After that Andreas Saremba gave some information
on the Lasker Society and advertised the nice booklet on Lasker's
house [photo above], while Michael Negele told about the "find"
of the third part of Jacob Halpern's "Chess Symposium". (About
this Michael's short presentation
as pdf-file as well as an additional series
of pictures and a few scans.)
Negele, Jurgen Stigter and Toni Preziuso having a snack at break.
Champagne (allegedly Ken Whyld's favourite drink) was generously served
afterwards, whereupon a nice evening was closed in an Indonesian restaurant.
was a great crowd around Michael Negele at the MEC book market –
on the left Tomasz Lissowski and René van der Heijden, on the
right a guest, Mr Jongstra.
The Saturday morning with glorious weather led many
members and guests at 10 o'clock again into the Max Euwe-Centrum, the
book market planned for the end of November had kindly been brought forward.
There the chairman designate had his hands full, not only our book on
Zukertort selled like hot cakes. All around only pleased looking people,
the prices were fair and many interesting books changed hands.
Lamme and Jörg Abramowski dispensing a splendid mood.
Reinhardt and Hans-Jürgen Fresen are obviously taken with the
book market too.
Preziuso as a happy owner of the Zukertort biography, next to him
Otto Hutter and Tomasz Lissowski.
Sanvito and Ralf Binnewirtz leaf through Italian chess papers.
You will find some additional photos in our book