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🏆 Hastings 1923/24

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The fourth of the annual Christmas chess festivals held at Hastings occurred at the end of the year in 1923. Ten European chess masters were invited to participate in the round robin event, including Geza Maróczy, Jacques Mieses, and the talented Dutch amateur, Max Euwe. Euwe won the first of three Hastings titles here with an impressive final score of 7˝/9. ... [more]

Player: Jacques Mieses

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. R P Michell vs J Mieses  1-0481923Hastings 1923/24B01 Scandinavian
2. J Mieses vs J H Blake  ½-½391923Hastings 1923/24C45 Scotch Game
3. J Mieses vs J A Seitz  0-1481923Hastings 1923/24A07 King's Indian Attack
4. Euwe vs J Mieses 1-0321923Hastings 1923/24A52 Budapest Gambit
5. Colle vs J Mieses  1-0491923Hastings 1923/24A25 English
6. J Mieses vs Yates ½-½531924Hastings 1923/24C45 Scotch Game
7. H E Price vs J Mieses 0-1231924Hastings 1923/24A85 Dutch, with c4 & Nc3
8. J Mieses vs Maroczy  0-1371924Hastings 1923/24A07 King's Indian Attack
9. G Norman vs J Mieses  0-1341924Hastings 1923/24A90 Dutch
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