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Htm (2 of 54) [06/20/2002 9:42:37 PM] Chess Notes Miranda and Ferdinand engaged in a game of chess, was one of the very few Shakespearean stage directions that were not immediately and vitally connected with the action. Having quoted at length from the beginning of the last act of the Merchant of Venice – the dialogue between Jessica and her lover – Sir John said the reason why the modern actor and actress conducted the whole of that splendid passage in one long but strictly professional embrace, lying on a sofa, was entirely because no one had ever written stage directions for Shakespeare.

When these rules are formulated, the tournaments to follow will have to be conducted by them to the absolute letter. Race, age or creed must not interfere with qualifications. ’ Lasker added that a world championship match every two years would be ideal. ’ But little more than two years after the AVRO tournament, Lasker was dead. Capablanca died the following year (1942), and Alekhine survived only until 1946. In any case, the outbreak of war in September 1939 had already despatched the Stockholm plans to oblivion.

Capa then not only asked me to warn his opponent, but actually had to dictate the next four or five moves which Nimzowitsch played with great reluctance as he suspected a double-cross. ’ Capablanca referred to the matter in his tournament report in the New York Times, 27 March 1927, pages 1 and 4: ‘Our game with Vidmar needs only a few remarks. The peculiar position in which we found ourselves with regard to the other three leading competitors made us decide to exert ourselves to play for draws unless our opponents threatened to win, since any defeat at our hands would put any one of them out of the running for a prize, without any benefit to ourselves.

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