Multi-gamers in history

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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jimloy on Tue Jan 12, 2010 4:04 am

Some more Pillsbury games:

[Event "Draughts Players' Weekly Bulletin, g.39, 1896"]
[Black "Lambert, WS."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
11-15 23-18 8-11 27-23 4-8 23-19 9-14 18-9 5-14 22-17 6-9 26-23 15-18 17-13 18-27 13-6 2-9 32-23 11-15 25-22 9-13 30-25 14-17 21-14 10-26 31-22 8-11 19-10 7-14 25-21 12-16 24-20 14-17 21-14 16-19 23-7 3-26 28-24 26-31 20-16 31-27 24-20 27-23 16-11 23-19 11-7 (11-8 draw, J. Kear) 19-15 29-25 1-5 (13-17 "RW," W. Lambert, but it is a draw) draw

[Event "Draughts World, g.743, 1897"]
[Black "Simpson, SJ."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
9-14 22-18 5-9 24-19 11-15 18-11 8-24 28-19 4-8 25-22 8-11 22-18 11-16 29-25 7-11 18-15 11-18 21-17 14-21 23-5 16-23 26-19 3-7 25-22 7-11 27-23 6-9 31-27 11-15 27-24 9-14 32-28 2-6 24-20 15-24 28-19 10-15 19-10 6-15 22-17 15-18 17-10 18-27 10-7 27-31 7-3 31-27 3-7 27-23 7-10 23-18 30-26 draw

[Event "Draughts World, g.1147, 1900"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "Ladd, TA."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
11-15 23-19 7-11 22-17 11-16 26-23 8-11 31-26 16-20 19-16 12-19 23-7 2-11 26-23 4-8 23-19 8-12 30-26 9-14 25-22 14-18 17-14? (29-25 WW, J. Steele) 10-17 19-10 18-25 29-13 6-15 26-23 12-16 13-9 5-14 23-19 16-23 27-9 20-27 32-23 11-16 28-24 16-20 23-19 20-27 19-10 27-31 9-6 31-26 6-2 26-22 2-6 3-7 10-3 1-10 draw

[Event "Canadian Checker Player, g.96, 1909"]
[Black "Lynch, CJ."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
11-15 23-19 9-13 26-23 6-9 22-18 15-22 25-18 8-11 29-25 13-17 21-14 10-17 18-14 9-18 23-14 11-16 31-26 16-23 27-18 12-16 25-22 17-21 24-20 1-6 20-11 7-16 28-24 3-7 26-23 16-20 32-27 4-8 22-17 8-12 17-13 6-10 14-9 5-14 18-9 7-11 9-6 2-9 13-6 11-16 23-18 16-19 24-15 10-19 draw

And another Frank Marshall loss:

[Event "Canadian Checker Player, g.131, 1909"]
[Black "Marshall, FJ."]
[White "McGory, BJ."]
[Result "WW"]
11-15 22-18 15-22 25-18 8-11 29-25 4-8 24-20 12-16 25-22 8-12 27-24 10-15 24-19 15-24 28-19 7-10 31-27 9-14 18-9 5-14 27-24 3-7 22-18 1-5 18-9 5-14 26-22 11-15 20-11 7-16 24-20 15-24 20-11 24-27 23-19 27-31 11-8 2-7 8-3 7-11 3-7 11-16 7-2 16-23 2-27 31-24 22-18 24-19 18-14 10-17 21-14 WW

And 2 games by Christy Mathewson:

[Event "Canadian Checker Player, g.192, 1910"]
[Black "Miller, ES."]
[White "Mathewson, C."]
[Result "draw"]
9-14 24-19 11-16 28-24 16-20 32-28 8-11 19-15 11-18 22-15 10-19 24-15 12-16 25-22 7-10 27-24 20-27 31-24 10-19 24-15 14-18 23-14 6-10 15-6 2-25 29-22 16-19 21-17 4-8 17-14 8-11 22-18 1-6 26-23 19-26 30-23 6-10 14-7 3-10 23-19 10-14 draw

