He joined the Marshall Chess Club in Manhattan in He won the U. Intercollegiate championship in while at NYU. They had two children: Donald in and Judith in Many players received their first introduction to the game through his books. Reinfeld also wrote books for more advanced players, but they sold fewer copies.
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Reinfeld wrote over chess books in his lifetime, and perhaps over books total. He also wrote about geology, history, numismatics, checkers, and astronomy. He was said to have a photographic memory and could remember nearly every game he played through. Reinfeld also used the pen names Robert V. Masters and Edward Young. Reinfeld learned how to play chess in at the age of Reinfeld won the U. Intercollegiate Chess Championship as a teenager.
Reinfeld started his own publishing house called the Black Knight Press. In his tiny apartment in New York, he produced and printed his own material and he started correspondence courses for people who wanted to learn the game. He won the New York State Championship twice and In Reinfeld took 1st place and Reuben Fine took 2nd place. Reinfeld and Fine were best of friends. In he won the Marshall Chess Club championship ahead of Marshall, who took 2nd and in he won the Manhattan Chess Club championships.
He was the Executive Editor of Chess Review. In , the first USCF rating list appeared. In , the second USCF rating list appeared. Reinfeld was no longer on the rating list due to inactivity in chess tournaments. He also drew against Alekhine. Beatrice Reinfeld Alekhine vs.
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