go to site Staunton, Howard (1810-1874)

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https://www.vertaglia.com/s3ewd9ot6c Description: Howard Staunton was an England chess player. He was the main organizer of the first international chess tournament in 1851, which was held in England. He promoted the Staunton pattern (promulgated by Nathaniel Cook); a chess game of clearly distinguishable pieces in a standardized way that remains the style required for competitions. This pattern quickly became the standard, and has been used to this day.
https://annmorrislighting.com/rkwwwhpqnt Sex: Male. https://www.jacobysaustin.com/2024/05/cvskp936cxw Occupation: Chess player. 
follow site Place of Birth / Death: London, England, Inuted Kingdom / London, England, Inuted Kingdom. get link Country Tags: United Kingdom.
source site Centuries: XIX. go site Title: Unofficial World Chess Champion
go to site Wolrd Champion:- https://thegreathighway.com/zk70m8to School: Old Westminster Chess Club.
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