User:Voorlandt

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I am a big fan of red links, and would like to encourage everyone to use them:

  • Red links are an incentive for new users to create their first article.
  • The occurence of the same red link in many articles shows that there is need for a certain article. They then show up in lists such as Wikipedia:CHESS/Most_Wanted
  • When writing a new article, the button "what links here" gives an idea on what information is needed on the subject.
  • When a new article has been created, all red links turn automatically blue! No need to edit all articles containing your subject to create links

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Chess articles which need work[edit]

. If there are other important tournaments with a good number of editions, feel free to add them to this list.

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Biographies[edit]

General[edit]

Chess Dictionaries[edit]

  • Brace, Edward R. (1977), An Illustrated Dictionary of Chess, Hamlyn Publishing Group, ISBN 1-55521-394-4 
  • Horton, Byrne Joseph (1959), Dictionary of modern chess, Owen, ISBN 0-8022-0746-4 
  • Pandolfini, Bruce (1996), Chess Thinking: The Visual Dictionary of Chess Moves, Rules, Strategies and Concepts (Fireside Chess Library), Everyman Chess, ISBN 1-85744-480-9 
  • Zelepukhin, N. P. (1982), Dictionary of Chess, French & European Pubns, ISBN 0-8288-2350-2 

Chess Results[edit]

  • Whyld, Ken (1986), Chess: The Records, Guinness Books, ISBN 0-85112-455-0 
  • Kuiper, P. Feenstra (1967), Hundert Jahre Schachzweikämpfe, Amsterdam 
  • Gaige, Jeremy (1969), Chess Tournament Crosstables: Vol I: 1851-1900, Philadelphia 
  • Gaige, Jeremy (1971), Chess Tournament Crosstables: Vol I: 1901-1910, Philadelphia 
  • Gaige, Jeremy (1972), Chess Tournament Crosstables: Vol I: 1911-1920, Philadelphia 
  • Gaige, Jeremy (1974), Chess Tournament Crosstables: Vol I: 1921-1930, Philadelphia 
  • Gaige, Jeremy (1985), Chess Tournaments - A Checklist: Vol I: 1849-1950, Philadelphia 
  • Gaige, Jeremy (1985), Chess Tournaments - A Checklist: Vol II: 1951-1980, Philadelphia 
  • Melton, Richard (1997), The Complete Book of Chess Tournament Crosstables Vol 1: 1851-1948, Fountain Hill, AZ : Ram Enterprises, Ltd. 
  • Melton, Richard (1997), The Complete Book of Chess Tournament Crosstables Vol 2: 1949-1967, Fountain Hill, AZ : Ram Enterprises, Ltd. 
  • Di Felice, Gino (2004), Chess Results, 1747-1900: A Comprehensive Record with 465 Tournaments Crosstables and 590 Match Scores, McFarland, ISBN 978-0786420414 
  • Di Felice, Gino (2006), Chess Results, 1901-1920: A Comprehensive Record with 860 Tournament Crosstables and 375 Match Scores, McFarland, ISBN 978-0786423620 
  • Di Felice, Gino (2006), Chess Results, 1921-1930: A Comprehensive Record with 940 Tournament Crosstables and 210 Match Scores, McFarland, ISBN 978-0786426423 
  • Di Felice, Gino (2006), Chess Results, 1931-1935: A Comprehensive Record with 1,065 Tournament Crosstables and 190 Match Scores, McFarland, ISBN 978-0786427239 
  • Di Felice, Gino (2007), Chess Results, 1936-1940: A Comprehensive Record with 990 Tournament Crosstables and 125 Match Scores, McFarland, ISBN 978-0786427482 
  • Iclicki, Willy (2002), FIDE Golden Book 1924-2002 

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