Lasker’s Simultaneous Exhibitions

Like most great champions of the past, Emanuel Lasker played countless simultaneous exhibitions. This page attempts to list these exhibitions, fully understanding that this endeavor will never be fully completed. New insights and sources are to be added at regular intervals.

The starting point is the table put together by Ken Whyld in his 1998 book The Collected Games of Emanuel Lasker, pp. 9–13 (hereafter cited as Whyld98). Since then, over 150 further exhibitions have come to light and were added to the list; in addition, numerous corrections have been made. The Quarterly for Chess History by Vlastimil Fiala also contains various items dealing with Lasker’s exhibitions (see issues no. 4, 6, 9, 16, 17, 18, 21, 23 etc.); unfortunately they cannot be fully relied upon (e.g. for the performance in Liverpool on 28 January 1895, both the month and the result were misprinted). In general, no attempt has been made to point out mistakes by earlier compilers.

The number of sources given below varies and does not claim to be exhaustive, but wherever possible at least one relevant contemporary source has been cited.

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When quoting material from this page, cite as
Richard Forster: Lasker’s Simultaneous Exhibitions. www.emanuellasker.online (2022).

Up to 1899

1889

As a young student in Berlin, Lasker probably also gave some informal chess exhibitions, but no evidence has been preserved.
Whyld98 dated a first simultaneous exhibition to Amsterdam, August/September 1889, presumably based on game no. 19 (p. 17 in Whyld’s Lasker book). The source for that game read: “Probably at time of tournament [i.e. 26 August–1 September]. Lothar Schmid, Lipke Manuscript.” The details of that manuscript are not known, but the game in question was printed in the Magdeburgische Zeitung, 17 October 1889, without indication of source or circumstances except that it had been played during the Amsterdam congress (information kindly provided by Peter Anderberg). Thus, there does not seem to be any hard evidence for the game being played in a simultaneous exhibition and the latter seems rather doubtful.

1890
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
7 Sep 1890Sonnegg (blindfold)2200During the Graz tournament, on an outing to Sonnegg, Lasker played and won two blindfold games. The Lesehalle (pointed out by Peter Anderberg) talked about a “production”. Whether the two games were played concurrently is not entirely clear.Oesterreichische Lesehalle, November 1890, p. 340
1891

From 3 to 30 August 1891 Lasker performed almost daily at the “German Exhibition” at Earls Court in London, usually contesting four games simultaneously, with fresh opponents taking any vacant seats. No complete record of these encounters exists, only the larger extra exhibitions were reported on.
A second series started on 19 September, but no detailed information was preserved.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
3–30 Aug 1891London, German Exhibition (fourfold)200+ca. 200?4The London Daily News, 8 August 1891, noted that Lasker had won all games on the previous day, bringing his overall score to 79 wins and 1 draw, whereas the London Evening News and Post of the same day mentioned that Lasker had won so far over 80 games, ceding only one draw to Miss Notts. On 12 August Lasker had a “bad quarter-of-an-hour,” when against a strong quartet he won only one and lost the other three games (see London Evening News and Post, 14 and 15 August 1891, and British Chess Magazine, September 1891, p. 401).
The total given here is based on a note in the Western Morning News, indicating that in total Lasker had played over 200 games at the German Exhibition, losing only four (sic).
Western Morning News, 10 September 1891
5 Aug 1891London, German Exhibition (blindfold)3111In its report of 10 August, the Morning Post gave the result as +2 =0 –1 instead.Morning Post, 6 and 10 August 1891; London Evening News and Post, 6 and 8 August 1891
8 Aug 1891London, German Exhibition201532Penny Illustrated Paper, 15 August 1891; London Daily News, 10 August 1891; London Evening News and Post, 8 and 10 August 1891
22 Aug 1891London, German Exhibition201460Including four unfinished games that were counted as draws.London Daily News, 24 August 1891
14 Sep 1891Brighton10811Sussex Agricultural Express, 19 September 1891; Norwood News, 26 September 1891
3 Oct 1891London6???Liverpool Mercury, 17 October 1891
1892

Lasker’s tour of the United States began with set games against strong amateurs in New York and was complemented by simultaneous exhibitions, lectures and a brief series of games with Showalter. A longer stay in Philadelphia at the end of the year also saw several one-on-one encounters and two simultaneous exhibitions.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
27 Feb 1892Brighton262060Meeting of the Sussex Chess Association.Morning Post, 29 February 1892
27 Feb 1892Brighton (blindfold)6213Meeting of the Sussex Chess Association.Morning Post, 29 February 1892
23 Apr 1892Wakefield222002Meeting of the West Yorkshire Chess Association.Leeds Mercury, 25 April 1892; Sheffield Independent, 25 April 1892
25 Apr 1892Leeds171411Leeds Mercury, 30 April 1892
24 Sep 1892London, Cyprus C.C.201523Morning Post, 26 September 1892; Metropolitan Magazine, 1 October 1892 (p. 59)
22 Oct 1892New York, Manhattan C.C. (blindfold)5500Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 23 and 24 October 1892
29 Oct 1892New York, Manhattan C.C.201532New York Times, 31 October 1892
5 Nov 1892New York, Manhattan C.C. (various odds)121011St. Louis Globe Democrat, 7 November 1892
12 Nov 1892New York, Brooklyn C.C.141220Toronto Daily Mail, 14 November 1892; Montreal Star, 14 November 1892
15 Nov 1892New York, Hamilton Club (blindfold)4301Standard Union, 16 November 1892; Buffalo Courier, 17 November 1892
19 Nov 1892New York, Brooklyn C.C., Ladies’ night121020The Standard Union (Brooklyn, New York), 21 November 1892
21 Nov 1892Montreal242121The Montreal Star, 22 November 1892; The Gazette (Montreal), 22 November 1892
24 Nov 1892Montreal262321The Pittsburgh Dispatch, 9 December 1892, and Whyld98 gave the score as +24 =1 –1.The Gazette (Montreal), 25 November 1892
26 Nov 1892Quebec (morning)5500The Gazette (Montreal), 28 November 1892
26 Nov 1892Quebec161411The Pittsburgh Dispatch, 9 December 1892, and Whyld98 gave the score as +15 =2 –1.The Gazette (Montreal), 28 November 1892
28 Nov 1892Baltimore242301York Daily, 1 December 1892
30 Nov 1892Baltimore (consultation)6600The Sun, 2 December 1892
1 Dec 1892Baltimore232300Other sources gave the result as +21 =0 –0 (e.g. The Birmingham News, Alabama, 2 December 1892).Pittsburgh Dispatch, 9 December 1892
8 Dec 1892New York, Freundschaft201712Twelve games even, six games at knight odds, two at rook oods.The Baltimore Sun, 10 December 1892
10 Dec 1892New York, Brooklyn C.C.14833Lasker resigned one game in a won position because of his opponent’s very slow play.Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 11 and 12 December 1892
13 Dec 1892Logansport141301Logansport Pharos-Tribune, 14 December 1892
29 Dec 1892Philadelphia, Continental C.C.194150The Standard Union (Brooklyn), 30 December 1892, had Lasker win 3 and draw 16 games, noting that Lasker had entered a bet that he would not lose a game and accepted a number of draws in very favorable positions.Philadelphia Inquirer, 1 January 1893, p3
1893

Lasker stayed for about a month in Havana, where he played a series of small matches and offhand games. Only one simultaneous exhibition seems to have been arranged. Whyld98 also listed a second blindfold simultaneous exhibition on 10 February 1893 in Havana (without any results), but this appears to be a mix-up as Lasker just played two individual blindfold games on 10 and 11 February (The Sun, 21 February 1893).
Later Lasker spent several months in New Orleans, Chicago, and Kentucky, before returing to New York in August, where he issued a challenge to Steinitz, played several serious individual games, and won the “impromptu” tournament in the first half of October.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
2 Jan 1893Philadelphia, Franklin C.C.201244Philadelphia Inquirer, 3 January 1893, p3
5 Feb 1893Havana211902The Sun, 7 February 1893
20 Feb 1893New Orleans161510Times-Democrat, New Orleans, 26 February 1893
23 Feb 1893New Orleans171232Times-Picayune, New Orleans, 24 February 1893; Times-Democrat, New Orleans, 26 February 1893
25 Feb 1893New Orleans171700The Sun, 2 March 1893
1 Apr 1893New Orleans????Although mentioned twice in the Times-Democrat, it seems doubtful that this exhibition actually took place.Times-Democrat, 30 March and 2 April 1893
23 May 1893Memphis151500Memphis Commercial, 24 May 1893
30 May 1893Chicago11911The dates given in Whyld98 for the four Chicago exhibitions appear to be mistaken.Chicago Tribune, 31 May 1893; Chicago Times, 11 June 1893
31 May 1893Chicago9702Chicago Times, 11 June 1893
1 Jun 1893Chicago11911Chicago Times, 11 June 1893
2? Jun 1893Chicago111100Chicago Times, 11 June 1893
16 Sep 1893New York, Manhattan C.C.191333The Sun, 18 September 1893; The Standard Union, 18 September 1893
23 Sep 1893New York, Brooklyn C.C.151311The Standard Union, 25 and 30 September 1893
23 Oct 1893Philadelphia, Franklin C.C.191135Philadelphia Times, 24 October 1893
24 Oct 1893Baltimore232210Der Deutsche Correspondent (Baltimore), 26 October 1893; Baltimore Sunday News, 28 October 1893
1894

Ahead of the world championship match with Steinitz (played from March to May in New York, Philadelphia, and Montreal), Lasker put in only very few public appearances. After winning the title, he sought rest and limited his public appearances. He planned several exhibitions in late fall in the United Kingdom, but fell seriously ill with typhoid fever and had to cancel all plans.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
20 Jan 1894New York, Brooklyn C.C.181611Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 21 and 22 January 1894; The Standard Union, 22 January 1894
23 Jul 1894Berlin, Café Kaiserhof (blindfold)4220A charity exhibition.Volkszeitung (Berlin), 24 July 1894; Berliner Tageblatt, 27 July 1894; Deutsches Wochenschach, 29 July 1894, p. 258, and 5 August 1894, pp. 263f.
9 Sep 1894Leipzig362475Played at the conclusion of the German Chess Congress. Unfinished games were adjudicated by Baird and Janowski. Some sources had six draws and six losses (e.g. Daily News, 17 September 1894).Volkszeitung (Berlin), 11 September 1894; Deutsches Wochenschach, 13 September 1894, p. 323
3 Oct 1894Brighton252032The Standard, 4 October 1894
1895

A blindfold exhibition on four boards (+3 =0 –1) given in Berlin, 26 November 1895, is occasionally attributed to Lasker (e.g. in The Standard, 28 November 1895), but it was actually performed by his brother Berthold (see e.g. Altonaer Nachrichten, 30 November 1895).

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
19 Jan 1895Brighton C.C.202000The Standard, 21 January 1895
22 Jan 1895Brighton, St. Ann’s141400British Chess Magazine, February 1895, p. 76
25 Jan 1895Liverpool, Weekly Mercury Trophy252032Liverpool Mercury, 26 January 1895
26 Jan 1895Liverpool C.C.191900Liverpool Mercury, 28 January 1895
28 Jan 1895Liverpool (consultation)2002Liverpool Mercury, 2 February 1895
20 Mar 1895Hastings201910The Standard, 25 March 1895
5 Apr 1895London, Cyprus C.C.181611Morning Post, 8 April 1895
19 May 1895London, Maccabaeans191621Jewish Chronicle, 24 May 1895
24 May 1895Croydon, Y.M.C.A.161600Croydon Times, 29 May 1895
28 May 1895London, 8 King William St.14???According to reprints in the Chess Player’s Chronicle, 3 July 1895, p. 190f., and the Liverpool Mercury, 6 July 1895, a game from this exhibition (against an “Amateur”) was given in the chess column of the Morning (London). The former reprint pointed to 14 games in total, the latter to 13, while Whyld98 indicated 12. Neither gave detailed results.
Vlastimil Fiala, in the Quarterly for Chess History, 18/2017, p. 349, gave Simpson’s Café as the venue (based on an undated game against Steel from the Standard, 12 June 1895), but the sources do not seem to support that conclusion.
Morning Post, 3 June 1895
20 Jul 1895Ilkley, Spa Hydro161210According to the Leeds Mercury, three games were left unfinished as Lasker’s opponents had to catch the last train. Other sources counted the three games as wins for Lasker (i.e. +15 =1).Leeds Mercury, 23 July 1895; Bradford Weekly Telegraph, 27 July 1895; British Chess Magazine, August 1895, p. 330
8 Nov 1895Swansea212100Evening Express, 14 November 1895; The Cambrian, 15 November 1895
9 Nov 1895Llanelly171700South Wales Daily Post, 12 November 1895
11 Nov 1895Aberdare171700South Wales Daily News, 13 November 1895
12 Nov 1895Pontypridd, Rhonda C.C.202000Evening Express, 14 November 1895
13 Nov 1895Cardiff191801South Wales Daily News, 14 November 1895; Evening Express, 14 November 1895
14 Nov 1895Liverpool, Weekly Mercury Trophy252410Liverpool Mercury, 23 November 1895
15 Nov 1895Newcastle161510Newcastle Daily Chronicle, 16 November 1895
16 Nov 1895Newcastle171421Newcastle Daily Chronicle, 18 November 1895
1896

Some confusion exists around Lasker’s Moscow exhibitions in February 1896. Whyld98 has two spurios entries on 4 and 6 February and the exhibition of 3 February is dated 5 February. Note that all dates given here are in the Western calendar style.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
3 Feb 1896Moscow191621The Moskovskiye Vedomosti listed all 19 opponents. Shakhmatny Zhurnal gave the number of wins as 23 instead of 16, probably by mistake; many other periodicals also had +23 =2 –1 (e.g. Rigasche Rundschau, 3 [15] February 1896).Moskovskiye Vedomosti, 28 January 1896 (9 February 1896 n.st.); Shakhmatny Zhurnal, January-February 1896, p. 45
11 Feb 1896St. Petersburg C.C.242022Novoe Vremya, 5 (17) February 1896; Shakhmatny Zhurnal, January-February 1896, p. 42
28 Feb 1896Berlin, Hotel Kaiserhof (consultation)3201Berliner Tageblatt, 29 February 1896
17 Mar 1896Berlin, Hotel Kaiserhof242130The Berliner Schachzeitung, 1 April 1896, p. 14, as well as the Deutsches Wochenschach, 22 March 1896, p. 95, gave the result as +22 =2.Berliner Tageblatt, 18 March 1896
17 Apr 1896London, Criterion, Victoria Hall282062The Standard, 20 April 1896
4 Sep 1896Hamburg C.C.252221Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 5 September 1896; Hamburger Nachrichten, 6 September 1896
18 Sep 1896Berlin, Schachklub Centrum181710Volkszeitung (Berlin), 20 September 1896
1897

Whyld’s entry for 16 August could not be corroborated; the game ending in Deutsches Wochenschach, 22 August 1897, p. 277 does not appear to stem from a simultaneous exhibition.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
18 Feb 1897Hereford252230Whyld98 [citing, in the games section, Hereford Times, 27 February, 6 and 13 March 1897]
19 Feb 1897Hereford191810Whyld98 [citing, in the games section, Hereford Times, 27 February, 6 and 13 March 1897]
26 Feb 1897Brighton181701Sussex Chess Congress.Pall Mall Gazette, 1 March 1897; London Evening Standard, 1 March 1897
27 Feb 1897Brighton393900Sussex Chess Congress.Pall Mall Gazette, 1 March 1897; London Evening Standard, 1 March 1897
1 Mar 1897Birmingham312632Birmingham Weekly Mercury, 6 March 1897
2 Mar 1897Birmingham (consultation)6600Birmingham Weekly Mercury, 6 March 1897
1898

There seems to be no hard evidence for an exhibition in Newport in mid-November (listed in Whyld98, without any results). Lasker did give a lecture, however, at Newport, Monouthshire around the 18th of November (mentioned e.g. in the Northern Whig, 24 November 1898).

