Hayward Daily Review by Richard Shorman

   Chess, Sunday, August 6, 1967 (Crosby-Rose, Hayward Chess Festival)

   Chess, Sunday, August 13, 1967 (McNally-Vadnais, Hayward Chess Festival)

   Chess, Sunday, August 20, 1967 (Stein-Spassky, USSR Team Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, August 27, 1967 (Ehmann-Weber, Chess Friends of Northern California League match)

   Chess, Sunday, September 3, 1967 (Grivainis-Weber, 2nd Annual Contra Costa Chess Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, September 10, 1967 (Ulrich-Mecorney, 2nd Annual Contra Costa Chess Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, September 17, 1967 (Pickler-Cuneo, 2nd Annual Contra Costa Chess Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, September 24, 1967 (Laver-McCollough, Berkeley YMCA Rapid Transit Tournament)

   Chess, Sunday, October 1, 1967 (Campbell-Pickler, 2nd Annual Contra Costa Chess Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, October 8, 1967 (Fosaaen-Hauser, Chess Friends of Northern California Lockheed Open)

   Chess, Sunday, October 15, 1967 (The Ruy Lopez Exchange Variation)

   Chess, Sunday, October 22, 1967 (The Ruy Lopez Exchange Variation concluded)

   Chess, Sunday, October 29, 1967 (Metcalf-Radke, Chess Friends of Northern California Lockheed Open)

   Chess, Sunday, November 5, 1967 (Yamamoto-Uomini, Chess Friends of Northern California Berkeley Fall Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, November 12, 1967 (1st Annual San Francisco Open + Pickler-Von Oettingen)

   Chess, Sunday, November 19, 1967 (McCollough-Ulrich, Chess Friends of Northern California Berkeley Fall Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, November 26, 1967 (Tournament Results San Francisco Open)

   Chess, Sunday, December 3, 1967 (Ruy Lopez, Open Defense, Keres Variation. Analysis by Bent Larsen.)

   Chess, Sunday, December 10, 1967 (Tritch-Osternig, 1965 Hayward Club Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, December 17, 1967 (Crosby-Weber, Zonal Chess Friends of Northern California Junior Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, December 24, 1967 (Glanville-Hale, Bay Area Amateur Open in Oakland)

   Chess, Sunday, December 31, 1967 (Fosaaen-McCollough, Concord C Team-Concord A Team)

   Chess, Sunday, January 7, 1968 (Shakhmatny byulleten article on 1 P-QN3 by GM Vladimir Simagin)

   Chess, Sunday, January 14, 1968 (Tournament Result New Year Open Walnut Creek)

   Chess, Sunday, January 21, 1968 (Mecorney-Ulrich, 1966 Berkeley YMCA Club Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, January 28, 1968 (Tournament Result Presidio Service Club)

   Chess, Sunday, February 04, 1968 (Castling on opposite wings, all-out attacks against enemy King)

   Chess, Sunday, February 11, 1968 (Anderson-Blackstone, Chess Friends of Northern California Open Championship at Berkeley)

   Chess, Sunday, February 18, 1968 (Watson-Metcalf, Chess Friends of Northern California Open Championship at Berkeley)

   Chess, Sunday, February 25, 1968 (Giuoco Piano: Lance Thomson and Dan Clapper Hayward High School League Match)

   Chess, Sunday, March 03, 1968 (Tournament Results Concord Open)

   Chess, Sunday, March 10, 1968 (Amkraut-Uomini, Palo Alto 1967)

   Chess, Sunday, March 17, 1968 (Carlmont YMCA Open)

   Chess, Sunday, March 24, 1968 (Four Leaf Clover Chess Tournament + Koltanowski-Crosby - 20 board simul)

   Chess, Sunday, March 31, 1968 (Hayward Chess Club: Lupe Lopez)

   Chess, Sunday, April 14, 1968 (Spassky-Geller...notes by GM Bondarevsky from Sovetsky Sport)

   Chess, Sunday, April 28, 1968 (Pollard-Fauber, Golden Bear Open)

   Chess, Sunday, May 05, 1968 (Third Annual Peninsula Open in Sunnyvale)

