Coburg 1904 (2)




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games   
Neumann, Augustin    2492 (36) 13.5 / 16 
Vidmar, Milan    2458 (38) 14.5 / 17 
Důras, Oldřich    2549 (37) 13.5 / 17 
Spielmann, Rudolf    2475 (34) 13 / 17 
Lange, Max (2)    2333 (36) 12 / 17 
Nimzowitsch, Aron    2437 (40) 11.5 / 18 
Gregory, Bernhard    2303 (35) 9.5 / 16 
Post, Ehrhardt    2377 (42) 10.5 / 17 
Möwig, Alfred    2310 (50) 8.5 / 16 
Cohn, Erich    2300 (34) 7.5 / 17 
Balla, Zoltán    2305 (46) 8 / 19 
Johner, Paul    2259 (50) 5 / 17 
Hilse, Wilhelm    2177 (56) 5 / 16 
Nyholm, Gustaf    2195 (51) 6.5 / 18 
Kägbein, P.    2076 (73) 5.5 / 18 
Schneider, Robert    1988 (65) 2.5 / 16 
Rausch, Martin    1806 (61) 1 / 19 
Bauer, Arpad    2219 (41) 2.5 /
Schenkein, Joachim    2155 (52) 2 /
Degel, Hermann    2235 (108) 2 /
Best, Friedrich    1784 (141) 1 /
 
 
Match scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games 
Neumann, Augustin    2492 (36) 3 /
Vidmar, Milan    2458 (38) 2 /
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: 14th German Chess Federation Congress - Hauptturnier A
Place: Coburg
Start date: 18 July 1904
End date: 1 Aug. 1904
 
Notes:
The official crosstable, as given by Gaige and Di Felice, has 17 players. However, Fiala's book gives round-by-round results including four other players who dropped out early and who's scores were cancelled, namely, Bauer, Schenkein, Degel and Best. It is not entirely clear how many games each played before dropping out, but I include results for the first 4 rounds for Schenkein, and the first 5 rounds for the other three, which are the minimum numbers in each case. Schenkein was still present in round 4, in which he beat Rausch, but he and Degel were definitely out in round 8, when the score between them is given as 0-0. Bauer, Degel and Best were still present in round 5, when they each won their games. In round 6, a win is recorded for Bauer against Degel, so Bauer was still at least nominally present, but Degel may have withdrawn before this round, so it is not certain that this game was played. Best was definitely out by the 9th round, where his score against Degel is recorded as 0-0. Bauer was definitely out by round 14, where his score against Schenkein is recorded as 0-0, but probably he had withdrawn before the 11th round, since it was typical in tournaments at this time for the scores of withdrawn players to be cancelled from the official crosstable only if they played less than half their games.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1901-1920, page 39
   Fiala, Olrich Duras, Vol.1, page 313, 327
   Gaige, Chess Tournament Crosstables II, page 203

Tournament information updated: 13 Jan. 2019