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
13 Feb 1898Leipzig, Hotel Stadt Dresden221912Deutsche Schachzeitung, March 1898, p. 93
15 Feb 1898Dresden, Café König282440Deutsches Wochenschach, 27 February 1898, p. 92
22 Feb 1898Bremen C.C.242400Deutsches Wochenschach, 6 March 1898, p. 99, and Deutsche Schachzeitung, April 1898, p. 126 (and Whyld98) had +20 instead.Jeversches Wochenblatt, 26 February 1898
23 Feb 1898Bremen, Café Roland201901Deutsches Wochenschach, 6 March 1898, p. 99
22 Mar 1898Frankfurt on Main221624Deutsches Wochenschach, 3 April 1898, p. 147
24 Mar 1898Freiburg im Breisgau131003One of the games was played blindfold by Lasker.Deutsches Wochenschach, 3 April 1898, p. 147
26 Mar 1898Mulhouse????Exhibition mentioned in Der Schachfreund, April 1898, p. 14, the British Chess Magazine, 1898, p. 197, and also announcement in Le petit bleu du matin, 26 March 1898, and Le Rappel, 26 March 1898 (“20 to 25 games”).
27 Mar 1898Zurich222101Schweizer Sportblatt, 29 March and 5 April 1898; Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 3 and 17 April 1898
30 Mar 1898Berne232201Der Bund (Berne), 1 April 1898
1 Apr 1898St. Gallen181710St. Galler Tagblatt, 31 March, 4 and 5 April 1898
3 Apr 1898Ghent????Exhibition mentioned in Alapin’s Der Schachfreund, May 1898, p. 31.
4 Apr 1898Antwerp2121?0?0?The report only mentioned Lasker playing against six, seven, and eight players, “which he beat with remarkable zest.”L’Echo Belge, 6 April 1898
6 Apr 1898Utrecht333021Haagsche Courant, 8 April 1898
7 Apr 1898Leiden, Students C.C.312614Algemeen Handelsblad, 9 April 1898 (Ochtenblad)
8 Apr 1898The Hague171610In its first report, the Haagsche Courant, 12 April 1898 (as well as many other daily papers), gave the result as +16 =1 –0. Two weeks later, in its summary, the Courant added one win to Lasker’s score.Haagsche Courant, 25 April 1898 (Tweede Blad)
28 Apr 1898Hanover C.C.252401Mentioned in Alapin’s Der Schachfreund, May 1898, p. 31.Hannoverscher Courier, 3 May 1898 (evening ed.)
25 Oct 1898Hamburg C.C.282701Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 27 October 1898
5 Nov 1898London, Ladies C.C.212100The Pall Mall Gazette, 7 November 1898, and the Northern Whig, 24 November 1898, had Lasker win 22 games.London Evening Standard, 11 November 1898
10 Nov 1898Basingstoke202000Hants and Berks Gazette and Middlesex and Surrey Journal, 12 November 1898; Northern Whig, 24 November 1898
12 Nov 1898Oxford University201721Northern Whig, 24 November 1898
16 Nov 1898Plymouth312443In actual play, Lasker won 21 games and lost 1, the rest was adjudicated by T.J. Winter-Wood.Exeter and Plymouth Gazette, 22 November 1898
17 Nov 1898Falmouth141400Exeter and Plymouth Gazette, 22 November 1898
22 Nov 1898London, City of London C.C.241841One game was left undecided.Morning Post, 28 November 1898; London Evening Standard, 28 November 1898
24 Nov 1898Cheltenham302442Ten years later, the Cheltenham Examiner, 12 February 1908, gave the result as +23 =5 –2.Cheltenham Examiner, 30 November 1898
25 Nov 1898Clifton (Bristol), Imperial Hotel241822Two games were left undecided. The club’s annual report (Bristol Mercury, 9 and 14 October 1899 [Supplement]) had the result as +18 =3 –2, with 3 games unfinished.Bristol Mercury, 26 November 1898; Western Daily Press, 26 November 1898
26 Nov 1898Clifton (Bristol), Imperial Hotel261611Eight games were left undecided. Reports on the outcome differ; Whyld had +16 =1 –0, with 8 games undecided, while elsewhere +19 =4 –2 was given.Bristol Mercury, 28 November 1898
1 Dec 1898Birmingham, Central C.C.251391Various games were adjudicated, two left undecided.Birmingham Daily Gazette, 2 December 1898; Birmingham Weekly Post, 10 December 1898 [as quoted in the Quarterly for Chess History, issue 6/2000, pp. 380f. (giving the year of publication as 1899)]
9 Dec 1898Ealing232021Morning Post, 12 December 1898
10 Dec 1898Eastbourne201910Eastbourne Chronicle, 17 December 1898
16 Dec 1898Manchester C.C.25139114 games were adjudicated, two left undecided.Manchester Weekly Times, 23 December 1898
17 Dec 1898Hanley322620Four games were “left unfinished with no appreciable advantage on either side.” (Newcastle Guardian)Manchester Weekly Times, 23 December 1898; Newcastle Guardian and Silverdale, Chesterton and Audley Chronicle, 24 December 1898
20 Dec 1898Manchester, German Club (Schiller-Anstalt)262321Manchester Weekly Times, 23 December 1898
1899

The results of Lasker’s Moscow stay are again the subject of much confusion. For instance, Whyld listed at simultaneous exhibition on 12 February 1899, but Lasker only played a consultation game on that day. Earlier, on 7 February, he played several offhand games and the result may have been 10 wins, one draw and one loss (or a second draw). His overall results in Moscow (including consultation games) were reported as +102 =19 –9, with 3 games undecided (see Novoye Vremya, 15 [27] February 1899, and Russkiye Vedomosti, 11 [23] February 1899).

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
5 Jan 1899Glasgow252320The Scotsman, 6 January 1899
6 Jan 1899Glasgow272700The Scotsman, 7 January 1899
7 Jan 1899Stirling232201The result given by most contemporary Scottish papers. Instead, the Hereford Times and Newcastle Courant of 21 January 1899 had Lasker win 24 and lose 1 game.Dundee Advertiser, 9 January 1899
9 Jan 1899Edinburgh272412Dundee Advertiser, 10 January 1899; The Scotsman, 10 January 1899
10 Jan 1899North Manchester C.C.252311Manchester Weekly Times, 13 January 1899
8 Feb 1899Moscow261961Instead, a note in Düna-Zeitung, 6 February 1899, gave the outcome as +24 = 2 –0.Novoye Vremya, 1 (13) February 1899; Deutsches Wochenschach, 5 March 1899, p. 91; Der Schachfreund, March 1899, p. 214
10 Feb 1899Moscow (blindfold)6600Novoye Vremya, 1 (13) February 1899; Deutsches Wochenschach, 5 March 1899, p. 91; Der Schachfreund, March 1899, p. 214
13 Feb 1899Moscow (consultation)10811Novoye Vremya, 4 (16) February 1899; Deutsche Schachzeitung, March 1899, p. 94
15 Feb 1899Moscow362833Two games were left undecided (which Whyld98 added to the three draws).Novoye Vremya, 8 (20) February 1899; Deutsche Schachzeitung, March 1899, p. 94
17 Feb 1899Moscow392682Results according to the Moscow papers of the time. Whyld98 instead gave +31 =5 –4, while Deutsche Schachzeitung, March 1899, p. 94 had +29 =3 –3 (and 5 undecided) and Novoye Vremya, 11 (23) February 1899, indicated 39 games with a result of +28 =8 –2 and 3 undecided (sic).Moskovskiye Vedomosti, 7 (19) February 1899; Russkiye Vedomosti, 6 and 7 (18 and 19) February 1899
11 Jul 1899London262123Held at the closing ceremony of the London international tournament.Morning Post, 12 July 1899

1900s

1900

Whyld98 gave an additional exhibition each in Birmingham and Manchester, but these entries appear to be spurious.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
14 Feb 1900Wiesbaden151500Deutsches Wochenschach, 25 February 1900, p. 68
23 Sep 1900Szeged9810Pesti Hírlap, 25 September 1900; Pester Lloyd, 25 September 1900; Wiener Schachzeitung, October 1900, p. 216
24 Sep 1900Szeged (blindfold)5500Hazánk (Budapest), 28 September 1900; Wiener Schachzeitung, October 1900, p. 216
25 Sep 1900Nagyvárad [=Oradea, Grosswardein] (leapfrog with Maroczy and Marco)302910Maróczy had started the exhibition alone but was joined by Lasker and Marco in the second half.Wiener Schachzeitung, October 1900, pp. 216f.
26 Sep 1900Nagyvárad [=Oradea, Grosswardein] (blindfold)4400Wiener Schachzeitung, October 1900, p. 217
27 Sep 1900Budapest (blindfold)5500Pesti Hírlap, 28 September 1900; Budapesti Napló, 28 September 1900
29 Sep 1900Budapest (leapfrog with Maroczy)302721Most reports on the occasion point to 29 September and 25 games, but they did not provide an actual result (Budapesti Hírlap, 30 September 1900; Pesti Napló, 30 September 1900; Wiener Schachzeitung, October 1900, p. 217). Bachmann gave an exact result but dated the exhibition to 27 September.Bachmann, Schachjahrbuch für 1900, pp. 85f.
30 Sep 1900Vienna (blindfold)5410Wiener Zeitung, 1 October 1900; Neues Wiener Journal, 1 October 1900
5 Oct 1900Vienna, Kaufleute (leapfrog with Marco)332823Bachmann (Jahrbuch, pp. 85f.) gave the result as +19 =1 –0.Neues Wiener Tagblatt, 6 October 1900
7 Oct 1900Prague, German Club292342Maróczy, who played five games blindfold, joined Lasker towards the end of the exhibition and finished some of the games. Bachmann gave the result as +21 =2 –5 (Jahrbuch, pp. 85f.).Prager Tagblatt, 8 October 1900
9 Oct 1900Hamburg C.C. (leapfrog with Marocy)292711The annual report of the Hamburger club gave the result, probably mistakenly, as +28 =0 –1 instead.Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 10 October 1900
19 Oct 1900Berlin (leapfrog with Maroczy)151212The Berliner Tageblatt, 20 October 1900, mentioned of 16 games instead (without detailed results), while Deutsches Wochenschach, 21 October 1900, p. 336, even spoke of 30 games contested “with great success”.Der Schachfreund, November 1900, p. 135
8 Nov 1900London, South Place Institute (leapfrog with Maroczy)504352Twelve games were adjudicated by Leopold Hoffer.Westminster Gazette, 10 November 1900; London Evening Standard, 14 November 1900
15 Nov 1900London, South Place Institute (leapfrog with Maroczy)413641Lasker’s loss was against Richard Teichmann. Some German sources gave the result as +37 =1 –0 (e.g. Deutsche Schachzeitung, January 1901, pp. 29f.; Bachmann, Jahrbuch für 1900, pp. 85f.).Westminster Gazette, 17 November 1900; London Evening Standard, 23 November 1900
21 Nov 1900London, City of London C.C.251447Ten games were adjudicated by Blackburne.The Field, 24 November 1900; Morning Post, 26 November 1900; London Evening Standard, 27 November 1900
23 Nov 1900Birmingham, Temperance Institutec10c1000Vlastimil Fiala in the Quarter for Chess History, no. 6/2000, pp. 382f. claimed a score of 25 wins, but it was not possible to verify this score indepedently. The Cheltenham Examiner, 28 November 1900, indicated “less than a dozen” and the Birmingham Weekly Post, 1 December 1900, spoke of “a meagre attendendance”.Cheltenham Examiner, 28 November 1900
28 Nov 1900Norwich C.C.201523Eastern Evening News, 29 November 1900; Morning Post, 3 December 1900; Norwich Mercury, 8 December 1900
1 Dec 1900London, Ladies C.C. (leapfrog with Maroczy)232120Morning Post, 3 December 1900
5 Dec 1900Derby, Midland Railway Institute (leapfrog with Maróczy)625840Nottingham Journal, 7 December 1900; Derby Mercury, 12 December 1900
6 Dec 1900Hereford C.A.454401Result as given in the Hereford Journal (which spoke of 22 boards, so possibly several games were played on some boards). Whyld98, possibly based on the Hereford Times (which so far has not been available to us), instead gave +22 =0 –1.Hereford Journal, 8 December 1900
7 Dec 1900Hereford C.A.323101Score derived from the total score for the two Hereford exhibitions (+77 =0 –2). Whyld98, possibly based on the Hereford Times (which so far has not been available to us), instead gave +17 =0 –1.Hereford Journal, 15 December 1900; Westminster Gazette, 15 December 1900
9 Dec 1900Manchester, Jewish Working Men’s Club (leapfrog with Maróczy)404000Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 10 December 1900
13 Dec 1900Manchester, Derby Hall (leapfrog with Maróczy)262510Manchester Times, 21 December 1900
14 Dec 1900Manchester403910Pesti Hírlap, 23.12.1900; DSZ Jan 1901, S. 30 [DSZ: leapfrog w Maroczy]
17 Dec 1900Basingstoke (blindfold)6600Originally Maróczy was to play blindfold, but since he struggled with the descriptive notation, Lasker took his place.Hants and Berks Gazette and Middlesex and Surrey Journal, 22 December 1900; Reading Mercury 22 December 1900
18 Dec 1900Eastbourne222101Eastbourne Gazette, 19 and 22 December 1900
20 Dec 1900Lynn191900Lynn News & County Press, 22 December 1900
1901