   Chess, Sunday, May 12, 1968 (USCF Expert Richard Fauber Annotates the English Opening)

   Chess, Sunday, May 19, 1968 (Weber-Hamaker, Lera Peninsula Open)

   Chess, Sunday, May 26, 1968 (10th Annual Bay Area High School Open + Trottier-Zimmerman, Walnut Creek Open)

   Chess, Sunday, June 2, 1968 (Blackstone-Shean, Lera Peninsula Open)

   Chess, Sunday, June 9, 1968 (Martinez-Crosby, 10th Annual Bay Area High School Open in Alameda)

   Chess, Sunday, June 16, 1968 (Gulko-Zaytsev, Moscow City Championship from Sovetsky Sport)

   Chess, Sunday, June 23, 1968 (Kohl-Albertson, Mt. Eden High School Open in Hayward)

   Chess, Sunday, June 30, 1968 (Molter-Grivainis, Oakland Open)

   Chess, Sunday, July 07, 1968 (Van Fong $100 Scholarship from the Hayward Chess Club)

   Chess, Sunday, July 14, 1968 (Hendricks-Martinez, San Bruno Chess Festival)

   Chess, Sunday, July 21, 1968 (Osternig-Stockdale, Oakland Open)

   Chess, Sunday, July 28, 1968 (McNown-Bush, CCCA Regional Open, Berkeley)

   Chess, Sunday, August 4, 1968 (Crofut-Galvin, Oakland Open)

   Chess, Sunday, August 11, 1968 (Hurt-Hammie, LERA-Oakland Team Match, in Oakland)

   Chess, Sunday, August 18, 1968 (Lopez-Thomson, Hayward Chess Club Match Game)

   Chess, Sunday, August 25, 1968 (The Makings of a Grandmaster? - Yes! by Jude Acers)

   Chess, Sunday, September 1, 1968 (Kon Grivainis won the Oakland CC 5th Annual Summer Tournament. Koltanowski-Wilson, San Carlos Simul)

   Chess, Sunday, September 8, 1968 (Cuneo-Grivainis, Contra Costa County Open CHampionship)

   Chess, Sunday, September 15, 1968 (The Trenberth System)

   Chess, Sunday, September 22, 1968 (Anderssen-Paulsen)

   Chess, Sunday, September 29, 1968 (Jude Acers won the 4rd Annual Northern California Class Championship in Sunnyvale. Grey-Thornally)

   Chess, Sunday, October 6, 1968 (Acers-Kaufman, Santa Monica Open)

   Chess, Sunday, October 13, 1968 (Garry Wilson won the Carlmont Open. Katskova-Aleksandriya, 28th USSR Women's Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, October 20, 1968 (Addison-Sigurjonsson, Fiske Memorial International)

   Chess, Sunday, November 3, 1968 (Grefe-Wilcox, Central California Open Championship at LERA)

   Chess, Sunday, November 24, 1968 (William Addison won the SF Open. Watson-Wilson, SF Open.)

   Chess, Sunday, December 22, 1968 (Forthoffer-Falbo, 3rd Annual Bay Area Amateur Open)

   Chess, Sunday, January 12, 1969 (Fosaaen-Maddigan, Walnut Creek New Year Open)

   Chess, Sunday, January 19, 1969 (Martinez-Lopez, Mr. Eden-Sunset High School League Match)

   Chess, Sunday, January 26, 1969 (excerpt from Learn Chess by C.H. O'D Alexander)

   Chess, Sunday, August 17, 1969 (Wilson-Lavergne, 1st Chabot College Open)

   Chess, Sunday, November 19, 1969 (Martinez-Lopez, Mt. Eden vs Sunset HS League Match)

   Chess, Sunday, July 12, 1970 (7th Annual Stamer Memorial Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, August 9, 1970 (Fischer Teaches Chess)

   Chess, Sunday, September 6, 1970 (Frank Thornally wins the 2nd Annual Chabot College Open)

   Chess, Sunday, October 11, 1970 (Spassky Beats Fischer)

   Chess, Sunday, November 1, 1970 (Fischer Replaces Benko)

