Vera Menchik

Vera Francevna Mencikova, was a Russian-born Czechoslovak chess player who primarily resided in England. She was the first Women's World Chess Champion from 1927 to 1944 and the longest-reigning women's champion in history. Her eight world championship wins are the most of all time, and only Emanuel Lasker had a longer reign as world champion.

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Vera Menchik

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Vera Menchik - William Ritson Morry
London Easter, London
1940
Goesta Stoltz - Vera Menchik
Hastings 3132 12th, Waverley Hotel
1932.01.01
Alfredo Olivera - Vera Menchik
Montevideo
1939
Edward Guthlac Sergeant - Vera Menchik
London Nat Centre CC prel B, London
1940
Vera Menchik - Victor Berger
Sunday Referee Masters, Central Hall / Whiteleys
1932.02.11
Herman Steiner - Vera Menchik
Lodz
1938
Vera Menchik - Frederick Yates
Hastings 3132 12th, Waverley Hotel
1932.01.04
Theodore Tylor - Vera Menchik
Hastings 3334 14th, White Rock Pavilion
1934.01.05
James Macrae Aitken - Vera Menchik
BCF Congress 31th, Brighton
1938.08.15
Herman Steiner - Vera Menchik
Lodz
1938
Vera Menchik - Rudolf Spielmann
Karlsbad
1929
Harold Vincent Mallison - Vera Menchik
BCF Congress 31th, Brighton
1938.08.17
Cristian Torres - Vera Menchik
Barcelona
1929
Jose Raul Capablanca - Vera Menchik
Hastings 2930
1929
Edward Guthlac Sergeant - Vera Menchik
London x, London
1940
Edward Guthlac Sergeant - Vera Menchik
London Nat Centre CC prel B, London
1940
Vera Menchik - Willem Jan Muhring
ENG-NED, London
1938.06.05
Edward Guthlac Sergeant - Vera Menchik
London
1943