New York 1855




Results
 
Match scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games 
Thompson, James (1)    2380 (54) 3 /
Hamilton, N.J.    1686 (142) 1 /
  Thompson, James (1) gave odds of a rook
 
Perrin, Frederic    2326 (51) 3 /
Hazeltine, Miron    1854 (96) 1 /
  Perrin, Frederic gave odds of a knight
 
Marache, Napoleon    2297 (55) 3 /
Zust    1314 (187) 1 /
  Marache, Napoleon gave odds of queen for pawn and move
 
Anderson, C.E.    2080 (74) 3 /
King, Adelmour    1987 (99) 2 /
 
Möhle, Adolphe    2093 (75) 3 /
Reeve, T.W.    1782 (125) 2 /
  Möhle, Adolphe gave odds of pawn and two moves
 
Pindar, Eduard    2337 (63) 3 /
Perrin, Alphonse    1785 (128) 1 /
  Pindar, Eduard gave odds of pawn and two moves
 
Mantin, Martin    2053 (79) 2 /
Miller, William    1828 (83) 3 /
  Mantin, Martin gave odds of pawn and two moves
 
Loyd, Thomas    2250 (60) 2 /
Aupoix    1340 (119) 3 /
  Loyd, Thomas gave odds of the queen
 
Thompson, James (1)    2380 (54) 3 /
Perrin, Frederic    2326 (51) 0 /
 
Marache, Napoleon    2297 (55) 4 /
Anderson, C.E.    2080 (74) 3 /
  Marache, Napoleon gave odds of pawn and move
 
Pindar, Eduard    2337 (63) 2.5 /
Möhle, Adolphe    2093 (75) 3.5 /
  Pindar, Eduard gave odds of pawn and move
 
Miller, William    1828 (83) 3.5 /
Aupoix    1340 (119) 2.5 /
  Miller, William gave odds of a rook
 
Thompson, James (1)    2380 (54) 4 /
Marache, Napoleon    2297 (55) 3 /
 
Möhle, Adolphe    2093 (75) 3.5 /
Miller, William    1828 (83) 1.5 /
  Möhle, Adolphe gave odds of pawn and two moves
 
Thompson, James (1)    2380 (54) 2 /
Möhle, Adolphe    2093 (75) 0 /
  Thompson, James (1) gave odds of pawn and two moves
 
Thompson, James (1)    2380 (54) 1 /
Möhle, Adolphe    2093 (75) 0 /
  Thompson, James (1) gave odds of pawn and move
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: New York Chess Club Championship
Place: New York
Start date: Mar. 1855
End date: May 1855
 
Notes:
In the final against Möhle, Thompson gave odds of Pawn and Two Moves and Pawn and Move alternately, but van Winsen gives two of the three games, both at Pawn and Two Moves, so presumably only the one remaining game was played at Pawn and Move odds.
 
References
Periodicals
   [Alb], 10 Mar. 1855
Web
   van Winsen, Joost.  [Early New York Chess Club Champions]

Tournament information updated: 25 Jun. 2019