It was also not held in , , , and as major international events were then being held in England. The women's championship was held in most of those years.
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In the Wikipedia a list of the authors is available. Games are being played: , Challenges: 2, Halfmoves up to now: 6. Edgard Colle was a Belgian chess master, who pioneered the chess opening termed the Colle System.