capablanca  12.0
2  Janowski       8.5
3  Kostic         8.5
4  Kupchik      8.5
5  Chajes         8.0
6  Rosenthal      7.5
7  Fox           7.0
8  Bernstein    7.0
9  Schroeder      5.5
10 Hodges         5.0
11 Black         5.0
12 Tennenwurzel 3.5
13 Perkins       3.0
14 Banks         2.0

 

 

Rice Memorial 1916 :

The original idea was to invite primarily American masters and leading European players who might be able to compete despite the war. Invitations were sent to Alekhine, Capablanca, Marshall, Showalter, Kostic, Edward Lasker, Chajes, Kupchik, and Norman T. Whitaker. No reply was received from Alekhine, which given the conditions of the time surprised nobody. Marshall refused to compete after a dispute over a retaining fee, and neither Edward Lasker nor Whitaker chose to play. However, David Janowski was able to travel over from France to add some international flavor. The rest of the field consisted of chess masters chiefly from New York and a checkers player from Detroit, as listed in the [American Chess Bulletin] of February, 1916:

Jose Raul Capablanca of Havana;  David Janowski of Paris; Borislav Kostic of Budapest; Albert Whiting Fox of Washington; Newell William Banks of Detroit (American champion at checkers); Albert Hodges of Staten Island; Abraham Kupchik and Jacob Carl Rosenthal of the Manhattan Chess Club; Oscar Chajes, Jacob Bernstein and Edward Tennenwurzel, of the Isaac L. Rice Progressive Chess Club; Roy Turnbull Black, Frank Kendall Perkins, Alfred Schroeder of the Brooklyn Chess Club.

Full article of Rice Memorial   http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chess.pl?tid=79503

 

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  1. Newell William Banks vs Jose Raul Capablanca
    Rice Memorial (1916) · Spanish Game: Exchange. Alekhine Variation (C68)
    1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Bxc6 dxc6 5. d4 exd4 6. Qxd4 Qxd4 7. Nxd4 Bd6 8. O-O Ne7 9. Nd2 O-O 10. Nc4 Ng6 11. Nxd6 cxd6 12. Be3 f5 13. exf5 Bxf5 14. Nxf5 Rxf5 15. Rad1 d5 16. f4 Re8 17. Rf3 Re4 18. g3 Ne5 19. Rff1 Rxe3 20. fxe5 Rxf1 21. Kxf1 Rxe5 22. Rd3 Kf7 23. Rb3 Re7 24. Rf3 Ke8 25. Rb3 Kd8 26. Rf3 Kc7 27. Rf8 c5 28. b3 d4 29. Kf2 Kb6 30. a3 Re3 31. Rf7 Rc3 32. Rxg7 Rxc2 33. Ke1 Rxh2 34. Rd7 Kc6 35. Rd8 Rb2 36. b4 cxb4 37. axb4 Rxb4 38. Rh8 a5 39. Rxh7 a4 40. Kd2 a3 41. Rh1 Rb2 42. Kd3 a2 43. Ra1 Kd5 44. g4 b5 45. g5 Rg2 46. g6 b4 47. g7 Rxg7 48. Rxa2 Rg3 49. Ke2 Rg2 50. Kd3 Rg3 51. Ke2 b3 52. Ra8 b2 53. Rb8 Kc4 54. Rc8 Kb3 55. Rb8 Kc2

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