|6th Anglo-American Cable Match (1901)|
<Match 6, April 19-20, 1901: United States 5, Great Britain 5>|
(USA White on the odd-numbered boards)
It was now the USA's turn to be within one win of retaining the Newnes Cup permanently, but the British just hung on with a tie match that broke several streaks. Pillsbury finally collected a win on board 1 over Blackburne, but Showalter suffered his first loss and Barry his first draw. On the other hand, Hymes ended his run of draws with a victory, but it was not enough.
USA 5.0 GBR 5.0
1 Pillsbury 1 Blackburne 0
2 Showalter 0 Mason 1
3 Barry ½ Lee ½
4 Hodges ½ Mills ½
5 Hymes 1 Atkins 0
6 Voigt ½ Bellingham ½
7 Marshall 0 Ward 1
8 Bampton ½ Jackson ½
9 Newman 1 Jacobs 0
10 Howell 0 Michell 1
The 5th Anglo-American Cable Match (1900) and 7th Anglo-American Cable Match (1902) were the previous and next editions of this team match-up for the Newnes Cup.
Original collection: Game Collection: Anglo-American Cable Matches, 1896-1911, by User: Phony Benoni.
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