[Event "Morris Systems Checkerist, g.80, 1924"]
[Black "Mathewson, C."]
[White "Banks, N."]
[Result "draw"]
[Comment "Banks played blindfolded"]
11-15 23-19 8-11 22-17 4-8 25-22 9-13 27-23 15-18 23-14 11-16 19-15 10-19 24-15 7-10 14-7 2-25 29-22 5-9 22-18 13-22 26-17 16-19 17-14 1-5 21-17 8-11 17-13 19-23 14-10 6-22 13-6 12-16 6-2 11-15 31-27 23-26 30-23 15-19 23-18 19-23 18-14 23-26 draw

About Blackburne's skill at draughts (checkers), Draughts Review December 1924 gave an opinion on that. To make a long story short, it seems that there is almost no evidence that Blackburne had much skill at draughts.
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jimloy on Thu Nov 11, 2010 10:28 pm

[Event "Atwell's Scientific Draughts"]
[Black "Atwell,R."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
12-16 24-20 10-15 22-18 15-22 25-18 6-10 29-25 8-12 25-22 10-15 21-17 9-13 17-14 16-19 23-16 12-19 27-24 1-6 32-27 3-8 27-23 8-12 23-16 12-19 31-27 13-17 22-13 15-31 24-8 4-11 30-25 31-24 28-19 6-10 25-21 10-17 21-14 2-6 19-16 6-10 14-9 5-14 13-9 1/2-1/2

A good ending draw by Pillsbury. I typed this from American Checker Monthly, March 1933, p.54 var. 65. Also:

[Event "Gould's Memorable Matches"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "Bailey, JH."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
11-16 23-18 16-20 24-19 10-14 18-15 7-10 22-17 9-13 26-22 5-9 30-26 2-7 27-23 7-11 32-27 11-18 22-15 13-22 26-17 12-16 19-12 10-26 31-22 8-11 17-10 6-15 27-23 1-6 23-18 6-10 22-17 15-22 25-18 10-15 17-13 15-22 13-6 22-26 29-25 26-31 25-22 31-27 6-2 27-23 22-17 23-18 2-6 11-15 6-9 15-19 17-14 1/2-1/2
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jaguar72 on Thu Nov 11, 2010 10:59 pm

jimloy wrote:Some more Pillsbury games


Once again, thanks for doing more excellent research and posting this new HNP game and all the others as well, Jim.

Always exciting to see anything by Pillsbury (my favorite chess player) and Marshall as well. These games are a real conduit to the history of our game (and chess, too, of course). Great stuff.

Alas, I don't think we produce unique players like those two anymore; too bad; different world...sigh.

Much appreciated.

V/R,

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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby Danny_Alvarez on Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:01 pm

I agree with Gary, fantastic research i loved it.

thanks very much Mr Loy.

Cheers,
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jimloy on Thu Apr 26, 2012 12:22 am

Two more Pillsbury games, wins against strong players. These are from the Internet: http://www.chess.com/forum/view/general/pillsburys-chess-column:

M. E. Pomeroy - H. N. Pillsbury
11-15 24-19 15-24 28-19 8-11 22-18 11-16 25-22 16-20 22-17 10-14 17-10 6-24 32-28 4-8 28-19 8-11 21-17 11-15 18-11 7-16 26-22 2-6 22-18 6-10 18-15 3-7 15-6 1-10 29-25 7-11 25-21 9-14 19-15 11-18 30-25 5-9 17-13 18-22 25-18 16-19 13-6 19-26 18-9 WW

H. N. Pillsbury - M. C. Priest
9-14 22-18 5-9 25-22 11-16 24-19 8-11 30-25 11-15 18-11 14-18 22-15 9-14 26-22 14-18 23-14 16-23 27-18 10-26 31-22 7-16 32-27 16-19 15-10 6-15 18-11 12-16 21-17 16-20 17-14 3-7 11-8 4-11 25-21 11-15 29-25 1-6 22-17 15-18 17-13 7-10 14-7 2-11 21-17 6-10 13-9 10-15 25-21 11-16 9-6 19-23 RW
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jimloy on Sun Dec 22, 2013 5:08 pm