   Chess, Sunday, November 15, 1970 (Dennis Fritzinger won the Northern California Qualifier Tournament)

   Chess, Sunday, April 4, 1971 (Regarding my forthcoming match with Fischer... by Grandmaster Mark Taimanov)

   Chess, Sunday, June 6, 1971 (Fischer Swamps Taimanov 6-0)

   Chess, Sunday, June 20, 1971 (Mark Taimanov-Robert Fischer)

   Chess, Sunday, July 25, 1971 (New Slant on Fischer)

   Chess, Sunday, October 31, 1971 (Fischer Wraps It Up)

   Chess, Sunday, November 14, 1971 (Loser's Viewpoint)

   Chess, Sunday, February 27, 1972 (Chess Classes by John Grefe)

   Chess, Sunday, April 2, 1972 (War and Chess by Franklin K. Young)

   Chess, Sunday, July 2, 1972 (Gilden-Matson, 26 board simul + Tarjan-Rogers, 14 board simul)

   Chess, Sunday, July 16, 1972 (Spassky-Fischer, Game # 1)

   Chess, Sunday, July 23, 1972 (The Effect of Surprise, Fischer's First Win Over Spassky, Game # 3)

   Chess, Sunday, July 30, 1972 (Fischer's "Sicilian Defect", Game # 4)

   Chess, Sunday, August 6, 1972 (Fischer Does It Again, Game # 5)

   Chess, Sunday, August 13, 1972 (Masterpiece Worthy of a Champion, Game # 6)

   Chess, Sunday, August 20, 1972 (Fischer's First "Poisoned Pawn" Duel Qualified Success, Game # 7)

   Chess, Sunday, August 27, 1972 (Spassky's Big Mistake, Game # 8)

   Chess, Sunday, September 3, 1972 (An Important Game for Spassky, Game # 9)

   Chess, Sunday, September 10, 1972 (Delicate Maneuvering, Slashing Attack, Game # 10)

   Chess, Sunday, September 17, 1972 (Spassky's Big Win: Fischer Downed by Poison Pawn, Game # 11)

   Chess, Sunday, September 24, 1972 (Trench Warfare, Game # 12)

   Chess, Sunday, October 1, 1972 (Marathon Struggle, Game # 13)

   Chess, Sunday, October 8, 1972 (Reciprocated Pawns, Game # 14)

   Chess, Sunday, October 15, 1972 (Tough, Sharp Fight, Game # 15)

   Chess, Sunday, October 22, 1972 (Drawn Out Conclusion, Game # 16)

   Chess, Sunday, October 29, 1972 (Spassky-Fischer, Game # 17)

   Chess, Sunday, November 5, 1972 (Fischer-Spassky, Game # 18)

   Chess, Sunday, November 12, 1972 (Spassky-Fischer, Game # 19)

   Chess, Sunday, November 19, 1972 (Fischer-Spassky, Game # 20)

   Chess, Sunday, November 26, 1972 (Match Point and New World Champion, Game # 21)

   Chess, Sunday, December 3, 1972 (Spassky Interview)

   Chess, Sunday, June 3, 1973 (Koltanowski-Bradley, 24 board simul)

   Chess, Sunday, September 16, 1973 (Advice On the Opening for Young Players by Blackburne)

   Chess, Sunday, September 30, 1973 (Grefe, Kavalek New U.S. Champs)

   Chess, Sunday, October 7, 1973 (Interview with John Grefe: U.S. Champion!)