In 1901 Lasker took up residence in Manchester. It is likely that in his position as a chess teacher at the North Manchester Club he also gave some informal exhibitions that were not mentioned in the press. Whyld98 lists additional exhibitions which, however, seem to be duplicates.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
7 Mar 1901Manchester, Sale and District C.C. (blindfold)5500Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 9 March 1901
1 Apr 1901Lancaster C.C.222110Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser, 4 April 1901
3 May 1901New York, Manhattan C.C.231733Daily Standard Union (Brooklyn), 4 May 1901; Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 4 May 1901
13 May 1901New York, Athletic C.C.151500One of the 15 games was played blindfold by Lasker.Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 14 May 1901
14 May 1901New York, Cosmopolitan C.C.252221Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 15 May 1901
17 May 1901Philadelphia, Franklin C.C.201262Some reports gave the game against Voigt as a draw instead of a win for Lasker (+12 =6 –2, e.g. the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 26 May 1901).Philadelphia Times, 26 May 1901
18 May 1901Washington D.C.211731The Baltimore Sun, 20 May 1901, reported the loss against Thomas as a draw.Evening Star (Washington D.C.), 20 May 1901
22 May 1901Davenport232030Daily Leader (Davenport), 23 May 1901
23 May 1901Davenport171610Daily Leader (Davenport), 24 May 1901
24 May 1901Milwaukee363501Some reports had 40 games and Lasker winning all games or ceding just one draw (e.g. the Wood County Reporter, Grand Rapids, 30 May 1901).Deutsche Schachzeitung, July 1901, p. 222
28 May 1901Pittsburgh131012Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, 29 May 1901
30 May 1901Baltimore252302Baltimore Sun, 31 May 1901
3 Oct 1901Manchester, Moss Side C.C.261970Sixteen games adjudicated by F.C. Carroll. In an earlier announcement (2 October), the date of the exhibition was given as 5 October instead.Manchester Evening News, 9 October 1901
21 Nov 1901Lancaster C.C.161510Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser, 22 November 1901
25 Nov 1901Manchester, Mosley Hotel (leapfrog with Janowski)181611Manchester Evening News, 26 October 1901
3 Dec 1901Burnley C.C.221352Two games were unfinished.Lancashire Evening Post, 4 December 1901; Burnley Express, 4 December 1901
9 Dec 1901Manchester, Sale and District C.C.161501Manchester Evening News, 18 December 1901
23 Dec 1901Paris, Cercle Philidor403523This is the result given by the majority of contemporary sources. However, a few also had the result as +34 =2 –4 (e.g. Le Petit Parisien, 25 December 1901, and La Stratégie, January 1902, p. 20) or even +36 =1 –3 (Le Matin, 25 December 1901 and Daily News, 26 December 1901).Gil Blas (Paris), 25 December 1901; La Gazette (Paris), 26 December 1901; Dundee Evening Telegraph, 25 December 1901
1902
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
15 Feb 1902Hereford C.A.393720Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser, 21 February 1902
Mar (?) 1902Ashton-under-Lyne212100Leeds Mercury, 5 April 1902
23 Aug 1902Berlin, Café Kerkau211461Deutsches Wochenschach, 31 August 1902, p. 288; Deutsche Schachzeitung, September 1902, p. 291
27 Sep 1902Manchester C.C.151410Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 29 September 1902
2 Oct 1902Stirling151410Falkirk Herald, 8 October 1902
17 Oct 1902New York, Manhattan C.C.241383Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 18 October 1902; Times Union (Brooklyn), 18 October 1902
25 Oct 1902New York, Manhattan C.C.261790Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 27 October 1902
30 Oct 1902New York, Cosmopolitan C.C.221741Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 31 October 1902
31 Oct 1902New York, Brooklyn, Dutch Arms Club (Kings and Queens League)201802On seven boards two players each were consulting.Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1 November 1902
7 Nov 1902Philadelphia, Mercantile C.C.201721Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 8 November 1902
8 Nov 1902Philadelphia, Franklin C.C.211551Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 10 November 1902
15 Nov 1902Chicago C.C.C.231742Plus two drawn games of checkers. Ten games were adjudicated by L. Uedemann and S.P. Johnston.Chicago Tribune, 16 November 1902
18 Nov 1902Milwaukee, German Club232030Other sources have the result as 22 wins and 1 draw (e.g. the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 30 November 1902).Chicago Tribune, 23 November 1902; Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 7 December 1902
20 Nov 1902Davenport C.C.181800Daily Times (Davenport), 21 November 1902
22 Nov 1902St. Louis C.C.282710An individual game lost against Edward Schrader on the same day is sometimes reported as part of the simultaneous exhibition as well.St. Louis Globe-Democrat, 24 November 1902
25 Nov 1902St. Louis, Office Men’s Club10820St. Louis Globe-Democrat, 26 November 1902
27 Nov 1902Moberley, Mo.76?0?1Annual meeting of the Missouri State Chess Association.St. Louis Globe-Democrat, 30 November 1902
28 Nov 1902Kansas City C.C.C.211920Kansas City Times, 29 November 1902
3 Dec 1902Memphis C.C.W.C.181611Commercial Appeal (Memphis), 4 December 1902
10 Dec 1902Chicago, University Club (knight odds)141301Inter Ocean (Chicago), 14 December 1902
12 Dec 1902Chicago C.C.C.232111Chicago Tribune, 14 December 1902
13 Dec 1902Chicago C.C.C. (consultation)3????Announcement in the Chicago Tribune of 7 December 1902 (“three boards against three consulting players each”).
20 Dec 1902San Francisco, Mechanics Institute C.C.11812San Francisco Chronicle, 21 December 1902
22 Dec 1902San Francisco, Mechanics Institute C.C.151320Plus two games of checkers (both drawn).San Francisco Chronicle, 23 December 1902
23 Dec 1902San Francisco, Whist and C.C.181431San Francisco Chronicle, 24 December 1902
26 Dec 1902San Francisco, Western Addition C.C.W.C.221552San Francisco Chronicle, 28 December 1902, with a correction on 4 January 1903.
27 Dec 1902San Francisco, Mechanics Institute C.C. (blindfold)5401San Francisco Chronicle, 28 December 1902
30 Dec 1902San Francisco, Whist and C.C.232210San Francisco Chronicle, 4 January 1903
31 Dec 1902San Francisco, Mechanics Institute C.C.11902Plus two games of checkers against H.M. Angell, champion checker-player of the Pacific Coast (+1 =0 –1).San Francisco Chronicle, 4 January 1903
1903

Whyld98 has entries for Memphis and St. Paul in January 1903 that seem spurious.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
2? Jan 1903San Francisco, Bohemian Club (blindfold)5500San Francisco Chronicle, 11 January 1903
19 Jan 1903Chicago, Germania Männerchor C.C.151311Chicago Tribune, 25 January 1903
22 Jan 1903Minneapolis C.C.211731Minneapolis Journal, 23 January 1903; Minneapolis Times, 23 January 1903
28 Jan 1903Baltimore, Harmonie262501Baltimore Morning Herald, 29 January 1903
29 Jan 1903Baltimore, Chess Association181701Baltimore Morning Herald, 30 January 1903
4 Feb 1903Boston, Athletic Association252131Boston Globe, 5 February 1903
5 Feb 1903Boston, Boston C.C.121200Boston Globe, 6 February 1903
6 Feb 1903Boston, Boston C.C.161222Boston Globe, 7 February 1903
10 Feb 1903New York, West Side Republican Club141220Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 11 February 1903
13 Feb 1903Syracuse C.C.????An exhibition was announced in the New York Sun, 5 February 1903; whether it took place is not clear.
19 Feb 1903New York, Brooklyn C.C.141013New-York Daily Tribune, 21 February 1903; New York Times, 21 February 1903
12 Mar 1903Princeton, University C.C.8710Daily Princetonian, 13 March 1903
26 Mar 1903Wilkes-Barre, Wyoming Valley C.C.333210Wilkes-Barre Leader, 27 March 1903
11 Jul 1903Berlin, Schachgesellschaft (consultation)11920Berliner Tageblatt, 14 July 1903
16 Oct 1903Nuremberg, Tarrasch C.C.251951Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 24 October 1903
3 Dec 1903Hereford C.A.403820Played on 25 boards, with new players taking the seats of those who were defeated early.Cheltenham Examiner, 9 December 1903
10 Dec 1903North Manchester C.C.2817101British Chess Magazine, January 1904, p. 23
16 Dec 1903London, City of London C.C.201343Five games adjudicated by Blackburne.Morning Post, 21 December 1903
20 Dec 1903Hanover C.C.181710Deutsche Schachzeitung, January 1904, p. 28
1904
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
28 Jan 1904Bremen, Café Roland332724Deutsche Schachzeitung, February 1904, p. 60
30 Jan 1904Hamburg C.C.312902Altonaer Zeitung, 1 February 1904; Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 2 February 1904
6 Feb 1904London, Metropolitan C.C.201910Daily News, 8 February 1904
9 Feb 1904Brighton221840Sussex Chess CongressKent & Sussex Courier, 12 February 1904
10 Feb 1904Brighton (blindfold)6600Sussex Chess CongressWestminster Gazette, 11 February 1904
13 Feb 1904Brighton302631Sussex Chess CongressBrighton Gazette, 18 February 1904
3 Nov 1904Ithaca, Cornell University, College C.C.201730Cornell Daily Sun, 4 November 1904; Times Union (Brooklyn), 5 November 1904
1905
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
30 Mar 1905Elizabeth, NJ, C.W.C.222200Possibly festivities for the 20th anniversary of the New Jersey Chess Association.Lasker’s Chess Magazine, April 1905, p. 248
ca. Apr 1905New York, Dyker Heights C.C.252500Lasker’s Chess Magazine, May 1905, p. 10
29 Apr 1905Philadelphia, Mercantile Library C.C.191531Philadelphia Inquirer, 30 April 1905
6 May 1905Chicago372764Chicago Sunday Tribune, 7 May 1905
13 May 1905Memphis C.C.W.C.151500Commercial Appeal (Memphis), 12 May 1905
16 May 1905New Orleans C.C.W.C.101000Times-Democrat (New Orleans), 17 May 1905
18 May 1905New Orleans C.C.W.C.111100Times-Democrat (New Orleans), 19 May 1905
20 May 1905New Orleans C.C.W.C.231751Occasionally the result has also been given as +16 =6 (e.g. Chicago Tribune, 28 May 1905; Whyld98).Times-Democrat (New Orleans), 21 May 1905
27 May 1905Minneapolis C.C. (afternoon)121110Minneapolis Journal, 29 May 1905
27 May 1905Minneapolis C.C. (evening)111100Minneapolis Journal, 29 May 1905
29 May 1905Minneapolis C.C.8602Minneapolis Daily Times, 30 May 1905; Times-Democrat, 18 June 1905
30 May 1905Minneapolis, Commercial Club????Announced in the Minneapolis Daily Times, 30 May 1905.
19 Jun 1905Staten Island C.C.19[18][0]1Gala for the club’s fifteenth anniversary.American Chess Bulletin, June 1905, p. 234
29 Jun 1905Baltimore C.A.262510According to Lasker’s own magazine, he won all 26 games, but the Washington Evening Star, 13 November 1940, gave the moves of a draw scored by H.E. Garner.Baltimore Sun, 30 June 1905; Lasker’s Chess Magazine, July 1905, p. 144
12 July 1905Castalian Springs141220At the annual tournament of the Mississippi Chess Association.Commercial Appeal (Memphis), 14 July 1905; Times-Democrat (New Orleans), 30 July and 3 September 1905
7 Dec 1905New York, Brooklyn, Dyker Heights C.C.161600Eight participants accepted Lasker’s offer to play at knight odds.Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 8 December 1905
9 Dec 1905Philadelphia, Franklin C.C.151032New York Times, 17 Decemeber 1905; Times-Tribune (Scranton), 30 December 1905
15 Dec 1905Montreal141121The Gazette (Montreal), 16 and 23 December 1905
1906

Addittional exhibitions mentioned by Whyld (Memphis and Dallas in March) could not be corroborated, although reports confirm that Lasker visited those places on his tour. See also the brief summary in Lasker’s Chess Magazine, April 1906, p. 246. Later in the year, Lasker was expected for an exhibition in Washington D.C. on 22 November, but did not make it on time and it does not seem like the exhibition was played on the following day either.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
25 Jan 1906New York, Manhattan C.C.322561Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 28 January 1906
27 Jan 1906Chicago, University Club131111Chicago Tribune, 28 January 1906
30 Jan 1906Saint Louis, Missouri Athletic Club2220?1?1The St. Louis Globe-Democrat instead indicated 20 wins and 1 loss; for 1 game it omitted the result (the Westliche Post reported that one as a win for Lasker, but had some missing results on other boards).St. Louis Globe-Democrat, 31 January 1906; Westliche Post (St. Louis), 31 January 1906
1 Feb 1906Topeka (afternoon)212010Kansas State Chess Association meeting.Topeka State Journal, 2 February 1906
1 Feb 1906Topeka (evening)231931Kansas State Chess Association meeting.Topeka State Journal, 2 February 1906
2 Feb 1906Kansas City, C.C.W.C.12930Kansas City Times, 3 February 1906
19 Feb 1906Havana, Union Club111001Diario de la Marina, 20 and 21 February 1906 (evening ed.)
25 Feb 1906Havana, Atenéo????Announced in the Diario de la Marina, 24 February 1906. The same article also indicated that Lasker was going to play two games blindfold on 27 February.
12 Mar 1906Fort Worth C.C.10910Simultaneously, Lasker also played two games of checkers, both of which he lost.Fort Worth Telegram, 13 March 1906
13 Mar 1906Waco C.C.111100Houston Post, 15 March 1906
15 Mar 1906Palestine (Texas) C.C.????One of several mentions was in the Houston Post, 17 March 1906. No detailed results were given but it was noted that a lecture was “followed by several games with visiting and local chess players. His marvelous skill made his opponents easy victims. Judge T.M. Taylor, one of Palestine’s best players, Prof. Lasker defeated, playing blindfolded.”
20 Mar 1906Joplin C.C.????Mentioned, for example, in the Galena Evening Times of 19 and 21 March 1906 but without results.
19 Apr 1906Boston C.C.302433Played at the New England Chess Assocation championship.Boston Evening Transcript, 20 April 1906
20 Apr 1906Hartford C.C.151311Hartford Courant, 4 May 1906
[14] Jun 1906New York, Rice C.C.301884The report did not date the exhibition further than “last week”.Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 24 June 1906
25 Sep 1906Scranton C.C.201730Scranton Truth, 26 September 1906; Scranton Times, 26 September 1906
26 Sep 1906Wilkes-Barre C.C.181800Other papers had Lasker win 16 (Wilkes-Barre News, 27 September 1906) or 20 (Tribune, Scranton, 27 September 1906) games.Wilkes-Barre Times, 27 September 1906
29 Sep 1906Philadelphia, Mercantile Library C.A.201541Philadelphia Inquirer, 7 October 1906
9 Oct 1906New York, Rice C.C. (leapfrog with Marshall)161060Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 14 October 1906
18 Oct 1906New York, Manhattan C.C.292441Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 21 October 1906
17 Oct 1906Pittsburgh C.C.262222Pittsburgh Press, 18 October 1906
29 Oct 1906New York, Brooklyn, Dyker Heights C.C.10820Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 30 October 1906
10 Nov 1906Philadelphia, Franklin C.C.201721Philadelphia Inquirer, 18 November 1906
12 Nov 1906Dayton C.C.252441Dayton Herald, 13 November 1906
17 Nov 1906Kansas City, C.C.W.C.9810Kansas City Star, 18 November 1906
19 Nov 1906Memphis C.C.10910
24 Nov 1906Montreal, Westmount C.C.????Announced in the Montreal Star, 9 November 1906, and the Winnipeg Tribune, 24 November 1906, but not clear if it took place.
1907

