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In 1851, at the first International Chess Tournament, Eduard Loewe, M. Brodie, E.S. Kennedy, Samuel Newham, and Carl Mayet all got knocked out without a single win in 2 games.  In 1857, at the 1st American Chess Congress, James Thompson and Samuel Calthrop got knocked out without a single win in 3 games.  In 1862, at the 1st British Chess Federation Congress, James Robey took last place (+2-11=0).    In 1867, at the Dundee International, Walter Spens took last place (+0-8=1).   In 1868, at the 4th Counties Chess Association in York, W. Ball took last place (+0-9=0).  In 1869, at the 2nd British Chess Association, Cuthbertson took last place (+0-10=0).  In 1871, at the 2nd American Chess Congress in Cleveland, William Houghton took last place (+0-14=0).  In 1873, at the 1st Netherlands Chess Federation, L. Simons took last place (+0-13=0).   In 1876, at the 4th American Chess Congress in Philadelphia, L. Barbour took last place (+0-10=4).  In 1876, at the New York Clipper Tournament, Marr took last place (+1-19=0).  In 1878, at the Paris International, Karl Pitschel took last place (+1-18=3).  In 1879, at the 6th Canadian championship in Montreal, Nelson Loverin took last place (+0-12=0).  In 1880, at the 5th American Chess Congress in New York, Albert Cohnfeld took last place (+2-15=1).  In 1883, at the Vizayanagaram tournament in London, F. Dudley took last place (+1-24=0).  In 1885, at the 1st British Chess Federation championship in London, William Mackeson took last place (+0-14=1).  In 1886, at the 1st British Amateur championship, J. Kirke took last place (+0-18=0).  In 1887, at the 3rd British Chess Federation Congress in London, James Mortimer took last place (+0-9=0).  In 1888, at the 3rd Australian championship in Melbourne, David Hay took last place (+0-7=0).  In 1889, at the 5th British Chess Federation in London, George Gossip took last place (+0-7=3).  In 1889, at the 6th American Chess Congress in New York, Nicholas MacLeod took last place (+6-31=1).  In 1890, at the 5th British Amateur championship in Manchester, Bardgett took last place (+0-11=0).  In 1893, at the Franklin Chess Club championship in Philadelphia, Hoban took last place (+0-18=0).  In 1897, at the end of the 1st Hungarian Correspondence Chess Tourney, Fellner took last place (+0-18=0).  In 1895, at the Hastings International Tournament, Beniamino Vergani took last place (+2-17=2).  In 1901, at the Monte Carlo tournament, Colonel Moreau took last place (+0-26=0).  In 1945, at the US Amateur Championship, Walter Stephens took last place (+0-11=0).    In 1947, at the Euroean Zonal at Hilversum, O’Sullivan took last place (+0-12=1).  In 1951, at the British Championship, Mrs. H. Cobbold took last place (+0-8=0).

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