   Chess, Sunday, November 25, 1973 (Chabot College Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, February 24, 1974 (Ruben Rodriguez wins the 1st California People's Chess Festival at Chabot College in Hayward)

   Chess, Sunday, March 17, 1974 (Mechanics' Institute Exhibition Results for U.S. Co-Champion John Grefe)

   Chess, Sunday, March 24, 1974 (Inspired "Coffee-House" Chess)

   Chess, Sunday, April 7, 1974 (Browne Winner At Lone Pine)

   Chess, Sunday, April 21, 1974 (Eagle Rock Final Results)

   Chess, Sunday, April 28, 1974 (IM Julio Kaplan gave a Simultaneous Exhibition in Fremont and scored 16.5-.5)

   Chess, Sunday, June 2, 1974 (Canadian Wins Record Paul Masson Event)

   Chess, Sunday, September 15, 1974 (Lasker's Defense of Master Chess)

   Chess, Sunday, September 29, 1974 (Fischer Makes His Point)

   Chess, Sunday, October 27, 1974 (How To Become World Champion by GM Flohr)

   Chess, Sunday, February 9, 1975 (Chess Advice for the Enlightened Few)

   Chess, Sunday, March 2, 1975 ("Cherry Tree" Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, July 13, 1975 (Browne Retains U.S. Title)

   Chess, Sunday, September 7, 1975 (Berkeley Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, September 21, 1975 (5th Annual Hayward Chess Festival Results)

   Chess, Sunday, November 9, 1975 (Grefe's High School Tour)

   Chess, Sunday, November 16, 1975 (San Leandro Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, February 15, 1976 (National Chess League)

   Chess, Sunday, February 29, 1976 (Silman's Exhibition Disaster)

   Chess, Sunday, March 28, 1976 (Vasily Smyslov: Mechanics' Institute Chess Room Simul)

   Chess, Sunday, July 11, 1976 (Golden Gate Open Tourney Results)

   Chess, Sunday, February 13, 1977 (After Twenty-Five Years, What Now? By Guthrie McClain)

   Chess, Sunday, April 3, 1977 (Reshevsky's Chess Tests)

   Chess, Sunday, November 6, 1977 (Tom Dorsch New CalChess Club Champion)

   Chess, Sunday, March 26, 1978 (Whitehead Brothers New State Champions)

   Chess, Sunday, April 30, 1978 (First Microcomputer Chess Tournament)

   Chess, Sunday, May 7, 1978 (How To Study Master Games)

   Chess, Sunday, May 14, 1978 (Romanian Champ in Bay Area)

   Chess, Sunday, December 31, 1978 (Handicapping For Progress: Odds! by Purdy)

   Chess, Sunday, January 7, 1979 (Capt. Anchovy Downs Memorex)

   Chess, Sunday, January 21, 1979 (Results for CalChess Masters' Open 1979)

   Chess, Sunday, February 4, 1979 (Renard Anderson-Paul Enright at the San Jose City College Open)

   Chess, Sunday, March 4, 1979 (Max Lange Attack Still Effective)

   Chess, Sunday, March 11, 1979 (Einstein On Lasker)

   Chess, Sunday, April 1, 1979 (National High School Qualifier)

   Chess, Sunday, May 13, 1979 (U.C. Berkeley Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, June 10, 1979 (LERA Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, July 29, 1979 (Paul Masson Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, August 19, 1979 (Caissa's Greatest Boon)

   Chess, Sunday, November 11, 1979 (Lockheed Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, December 9, 1979 (LERA Class Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, February 17, 1980 (Tarjan, Seirawan Interviewed In Riga)

   Chess, Sunday, March 23, 1980 (People's Chess Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, May 11, 1980 (Fritzinger At Lake Merritt)

   Chess, Sunday, July 13, 1980 (When Attack is the Best Defense by Purdy)

   Chess, Sunday, July 20, 1980 (John Grefe won the 4th Annual Golden Gate Open)

   Chess, Sunday, July 27, 1980 (8th Annual Paul Masson American Classic Chess Championship Results)

   Chess, Sunday, September 7, 1980 (Collins Kids Win In Iceland)

   Chess, Sunday, September 28, 1980 (Collector's Item)

   Chess, Sunday, November 16, 1980 (Fall quarter Swiss tournament results)

   Chess, Sunday, November 30, 1980 (Capps Memorial Tournament Results)

   Chess, Sunday, January 4, 1981 (Experimenting with a new move)

   Chess, Sunday, January 11, 1981 (Chess tournament at San Jose State draws 129)

   Chess, Sunday, February 15, 1981 (International Master Captures State Championship)

   Chess, Sunday, March 29, 1981 (LERA Penninsula Class Tournament Results)

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