Leopold Hoffer

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Leopold Hoffer

Leopold Hoffer (1842 in Hungary – 28 August 1913 in England) was an English chess player and journalist.

He left Budapest for Switzerland. From 1867, he lived in Paris, where he won matches against, among others, Ignatz von Kolisch, Samuel Rosenthal and Jules Arnous de Rivière. In 1870, Hoffer emigrated to England, where he spent the remainder of his life.

From 1879-1896, Hoffer was a founder and editor (with Johannes Zukertort) of the magazine Chess Monthly.[1][2]

Publications[edit]

  • Hoffer, L; Zukertort, Johannes, eds. (1879–1896), "Chess Monthly", reprint catalogue, Moravian chess, Vols. 1-17, archived from the original on 2007-07-04, retrieved 8 October 2010 
  • L. Hoffer, ed. (1908), The Championship Match: Lasker v. Tarrasch, London: E.A. Michell & Frank Hollings, retrieved 8 October 2010 
  • L. Hoffer (1916), Chess (10th ed.), Petersburg: Will H. Lyons; Kentucky, U.S.A: Boone Co, retrieved 8 October 2010 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Calisch, Edward N (1909), "Hoffer as editor of Chess Monthly", The Jew in English Literature, as Author and as Subject, Richmond, Virginia: The Bell Book and Stationery Co, p. 197, retrieved 8 October 2010 
  2. ^ Giffen, Glenn (December 16, 2004), "Chess Monthly editorship and publishing details", Chess Periodicals, archived from the original on 26 September 2007, retrieved 8 October 2010 

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