London, England 1881 (1)




Results
 
Match scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games 
Baddeley, John    2114 (93) 1 /
Warner, J.H.    2202 (101) 1 /
 
Blackburne, Joseph    2610 (33) 0 /
Zukertort, Johannes    2668 (36) 1 /
 
Block, Theodore    2220 (96) 1.5 /
Puller, Charles    2085 (106) 0.5 /
 
Earnshaw, Samuel    1872 (99) 0 /
Lewis, Lewis    2130 (132) 2 /
 
Gunsberg, Isidor    2470 (46) 1 /
Ballard, William    2314 (78) 1 /
 
Healey, Frank    2134 (103) 1 /
Lindsay, W.A.    2112 (58) 1 /
 
Heywood, George    2203 (60) 0.5 /
Ball, W.F.    1986 (90) 0.5 /
 
Huckvale, James    2003 (101) 0 /
Salter, David    2130 (65) 2 /
 
Jackson, S. (1)    2 /
Gunston, William    2317 (84) 0 /
 
Janssens, Franciscus    2147 (101) 0.5 /
Minchin, James    2265 (51) 1.5 /
 
Lord, Frederick    2216 (113) 0.5 /
Ranken, Charles    2288 (45) 0.5 /
 
MacDonnell, George    2432 (60) 1 /
Wayte, William    2336 (47) 0 /
 
Mason, James    2576 (38) 1 /
Hirschfeld, Philipp    2302 (103) 0 /
 
Potter, William    2550 (68) 2 /
Owen, John    2345 (47) 0 /
 
Stevens, Samuel    2141 (80) 0 /
Gattie, Walter    2250 (61) 2 /
 
Vyse, W. Elliot    2091 (67) 0 /
Marett, Charles    2171 (87) 1 /
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: City of London - Saint George's Club Match
Place: London, England
Start date: 24 Mar. 1881
End date: 24 Mar. 1881
 
Notes:
Sergeant says Potter won 2-0 against Owen, but the Chess Monthly of Apr. 1881 (p.225) gives the score as 1-0. It is mentioned there, though, that one game was undecided at the end of play, Owen-Potter, but that it was played out on 26 Mar. 1881 and won by Potter. This is confirmed in the British Chess Magazine of Feb. 1885 (pp.60-61). Sergeant has E.M. Jackson at this event, but since he was born in May 1867, he would have been 13 years old at the time of this event. I have tentatively identified the player as S. Jackson, who played at the City of London Club in the early 1870s (see, for example, the Illustrated London News of 19 Mar. 1870, p.307). I am guessing that the 'Puller' at this event was Charles Giles Puller and not his brother, Arthur Giles Puller, who was less active in the years before his death in 1885.
 
References
Books
   Renette and Zavatarelli, Neumann, Hirschfeld and Suhle, page 133
   Sergeant, Century of British Chess, page 181
Periodicals
   [BCM], vol. 5, Feb. 1885, page 60
   [CML], vol. 2, Apr. 1881, page 225

Tournament information updated: 30 Sept. 2018