04th Aug 2020

CIPC #182: Broken sword: The shadow of the Templars

One upon a time, there were point-and-click adventure games. Sure, the genre still exists, but in the late eighties and the early nineties, when home computers became somewhat common, point-and-click...

26th Mar 2019

CIPC #112: Civilization IV

Chess is, of course, the greatest strategy game in the world; I don’t think the readers of this blog need to be convinced of that. For a few centuries, there...

19th Sep 2017

CIPC #35: Age of Empires II

Age of Empires II was in its heydays the most popular real-time strategy game in the world and this popularity has lasted. The original game was released in 1999, but...

24th Jan 2017

CIPC #3: Port mortem

“Post mortem” is the slightly macabre but very apt term chess players use for the after-game analysis with one’s opponent, where one looks at the most useless variations and is...

Nebel cup, Brussels

1936

Leuven SK vs. L’Échiquier Brussels, Brussels/Leuven

1936

Easter tournament, Antwerp

1936

Ascension Day tournament, Brussels

1936

Antwerp vs. Latvia, Antwerp

1936

Ostend SK vs. North of France, Ostend

1936

GJÉB national championship, Brussels

1936

GJÉB international championship, Brussels

1936