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Thomas Francis Lawrence vs Albert Whiting Fox
Cambridge Springs (1904), Cambridge Springs, PA USA, rd 5, May-02
Sicilian Defense: Closed. Fianchetto Variation (B24)  ·  0-1
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Apr-24-02  bishop: Many players would have played a couple of moves before giving up.
Dec-02-03  CambridgeSprings1904: Most databases give White's first name as Charles ("C" on this site). In compiling my non-commercial web site on the Cambridge Springs 1904 tournament, I noted that many other sources refer to him as T.F. Lawrence. Can anyone clarify this discrepancy for me?
Dec-30-03  CambridgeSprings1904: Update: Lawrence and CS1904 was indeed Thomas F. Lawrence. This is one of several database errors that I found when doing research for my website.
Mar-15-10  jstufflebean: Forgive my novice curiosity, but why is white resigning at this point? How is this game lost?
Mar-15-10
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  Chessical: <jstufflebean>Perhaps it is a loss on time? White appears to be winning at the end of the game. For instance

<27. Rcf1> Rxc2 28. Rf6 Qe7 29. Nh5! gxh5 30. Qxh5 Rc1 31. Rh6 and wins.

Mar-15-10
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  Calli: "According to the Daily Bulletin, Lawrence lost on time."

From Steve Etzel's CS 1904 site:
http://home.roadrunner.com/~etzel/r...

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