The young chess players in my several chess clubs this week have an opportunity to discover the finish of one of the games from the Adolf Anderssen -- Howard Staunton match at the 1851 London International chess tournament. Staunton organized the event to coincide with the London World's Fair. It was the first World's Fair and the first international chess tournament. Anderssen won the knock-out tournament and was considered the best player in the world until Paul Morphy beat him in a match later in the decade.
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