About twenty-five players witnessed the exhibition of blindfold chess at the Chess Club rooms on Tuesday night. Mr. Pillsbury extended his usual limit and played eight simultaneous games instead of six. The additional length of the contest, as well as the difficulty of keeping so many positions in mind, was a severe strain on the blindfold player, and the Harvard players succeeded in making an even score. Mr. Pillsbury won from Ballou, Van Kleeck, and Spaulding, lost to MacKaye, Hewins, and a consultation table played by Dunn, Farrar, Lewis, and Starr, while games with Wilson and Webster were given up as drawn. Mr. Pillsbury promises to try to make a more decisive score later in the year.
Exhibition of Blindfold Chess.
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