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Philadelphia

of their income playing white independent 'semipro' clubs." Ibid., 4. The Priestleys arrived in New York City in 1794, where they were immediately fĂȘted (wikt:fĂȘte) by various political factions vying to gain Priestley's endorsement. Priestley declined their entreaties, hoping to avoid political discord in his new country. As the couple traveled to their new home in Northumberland, Pennsylvania, they stopped in Philadelphia, where Priestley gave a series of sermons

Kasparov , the top chess player in the world at the time according to Elo rating (Elo rating system)s. Playing White, Deep Blue won this first game in the match on February 10, 1996 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kasparov rebounded over the next five games, winning three and drawing (draw (chess)) two, to soundly beat the machine in the 1996 match. '''Kevin Tyrone Eubanks''' (born November 15, 1957 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American jazz guitarist


Stockholm

champion. After moving to Moscow in 1949, Petrosian's career as a chess player advanced rapidly and his results in Soviet events steadily improved. He placed second in the 1951 Soviet Championship, thereby earning the title of international master. It was in this tournament that Petrosian faced world champion Botvinnik for the first time. Playing White, after obtaining a slightly inferior position from the opening, he defended through two adjournment (games)#Chess adjournments


Moscow

Trap. In an 1899 consultation game in Moscow, Blumenfeld, Boyarkow, and Falk playing White against Lasker tried 6.Qa4+?, but Black wins after this move also. The game continued 6...Nc6 7.Bxb4 Qh4 8.Ne2 Qxf2+ 9.Kd1 Bg4 10.Nc3 0-0-0+ 11.Bd6 cxd6 12.e6 fxe6 13.Kc1 Nf6 14.b4 d5 15.b5 Ne5 16.cxd5 Nxd5 17.Qc2 Nb4 18.Nd1+ Nxc2 19.Nxf2 Rd2 White resigns (resign (chess)). : ::*Moscow - Russian Research and Educational Holocaust Center ::*Saint Petersburg - GU SRZ Vera


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