Lasker’s tour after the Marshall match was also to contain an exhibition at Sioux City, but he was unable to show up due to illness (Sioux City Journal, 12 June 1907). Later that year, although Lasker visited the Franklin C.C. in Philadelphia on 22-23 November, he did not give a simultaneous exhibition on that occasion.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
12 Jan 1907Hackensack C.C.403640Times Union (Brooklyn), 14 January 1907; The Record (Hackensack), 14 January 1907
17 Jan 1907New York, Manhattan C.C.332922Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 18 January 1907
5 Mar 1907Washington C.C.C.221660Played during the 1907 world championship match with Marshall.Washington Post, 6 March 1907
19 Apr 1907Boston C.C.261862Boston Globe, 20 April 1907
30 Apr 1907Richmond Hill, Queens County C.C.191711Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1 May 1907
10 May 1907Morristown (N.J.), Tapkaow Club252320American Chess Bulletin, June 1907, p. 109
20 May 1907Hoboken C.C.292540New York Evening Post, 22 May 1907
25 May 1907Hartford C.C.151410Plus one drawn game of checkers.Lasker’s Chess Magazine, July 1907, p. 107
26 May 1907Boston, Young Men’s Hebrew Association181620Lasker’s Chess Magazine, June 1907, p. 59, citing the Boston Post, had the result as +14 =2.Boston Globe, 27 May 1907
28 May 1907Erie C.C. (Pa.)1313?0?0Lasker’s Chess Magazine, July 1907, pp. 109f.
29 May 1907Troy C.C. (Ohio)10910Piqua Daily Call, 31 May 1907
30 May 1907Saginaw????The exhibition was announced in the American Chess Bulletin, June 1907, p. 109, and also mentioned in the Sebewaing Blade, 31 May 1907. Currently, no further details are available.
2 Jun 1907Minneapolis C.C.121011The Star Tribune report indicated the date as “yesterday”, but originally it had been announced for 1 June, not 2 June.Star Tribune (Minneapolis), 3 June 1907
3 Jun 1907Northfield (Minnesota)????The exhibition was announced among others in the American Chess Bulletin, June 1907, p. 109. Currently, no further details are available.
4 Jun 1907St. Paul C.W.C.151500Lasker’s Chess Magazine, July 1907, pp. 105f.
6 Jun 1907Grand Forks C.C. (N.D.) 18??18??0?0?The report did not mention the exact score, merely stating that Lasker played “a series of games with nearly a score of players” and “after defeating his opponents at this series of simultaneous games he played a series of consultation games.”Grand Forks Evening Times, 7 June 1907
7 Jun 1907Winnipeg C.C.141202Winnipeg Tribune, 8 June 1907
8 Jun 1907Winnipeg C.C. (afternoon)8701Winnipeg Tribune, 10 June 1907
8 Jun 1907Winnipeg C.C. (evening)171322Winnipeg Tribune, 10 June 1907
12 Jun 1907Kansas City C.C.W.C.7700Lasker also played four games of checkers, drawing three and losing one. Whether all games were played simultaneously is not clear.Kansas City Times, 13 June 1907
13 Jun 1907Topeka C.C.151311Topeka Daily Capital, 14 June 1907; Topeka State Journal, 14 June 1907
18 Jun 1907New Orleans C.C.W.C181224Times-Democrat (New Orleans), 19 June 1907
24 Jun 1907New Orleans C.C.W.C161321Times-Democrat (New Orleans), 25 June 1907
30 Oct 1907New York, Rice C.C.302334Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 3 November 1907
16 Nov 1907Philadelphia, Mercantile Library201172Philadelphia Inquirer, 24 November 1907
20 Nov 1907New York, Brooklyn C.C.241833Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 21 November 1907
1908

The year saw Lasker’s largest tour of all. According to the London Evening Standard, 8 May 1908, the total of the British tour was 64 exhibitions with 1349 games resulting in +1094 =196 –60. In 28 exhibitions Lasker did not lose a single game; in addition, eight consultation games resulted in a score of +7 =1 –0. Presumably, these figures were provided by Lasker himself or his tour manager C.S. Howell. The figures match the figures given below quite well.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
21 Jan 1908London, Patent Office181530Lasker’s Chess Magazine, February 1908, p. 148, and some other sources gave the result as +16 =3 instead.Hampshire Telegraph, 22 February 1908
24 Jan 1908West London C.C.241851West London Observer, 31 January 1908; Hampshire Telegraph, 22 February 1908
25 Jan 1908Tunbridge Wells C.C.221831Kent & Sussex Courier, 31 January 1908; Hampshire Telegraph, 22 February 1908
27 Jan 1908London, Stock Exchange C.C.201631Lasker’s column in the New York Evening Post of 26 February 1908 printed the result as +14 =5 –1.Nottingham Evening Post, 28 January 1908; Hampshire Telegraph, 22 February 1908
30 Jan 1908London, Brixton C.C.201730Misprinted as “Bristol C.C.” in Lasker’s Chess Magazine, March 1908, p.195, and some other sources.South London Press, 7 February 1908; Hampshire Telegraph, 22 February 1908
1 Feb 1908London, Hampstead C.C.201541Cheltenham Examiner, 19 February 1908; New York Evening Post, 26 February 1908
3 Feb 1908London, Insurance C.C.201631Lasker’s Chess Magazine, February 1908, p. 149, and March 1908, p. 196
4? Feb 1908London, Lud Eagle20c16c2c2The combined score of the Lud Eagle and Bromley exhibitions (+32 =4 –4) can be deduced from the overall score in the London exhibitions as given in the New York Evening Post, 8 March 1908 (+183 =38 –11).
5 Feb 1908London, Bromley C.C.20c16c2c2Ditto.
7 Feb 1908London, Ilford C.C.241842Daily News, 13 February 1908; East London Observer, 15 February 1908
8 Feb 1908London, Athenaeum C.C.241860Weekly Irish Times, 29 February 1908
12 Feb 1908Bournemouth C.C.181620Bournemouth Graphic, 20.2.1908
13 Feb 1908Petersfield C.C.212100Hants and Sussex News, 19 February 1908
14 Feb 1908Portsmouth C.C.211722Portsmouth Evening News, 15 February 1908
15 Feb 1908Luton C.C.171331Luton Times and Advertiser, 21 February 1908
17 Feb 1908Swindon C.C.242301Morning Post, 24 February 1908; New York Evening Post, 11 March 1908
18 Feb 1908Oxford University C.C.2614102Morning Post, 24 February 1908
19 Feb 1908Cheltenham C.C.252320Cheltenham Looker-On, 22 February 1908; Cheltenham Examiner, 26 February 1908
20 Feb 1908Cirencester C.C.181611Gloucestershire Echo, 21 February 1908; Cheltenham Chronicle, 22 February 1908
21 Feb 1908Hereford C.A.302721Cheltenham Examiner, 4 March 1908
22 Feb 1908Bristol Y.M.C.A.191621Different sources gave slightly different results (+14 =2 –1 in the Sutton Coldfield News, 29 February 1908; +18 =0–1 in Lasker’s column in the New York Evening Post, 11 March 1908; +17 =2 –1 implied by the Cheltenham Examiner, 4 March 1908), but as the Bristol Times and Mirror gave all the individual results, it seems the most reliable..Bristol Times and Mirror, 24 February 1908
24 Feb 1908Bristol & Clifton C.C.231481Bristol Times and Mirror, 25 February 1908; Clifton and Redland Free Press, 28 February 1908
25 Feb 1908Gloucester C.C.201622Stroud News and Gloucestershire Advertiser, 28 February 1908
26 Feb 1908Cardiff C.C.201811South Wales Daily News, 27 February 1908
27 Feb 1908Llanelly C.C.121020Evening Express and Evening Mail, 28 February 1908
28 Feb 1908Neath, Conservative Club201631South Wales Daily News, 29 February 1908
29 Feb 1908Blaina201640Evening Express and Evening Mail, 2 March 1908
2 Mar 1908Newport C.C.211821Evening Express and Evening Mail, 3 March 1908
3 Mar 1908Weston-super-Mare C.C.201811Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser, 4 and 7 March 1908; Weston Mercury, 7 March 1908
5 Mar 1908Totnes, Grammar School231265Other results have been given, but are probably mistaken.Western Times, 7 March 1908; The Totnes Times and Devon News, 7 March 1908
6 Mar 1908Truro C.C.201820West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser, 9 March 1908
7 Mar 1908Bath C.C.252230Western Daily Press, 9 March 1908; Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette, 12 March 1908
9 Mar 1908Surbiton C.C.????Announcement in the Surrey Comet, 7 March 1908, and the Morning Post, 9 March 1908.
10 Mar 1908Leicester C.C.201235Hampshire Telegraph, 2 May 1908; Leicester Daily Mercury, 11 March 1908 (according to a chessgames.com discussion).
11 Mar 1908Haverhill C.C.9900Suffolk and Essex Free Press, 18 March 1908
13 Mar 1908North Lopham, General Post Office C.C.211362Diss Express, and Norfolk and Suffolk Journal, 3 April 1908
14 Mar 1908London, Ladies C.C.302262Morning Post, 16 March 1908
16 Mar 1908Kidderminster C.C.252410Shrewsbury Chronicle, 27 March 1908
17 Mar 1908Birmingham C.C.282332Liverpool Echo, 18 March 1908
18 Mar 1908Stafford C.C.181800Staffordshire Advertiser, 21 March 1908; Staffordshire Sentinel, 21 March 1908;
19 Mar 1908Stourbridge C.C.362691Shrewsbury Chronicle, 27 March 1908
20 Mar 1908Walsall, Y.M.C.A.221930Walsall Observer, 28 March 1908
21 Mar 1908Shrewsbury C.C.141310Shrewsbury Chronicle, 27 March 1908
23 Mar 1908Colwyn Bay C.C.191720The Welsh Coast Pioneer, 26 March 1908
24 Mar 1908Rhosllanerchrugog, Rhos Esperanto Society161510Rhos Herald, 28 March 1908
25 Mar 1908Wrexham C.C.251951Aberystwith Observer, 2 April 1908
26 Mar 1908Sheffield C.C.262042Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 27 March 1908
28 Mar 1908Nottingham C.C.302352Presumably, Whyld’s entry is based on reports in the Nottingham Guardian, from which several games were quoted (issues of 7 and 14 April 1908). Note that a report in the Exeter and Plymouth Gazette, 14 April 1908, instead gave the result as +21 =5 –2.Whyld, Collected Games of Emanuel Lasker, p. 11 (based on Nottingham Guardian, 7/14 April 1908?)
31 Mar 1908Southport C.C.23???Detailed results can probably be found in the Yorkshire [Weekly] Post, which was given as the source for a Lasker loss from this exhibition in the Cheltenham Examiner, 22 April 1908 (the latter also indicating the total number of games as 23). In the Quarterly for Chess History, no. 13/2007, p. 229, the individual results were given as +13 =0 –1, but without indication of any sources.
1 Apr 1908Manchester (consultation)3210Three games were given in Lasker’s Chess Magazine, May 1908, pp. 5f. The entire week Lasker gave lectures “on midday” at the North Manchester Club, but he may have performed at the Manchester Chess Club in the evening.Manchester Weekly Times, 11 April 1908
2 Apr 1908Altrincham, St. Margaret’s C.C.171511A loss of Lasker’s was widely cited, but so far we do not yet have contemporary evidence for the result.Manchester Weekly Times, 11 April 1908
3 Apr 1908Manchester C.C.302244Manchester Weekly Times, 11 April 1908; Cricket and Football Field, 11 April 1908
4 Apr 1908Walkden, Conservative Club19???The reports did not mention the outcome of the exhibition, which may be an indicator that Lasker won all.Bolton Evening News, 6 April 1908; Manchester Courier, 8 April 1908
6 Apr 1908Burnley C.C.161411The Lancashire Evening Post, 8 April 1908, gave one win more for Lasker.Burnley Express, 8 April 1908
7 Apr 1908Burnley C.C.181620The Lancashire Evening Post, 8 April 1908, gave one win less for Lasker.Burnley Express, 8 April 1908
8 Apr 1908Burnley C.C. (consultation)3300Burnley Express, 11 April 1908
10 Apr 1908Bradford C.C.252050The next day an appearance by Lasker at the Rochdale C.C. was announced (Heywood Advertiser, 10 April 1908), but it may have consisted of just a lecture and some individual exhibition games. No subsequent report has been found yet.Shipley Times and Express, 17 April 1908
13 Apr 1908Bradford C.C. (consultation)3300Bradford Daily Telegraph, 14 April 1908
15 Apr 1908Brighouse C.C.191630Huddersfield Daily Examiner, 16 April 1908
16 Apr 1908Leeds C.C.201442Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 17 April 1908
20 Apr 1908Sevenoaks292054Played at the Kent Chess Association Congress. The results quoted here follow a report that listed all the wins and draws; other reports (notably the Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser, 24 April 1908) had a slightly different result: +22 =4 –4.Kent & Sussex Courier, 24 April 1908 (p. 2)
22 Apr 1908Hastings C.C.181611Part of the Hastings chess week.Hastings and St Leonards Observer, 25 April 1908
25 Apr 1908Hastings C.C.201820Part of the Hastings chess week.Hastings and St Leonards Observer, 2 May 1908
28 Apr 1908London, Metropolitan C.C.221453Morning Post, 4 May 1908
29 Apr 1908London, City of London C.C.209101The loss came after adjudication by Blackburne.Morning Post, 4 and 11 May 1908
30 Apr 1908London, Nightingale-lane C.C. (Balham)161510Morning Post, 4 May 1908
2 May 1908Battersea C.C.201730Morning Post, 11 May 1908
9 May 1908The Hague C.C. (Discendo Discimus)251177Het Vaderland, 10 May 1908 (morning ed.); De Nieuwe Courant, 11 May 1908 (evening ed.)
11 May 1908Rotterdam C.C. (Nieuwe Sv.)252212Algemeen Handelsblad, 12 May 1908 (morning ed. and evening ed.)
12 May 1908Utrecht C.C.261871Rotterdamsch Nieuwsblad, 13 May 1908; Het Vaderland, 13 May 1908 (evening ed.)
13 May 1908Krefeld C.C.322561De Telegraaf, 27 May 1908; Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 30 May 1908
14 May 1908Cologne C.C.282143De Telegraaf, 27 May 1908; Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 30 May 1908
15 May 1908Frankfurt on Main, Anderssen C.C.262132De Telegraaf, 27 May 1908; Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 30 May 1908
16 May 1908Frankfurt on Main C.C.262312De Telegraaf, 27 May 1908; Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 30 May 1908
19 May 1908Augsburg C.C.252221Süddeutsche Schachblätter, 1 June 1908, pp. 93f.
22 May 1908Žatec (Saaz), Anderssen C.C.252311Pilsner Tagblatt, 26 May 1908
24 May 1908Prague C.C.261682Alongside the international master tournament.Bohemia, 25 May 1908; Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 30 May 1908
31 May 1908Głogów (Glogau) C.C.191630Lasker himself gave the result as +15 =3 (New York Evening Post, 13 June 1908; Lasker’s Chess Magazine, June 1908, pp. 36f.).Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 13 June 1908
3 Jun 1908Regensburg C.C.201802New York Evening Post, 17 June 1908
4 Jun 1908Coburg C.C.262420Süddeutsche Schachblätter, 15 June 1908, p. 104; New York Evening Post, 20 June 1908
6 Jun 1908Leiden C.C.252050Algemeen Handelsblad, 10 June 1908 (morning ed.)
8 Jun 1908Scheveningen, Discendo Discimus C.C.251960Some sources mistakenly reported the result as +19 =6 –1.Het Vaderland, 9 June 1908 (morning ed.); The Nieuwe Courant, 9 June 1908
9 Jun 1908Rotterdam C.C. (Nieuwe Sv.)252041De Telegraaf, 11 June 1908
11 Jun 1908Duisburg C.C.262330Deutsches Wochenschach, 21 June 1908, p. 219
13 Jun 1908Stuttgart C.C.251924New York Evening Post, 22 July 1908
15 Jun 1908Plzeň (Pilsen) C.C.251753Lasker himself gave the result as +18 =4 –3 (New York Evening Post, 22 July 1908; Lasker’s Chess Magazine, September 1908, p. 98).Pilsner Tagblatt, 18 June 1908
28 Jun 1908Dessauc16c16?0?0?Played at the meeting of the Saale-Schachbund. Lasker wrote that he contested “about sixteen games”. As he gave no further particulars, it is likely that he won them all.New York Evening Post, 1 August 1908
9 Jul 1908Copenhagen C.C.251843Whyld98 had an additional loss for Lasker.New York Evening Post, 1 August 1908
12 Oct 1908Frankfurt on Main, Anderssen C.C.251474The Hamburg paper gave the day as 10 October which seems mistaken.Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 17 October 1908; Deutsche Schachzeitung, November 1908, p. 352
17 Oct 1908Bremen C.C.2516 (19?)33Three games were still going on when the report for the Bremer Nachrichten was written.Bremer Nachrichten (quoted in Dr. Hartlaub’s Glanzpartien, 2nd ed., Leipzig 1923, pp. 84f.)
15 Dec 1908Berlin, Turm C.C.272322Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 24 December 1908
17 Dec 1908Wrocław [Breslau] C.C.262123New York Evening Post, 6 January 1909; Lasker’s Chess Magazine, December 1908-January 1909, pp. 42f.
19 Dec 1908Vienna C.C. (clocks)3210Neues Wiener Tagblatt, 22 December 1908; Wiener Schachzeitung, no. 2, January 1909, p. 27
20 Dec 1908Vienna C.C.161312Lasker himself gave the result as +12 =1 –2 (New York Evening Post, 9 January 1909).Neues Wiener Tagblatt, 22 December 1908; Wiener Schachzeitung, no. 2, January 1909, p. 27
22 Dec 1908Vienna, Café Central171421Lasker himself gave the result as +13 =2 –2 (New York Evening Post, 16 January 1909).Neues Wiener Tagblatt, 23 December 1908; Die Zeit (Vienna), 23 December 1908; Wiener Schachzeitung, no. 2, January 1909, p. 28
29 Dec 1908Amsterdam, Roode Leeuw251744Lasker himself gave the result as +16 =5 –4 (New York Evening Post, 30 January 1909).Het Vaderland, 30 December 1908; De Telegraaf, 30 December 1908
1909
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
1 Jan 1909Utrecht C.C.252122De Telegraaf, 2 January 1909 (evening ed.)
2 Jan 1909Groningen C.C.252050De Telegraaf, 4 January 1909 (evening ed.)
3 Jan 1909Haarlem C.C.252032De Telegraaf, 4 January 1909 (evening ed.); De Courant, 4 January 1909
8 Jan 1909Paris, Café de la Régence211731Organized by the “Union Amicale des Amateur de la Régence.”La Stratégie, January 1909, p. 25
14 Mar 1909St. Petersburg C.C.251951Novoye Vremya, 16 (29) March 1909
18 Mar 1909Tallinn (Reval) C.C.322471Rigasche Zeitung, 7(20) March 1909; Postimees 10(23) March 1909
20 Mar 1909Tartu (Dorpat) C.C.312173Rigasche Zeitung, 9(22) March 1909; Postimees 10(23) March 1909
22 Mar 1909Riga C.C.302523Düna-Zeitung, 10(23) March 1909
23 Mar 1909Riga C.C.201721Düna-Zeitung, 11(24) March 1909
24 Mar 1909Riga C.C. (consultation)3111Düna-Zeitung, 12(25) March 1909
6 Apr 1909Berlin, Berliner Schachgesellschaft181323Deutsche Schachzeitung, June 1909, p. 187
26 May 1909Paris, Grand Cercle d’Echecs5500La Stratégie, May 1909, p. 167
13 Jun 1909New York, Rice C.C.231472New-York Tribune, 14 June 1909; Buffalo Enquirer, 19 June 1909
18 Jun 1909New York, Athletic Club141211Plus two games at checkers (a win and a draw).New York Evening Post, 19 June 1909
27 Nov 1909Braunschweig C.C.282611Part of the 40-year jubilee reception by the local club.Deutsche Schachblätter, 9 January 1910, p. 167

