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Horace Cheshire
Number of games in database: 6
Years covered: 1889 to 1918
Overall record: +4 -2 =0 (66.7%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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C75 Ruy Lopez, Modern Steinitz Defense (2 games)
C77 Ruy Lopez (2 games)

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(born 1854, died Nov-08-1922, 68 years old) United Kingdom

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Horace Fabian Cheshire was the editor of the tournament book of the great Hastings 1895 tournament. In 1911, he published a book on the Japanese game Go, entitled Goh or Wei Chi.

Last updated: 2021-11-19 20:27:53

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. H Cheshire vs J Doheny 1-081889Dublin Evening Mail 01 corrC77 Ruy Lopez
2. J T D Halford vs H Cheshire  0-1201891GBR Fraser corr-96C39 King's Gambit Accepted
3. P W Sergeant vs H Cheshire  1-0431904BCF-ch 1st First Class AC75 Ruy Lopez, Modern Steinitz Defense
4. H Cheshire vs J Crum 1-0291904BCF-ch 1st First Class AB20 Sicilian
5. W H Gunston vs H Cheshire  1-0271918ENG corrC75 Ruy Lopez, Modern Steinitz Defense
6. H Cheshire vs C F Bolland  1-0281918corrC77 Ruy Lopez
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Kibitzer's Corner
Sep-09-09  Marcelo Brasileiro: He was the editor of the English edition from the Hastings Tournament in 1895.
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  GrahamClayton: Cheshire also was involved with the production of Professor Louis Hoffmann's book on Greco's games in 1900.

Prior to World War 1 Cheshire became interested in the Japanese game of "Go", and gave lectures on the game, which he believed had a future in Europe. He published a book on the game in 1911:

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  MissScarlett: <In 1911, he published a book on the Japanese game go>

Go is Chinese, no?

Nov-19-21  Ivan Karamazov: invented in china, but dominated by japan since forever

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