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Isaac Ryall
  
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Years covered: 1894


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ISAAC RYALL
(born 1830, died Jan-20-1901, 70 years old) Canada

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Problem composer and medical Doctor Isaac Ryall was the Canadian Chess Association's 1st secretary in 1872 and he organized a correspondence tournament in his home town of Hamilton, Ontario between 1880-2. He was noted as a manager of other tournaments as well, and in 1884, the chess club correspondence went to 71 Main Street East.

References: (1) Synopsis of Chess Openings - a Tabular Analysis, by William Cook and Joseph W. Miller, (2) http://www.chess.ca/historical-nati...

Last updated: 2016-08-24 09:57:47

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. I Ryall vs H Helms 1-0351894Continental Correspondence TournamentC44 King's Pawn Game

Kibitzer's Corner
Aug-30-14  ljfyffe: <Isaac Ryall(Ontario)-C. Moble(New York) Hamilton Club Correspondence, 1880: 1e4 e5 2Nf3 Nc6 3Bb5 a6 4Ba4 b5 5Bb3 Bb7 6d3 g6 7Bd5 Bg7 8b4 Nge7 9c4 Nxd5 10cxd5 Ne7 11Bb2 d6 12d4 exd4 13Bxd4 Bxd4 14Qxd4 0-0 15Ng5 Nxd5 16Nf3 Nf6 17Nc3 Nxe4 18Nxe4 Bxe4 19Ne5 Re8 20Ng4 Bxg2+ 21Kd2 Qg5+ 22Kc3 Re6 23Rhg1 c5 0-1.
Feb-26-16  ljfyffe: Dr. Ryall vs John Henderson 1878 correspondence end-position is the first in CF Stubbs' "Canadian Chess Problems' (1890).
St John NB Canada.

Interestingly, in the Montreal Gazette (1836)
a similiar end-position is shown: white Kc1,Nd2;
black Ka1,Pa3.

Also demonstrates a club existed in Montreal before 1844, recognized by CCF official history. Research by ljfyffe.

Feb-26-16  ljfyffe: *should be John Henderson-Dr. Ryall
Mar-15-16  ljfyffe: John Henderson- Isaac Ryall 1878 Correspondence Round-Robin Tournament <1e4 e5 2Nf3 Nc6 3Bb5 a6 4Ba4 Nf6 5d4 exd4 6e5 Ne4 70-0 b5 8Bb3 Nc5 9Nxd4 Nxd4 10Qxd4
Ne6 11Bxe6 fxe6 12Be3 Bb7 13Nc3 Qe7 14a3 c5
15Qd3 d5 16exd6 Qxd6 17Qxd6 Bxd6 18Rad1 Rd8 19Rd8 Kf7 20Rfd1 Be7 21Rxd8 Rxd8 22Rxd8 Bxd8 23Bxc5 Bg5 24f3 Bf6 25Nd1 Bd5 26b3 a5 27Ne3 Bc6 28Kf2 h5 29Ke2 Kg6 30Kd3 Be5 31Nf1 Bb7 32c3 h4 33h3 Kf5 34Be3 Ba6 35b4 g6 36Nd2 a4 37Ne4 Bb7 38Bf2 g5 39Be3 Bd5 40Nd2 Bc6 41Ne4 Bf4 42Bxf4 Kxf4 43c4 e5
44c5 Bd5 45Ke2 Bc6 46Kf2 Be8 47Nf6 Bc6 48Ng8 e4 49Ne7 e3+ 50Ke2 Bd7 51c6 Be6 52c7 Kg3 53c8(Q) Bxc8 54Nxc8 Kxg2 55Kxe3 Kxh3
56Kf2 Kh2 57Nd6 Kh1 58Ne4 h3
Diagram is shown in Canadian Chess Problems
(1890) by Charles Stubbs; mate in 7.
59Ng3+ Kh2 60Ne2 g4 61fxg4 Kh1 62Ng3+ Kh2
63Nf1+ Kh1 64g5 h2 65Ng3# 1-0.>

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