1910s

1910
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
24 Mar 1910New York, Manhattan C.C.302703Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 25 March 1910; New-York Tribune, 26 March 1910
4 Apr 1910New York, Terrace Garden292252Some games adjudicated by Edward Hymes and Herman Helms. Note that the American Chess Bulletin, June 1910, p. 138, gave the final result as +22 =4 –3.Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 5 April 1910; New York Evening Post, 6 April 1910
21 Apr 1910Washington (DC) C.W.C.292234The Washington Times and Washington Herald of 22 April 1910 instead gave the score as +24 =3 –3.Evening Star (Washington), 22 April 1910; New York Evening Post, 27 April 1910
23 Apr 1910Philadelphia, Franklin C.C.201811Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 26 April 1910; New York Evening Post, 27 April 1910; Philadelphia Inquirer, 8 May 1910
26 Apr 1910New York, Terrace Garden211821Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 27 April 1910; New York Evening Post, 27 April 1910
19 Jun 1910Buenos Aires C.C.312542Caras y Caretas, 25 June 1910
10 Jul 1910Buenos Aires C.C.303000Revista del Club Argentino de Ajedrez, July-September 1910, p. 93
17 Jul 1910Buenos Aires C.C.121020Revista del Club Argentino de Ajedrez, July-September 1910, p. 93
26 Jul 1910Montevideo, Círculo de la Prensa282530El Día (Montevideo), ca. 27 July 1910 (quoted in Silva Nazzari, Ajedrez Uruguayo 1880–1980, Montevideo 2013, pp. 45f.)
18 Oct 1910Berlin C.C. (Schachgesellschaft)201334Deutsches Wochenschach, 23 October 1910, p. 385; Deutsche Schachzeitung, November 1910, p. 347
1911

On Lasker’s trip to the United States in October/November (which also served as some sort of honeymoon), he made some appearances that were not connected with a simultaneous exhibition (Memphis on 25 October and Brooklyn Institute of Arts & Sciences on 4 November). Other stops (Kansas City, Chicago) were planned but seem not to have materialized in the end. Still, one exhibition is possibly missing as the overall result was reported in the New York Sun (according to the New Orleans Times-Democrat, 26 November 1911, as +230 =20 –3 (sic!).

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
26 Jan 1911Budapest C.C.301884After two hours Géza Maróczy joined in the performance and the two masters played the remainder moving alternately.Pester Lloyd, 27 January 1911
14 Oct 1911New York, Manhattan C.C.242310Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 16 October 1911; New York Evening Post, 18 October 1911
21 Oct 1911Louisville C.C.262141Courier-Journal (Louisville Ky.), 22 November 1911; New York Evening Post, 25 November 1911
23 Oct 1911Nashville C.C. (Vanderbilt University)202000New York Evening Post, 28 October 1911; Nashville Banner, 24 October 1911
28 Oct 1911Buffalo C.C.C.131201Buffalo Courier, 29 October 1911; New York Evening Post, 1 November 1911
31 Oct 1911Haverford College (Penn.) C.C.201820New York Evening Post, 4 November 1911; Philadelphia Inquirer, 12 November 1911
2 Nov 1911Yale University C.C.212010Lasker indicated 22 wins and 1 draw (New York Evening Post, 8 November 1911). Hartford Courant, 10 November 1911
11 Nov 1911Philadelphia, Franklin C.C.211722While the Philadelphia Inquirer report also summarized the result as +17 =2 –2 (twice!), it also gave an individual player listing resulting in +16 =3 –2.New York Evening Post, 15 November 1911; Philadelphia Inquirer, 26 November 1911
14 Nov 1911Richmond Hill, Queen’s County C.C.252320Times Union (Brooklyn), 15 November 1911; Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 16 November 1911; New York Evening Post, 18 November 1911
15 Nov 1911Newark, Rice C.C.191810New York Evening Post, 9 and 13 December 1911
16 Nov 1911New York, Brooklyn C.C.252131Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 19 November 1911; New York Evening Post, 25 November and 13 December 1911
18 Nov 1911Boston C.C.252320Boston Globe, 19 November 1911
5 Dec 1911Berlin (leapfrog with Ed. Lasker)201910Deutsches Wochenschach, 17 December 1911, p. 461
1912
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
17 Nov 1912Berlin C.C. (Berliner SG)302361Deutsches Wochenschach, 24 November 1912, p. 421; Deutsche Schachzeitung, January 1913, p. 27
21 Dec 1912Marseille, Café de la Bourse1616?0?0The report indicated that Lasker played 16 games “without losing one”.La Stratégie, December 1912, p. 485
26 Dec 1912Lyons C.C.302334La Stratégie, December 1912, p. 485, and January 1913, p. 29
27 Dec 1912Paris, Café de la Régence171241The entry in the Deutsche Schachzeitung, February 1913, p. 62 (Café de la Régence, 28 December 1912, +17 =2 –1) is likely a mix-up.La Stratégie, December 1912, p. 485
1913
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
16 Oct 1913Krefeld C.C.262231Elsewhere Lasker gave the result as +22 =2 –1 (Pester Lloyd, 26 October 1913).Krefelder Zeitung, 8 November 1913; Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34
20 Oct 1913Mainz C.C.252221Deutsche Schachzeitung, November 1913, pp. 347f.; Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34; Pester Lloyd, 26 October 1913; Deutsches Wochenschach, 2 November 1913, p. 398
21 Oct 1913Nuremberg C.C.252302Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34; Pester Lloyd, 26 October 1913; Deutsches Wochenschach, 2 November 1913, p. 398
23 Oct 1913Munich C.C.252221Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34; Pester Lloyd, 26 October 1913; Deutsches Wochenschach, 2 November 1913, p. 398
25 Oct 1913Innsbruck C.C.262231Lasker himself (Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34, and Pester Lloyd, 4 November 1913) indicated the result as +22 =2 –1.Innsbrucker Nachrichten, 29 October 1913; Deutsche Schachzeitung, January 1914, p. 28
27 Oct 1913Salzburg C.C.252221Pester Lloyd, 4 November 1913; Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34
29 Oct 1913Regensburg C.C.252230Pester Lloyd, 4 November 1913; Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34
1 Nov 1913Wiesbaden C.C.282521Lasker himself (Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34) indicated the result as +22 =2 –1.Wiesbadener Neueste Nachrichten, 4 November 1913
2 Nov 1913Mannheim C.C.251564Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34; Deutsche Schachzeitung, January 1914, pp. 26f.
6 Nov 1913Barmen C.C.262132Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34
8 Nov 1913Mühlheim on Ruhr C.C.151320Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34
10 Nov 1913Aachen C.C.252311Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34
15 Nov 1913Bremen C.C.252221Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34
17 Nov 1913Magdeburg C.C.252140Schachwart, December 1913, p. 34
22 Nov 1913Chemnitz C.C.252221Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59
24 Nov 1913Linz C.C.262321Lasker himself (Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59) indicated the result as +22 =2 –1.Tages-Post (Linz), 26 and 28 November 1913, p. 3; Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59
26 Nov 1913Brno C.C.251951Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59; Quarterly for Chess History 14/2007, pp.248f.; Quarterly for Chess History 19/2018, p. 337f. (3 games)
29 Nov 1913Vienna, Amateurschachklub262240Lasker himself (Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59) indicated the result as +21 =4 –0.Der Morgen (Vienna), 1 December 1913; Neues Wiener Journal, 1 December 1913
2 Dec 1913Wrocław [Breslau] C.C.252221Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59
4 Dec 1913Prague, Dobrušky C.C.2510105Prager Tagblatt, 6 December 1913; Pester Lloyd, 7 December 1913; Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59
6 Dec 1913Königsberg C.C.262420Note that Shakhmatny Vestnik, 15 January 1914, p. 37, dated the exhibition 7 December 1913 and gave the result as +23 =2 –0.Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59
9 Dec 1913Berlin C.C. (Berliner Schachgesellschaft)282521Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59
11 Dec 1913Szczecin [Stettin], Anderssen C.C.252320Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59
13 Dec 1913Kassel C.C.222200Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59
15 Dec 1913Pforzheim C.C.252320Karlsruher Tagblatt, 21 December 1913; Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59
17 Dec 1913Freiburg im Breisgau C.C.252050The Schachwart (January 1914, p. 59) had the result of this exhibition and the following one inverted.Breisgauer Zeitung, 19 December 1913; Pester Lloyd, 25 December 1913
19 Dec 1913Stuttgart C.C.252131Schachwart, January 1914, p. 59
1914
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
27 Feb 1914Hamburg C.C.292072Instead, the Schachwart, April 1914, p. 110, gave 21 wins and six draws.Neue Hamburger Zeitung, 28 February 1914
5 Mar 1914Frankfurt on Main, Anderssen C.C.221930Deutsche Schachzeitung, April 1914, p. 122; Schachwart, April 1914, p. 110
23 Mar 1914Moscow C.C.3622104Note that in Western sources most of the Russian exhibitions were mixed up. The dates given here correspond to the Western calendar.Shakhmatny Vestnik, 15 (28) March 1914, p. 96
25 Mar 1914Moscow C.C.383251Shakhmatny Vestnik, 1 April 1914, p. 107
28 Mar 1914Moscow C.C. (alternating with Bernstein and Alekhine)211452Shakhmatny Vestnik, 1 April 1914, p 107, and 15 June 1914, p. 200 (correcting an opponent’s name).
30 Mar 1914Moscow C.C.4127122Shakhmatny Vestnik, 1 April 1914, p. 107
2 Apr 1914Serpukhov383341Shakhmatny Vestnik, 1 April 1914, p 115
5 Apr 1914Orel282530Shakhmatny Vestnik, 1 June 1914, p. 183
6 Apr 1914Ryazan292531Shakhmatny Vestnik, 15 June 1914, p. 197
26 May 1914Vilnius C.C.302721Deutsche Schachzeitung, July 1914, p. 220
29 May 1914Warsaw C.C.301974Kurier Warszawski, 30 May 1914
31 May 1914Łódz C.C.302145Nowa Gazeta Łódzka, 2 June 1914
14 Jun 1914Berlin, Café Kerkau (leapfrog with Marshall)201820Hamburgischer Correspondent, 19 June 1914; Deutsche Schachzeitung, September 1914, p. 282
1915

Whyld98 listed an exhibition in Carlsbad, 21 August 1915, but the (probably) only source (Dörfler & Schindler, Der Schachkongress zu Braunau, Leipzig 1926, p. 20) only gave a lost game against Victor Tietz. No actual evidence for this being a simultaneous exhibition has been found.