Another Pillsbury game, this one from Stearns' Book of Portraits:

I. Cohen - H. Pillsbury
11-15 22-17 8-11 25-22 9-13 17-14 10-17 21-14 4-8 29-25 6-10 24-19 15-24 28-19 10-17 25-21 11-16 21-14 8-11 22-18 16-20 26-22 11-16 32-28 7-10 14-7 3-10 30-25 1-6 25-21 10-14 18-9 5-14 22-18 6-9 31-26 13-17 18-15 9-13 15-11 14-18 21-14 13-17 11-7 2-11 19-15 18-22 15-8 22-31 8-3 31-24 28-19 20-24 3-7 24-27 7-11 16-20 23-18 27-31 14-9 31-26 18-14 20-24 14-10 24-27 10-7 draw
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby waynegober on Wed Dec 25, 2013 6:14 pm

E.H. Gill, many times Oklahoma state checker champ at one time was also Oklahoma state Chess champ in same year as Checker Champ
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby Richard Pask on Fri Dec 27, 2013 7:44 am

Dear All,

Wishing you a Happy New Year! On the subject of Newell Banks, Harry Pillsbury and Chinook, I have a letter appearing in Chess Magazine in February 2014. This magazine has always been very generous on the subject of checkers/draughts and the latest letter will represent something like my 10th contribution over the years.
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby George Hay on Mon Feb 24, 2014 12:33 pm

Individual issues of Chess Magazine are available in the USA
from Chess4Less.com. I received two issues in the post today.
One for chess, Jan 2014 for the Carlsen vs Anand match,..and
one for checkers/draughts, Feb 2014 for the Richard Pask letter.
Good on Pask for presenting a positive view of checkers/draughts
to chess players.
--George Hay

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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jimloy on Wed Mar 12, 2014 3:50 pm

J. T. Washington - H. N. Pillsbury, Draughts World 1896 g.604 v.1
9-14 22-18 11-15 18-11 8-15 25-22 7-11 22-17 5-9 17-13 3-7 29-25 1-5 23-19 14-18 26-22 11-16 22-17 16-23 17-14 10-17 21-14 23-26 30-23 6-10 13-6 10-17 23-14 2-18 25-21 18-22 21-14 22-25 draw (nice sharp game)

M. Pomeroy - H. N. Pillsbury, g.951, The Draughts World 1899
11-16 23-18 10-14 24-20 14-23 20-11 7-16 27-18 9-14 18-9 5-14 28-24 8-11 26-23 16-20 31-27 3-7 22-18 6-9 24-19 7-10 18-15 11-18 21-17 14-21 23-5 4-8 25-22 8-11 22-18 11-16 18-15 16-23 15-6 2-9 27-18 12-16 29-25 16-19 25-22 19-23 22-17 9-13 17-14 20-24 14-10 24-27 18-14 27-31 14-9 13-17 9-6 17-22 6-2 22-25 2-7 25-29 10-6 1-10 7-14 29-25 5-1 25-22 14-10 31-26 1-6 22-17 6-2 17-22 2-7 22-17 7-11 17-22 10-7 22-17 7-3 17-14 3-8 14-10 8-3 26-22 11-16 10-14 draw

H. N. Pillsbury - J. Steele, The Draughts World, 1899 g.955
(Pillsbury blindfolded and played a chess game too)
9-14 22-17 11-16 25-22 8-11 24-20 4-8 28-24 16-19 24-15 11-25 29-22 8-11 27-24 11-15 32-28 7-11 17-13 3-8 24-19 15-24 28-19 11-15 19-16 12-19 23-16 15-19 16-12 8-11 12-8 11-15 8-4 19-23 26-19 15-24 4-8 24-27 31-24 14-18 22-15 10-28 8-11 6-10 20-16 28-32 16-12 32-27 12-8 27-23 8-3 23-18 3-8 2-6 11-7 10-15 8-11 15-19 11-16 19-24 16-19 24-28 19-24 28-32 7-11 18-23 24-27 23-19 27-23 19-26 30-23 32-27 23-19 27-23 19-16 23-18 16-12 6-10 21-17 10-15 11-7 15-19 17-14 draw

