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Leon Rosen
  
Number of games in database: 35
Years covered: 1898 to 1915
Overall record: +12 -14 =9 (47.1%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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LEON ROSEN
(born 1869, died Aug-16-1942, 73 years old) Poland (federation/nationality United States of America)

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Wikipedia article: Leon Rosen

 page 1 of 2; games 1-25 of 35  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. L Rosen vs Cadby 1-0331898Toynbee Hall - City of London YMCA mC51 Evans Gambit
2. L Rosen vs Didier ½-½251900ParisC51 Evans Gambit
3. J Mieses vs L Rosen 1-0511900ParisC01 French, Exchange
4. Didier vs L Rosen 0-1441900ParisC11 French
5. L Rosen vs Burn 0-1601900ParisB30 Sicilian
6. Maroczy vs L Rosen ½-½391900ParisC14 French, Classical
7. L Rosen vs Maroczy 0-1601900ParisB40 Sicilian
8. L Rosen vs G Marco 0-1471900ParisC41 Philidor Defense
9. L Rosen vs Janowski 0-1231900ParisC55 Two Knights Defense
10. L Rosen vs Lasker 0-1561900ParisC80 Ruy Lopez, Open
11. J Mortimer vs L Rosen 1-0441900ParisC55 Two Knights Defense
12. L Rosen vs M Brody ½-½371900ParisC66 Ruy Lopez
13. M Brody vs L Rosen 1-0321900ParisD37 Queen's Gambit Declined
14. M M Sterling vs L Rosen ½-½331900ParisD24 Queen's Gambit Accepted
15. J Mason vs L Rosen ½-½361900ParisC25 Vienna
16. L Rosen vs J Mason 1-0561900ParisC63 Ruy Lopez, Schliemann Defense
17. L Rosen vs M M Sterling 1-0361900ParisC55 Two Knights Defense
18. Marshall vs L Rosen 1-0621900ParisC14 French, Classical
19. L Rosen vs Chigorin 0-1401900ParisC91 Ruy Lopez, Closed
20. L Rosen vs Schlechter 0-1291900ParisC33 King's Gambit Accepted
21. Showalter vs L Rosen 1-0361900ParisA40 Queen's Pawn Game
22. Pillsbury vs L Rosen 1-0421900ParisB44 Sicilian
23. L Rosen vs E Delmar  1-0341907NYSCA Mid-Summer MeetingC48 Four Knights
24. L Rosen vs H Daly  1-0291907NYSCA Mid-Summer MeetingC29 Vienna Gambit
25. H Keidanski vs L Rosen 0-1311907NYSCA Mid-Summer MeetingC24 Bishop's Opening
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jun-09-06  waddayaplay: All games currently present on this page are of Leon Rosen from the Paris tournament of 1900.

The tournament was won by Lasker, ahead of the then yet unknown Marshall with Pillsbury third.

Nov-25-18
Premium Chessgames Member
  mifralu: In January 1910, Rosen, the Parisian expert, beat Jose Raul Capablanca in the third round of a rapid transit contest played at the Rice Chess Club, New York.

https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/ti...

Apr-29-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  MissScarlett: (London) Daily News, December 27th 1898, p.3:

<A CHRISTMAS JOKE.

It will be remembered that some time ago consternation was caused in the ranks of club players competing in the C Division of the League owing to the announcement made by an over zealous reporter, that L. Janowski, the brother of the famous player, who is supposed to be nearly as good as his brother, was playing at board No. 1 for Toynbee Hall in League matches. As will be seen by the letter we publish below the reporter making that announcement has been hoaxed, as the player in question is not L. Janowski, as he was supposed to be, but M. Leon Rosen, of Paris. M. Rosen has proved himself such a strong player, by the games which he has contested in London, that it will hardly be necessary for him in future to assume any but his own name.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE DAILY NEWS

Sir, -- As a result of a practical joke, my name was given to different people as L. Janowski, brother of D. Janowski. I did not like to contradict it at the outset, thinking it would not go any further. But Mr. Zeffert (sp?), secretary of Toynbee Chess Club, against my will, introduced me to the Ches Press as L. Janowski, he himself not being aware of the whole mistake. I now see that I am placed in an awkward position, especially as D. Janowski has been, and is, a close and personal friend of mine from childhood. My name is Leon Rosen. I apologise to you for causing you trouble, and I beg you to rectify the matter in the way you think most suitable. -- I am, yours sincerely, LEON ROSEN. [...] Paris, Dec. 19>

The (chess) editor of the <Daily News> at this time is meant to be Gunsberg. A game (vs. <Cadby) by <L Janowski> had appeared earlier in the <Pall Mall Gazette>, the chess editor being....Gunsberg.

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