1916
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
7 Apr 1916Zurich C.C.251843Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 9 and 15 April 1916
5 Nov 1916Berlin, Kerkaupalast252032Vossische Zeitung, 12 November 1916
17 Dec 1916Berlin, Kerkaupalast302532Elsewhere, one of the draws was reported a win for Lasker (Deutsche Schachzeitung, February 1917, p. 47).Vossische Zeitung, 24 December 1916
1917
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
25 Oct 1917Košice [Kaschau] C.C.322570Elsewhere (on page 5 of the same issue), the Hungarian magazine gave the date also as 26 October. Magyar Sakkvilag, 3 November 1917, p. 12
28 Oct 1917Budapest C.C.302820Magyar Sakkvilag, 3 November 1917, pp. 10–12; Az Est, 30 October 1917
4 Nov 1917Timişoara C.C.322453Magyar Sakkvilag, 3 November 1917, p. 12
9 Nov 1917Győr [Raab] C.C.302901Magyar Sakkvilag, 18 November 1917, pp. 5f.
1918

No exhibitions recorded in 1918.

1919
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
22 Mar 1919Magdeburg C.C.302540One game was left unfinished.Deutsche Schachzeitung, May 1919, p. 103
4 May 1919Montreux C.C.252500Basler Nachrichten, 10 May 1919, La Suisse Libérale, 9 May 1919
10 May 1919Neuchâtel C.C.252500Basler Nachrichten, 18 May 1919, La Suisse Libérale, 12 May 1919
13 May 1919Lucerne C.C.302730Basler Nachrichten, 24 May 1919
18 May 1919Berne C.C.262042Some sources gave the result as +19 =4 –2 (e.g. Basler Nachrichten, 24 May 1919).Basler Nachrichten, 31 May 1919
19 May 1919Zurich C.C.252203Basler Nachrichten, 24 May 1919
24 May 1919La Chaux-de-Fonds C.C.252500In La Sentinelle, 26 May 1919, the number of games was given as 26 (all won).La Suisse Libérale, 26 May 1919; Basler Nachrichten, 31 May 1919
27 May 1919Basel C.C.262033Basler Nachrichten, 31 May 1919; Schweizerische Schachzeitung, June-July 1919, pp. 92f.
31 May 1919Lugano C.C.323110Basler Nachrichten, 14 June 1919
11 Jun 1919Biel [Bienne] C.C.????Announced among others in the Bieler Tagblatt, 2 June 1919.
13 Jun 1919Schaffhausen C.C.171700Schaffhauser Intelligenzblatt, 14 June 1919
28 Jun 1919St. Gallen C.C.252320Schweizerische Schachzeitung, September-October 1919, p. 126
29 Jul 1919Stuttgart C.C.262420Stuttgarter Neues Tagblatt, 30 July 1919 (evening ed.); Deutsche Schachzeitung, September 1919, pp. 198f.
11 Oct 1919Elberfeld C.C.????Whyld98 gave three games from that exhibition, taken from various sources.
Oct? 1919Hanover C.C.????The only evidence for this exhibition so far seems to be a game against a “chess friend from Hanover” that Lasker gave in the Vossische Zeitung, 26 October 1919.
17 Oct 1919Mannheim C.C.252140Mannheimer General-Anzeiger, 20 October 1919
19 Oct 1919Karlsruhe C.C.252221Badischer Beobachter, 21 October 1919
20 Oct 1919Pforzheim C.C.251870Deutsche Schachzeitung, November 1919, p. 246
22 Oct 1919Freiburg im Breisgau C.C.252410Breisgauer Zeitung, 25 October 1919
26 Oct 1919Munich, Altmünchen C.C. 251942Münchner Neueste Nachrichten, 31 October 1919 (evening ed.)
28 Oct 1919Regensburg C.C.252221Deutsche Schachzeitung, November 1919, p. 246
19 Nov 1919Nykøbing Falster232030Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 91
20 Nov 1919Nakskov252311Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
21 or 22 Nov 1919Naestved262411Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
23 Nov 1919Roskilde252500Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
24 Nov 1919Nykøbing Sjælland252500Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
25 Nov 1919Slagelse252410Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
26 Nov 1919Copenhagen, Industrifoerningens C.C.252041Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 93
29 Nov 1919Copenhagen, Arbejdernes C.C.252032Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 93
30 Nov 1919Helsingør252050Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
2 Dec 1919Svendborg262420Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
3 Dec 1919Odense252320Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
5 Dec 1919Middelfart232210Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
8 Dec 1919Herning232300Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
9 Dec 1919Silkeborg252500Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
10 Dec 1919Holstebro252320Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
11 Dec 1919Thisted252410Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
13 Dec 1919Viborg262510Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
14 Dec 1919Randers251834Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 93
15 Dec 1919Aalborg252203Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
16 Dec 1919Hjørring262510Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
18 Dec 1919Grenaa252500Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
19 Dec 1919Aarhus252041Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 92
20 Dec 1919Horsens252410Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 93
22 Dec 1919Esbjerg222110Skakbladet 1919-20, no. 8, p. 93

1920s

1920
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
4 Jan 1920Malmö C.C.252050Whyld98 gave the result as +21 =4 and the date as 2 January.Tidskrift för Schack, no. 5, 1999, p. 271 (quoting contemporary reports from the Svenska Dagbladet [5 January 1920]).
23 Jan 1920Den Haag, Discendo Discimus C.C.261754Telegraaf, 25 January 1920
26 Jan 1920Leiden C.C.272340Telegraaf, 27 January 1920 (evening ed.)
28 Jan 1920Arnhem C.C.272520Telegraaf, 29 January 1920 (evening ed.)
29 Jan 1920Enschede C.C.272610Telegraaf, 30 January 1920 (evening ed.) and 31 January 1920 (morning ed.)
31 Jan 1920Amsterdam V.A.S.251492Telegraaf, 2 February 1920 (evening ed.)
1 Feb 1920Zutphen C.C.333210Telegraaf, 3 February 1920 (morning ed.)
2 Feb 1920Rotterdam, Nieuwe S.V.282521Telegraaf, 3 and 4 February 1920 (evening ed.)
4 Feb 1920Amsterdam, Parkwijk C.C.262330Telegraaf, 5 February 1920 (evening ed.)
6 Feb 1920The Hague, “De Witte” Societet181620Telegraaf, 7 February 1920 (evening ed.)
7 Feb 1920Haarlem272340Telegraaf, 10 February 1920 (evening ed.)
9 Feb 1920Amsterdam, A.S.C.251852Telegraaf, 10 February 1920 (evening ed.) and 11 February 1920 (morning ed.)
10 Feb 1920Amsterdam, Philidor Student C.C.201631Telegraaf, 11 February 1920 (evening ed.)
11 Feb 1920Nijmegen C.C.292711In a later summary, De Telegraaf, 5 March 1920 (evening ed.), gave the result as +26 =2 –1.Telegraaf, 12 February 1920 (evening ed.)
13 Feb 1920Den Haag, Discendo Discimus C.C. (consultation)5320Telegraaf, 14 February 1920 (evening ed.)
14 Feb 1920Middelburg373520Telegraaf, 16 February 1920 (evening ed.)
16 Feb 1920Amsterdam, A.S.C. (consultation)5230Telegraaf, 17 and 19 February 1920 (evening ed.)
20 Feb 1920Utrecht C.C.272430Telegraaf, 20 February 1920 (evening ed.) and 21 February 1920 (morning ed.)
21 Feb 1920Amsterdam V.A.S.302712Telegraaf, 23 February 1920 (evening ed.)
22 Feb 1920Hilversum C.C.302631Telegraaf, 23 February 1920 (evening ed.)
23 Feb 1920Zeist C.C.302811Telegraaf, 25 February 1920 (morning ed.)
25 Feb 1920Bussum C.C.302730Telegraaf, 1 March 1920 (evening ed.)
26 Feb 1920The Hague, Residentieclub302640Telegraaf, 27 February 1920 (evening ed.)
7 Apr 1920Berlin, Wilmersdorfer C.C.201343Deutsches Wochenschach, 25 April 1920, p. 93, and 9 May 1920, p. 101
1921
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
22 May 1921Madrid, Casino251771At the national championship of Spain.La Voz, 23 May 1921; El Debate, 24 May 1921
27 May 1921Zaragoza C.C. (Casino Principal)202000El Heraldo de Aragón, 29 May 1921 (cited in El Ajedrez, January 1980, p. 49)
28 May 1921Zaragoza C.C. (Casino Principal)201811El Heraldo de Aragón, 29 May 1921 (cited in El Ajedrez, January 1980, p. 49)
31 May 1921Barcelona C.C.262411El Globo (Madrid), 8 June 1921
1922

The Prager Tagblatt, 19 March 1922 announced that Lasker was going to play 25 games simultaneously at the “Urania” but no reports have been found.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
21 Feb 1922Vienna, Hakoah C.C.302442Wiener Morgenzeitung, 26 February 1922; De Telegraaf, 24 March 1922
7 Apr 1922Frankfurt am Main, Anderssen C.C.201523Deutsche Schachzeitung, November 1922, p. 245
1923
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
17 Feb 1923Groningen322921Jointly organized by the Staunton C.C. and “De Ommelanden” C.C.De Telegraaf, 19 February 1923 (evening ed.)
20 Feb 1923Leiden C.C.323020Whyld98 has the Leiden and Delft results inverted.Algemeen Handelsblad, 21 February 1923 (evening ed.)
22 Feb 1923Delft, Phoenix Student C.C.313001Whyld98 has the Leiden and Delft results inverted.Algemeen Handelsblad, 23 February 1923 (evening ed.)
24 Feb 1923Amsterdam V.A.S.302352Algemeen Handelsblad, 26 February 1923 (evening ed.)
1 Mar 1923Rotterdam121200“On the invitation of D. Croll Jr.” The majority of contemporary reports gave the date as Thursday (1 March), but some others, like the Rotterdamsche Nieuwsblad, 3 March 1923, also had Wednesday (28 February).De Telegraaf, 3 March 1923 (morning ed.); De Maasbode, 3 March 1923 (evening ed.)
3 Mar 1923Kampen C.C.313010De Telegraaf, 6 March 1923 (morning ed.)
7 Mar 1923Gorinchem C.C.212010De Telegraaf, 9 March 1923 (morning ed.)
13 Mar 1923The Hague, Discendo Discimus C.C.312623De Telegraaf, 15 March 1923 (morning ed.)
15 Mar 1923The Hague, De Witte Societet151230De Maasbode, 17 March 1923 (evening ed.)
20 Mar 1923The Hague, Discendo Discimus C.C. (consultation)5410Whyld98 listed another exhibition against consulting opponents from 9 March 1923; however, that was not a chess exhibition but a Lasca exhibition (see Het Vaderland, 10 March 1923, evening ed.).De Telegraaf, 21 March 1923 (evening ed.)
21 Oct 1923Helsingborg C.C.312920Tidskrift för Schack, no. 10/1923, p. 117 (and no. 5/1990, pp. 271f.).
24 Oct 1923Gothenburg C.C.302073The 1990 report had one loss less and one win more for Lasker (+21 =7 –2).Tidskrift för Schack, no. 10/1923, p. 117 (and no. 5/1990, p. 273).
26 Oct 1923Uddevalla C.C.262411Tidskrift för Schack, no. 10/1923, p. 117 (and no. 5/1990, p. 274).
28 Oct 1923Trollhättan C.C.302451The 1990 report gave Lasker an additional win (+25 =5 –1).Tidskrift för Schack, no. 10/1923, p. 117 (and no. 5/1990, p. 274).
30 Oct 1923Alingsas C.C.292900Tidskrift för Schack, no. 10/1923, p. 117 (and no. 5/1990, p. 274).
1924