H. N. Pillsbury - R. Patterson, The Draughts World, 1899, g.962 (during several chess games)
9-14 23-19 11-16 26-23 16-20 30-26 8-11 19-16 12-19 24-8 4-11 28-24 11-15 22-18 15-22 25-9 5-14 24-19 14-17 21-14 10-17 26-22 17-26 31-22 7-10 29-25 10-14 25-21 6-9 22-18 2-7 18-15 9-13 23-18 14-23 27-18 20-24 18-14 13-17 14-9 17-22 9-6 1-10 15-6 7-11 32-28 22-26 19-16 11-20 28-19 draw

J. Steele - H. N. Pillsbury, The Draughts World, 1900, g.1088
(Pillsbury blindfolded and playing 4 checkers games and 2 chess games)
11-15 24-19 15-24 28-19 8-11 22-18 11-16 25-22 16-20 22-17 9-13 17-14 10-17 21-14 6-10 14-9 5-14 18-9 1-5 9-6 2-9 23-18 10-14 18-15 14-17 29-25 7-11 15-8 4-11 25-21 17-22 26-17 13-22 21-17 9-13 17-14 13-17 14-10 11-15 27-24 20-27 31-24 15-18 32-27 17-21 24-20 22-25 10-6 25-29 6-2 29-25 2-6 25-22 19-15 22-17 6-10 18-22 15-11 22-25 11-7 25-29 7-2 29-25 2-6 25-22 27-23 22-18 RW

J. Steele - H. N. Pillsbury, The Draughts World, 1901, g.1342
11-15 23-18 8-11 27-23 4-8 23-19 10-14 19-10 14-23 26-19 7-14 30-26 6-10 22-17 9-13 26-23 13-22 25-9 5-14 24-20 2-7 29-25 14-17 21-14 10-17 25-22 17-26 31-22 11-15 19-10 7-14 28-24 8-11 23-19? (22-18 draw, DW) 1-6 32-27 6-9 27-23 3-7 22-18 7-10 RW

J. Steele - H. N. Pillsbury, The Draughts World, 1902, g.1453 (simultaneous exhibition)
11-15 21-17 9-13 25-21 8-11 17-14 10-17 21-14 6-10 22-17 13-22 26-17 15-18 24-20 2-6 29-25 18-22 25-18 10-15 27-24 15-22 32-27 4-8 23-18 6-10 27-23 22-25 30-21 10-15 23-19 15-22 14-10 7-14 17-10 11-15 20-16 15-18 19-15 12-19 10-7 3-10 15-6 1-10 24-6 18-23 6-2 8-11 2-7 11-16 7-11 16-20 11-15 23-27 31-24 20-27 draw

Apparently, Pillsbury played a match against Pomeroy in 1898.

H. N. Pillsbury - M. Pomeroy, g.1121, The Draughts World 1900
9-14 22-17 11-16 25-22 8-11 24-19 11-15 17-13 15-24 28-19 4-8 22-18 8-11 18-9 5-14 29-25 11-15 25-22 15-24 27-11 7-16 22-18 6-9 13-6 2-9 32-28 16-19 23-16 12-19 18-15 9-13 15-6 1-10 31-27 3-8 26-22 8-12 27-23 19-26 30-23 12-16 22-18 16-19 23-16 14-23 16-11 23-26 11-7 26-31 28-24 31-27 24-19 27-23 19-16 23-19 16-11 10-14 7-3 14-18 3-7 18-23 7-10 23-27 11-7 27-31 10-14 19-23 7-2 31-27 2-6 27-24 6-9 24-19 9-5 19-15 5-1 draw

