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The Paris Tourney

As was to be expected, this event was won by Capablanca without any difficulty. He- played fine chess, although his showing was marred in the second •half by some colorless draws. Games of this kind are inexcusable and only serve to -bring the art of the chess master into unjust disrepute. As has been intimated, however, the Cuban's victories were achieved in excellent style. The second-prizewinner Ros-solimo is a young Greek who has been living in Paris for several years. His play is energetic and lively, and he accordingly contributed some interesting chess. The results (in tabular form) were as follows:

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