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Max Marchand
Number of games in database: 107
Years covered: 1913 to 1922

Overall record: +47 -34 =26 (56.1%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.

With the White pieces:
 Four Knights (15) 
    C48 C49
 Queen's Pawn Game (7) 
    D02 E10 A46
 Orthodox Defense (5) 
    D67 D66 D68 D63
 Queen's Gambit Declined (4) 
 Tarrasch Defense (4) 
With the Black pieces:
 French Defense (17) 
    C11 C12 C01 C10 C02
 Sicilian (14) 
    B74 B32 B73 B56 B21
 French (12) 
    C11 C12 C10
 Sicilian Dragon (5) 
    B74 B73
 Dutch Defense (4) 
    A84 A81
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   M Marchand vs K Kullberg, 1920 1-0

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   Gothenburg B (1920)
   Amsterdam (1920)
   Hastings (1919)

GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
   Gothenburg B 1920 by Tabanus

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(born Nov-24-1888, died Apr-26-1957, 68 years old) Netherlands

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Max Marchand was born in Amsterdam. During World War I, Marchand played only in neutral Netherlands and Denmark. In 1915, he took 2nd in Amsterdam, won in Scheveningen, and took 2nd in Rotterdam. In 1916, he tied for 2nd-4th, behind Paul F Johner, in Copenhagen (the 9th Nordic Chess Championship), and won in Amsterdam. In 1918, he won in Amsterdam, shared 1st in Arnhem, took 3rd in Hertogenbosch, and tied for 5-6th in Scheveningen (Rudolf Johannes Loman won).

In 1919, after World War I, he became the 4th Dutch Champion. In the same year, he also shared 1st with Richard Reti in Amsterdam. In 1920, he won and tied for 2nd-3rd, behind George Alan Thomas, in Bromley.

He passed away in Baarn in 1957.

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 page 1 of 5; games 1-25 of 107  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. M Marchand vs H van Hartingsvelt  1-0451913VAS EasterC01 French, Exchange
2. M Marchand vs W Jurgschat  1-0511914NSB - NW SchachverbandB06 Robatsch
3. J C Reeders vs M Marchand  ½-½281914HaarlemB21 Sicilian, 2.f4 and 2.d4
4. H van Hartingsvelt vs M Marchand  0-1731915ScheveningenB73 Sicilian, Dragon, Classical
5. M Marchand vs G Oskam  ½-½341915RotterdamC48 Four Knights
6. B J van Trotsenburg vs M Marchand  0-1401915RotterdamA84 Dutch
7. E Jacobson vs M Marchand 0-1381916Nordic Congress 7thB73 Sicilian, Dragon, Classical
8. M Marchand vs J Giersing  1-0281916Nordic Congress 7thD30 Queen's Gambit Declined
9. M Marchand vs O Krause  ½-½341916Nordic Congress 7thC49 Four Knights
10. M Marchand vs G Nyholm  ½-½631916Nordic Congress 7thC49 Four Knights
11. M Marchand vs B J van Trotsenburg  1-0201916AmsterdamD02 Queen's Pawn Game
12. O Loewenborg vs M Marchand 1-0241916Nordic Congress 7thA84 Dutch
13. P F Johner vs M Marchand  ½-½401916Nordic Congress 7thC01 French, Exchange
14. M Marchand vs S O Svensson  1-0351916Nordic Congress 7thC66 Ruy Lopez
15. G Oskam vs M Marchand  1-0291916SSS-RSGB32 Sicilian
16. P F van Hoorn vs M Marchand  ½-½311916AmsterdamB20 Sicilian
17. M Marchand vs Weenink  1-0381916VAS AmsterdamD02 Queen's Pawn Game
18. M Marchand vs Olland  1-0181916AmsterdamC48 Four Knights
19. W Fick vs M Marchand  ½-½431917corrC65 Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense
20. Olland vs M Marchand 1-0291917Utrecht mD32 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch
21. Olland vs M Marchand  1-0521917Utrecht mC11 French
22. M Marchand vs Olland  0-1331917corrC48 Four Knights
23. M Marchand vs Loman  0-1211917SSS CupC49 Four Knights
24. M Marchand vs Olland  1-0541917Utrecht mC42 Petrov Defense
25. G Fontein vs M Marchand  0-1521917SSS CupC11 French
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Nov-24-07  BIDMONFA: Max Marchand


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  whiteshark: player of the day

What did he from 1922 onwards ?

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  brankat: It looks like Mr.Marchand was quite successful for some 5-6 years period (1916-22), albeit in second-3rd rate tournaments of the period.

Five days younger than Capablanca! I guess that explains it :-)

R.I.P. master Marchand.

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