M. Pomeroy - H. N. Pillsbury, g.1132, The Draughts World 1900
11-15 24-19 15-24 28-19 8-11 22-18 11-16 25-22 16-20 22-17 4-8 17-13 8-11 26-22 9-14 18-9 5-14 22-18 1-5 18-9 5-14 29-25 11-15 25-22 15-24 22-18 14-17 21-14 10-17 18-14 17-22 23-18 7-10 14-7 2-11 18-14 11-16 14-9 6-10 9-6 10-15 27-23 3-8 6-2 24-27 31-24 20-27 2-7 15-19 13-9 19-26 30-23 8-11 7-10 27-31 RW

G. Griswold - H. N. Pillsbury, g.1673, The Draughts World, 1904
11-15 21-17 9-14 17-13 15-19 23-16 12-19 24-15 10-19 22-18 14-23 27-18 8-11 25-22 4-8 29-25 11-16 18-15 8-12 31-27 19-23 27-18 6-9 13-6 1-19 18-15 19-23 26-19 16-23 22-18 12-16 25-22 16-20 22-17 2-6 17-14? (17-13 draw) RW

H. N. Pillsbury - G. Griswold, g.1674, The Draughts World, 1904
9-14 22-17 11-16 24-19 8-11 25-22 11-15 29-25 15-24 28-19 4-8 17-13 8-11 22-17 11-15 25-22 15-24 27-11 7-16 23-19 16-23 26-19 2-7 31-27 10-15 19-10 6-15 17-10 7-14 22-17 14-18 13-9 5-14 17-10 18-22 21-17 15-19 27-23 19-26 30-23 22-26 23-18 26-30 18-14 30-26 10-7 3-10 14-7 26-22 17-14 draw

G. Griswold - H. N. Pillsbury, g.1675, The Draughts World, 1904
11-15 23-18 8-11 27-23 10-14 23-19 14-23 19-10 7-14 26-19 11-16 19-15 4-8 30-26 14-18 32-27 9-13 24-20 16-19 20-16 2-7 21-17 5-9 25-21 18-25 29-22 7-11 16-7 3-10 22-18 13-22 26-17 19-23 27-24 10-19 24-15 9-13 17-14 13-17 28-24 23-27 24-20 27-32 14-9 6-13 21-14 32-28 14-10 28-24 10-7 1-6 7-2 24-19 2-9 19-10 9-5 8-11 5-1 12-16 1-5 16-19 RW

H. N. Pillsbury - F. Berg, g.1961, The Draughts World, 1906
11-15 22-18 15-22 25-18 12-16 18-14 9-18 23-14 10-17 21-14 6-10 29-25 10-17 25-21 8-11 21-14 4-8 24-19 16-23 27-18 11-16 28-24 1-6 26-23 8-12 24-19 6-9 31-27 2-6 30-25 6-10 25-21 10-17 21-14 9-13 14-9 5-14 18-9 13-17 9-6 17-22 6-2 7-11 19-15 11-18 23-14 22-26 27-24 26-31 24-20 16-19 14-10 31-26 2-6 3-8 10-7 8-11? (others draw) 6-10 11-15 32-28? (7-3 WW) 26-22 10-14 22-26 7-2 19-23 2-7 15-18 7-10 26-30 10-15 18-22 draw

H. N. Pillsbury - C. Hollow, g.1520, The Draughts World, 1905 (12 chess games and 4 checkers games blindfolded)
11-15 23-19 9-14 22-17 5-9 26-23 9-13 24-20 15-24 28-19 13-22 25-9 6-13 29-25 8-11 25-22 11-15 27-24 4-8 23-18 8-11 21-17 1-5 32-28 10-14 17-10 7-23 19-10 23-27 30-26 12-16 22-17 13-22 26-17 27-32 17-13 32-27 10-6 2-9 13-6 11-15 20-11 27-20 28-24 20-27 31-24 5-9? 6-1 9-13 1-6 13-17 WW
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jimloy on Fri Jun 06, 2014 4:43 pm