Whyld98 also lists a fifty-board exhibition at the New York Stuyvesant C.C., ca. May 1924, but the only evidence appears to be a report half a century later by Norman Lessing (Saidy & Lessing, The World of Chess, 1974, pp. 133–135), and it may well be a mixup with an exhibition at the same club four years later.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
7 Feb 1924Moscow, M.G.S.P.S. C.C.3521122Other sources, such as Shakhmaty, no. 1-2, 1924, p. 1, had +22 =11 –2. The exhibition, and the one three evenings later, took place at the Central Chess Section of the Moscow Provincial Council of Trade Unions.Shakhmatny Listok, no. 4, 29 February 1924, p. 28
10 Feb 1924Moscow, Transport Club (noon)221930Shakhmatny Listok, no. 4, 29 February 1924, p. 28
10 Feb 1924Moscow, M.G.S.P.S. C.C. (evening)181710Other sources, such as Shakhmaty, no. 1-2, 1924, p. 2, had one win less for Lasker (+16 =1 –0).Shakhmatny Listok, no. 4, 29 February 1924, p. 28; Krasnaya Niva, no. 11/1924, p. 271
15 Feb 1924Leningrad C.C.201091Shakhmatny Listok, no. 4, 29 February 1924, p. 28
18 Feb 1924Leningrad C.C.201343Shakhmatny Listok, no. 4, 29 February 1924, p. 28
22 Apr 1924Detroit C.C.C. (and Men’s Club of Temple Beth-El)4226106Detroit Free Press, 23 April 1924
23 Apr 1924Detroit C.C.C.272340Detroit Free Press, 24 April 1924; Windsor Star, 24 April 1924
24(?) Apr(?) 1924Ann Arbor333030Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 8 May 1924
26 Apr 1924Chicago, City Club372962Chicago Tribune, 27 April 1924
21 May 1924New York, University Club (Manhattan)201901Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 22 and 30 May 1924
24 May 1924Boston C.C.292441Boston Globe, 25 May 1924; Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 12 June 1924
27 May 1924New York, Brooklyn Jewish Center252041Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 30 May 1924
ca. May/June 1924New York, Stuyvesant  C.C.50??>=1The sole evidence for this exhibition is a game snippet against Norman Lessing given in Saidy & Lessing, The World of Chess (1974), p. 133.
7 Jun 1924New York, Athletic Club181710Standard Union, 8 June 1924; Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 8 June 1924
14 Sep 1924Grube Ilse (near Senftenberg) C.C.252311Deutsches Wochenschach, 30 September 1924, p. 196; Brandenburgische Schachzeitung, October 1924, pp. 11f.
21 Sep 1924Belgrade363420Magyar Sakkvilág, November 1924, p. 259; Wiener Schach-Zeitung, no. 20, October 1924, p. 294
22 Sep 1924Subotica333021Magyar Sakkvilág, November 1924, p. 259; Wiener Schach-Zeitung, no. 20, October 1924, p. 295
23 Sep 1924Sombor292900Magyar Sakkvilág, November 1924, p. 260; Wiener Schach-Zeitung, no. 20, October 1924, p. 295
25 Sep 1924Zagreb [Agram]352870The Wiener Schach-Zeitung even had the result as +32 =7 –0.Magyar Sakkvilág, November 1924, p. 260; Wiener Schach-Zeitung, no. 20, October 1924, p. 295; Jutro (Ljubljana), 28 September 1924; Neues Wiener Tagblatt 28 September 1924
26 Sep 1924Zagreb [Agram] (clock)9531Magyar Sakkvilág, November 1924, p. 260; Wiener Schach-Zeitung, no. 20, October 1924, p. 295; Jutro (Ljubljana), 28 September 1924; Neues Wiener Tagblatt 28 September 1924
28 Sep 1924Ljubljana [Laibach] C.C.402983Magyar Sakkvilág, November 1924, p. 260; Wiener Schach-Zeitung, no. 20, October 1924, p. 295; Slovenski Narod, 30 September 1924; Nardoni Dnevnik, 1 October 1924; Jutro (Ljubljana), 30 September 1924
30 Sep 1924Maribor [Marburg] C.C.171610Wiener Schach-Zeitung, no. 20, October 1924, p. 295; Slovenski Narod, 1 and 3 October 1924; Marburger Zeitung, 2 October 1924
2 Oct 1924Osijek C.C.302631Wiener Schach-Zeitung, no. 20, October 1924, p. 295; Jutro (Ljubljana), 8 October 1924
26 Nov 1924Prague, Alekhine and Duras C.C.3115106Prager Tagblatt, 28 November 1924; Wiener Schach-Zeitung, no. 24, December 1924, p. 361f.; Časopis československých šachistů, November-December 1924, pp. 186f.
29 Nov 1924Bratislava [Pressburg]403235Prager Tagblatt, 2 December 1924; Časopis československých šachistů, November-December 1924, p. 190
30 Nov 1924Trnava [Thyrnau]262141Prager Tagblatt, 5 December 1924; Časopis československých šachistů, November-December 1924, p. 190
1 Dec 1924Brno [Brünn]3624120Tagesbote (Brno), 2 December 1924; Časopis československých šachistů, November-December 1924, p. 189
2 Dec 1924Jihlava [Iglau]373070Časopis československých šachistů, November-December 1924, p. 189
4 Dec 1924Sumprek [Mährisch-Schönberg]242220Časopis československých šachistů, November-December 1924, p. 190
13 Dec 1924Amsterdam V.A.S.3118112De Telegraaf, 15 December 1924 (evening ed.)
1925

Lasker’s 1925 exhibitions have been researched by Dr. Gerhard Drebes in Schleswig, and an overview was printed in Der Flensburger Schachklub von 1876 im Spiegel der Zeit (2010) by Jürgen Nickel, p. 543. It is referred to below as “Nickel, Flensburger Schachklub, p. 543.” Still, it remains one of the least covered tours of Lasker’s, and presumably quite a few exhibitions are still missing in this table.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
19 Jan 1925Berlin, Neues Schachheim (Jägerklause)221642Deutsches Wochenschach, 25 January 1925, p. 22; Deutsche Schachblätter, 1 February 1925, pp. 50f.
26 Jan 1925Bremen C.C.272061Deutsche Schachzeitung, February 1925, p. 37; Weser-Zeitung (undated, quoted here:https://www.bremersg.de/fast-alles-%C3%BCber-uns/geschichte-und-geschichten/die-simultanveranstaltungen/).
29 Jan 1925Rostock C.C.20???Listed in Nickel, Flensburger Schachklub, p. 543 (results unknown).
2 Feb 1925Cologne, Allgemeiner Schachverein261745Kölnische Zeitung, 3 February 1925 (evening ed.); Rheinische Volkswacht, 11 February 1925; Kölner Schachzeitung, no. 7, February 1925, pp. 70f.
4 Feb 1925Bad Honnef C.C.353500Honnefer Volkszeitung, 5 February 1925
5 Feb 1925Aachen C.C.353140Some sources also gave +32 =3 –0, others +32 =4 –0.Aachener Anzeiger, 6 February 1925; Rhein- und Ruhr-Zeitung, 10 February 1925
9 Mar 1925Mannheim C.C.312632Whyld98 gave a game from the Neue Mannheimer Zeitung, 16 April 1925.Neue Mannheimer Zeitung, 11 March 1925 (noon ed.) and 16 March 1925 (morning ed.)
11 Mar 1925Kaiserslautern C.C.303000Saarländer Zeitung, 22 March 1925 (quoted in Maier, Schach an der Saar, 2009, pp. 58–61); Karlsruher Tagblatt, 18 January 1926 (sic)
12 Mar 1925Pirmasens C.C.302820Pirmasenser Zeitung, no. 13/1925
14 Mar 1925Munich, Café Modern (clock)10811Allgemeine Zeitung am Abend, 16 March 1925; Deutsches Wochenschach, 22 March 1925, p. 111; Deutsche Schachblätter, 1 April 1925, p. 140
15 Mar 1925Munich, Alte Schiessstätte322372Allgemeine Zeitung am Abend, 16 March 1925; Deutsches Wochenschach, 22 March 1925, p. 111; Deutsche Schachblätter, 1 April 1925, p. 140
16 Mar 1925Augsburg C.C.302640Diel, Bayerische Schachbund, 2000, p. 58
19 Mar 1925Magdeburg C.C.201523Deutsches Wochenschach, 29 March 1925, p. 126
21 Mar 1925Hanover C.C.302352Hamburger Nachrichten, 5 April 1925; Deutsches Wochenschach, 29 March 1925, p. 126; Deutsche Schachzeitung, May 1925, p. 131
22 Mar 1925Dresden (clocks)10721Played at 15 moves per hour.Dresdner Nachrichten, 24 March 1925 (morning ed.); Dresdner Anzeiger, 23 March 1925 (cited in the Quarterly for Chess History, no. 7/2001, pp. 512f.)
24 Mar 1925Hamburg C.C.26167318 games adjudicated.Hamburger Nachrichten, 29 March 1925; Altonaer Neueste Nachrichten, 4 April 1925; Deutsches Wochenschach, 29 March 1925, p. 126
25 Mar 1925Kiel C.C.362772Lüders, 100 Jahre Kieler Schachgesellschaft von 1884 e.V., 1984, indicated that Lasker played 25 games, of which he won 22, drew one and lost one (sic).Nickel, Flensburger Schachklub, p. 543; Schach-Kalender 2012, p. 196
26 Mar 1925Flensburg, Neue Harmonie332841Nickel, Flensburger Schachklub, p. 543; Schach-Kalender 2012, p. 196
29 Mar 1925Stuttgart C.C.322363Deutsches Wochenschach, 5 April 1925, p. 143
30 Mar 1925Göppingen C.C.242130Deutsches Wochenschach, 12 April 1925, p. 158.
?? 1925Nuremberg, Noris-Tarrasch C.C.????Whyld98 lists such an exhibition based on a game lost against Andreas Gottschalk and reprinted in the Festschrift 20. Schachkongress des Kreisverbandes Mittelfranken, 1971, p. 21. No other references to such an exhibition (at the restaurant “Ludwigstorzwinger”) are known.
1 Apr 1925Karlsruhe C.C.302451Karlsruher Tagblatt, 2 April 1925 (evening ed.)
5 Apr 1925Leipzig, Augustea C.C.????“… will play 30 games” (announcement in the Leipziger Tageblatt, 14 March 1925). Unfortunately, the digitized version of sachsen.digital lacks the months April to June 1925.
7 Apr 1925Düsseldorf C.C.332931Elsewhere the result was given as +29 =8 –1 (Aachener Anzeiger, 18 April 1925).Rheinische Volkswacht, 11 April 1925
27 Apr 1925Zittau C.C.353221Deutsche Schachblätter, 1 July 1925, pp. 281 and 289.
28 Apr 1925Chemnitz C.C. (clock)10910Deutsches Wochenschach, 10 May 1925, p. 222 (relying on the Chemnitzer Tageblatt); Deutsche Schachblätter, 15 May 1925, p. 216
30 Apr 1925Essen C.C.302730Essener Allgemeine Zeitung, 1 May 1925; Bergische Post, 5 May 1925
1 May 1925Düsseldorf C.C.302262Elsewhere it was reported that of 32 games, Lasker only lost 3 (e.g. Hahnen, Hebeker, and Noldus, Chronik des Düsseldorfer Schachvereins 1854, 2004, p. 46).Bergische Zeitung, 7 May 1925
2 May 1925Mühlheim an der Ruhr C.C.3219112Rhein- und Ruhrzeitung, 4 May 1925 (morning ed.); ; Deutsche Schachblätter, 15 August 1925, p. 356
5 May 1925Krefeld, Turm C.C. (consultation)10811Lasker played against consulting representatives from 10 different clubs. The event was part of a small chess festival from 2 to 5 May.Duisburger General-Anzeiger, 6 May 1925; Kölnischer Anzeiger, 7 May 1925 (evening ed.)
11 May 1925Gladbeck????Lasker was to play on 30 boards (Duisburger General-Anzeiger, 8 May 1925). No reports have been found so far.
12 May 1925Solingen, Worker’s C.C.313100Bergische Zeitung, 14 May 1925
22 May 1925Rathenow252410Third congress of the Brandenburg chess association.Deutsches Wochenschach, 31 May 1925, p. 255
16 Jun 1925Mittweida, Metger C.C.302622Deutsches Wochenschach, 5 July 1925, p. 303
10 Oct 1925Szczecin [Stettin], Anderssen C.C. (clock)151221Deutsche Schachzeitung, November 1925, p. 331; Deutsche Schachblätter, 15 November 1925, p. 474
1926

The large 1926 US tour was organized by Herman Helms, who also reported most of the results in either the Brooklyn Eagle or the American Chess Bulletin. Whyld98 also lists a number of other planned stops on Lasker’s tour (St. Louis, Salt Lake City, Monroe, Louisville, Pittsburgh), but no evidence for actual simultaneous exhibitions in those places have turned up. For example, Lasker appeared on 5 April at the Riverside Club in Monroe, but the report in the American Chess Bulletin, April 1926, p. 52, suggests that he played more casually on the occasion.

