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Member since May-28-11 · Last seen Sep-16-14
Just a former chess player.

   jnpope has kibitzed 260 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-20-14 De Riviere vs Morphy, 1863
jnpope: After 19...Qxh3+ 20.Kg1 I don't see a quick mate for Black. I think 19...Bxh3 is the proper move.
   Aug-11-14 D G Baird vs J Mason, 1889
jnpope: <<An unfortunate incident marred the beginning of yesterday's games. James Mason, who came from London, but who, twenty odds years ago, lived in New York, and played in the large billiard and chess room in the basement of the building at the corner of Fulton and Nassau streets,
   Jul-16-14 Lasker - Marshall World Championship Match (1907)
jnpope: I still haven't found a photograph, but I did find this recently... <F. J. Marshall, first prize, $500 and a gold medal, inscribed "CHAMPION;" Max Judd, second, $300; Louis Uedemann, Western champion, third, $150; Emil Kemeny, fourth, $100; fifth, $50, tied for and divided by ...
   Jul-02-14 Steinitz vs Pillsbury, 1892 (replies)
jnpope: <Consultation game played at the Boston Chess Club on the 2d inst. by W. Steinitz against H. N. Stone, assisted by J. F. Barry in the first part of the game and by H. N. Pillsbury in the latter part. It was agreed that the single player should conduct the attack against the Stone ...
   Jul-01-14 Mackenzie vs J F Barry, 1879 (replies)
jnpope: Still not John Finan Barry.
   Jun-27-14 jnpope chessforum
jnpope: Who the heck is Richard Pope?
   May-22-14 Harry Nelson Pillsbury (replies)
jnpope: Originally I had planned on publishing chess columns. I had done a small run of Morphy's chess column and I was working on doing a Steinitz set. Jack was doing the proofreading when he got busy babysitting a new grandchild. So things slowed down considerably on that front and I moved
   Apr-18-14 Lasker - Steinitz World Championship (1894) (replies)
jnpope: <Lossmaster> is correct (and nice find of a contemporary source for that photograph). Photographs from all three playing locations exist:
   Mar-14-14 Theophilus Thompson
jnpope: I found another Thompson game. I'll just leave a link for now and submit it as a new game after I enter it into my database:
   Mar-05-14 Siegbert Tarrasch (replies)
jnpope: I've uploaded January, 1902 of the North American to the CA website, there are only two notes to the Newman game by Kemeny, no mention of the Lee game:
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