[Comment "Pillsbury Blindfold Exhibition, Nov. 22, 1900"]
[Comment "A. Schaefer's Checkerist"]
[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "Scully, BF."]
[Result "1-0"]
11-15 23-19 7-11 22-17 11-16 26-23 8-11 17-14 9-18 23-7 16-23 27-18 15-22 25-18 3-10 29-25 5-9 25-22 12-16 31-26 4-8 26-23 16-20 22-17 20-27 18-14 9-18 23-7 11-16 32-23 2-11 23-18 16-19 30-26 8-12 17-14 1-5 21-17 12-16 28-24 19-28 26-23 28-32 17-13 5-9 14-5 6-10 5-1 10-15 18-14 32-27 1-0

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "Finn, T."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
11-15 23-19 9-14 22-17 5-9 17-13 14-18 19-16 12-19 26-23 19-26 30-5 8-11 27-23 4-8 32-27 10-14 24-19 15-24 28-19 7-10 25-22 11-15 22-17 15-24 27-20 8-11 29-25 11-15 25-22 3-8 20-16 8-11 16-7 2-11 31-27 11-16 22-18 15-22 27-24 16-20 24-19 22-26 19-15 10-19 23-16 26-30 17-10 6-15 16-11 30-25 21-17 25-22 17-14 22-18 14-10 15-19 11-7 19-23 7-2 23-26 2-7 1/2-1/2

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "Ostrander, RP."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
9-14 22-18 5-9 24-19 11-15 18-11 8-24 28-19 4-8 25-22 8-11 22-18 11-16 29-25 7-11 18-15 11-18 21-17 14-21 23-5 16-23 26-19 3-7 25-22 7-11 27-23 6-9 31-26 2-6 32-28 11-16 22-18 10-14 26-22 16-20 19-15 12-16 15-10 6-15 18-11 9-13 11-7 14-17 22-18 17-22 18-15 22-26 15-10 26-31 23-18 31-27 18-14 27-23 7-3 23-18 14-9 13-17 9-6 21-25 30-14 18-2 3-8 16-19 8-11 19-23 10-7 23-26 11-16 2-11 16-7 26-30 7-10 30-26 10-14 26-23 14-9 1/2-1/2

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "Jondreau, EA."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[Comment "0-1, 1/2-1/2 later"]
11-15 23-18 8-11 27-23 10-14 23-19 14-23 19-10 7-14 26-19 11-16 19-15 4-8 24-20 16-19 30-26 14-18 32-27 9-13 20-16 2-7 27-23 18-27 31-24 5-9 24-20 6-10 15-6 1-10 16-11 8-15 26-23 19-26 22-17 13-22 25-2 10-15 2-6 9-13 6-10 15-18 10-14 18-22 14-18 26-30 18-25 13-17 21-14 30-21 14-10 1/2-1/2

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "Clouser, MF."]
[Result "0-1"]
11-15 23-18 8-11 27-23 4-8 23-19 9-14 18-9 5-14 22-17 6-9 17-13 11-16 13-6 16-23 26-19 2-9 25-22 9-13 32-27 8-11 27-23 14-18 23-14 10-26 19-10 7-14 30-23 3-7 29-25 11-15 25-22 1-5 23-19 15-18 22-15 14-18 24-20 18-22 20-16 22-25 15-11 0-1

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "DeFreest, AJ."]
[Result "0-1"]
11-16 21-17 8-11 17-13 9-14 22-18 16-20 18-9 5-14 25-22 11-15 24-19 15-24 28-19 4-8 22-18 14-17 29-25 8-11 19-16 12-19 23-16 10-15 25-21 15-22 21-14 1-5 26-17 6-9 13-6 2-18 30-25 20-24 27-20 18-23 17-14 11-15 16-11 7-16 20-11 15-19 32-28 0-1

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Collins, J."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1-0"]
11-15 22-18 15-22 25-18 8-11 29-25 4-8 24-20 12-16 25-22 8-12 27-24 10-14 24-19 7-10 32-27 9-13 18-9 5-14 22-18 1-5 18-9 5-14 19-15 11-18 20-11 18-22 26-17 13-22 23-19 22-25 11-8 25-29 8-4 29-25 4-8 25-22 8-11 14-18 27-24 18-23 11-15 23-26 30-23 12-16 1-0

