Originally posted by greenpawn34
Maybe not just games. [b]1854 was the year of the birth Isidor Gunsberg who came close
to winning the World Chamionship in 1891. winning 4, losing 6 and 9 draws
playing against Steinitz who was no longer the great player he was.
Steinitz lost the title to Lasker in 1894.
Wiki reports Gunsberg succesfully sued a newspaper for saying his chess column had blunders!
I like this idea. Where can I get myself a good lawyer.[/b]
I know a good Japanese lawyer, Nomani Sosumi. And yes, he does work for the firm of Dewey, Cheatham, and Howell...