See also: Palamède
In 1836, impassioned Coffee of Regency, place of the French Theater in Paris, joined together around of Bourdonnais, decide to create a magazine where will be retranscribed, on paper, beauties which they see on the chess-board. The French, recognized like the best player of the world since his victory against the Londoner McDonnell, with the intuition of the formidable great strides which the play will make. Indeed, fifteen years later, the first international tournament takes place in London, then it is the generalization of the control of the time of reflection with the first clocks, finally, in 1886, takes place the first Championship of the World between Wilhelm Steinitz and Johannes Hermann Zukertort.
The untimely death of Bourdonnais, in 1840, stops during two years the publication of the Palamède , before it is started again by Pierre Saint-Lover, its successor in supremacy with the Coffee of Regency. The magazine will live five more years, approaching the 300 subscribers, before dying out in 1847.
At the end of 2004, Palamède reappears on the Web: .
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