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
6 Jan 1926Hamburg, Norddeutscher Funk-Schachbund262060Hamburger Nachrichten, 8 and 10 January 1926; Deutsche Schachzeitung, February 1926, p. 39
23 Jan 1926New York, Brooklyn C.C.2817101Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 25 January 1926
30 Jan 1926New York, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences C.C.373520Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1 February 1926
5 Feb 1926Boston, City C.C.302451Result as given in the American Chess Bulletin (which listed the names of the successful opponents). The other reports had 25 wins and 4 draws.Boston Globe, 6 February 1926; Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 7 February 1926; American Chess Bulletin, March 1926, p. 39
6 Feb 1926New York, Brooklyn Jewish Center302730Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 8 February 1926
8 Feb 1926New York, Marshall C.C.302433Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 9 February 1926
11 Feb 1926Utica C.C.171610Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 18 February 1926
13 Feb 1926Buffalo C.C.252131Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 25 February 1926
15 Feb 1926Cleveland, City C.C.353221Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 18 February 1926
17 Feb 1926Detroit C.C.232120Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 25 February 1926
19 Feb 1926South Bend, St. Joseph county C.C.C.212010South Bend Tribune, 20 February 1926
20 Feb 1926Chicago C.C.C.302820Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 25 February 1926
23 Feb 1926Chicago, Hamilton C.C.322624Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 4 March 1926
25 Feb 1926Chicago, City C.C.302532Two of the draws were played blindfold by Lasker.Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 4 March 1926
27 Feb 1926Battle Creek, MI262312Battle Creek Enquirer, 28 February 1926
1 Mar 1926St. Paul, Y.M.C.A.242301Morning Call (Allentown), 5 March 1926
3 Mar 1926Duluth C.C.302820American Chess Bulletin, April 1926, p. 50
5 Mar 1926Davenport C.C.333021Quad-City Times (Davenport), 7 March 1926; Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 18 March 1926
11 Mar 1926Denver C.C.111010In the American Chess Bulletin, April 1926, p. 51, Helms instead gave the score as +11 =1 –0.Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 18 March 1926
13 Mar 1926Colorado Springs, El Paso Club272601American Chess Bulletin, April 1926, p. 50
17 Mar 1926Seattle, Elks C.C.302442Some reports had the result as +24 =3 –2.Daily Colonist (Victoria B.C.), 28 March 1926
20 Mar 1926Portland C.C.C.272601Oregonian, 28 March 1926; American Chess Bulletin, May 1926, p. 72
22 Mar 1926San Francisco, Mechanics Institute C.C.352681San Francisco Examiner, 23 March 1926
25 Mar 1926Los Angeles, Athletic Club241923Los Angeles Times, 27 March 1926
29 Mar 1926El Paso, Y.M.C.A.2020?0?0?The report was not specific about the results, but noted that only a photographer was able to “rattle” Lasker.El Paso Times, 30 March 1926
31 Mar 1926San Antonio, Y.M.C.A.323200Kerrville Mountain Sun, 8 April 1926; American Chess Bulletin, May 1926, p. 73
3 Apr 1926Dallas, Athletic Club262411Exhibition during the Texas State Chess Tournament. The Port Arthur News did not report on the drawn game.Port Arthur News, 4 April 1926; American Chess Bulletin, May 1926, p. 73
10 Apr 1926Cincinnati, Business Men’s Club272610Cincinnati Enquirer, 12 April 1926
11 Apr 1926Cincinnati, Sinton Hotel282701Cincinnati Enquirer, 12 April 1926
14 Apr 1926Chicago, City C.C. (clock)10631Both sides had one hour for the whole game.Battle Creek Enquirer, 16 April 1926; American Chess Bulletin, May 1926, pp. 73f.
16 Apr 1926Cleveland, German Central Organisation363501American Chess Bulletin, May 1926, p. 74
19 Apr 1926Ford City C.C.191900Simpson’s Daily Leader-Times (Kittanning, Pa.), 21 April 1926; American Chess Bulletin, May 1926, p. 74
21 Apr 1926Toronto, C.A.312551Daily Standard (Kingston, Ontario), 30 April 1926; American Chess Bulletin, May 1926, p. 74
23 Apr 1926Niagara Falls C.C.141301American Chess Bulletin, May 1926, p. 75
26 Apr 1926Baltimore, C.A.322642American Chess Bulletin, May 1926, p. 74
4 Nov 1926Oberhausen C.C.333030Rhein- und Ruhr-Zeitung, 8 November 1926
6 Nov 1926Krefeld, Turm C.C.??>=1?On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the “Schachklub Turm”, Lasker was to give a simultaneous display on 6 November, as announced in the Aachener Anzeiger, 30 October 1926. When the same paper gave a game from the exhibition three months later (5 February 1927), it dated the exhibition “7 November”. Unless there was a short-term rearrangement of the programme, the latter date is probably wrong. No detailed results have been found so far.
1927
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
16 Jan 1927Forst (Lausitz) C.C.????Announced in the Forster Tageblatt, 11 December 1926. Results not known. Two games were printed in the Berlin Schachwart 1927 (pp. 61–63).
6 Feb 1927Oslo302154Norsk Schakblad, no. 1/1927, p. 9
8 Feb 1927Oslo (clock)10810One game was to be adjudicated.Norsk Schakblad, no. 1/1927, pp. 9f.
10 Feb 1927Bergen302280Norsk Schakblad, no. 1/1927, p. 10
11 Feb 1927Bergen302442Norsk Schakblad, no. 1/1927, p. 10
13 Feb 1927Bergen302541Norsk Schakblad, no. 1/1927, p. 10
17 Feb 1927Trondheim, Stock Exchange302442Norsk Schakblad, no. 1/1927, p. 10
19 Feb 1927Trondheim302550Norsk Schakblad, no. 1/1927, p. 10
21 Feb 1927Steinkjer312920Norsk Schakblad, no. 1/1927, p. 11
24 Feb 1927Hamar302415Norsk Schakblad, no. 2/1927, p. 11
25 Feb 1927Gjøvik262420Norsk Schakblad, no. 2/1927, p. 11
28 Feb 1927Rjukan303000Norsk Schakblad, no. 2/1927, p. 11
2 Mar 1927Skien302721Norsk Schakblad, no. 2/1927, p. 11
3 Mar 1927Drammen302550Norsk Schakblad, no. 2/1927, p. 12
4 Mar 1927Oslo302073Norsk Schakblad, no. 2/1927, p. 12
7 Mar 1927Oslo281738Norsk Schakblad, no. 2/1927, p. 12
10 Mar 1927Gothenburg302244Tidskrift för Schack, no. 6/1990, p. 387
13 Mar 1927Karlskrona302352Tidskrift för Schack, no. 6/1990, p. 388
15 Mar 1927Malmo (clock)10631Tidskrift för Schack, no. 6/1990, p. 389
16 Mar 1927Falkenberg302811Tidskrift för Schack, no. 6/1990, p. 389
18 Mar 1927Copenhagen (clock)10523Skakbladet, April 1927, p. 45
20 Mar 1927Copenhagen302145Skakbladet, April 1927, p. 45
ca. 27 May 1927Eberswalde262024During the 5th Brandenburg Chess Congress, held from 26 to 29 May 1927.Deutsche Schachzeitung, July 1927, p. 199
6 Nov 1927Erfurt 1925 C.C. 302460Deutsche Schachzeitung, February 1928, p. 38
25 Nov 1927Szczecin [Stettin], Anderssen C.C.26213250-year anniversary of the Anderssen club.Deutsche Schachblätter, 1 January 1928, p. 3; Deutsche Schachzeitung, January 1928, p. 3
1928
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
6 May 1928Wrocław [Breslau]301785On the invitation of the Silesian Chess Federation and the Anderssen and Morphy clubs.Deutsche Schachzeitung, June 1928, p. 163
18 Oct 1928New York, Stuyvesant C.C.312425American Chess Bulletin, November 1928, p. 165
27 Oct 1928Chicago C.C.C.302721Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1 November 1928
8 Nov 1928New York, I.L. Rice Progressive C.C. (clock)10712Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 9 November 1928
1929
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11 Feb 1929Delft, Phoenix Student C.C.201820Het Vaderland, 12 February 1929 (evening ed.); De Telegraaf,13 February 1929 (morning ed.)
27 Apr 1929Berlin, Café Vienna (leapfrog with Paul List)443482Elsewhere the result was reported as +32 =8 –2.Welt-Spiegel (Berliner Tageblatt), 12 May 1929

1930s

1930

No exhibitions recorded in 1930.

1931

No exhibitions recorded in 1931.

1932
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23 Nov 1932Kaunas [Kowno] C.C.241671Different papers reported the number of wins differently, with number between +13 (Karys) and +17 (Skautų aidas). Various games were not played out to the end.Lietuvos Žinios, 24 November 1932; Dzień Kowieński, 25 November 1932; Skautų aidas (Kaunas), no. 23, 1 December 1932, p. 23; Karys (Kaunas), no. 49, 1 December 1932, p. 976; Rigasche Rundschau, 3 December 1932
ca. 28 Nov 1932Klaipėda [Memel] C.C.181710Exact date to be established. Lasker stayed in Memel from 27 to 30 November.Brīvā Zeme (Riga), 2 December 1932; Rigasche Rundschau, 3 December 1932
4 Dec 1932Riga C.C.20884Rigasche Rundschau, 5 December 1932
12 Dec 1932Kaliningrad [Königsberg] C.C.201433Świat Szachowy, January 1933, p. 11; Deutsche Schachzeitung, January 1933, p. 6
1933
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18 Mar 1933Paris, Café de la Régence302235Deutsche Schachzeitung, April 1933, p. 111; L’Echiquier, 31 May 1933, p. 103
24 Oct 1933Utrecht, Student C.C. “Lasker”252050Played on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Lasker Student Chess Club. Some reports (e.g. Algemeen Handelsblad, 26 October 1933) also had the result as +21 =5.De Courant (Amsterdam), 26 October 1933; Avondpost (The Hague), 28 October 1933
1934
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17 Apr 1934Budapest C.C.362871Magyar Hilarp, 19 April 1934; Neues Pressburger Tagblatt, 29 April 1934; Magyar Sakkvilág, July 1934, p. 168
21 Apr 1934Szolnok C.C.342374Note that the Budapest Sakkujság, 1 May 1934, p. 85, credited Lasker with two additional wins (+25 =7 –4).M.T.I., 23 April 1934; Magyar Sakkvilág, July 1934, p. 168
22 Apr 1934Kecskemét C.C.282413Kecskeméti Közlöny, 24 April 1934; Neues Pressburger Tagblatt, 29 April 1934; Magyar Sakkvilág, July 1934, p. 168
29 Apr 1934Vienna, Österreichischer Hof302055Mysteriously, the report in the Wiener Schach-Zeitung, no. 10/11, May-June 1934, pp. 166f., gave the result as +19 =5 –5 and wrongly gave the date as “28 April”.Der Morgen (Vienna), 30 April 1934; Der Montag, 30 April 1934; Kleine Volks-Zeitung, 30 April 1934; Deutsche Schachzeitung, May 1934, p.133.
3 Nov 1934Ealing C.C.302370Played on the occasion of the club’s 50th anniversary.Middlesex County Times, 10 November 1934
3 Dec 1934Newcastle upon Tyne C.C.302712British Chess Magazine, January 1935, p. 23
5 Dec 1934Newcastle upon Tyne C.C. (clock)8701Note that Lasker’s consultation game in Newcastle, often dated 9 December, was played three days earlier.British Chess Magazine, January 1935, p. 23
1935
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17 Mar 1935Moscow, Pioneers Palace251465Played after the conclusion of the Moscow international tournament.Pravda, 18 March 1935; Shakhmaty v SSSR, April 1935, p. 73
10 Apr 1935Zurich C.C.302352Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 14 April 1935; Schweizerische Schachzeitung, May 1935, p. 71
12 Apr 1935Lucerne C.C.302721Schweizerische Schachzeitung, May 1935, p. 71
13 Apr 1935Berne C.C.302433Schweizerische Schachzeitung, May 1935, p. 71
15 Apr 1935Geneva C.C.302235Schweizerische Schachzeitung, May 1935, p. 71
17 Apr 1935Bodegraven C.C.403244De Telegraaf, 18 April 1935 (evening ed.); Algemeen Handelsblad, 18 April 1935 (evening ed.)
23 Apr 1935Rotterdam C.C. (Nieuwe Sv.)312434De Telegraaf, 24 April 1935 (evenind ed.); Algemeen Handelsblad, 24 April 1935 (evening ed.)
Aug/Sep  1935Kislovodsk????Circumstances of an exhibition in Kislovodsk (part of a “series”) were recalled by Duz-Khotimirsky (Shakhmaty v SSSR, April 1980, pp. 16f.; see also translation in Bob Long, Lasker & His Contemporaries, no. 4, June 1983, p. 140). No results have been found so far.
6 Sep 1935Piatigorsk (leapfrog with Ilya Kan)413263Izvestia, 8 September 1935, p.4
17 Sep 1935Piatigorsk151311“64”, 25 September 1935, p. [1]
24 Nov 1935Zurich, Springer C.C.282431Schach-Kurier, 29 November 1935, p. [2]
11 Dec 1935Moscow, Transport Club251951“64,” 25 December 1935, p. [4]; Gudok (Moscow), 15 December 1935
18 Dec 1935Moscow, Master Artists Club (leapfrog with Kan)312614“64,” 25 December 1935, p. [4]
19 Dec 1935Moscow252401“…another séance in one of the Moscow institutes…”“64,” 25 December 1935, p. [4]
1936

In January 1936, Lasker probably gave one or two further exhibitions in Leningrad, details of which are missing. For example, the USSR Central Chess Club Bulletin, no. 2–3, Februrary-March 1970, p. 17, spoke of a 30-board exhibition in the LDKA (Leningrad House of the Red Army). Shakhmatny Peterburg, March 2002, pp. 36f., had some memoirs of a séance at the Printers’ House in Leningrad (but at least the date given, 19 January, must be mistaken as Lasker was back in Moscow then).

DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
5 Jan 1936Leningrad, All-Union Children’s Tournament251393Pravda, 9 January 1936; Leninskie Iskry (tournament bulletin), no. 2, 6 January 1936.
9 Jan 1936Leningrad, Red Army House2510114Izvestia, 11 January 1936, p.4; “64”, 20 January 1936, p. [3]
26 Feb 1936Minsk251663“64”, 5 March 1936, p. [1]
7 Apr 1936Kiev3018111“64”, 20 April 1936, p. [1]
20 Dec 1936Ryazhsk312920Lasker visited the kolkhoz workers in Ryazhsk. Possibly the exhibition took place one day earlier (19 December).Izvestia, 21 December 1936; “64,” 25 December 1936, p. [4]; Moscow Daily News, 24 December 1936
1937
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26 Jan 1937Moscow, Student Club (House of Communes)252302“64”, 5 February 1937, p. [4]
6 Feb 1937Moscow, House of Pioneers and Octoberists201550Based on the memoirs of Efim Naroditsky, published half a century later. Contemporary reports still sought.“64”, no. 23, December 1986, pp. 24f.
26 Apr 1937The Hague, A.V.R.O. tour403820De Telegraaf, 27 April 1937 (evening ed.)
27 Apr 1937Rotterdam, A.V.R.O. tour353140De Telegraaf, 28 April 1937 (evening ed.)
28 Apr 1937Haarlem, A.V.R.O. tour302730De Telegraaf, 29 April 1937 (evening ed.)
29 Apr 1937Utrecht, A.V.R.O. tour302910De Telegraaf, 1 May 1937 (morning ed.)
3 May 1937Arnhem, A.V.R.O. tour302820De Telegraaf, 4 May 1937 (morning ed.)
4 May 1937Amsterdam, A.V.R.O. tour302820De Telegraaf, 5 May 1937 (morning ed.)
c18 May 1937Rotterdam C.C. (Nieuwe Sv.)151320De Telegraaf, 20 May 1937 (morning ed.)
ca. July 1937Moscow, House of Pioneers30??18Moscow Daily News, 8 October 1937
30 Sep 0937Riga C.C.211803In Jaunākās Ziņas, 30 September and 1 October 1937, the result was given as +19 =0 –3.Šaha Māksla, no. 13, 10 October 1937, p. 204
10 Dec 1937Chicago, Swedish Club272151American Chess Review, January 1938, p. 13
19 Dec 1937Chicago, Jewish Peoples Institute252320Chicago Tribune, 20 December 1937
1938
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8 Jan 1938New York, Marshall C.C.282062New York Times, 10 January 1938; Chess Review, February 1938, p. 48; American Chess Bulletin, January-February 1938, p. 16
20 Jan 1938New York, Manhattan C.C. (consultation)2101Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 27 January 1938; American Chess Bulletin, January-February 1938, p. 16
22 Jan 1938Washington, Jewish Community Center and Capital City C.C.262051Evening Star (Washington D.C.), 23 and 24 January 1938
22 Feb 1938Boston, City C.C.251852Annual congress of the Massachusetts State Chess Association. Lasker played against a consulting pair of players on each board.Boston Globe, 23 February 1938; Chess Review, April 1938, p. 103
19 Mar 1938New Haven, Y.M.C.A.4733131Hartford Courant, 27 March 1938
12 Oct 1938New York, German Jewish Club322741Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 13 October 1938; New York Times, 14 October 1938; American Chess Bulletin, September-October 1938, p. 101
18 Nov 1938New Rochelle, Y.M.C.A.232021According to a brief note in the Daily Item (Port Chester, N.Y.), 19 November 1938, Lasker played 24 games.American Chess Bulletin, March-April 1939, p. 47
1939
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
 ?? 1939Boston, City C.C.34?34?0?0?No reports have been found so far except for Martha Lasker’s reference to an exhibition in Boston “two years ago” in her memoirs (with Lasker beating all 34 opponents). In addition, Whyld98, p. 213, gave a score of a 1939 draw against J.T. Alexander based on Alexander’s own scoree sheet and a note “adjudicated by John Barry”, without providing further details or an exact date.Martha Lasker, Biographical Mosaic, pp. 19f.
7 Jul 1939New York, Manhattan C.C.2010100Many games adjudicated by Reuben Fine after 3 hours of play.New York Times, 9 July 1939; Chess Review, July-August 1939, p. 165
25 Aug 1939Hamilton, Colgate University302451Annual congress of the New York State Association.New York Times, 27 August 1939
1940
DateOccasion#+=NotesSources
23 Aug 1940Hamilton, Colgate University201820Annual congress of the New York State Association.Chess Review, October 1940, p. 156

Last update: 1 October 2022.

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