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "McEntee, J."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
11-15 24-19 15-24 28-19 8-11 22-18 10-14 25-22 11-16 22-17 9-13 17-10 6-22 26-17 13-22 30-26 5-9 26-17 9-13 17-14 7-10 14-7 3-10 29-25 2-7 25-22 4-8 22-18 16-20 18-14 10-17 21-14 13-17 23-18 1-6 19-15 17-21 27-23 7-11 32-27 11-16 14-10 6-9 10-7 16-19 23-16 12-19 7-2 1/2-1/2

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Lowry, AW."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
11-15 23-19 8-11 22-17 9-13 17-14 10-17 21-14 15-18 24-20 6-9 19-15 4-8 26-23 13-17 28-24 17-21 24-19 2-6 32-28 9-13 31-26 6-10 15-6 1-17 23-14 11-15 19-10 17-22 26-17 13-22 25-18 5-9 14-5 7-32 5-1 8-11 1-6 12-16 6-10 16-19 29-25 32-27 25-22 27-23 1/2-1/2

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Schoonmaker"]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
10-15 22-18 15-22 25-18 11-15 18-11 8-15 21-17 7-10 17-13 4-8 29-25 9-14 24-20 8-11 28-24 2-7 25-21 14-17 21-14 10-17 23-19 6-10 26-22 17-26 31-22 1-6 27-23 5-9 23-18 12-16 19-12 10-14 24-19 15-24 32-28 14-23 28-19 23-27 22-18 6-10 13-6 10-15 1/2-1/2

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Bernsee, F."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1-0"]
11-15 24-19 15-24 28-19 8-11 22-18 11-16 25-22 16-20 22-17 9-13 17-14 10-17 21-14 6-10 14-9 5-14 18-9 1-5 9-6 2-9 23-18 10-14 26-23 14-17 19-15 3-8 18-14 9-18 23-14 8-11 15-8 4-11 29-25 11-15 30-26 7-11 25-21 17-22 26-17 13-22 14-10 15-19 10-7 19-24 7-3 22-26 31-22 24-31 3-8 11-16 8-11 16-19 11-16 19-23 16-19 23-26 22-18 26-30 18-15 30-26 32-27 31-24 19-28 26-23 15-10 23-19 10-6 20-24 1-0

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Freedman, H."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "0-1"]
11-16 23-18 8-11 18-14 9-18 22-8 4-11 25-22 5-9 26-23 16-20 24-19 9-13 30-26 11-16 22-17 13-22 26-17 7-11 29-25 11-15 28-24 10-14 19-10 6-15 17-10 16-19 23-16 12-28 25-22 3-8 27-23 8-12 23-18 15-19 31-26 12-16 18-15 20-24 22-17 1-5 17-14 24-27 32-23 28-32 23-18 32-27 26-22 27-23 10-7 2-11 15-8 0-1

Addition: the Clouser game, above, was shown at greater length in the NY Clipper:

[Event "NY blindfold exhibition"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "Clouser, MF."]
[Result "0-1"]
11-15 23-18 8-11 27-23 4-8 23-19 9-14 18-9 5-14 22-17 6-9 17-13 11-16 13-6 16-23 26-19 2-9 25-22 9-13 32-27 8-11 27-23 14-18 23-14 10-26 19-10 7-14 30-23 3-7 29-25 11-15 25-22 1-5 23-19 15-18 22-15 14-18 24-20 18-22 20-16 22-25 15-11 7-10 11-7 25-30 7-2 30-25 2-6 10-14 6-9 14-18 9-6 18-23 6-1 25-22 16-11 23-26 19-15 26-30 15-10 30-26 10-7 26-23 7-2 22-18 11-7 12-16 7-3 23-19 3-7 16-20 1-6 18-15 7-10 15-18 21-17 13-22 6-9 5-14 10-26 18-23 28-24 0-1
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jimloy on Fri Jun 06, 2014 6:52 pm

