Belgian championship, Liège
01-09-1934 > 07-09-1934
|1||Soultanbeieff, Victor Ivanovich||RUS||–||1||½||1||1||½||1||1||6|
|6||O’Kelly de Galway, Albéric||BEL||½||0||½||1||½||–||0||½||3|
In his home city, Soultanbeieff showed a clear superiority and took first without too much trouble. As usual, Dunkelblum drew too often to pose a real threat. Note the presence of Feuer, an enigmatic player who suddenly appeared in the Belgian chess scene, became vice champion, and then disappeared again. The three only Belgians all finished on -1. As far as I’m aware, no play-off was ever organised. The minor tournament started on September 2nd and was won by Frutsaert.
 gives full results,  gives all the games from the major tournament, although some of them are not complete. All games from the minor tournament are missing.
- All the games from the minor tournament.
- First names for Feuer, Vandevelde, and Leroy.
- La Nation Belge 11/08 & 02-08/09/1934
- Le Vingtième Siècle 11/09 -23/10/1934
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