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1.Cf3 Cf6 2.b3 b6 3.d4 d5 4.e3 Bf5 5.Bd3 BxBd3 6.DxBd3 c6 7.Cbd2 e6 8.O-O Cbd7 9.e4 dxe4 10.Cxe4 CxCe4 11.DxCe4 Be7 12.c4 O-O 13.Bb2 Bf6 14.Tad1 Te8 15.Ce5 Dc7 16.f4 Tad8 17.Tfe1 Cf8 18.Cg4 Bh4 19.g3 f5 20.De5 DxDe5 21.CxDe5 Be7 22.Rg2 Bb4 23.Te2 Cd7 24.h3 Bf8 25.CxCd7 TxCd7 26.Tde1 Rf7 27.Rf3 g6 28.g4 fxg4 29.Rxg4 Bg7 30.d5 cxd5 31.BxBg7 RxBg7 32.cxd5 Txd5 33.Txe6 TxTe6 34.TxTe6 Rf7 35.Te2 Rf6 36.h4 h5+ 37.Rf3 Rf5 38.b4 a5 39.bxa5 Txa5 40.Tb2 Ta4 41.Tb5+ Rf6 42.Txb6+ Rf5 43.Tb5+ Rf6 44.Tb6+ Rf5 (1/2-1/2)

Savielly Tartakower / Marcel Duchamp (Torneio Internacional de Paris, 1929)

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“In 1925 Duchamp designed the poster for the Third French Championship, wich was held in Nice, September 2-11. As might be expected, his original graphic ideas resulted in one of the best chess tournament posters in history. For it, he photographed a number of building blocks that he had thrown into a net bag to form an accumulation and made an enlargement of this photo, eliminating all the details except for the chance configuration of the blocks in the hanging net. This enlargement was then used as a basis for the final drawing, in wich the cubes were colored light pink and black. The drawing was then reproduced against a light gray background obtained from an enlarged reproduction of a Staunton Model chess king. The casual arrangement of the cubes in the poster seems to emphasize the role of chance in a game where apparently chance has no part. Here Duchamp gives us a further example of his inclination to use play and chance as factors in his art. It was during this tournament that he was proclaimed Master of the Fédération Française des Echecs, in conformity with an article of its regulations requiring a minimum score of fifty percent to qualify for Mastership.”

Arturo Schwarz in The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp (Delano Greenidge, 1997)

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“The champion of Haute-Normandie, M. Duchamp, has well merited his title in consideration of his deep and solid playing. His imperturbable coolness, his ingenious style, and the impeccable way with wich he exploits the slightest advantage, make him an always formidable opponent. His previous successes in Belgium and at the Olympic Tournament were naturally harbingers of new ones.”

in Boletim da Federação Francesa de Xadrez (n.º 13, Janeiro de 1925)

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Marcel Duchamp . Designs for Chessmen (1912-1968)

1.e4 c5 2.Cf3 Cc6 3.Cc3 d6 4.d4 cxd4 5.Cxd4 g6 6.Bb5 Bd7 7.0-0 Bg7 8.Be3 Cf6 9.f3 0-0 10.Dd2 Da5 11.Cb3 Dc7 12.Bxc6 bxBc6 13.Bh6 c5 14.BxBg7 RxBg7 15.Tb1 a5 16.Cc1 a4 17.b3 Tfb8 18.C1e2 axb3 19.cxb3 Ta3 20.Tfd1 Da5 21.Db2 Bc8 22.Cf4 Be6 23.Td2 Tb4 24.Cd3 T4xb3 25.axTb3 Txb3 26.DxTb3 BxDb3 27.TxBb3 c4 28.Ta2 Dc7 29.T3b2 cxCd3 30.Cd1 Cd7 31.Td2 Dc5+ 32.Cf2 De3 33.h3 Cc5 34.Rh1 f5 35.exf5 gxf5 36.f4 e5 (0-1)

Edmond Michel / Marcel Duchamp (Campeonato Nacional de França / Estrasburgo 1924)

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“In a 1904 etching by Jacques Villon, Marcel and his younger sister Suzanne are also shown playing chess. Four years prior to the etching, at the age of thirteen, Marcel was taught to play chess by his brothers. This was the same year they also began teaching him to paint, the ironic coincidence of wich has been noted by numerous biographers.”

Bradley Bailey in Passionate Pastimes (Readymade Press, 2009)