The chess tournament in Paris 1900, held in conjunction with the Exposition Universelle, belongs to the strongest tournaments of the time: 1. Em. Lasker 14.5, ahead of Pillsbury, Marshall, Maroczy, Burn, Chigorin, Schlechter, Marco, Mieses, Showalter, Janowski, Mason etc., 17 players. History of the tournament, all games annotated, crosstables and other information like 12 games of the Pillsbury’s Blindfold Simul. Interesting was that draws were replayed once. Jimmy Adams is renowned author and chess historian. Series Rare and Unpublished Tournaments and Matches 42.