[Event "Schaefer's Checkerist, g.2"]
[Date "1900"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "Kearns, GH."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
9-13 22-18 10-15 25-22 6-10 23-19 11-16 18-11 16-23 27-18 8-15 18-11 7-16 22-18 5-9 29-25 4-8 25-22 8-11 32-27 16-20 30-25 11-16 18-14 9-18 22-6 2-9? 25-22 1-5 22-18? 9-14 18-9 5-14 26-22 16-19 24-15 14-18 15-10 18-25 10-6 25-30 6-2 30-25 2-6 25-22 27-23 3-8 6-10 8-11 28-24 20-27 31-24 22-26 23-18 11-16 10-14 26-23 24-20 16-19 20-16 19-24 16-11 24-27 1/2-1/2
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jimloy on Wed Feb 18, 2015 2:23 pm

[Event "Glasgow Herald"]
[Date "1895"]
[Black "Reed, JP."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
11-15 22-18 15-22 25-18 12-16 29-25 9-13 18-14 10-17 21-14 6-10 25-21 10-17 21-14 16-20 23-18 1-6 26-23 13-17 31-26 17-21 18-15 8-11 15-8 4-11 26-22 6-10 22-17(A) 11-15 23-19 15-18 19-15 10-19 24-15 18-22 14-10 7-14 17-10 22-25 15-11 25-29 28-24 29-25 24-19 25-22 19-16 22-17 11-7 2-11 16-7 5-9 7-2 9-14 2-7 3-8 10-6 14-18 6-2 18-22 2-6 22-25 6-10 25-29 10-15 29-25 7-11 8-12 15-19 25-22 11-15 17-14 19-23 22-26 23-19 26-22 32-28 14-18 15-11 22-17 11-7 17-22 28-24 12-16 19-12 18-23 27-18 22-15 1/2-1/2

A - At this point, Mr. Reed said, "Hello! I thought I had a fine game, but it looks very bad now." Mr. Pillsbury replied, "I have studied this line of the Flora Temple considerably. This is the same as Richmond and Beattie played it in the 1891 English Tournament." "Why!," remarked Reed, "you apparently know more about it than I do."

[Event "Aberdeen Weekly Free Press"]
[Date "1895"]
[Black "Bailey, JH."]
[White "Pillsbury, HN."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
9-14 22-17 11-15 23-19 5-9 26-23 9-13 24-20 15-24 28-19 13-22 25-9 6-13 29-25 8-11 25-22 10-14 22-18 1-5 18-9 5-14 31-26 3-8 19-16 12-19 23-16 8-12 27-23 12-19 23-16 14-18 26-23 18-27 32-23 7-10 16-7 2-11 23-18 10-15 18-14 15-19 14-10 19-23 10-7 23-27 7-2 27-32 2-7 11-15 7-10 15-19 30-25 1/2-1/2

[Event "Aberdeen Weekly Free Press"]
[Date "1895"]
[Black "Pillsbury, HN."]
[White "Bailey, JH."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
11-16 23-18 16-20 24-19 10-14 18-15 7-10 22-17 9-13 26-22 5-9 30-26 2-7 27-23 7-11 32-27 11-18 22-15 13-22 26-17 12-16 19-12 10-26 31-22 8-11 17-10 6-15 27-23 1-6 23-18 6-10 22-17 15-22 25-18 10-15 17-13 15-22 13-6 22-26 29-25 26-31 25-22 31-27 6-2 27-23 22-17 23-18 2-6 11-15 6-9 15-19 17-14 1/2-1/2(A)

A - Long ending. This game seems to be the one in Gould's Memorable Matches, above.
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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jaguar72 on Thu Feb 26, 2015 8:36 am

Mr. Loy,

Thank you again for researching, finding and posting all these Harry Nelson Pillsbury games. I really enjoy them.

V/R,

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Re: Multi-gamers in history

Postby jimloy on Wed Dec 09, 2015 3:00 pm

Australian Town and Country Journal, 14 October 1899:

Mr. E. Lasker, chess champion of the world, stated some time ago that he had been looking up draughts, and intended to enter the next tournament for the championship of England if held in London. It is, however, feared that the challenge he has accepted from M. Janowski for the chess championship will prevent him attempting to add to his name the title of draughts champion of England.
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