|Jim Froehlich (left) plays Mario Bartocci|
There are more photos at illinoisclass.com.
Speaking of which, didn't Ruy López de Segura advise his readers to place the chess board in such a way that their opponents would be blinded by the light of sun? Two veteran Illinois tournament players discovered that artificial light works equally well:
|Giving a new meaning to "reflection":|
neither player has been identified at the time of this post