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Max Judd vs Harry Davidson
4th American Chess Congress (1876), Philadelphia, PA USA, rd 3, Aug-18
English Opening: Anglo-Dutch Defense (A10)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jan-06-11  markbstephenson: evidently white has a perpetual check, so why was this game not a draw? Did Judd lose on time?
Mar-18-13
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  Tabanus: This game was probably drawn. The crosstable in "The Brooklyn Daily Eagle", Sept. 7, 1876 has 1 1/2 to 1/2 for Judd vs Davidson.
Mar-18-13
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  Tabanus: <"The Brooklyn Daily Eagle", Sept. 7, 1876 has 1 1/2 to 1/2 for Judd vs Davidson.>

Sorry, 1/2 for Judd and 1 1/2 for Davidson.

Mar-19-13
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  Tabanus: The Evening Post (New York), August 19, 1876:

<In the Centennial chess tournament at Philadelphia yesterday Barbour and Mason played the first game, which was a draw. Davidson and Judd followed in a fine game of three hours, which was won by Davidson. <A second game between these two players was a draw, after a hard contest.>>

Jun-29-15  poorthylacine: In the tournament book too, edited by "Olms", the game is given as draw; the question for me would just be to know why the Chessbase is giving 0-1.

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