Mannheim 1914 (1)




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games   
Alekhine, Alexander    2666 (32) 9.5 / 11 
Vidmar, Milan    2594 (45) 8.5 / 11 
Spielmann, Rudolf    2559 (31) 8 / 11 
Breyer, Gyula    2531 (32) 7 / 11 
Marshall, Frank    2610 (32) 7 / 11 
Réti, Richard    2480 (30) 7 / 11 
Janowsky, Dawid    2558 (35) 6.5 / 11 
Bogoljubow, Efim    2532 (30) 5.5 / 11 
Tarrasch, Siegbert    2560 (38) 5.5 / 11 
Důras, Oldřich    2521 (46) 5 / 11 
John, Walter    2457 (52) 5 / 11 
Tartakover, Saviely    2541 (34) 4.5 / 11 
Fahrni, Hans    2408 (37) 4 / 11 
Post, Ehrhardt    2397 (51) 4 / 11 
Carls, Carl    2383 (41) 3.5 / 11 
Krüger, Paul    2373 (50) 3.5 / 11 
Flamberg, Aleksander    2493 (32) 3 / 11 
Mieses, Jacques    2383 (42) 2 / 11 
 
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: 19th German Chess Federation Congress - Meisterturnier
Place: Mannheim
Start date: 19 July 1914
End date: 2 Aug. 1914
 
Notes:
Gaige and Di Felice give start date as 19 Jul. 1914; Hilbert gives start date as 20 Jul. 1914. Skinner and Verhoeven give the start date as 19 Jul. 1914 on p.744, but on p.101 they say that play actually started on 20 Jul. 1914. Most sources give 2 Aug. 1914 as the end date, but Skinner and Verhoeven say on p.101 that the last day of play was 1 Aug. 1914. The tournament was interrupted after 11 rounds by the outbreak of the 1st World War. Feenstra Kuiper, Gaige, Di Felice and Skinner and Verhoeven give identical crosstables, though Gaige says it is only a tentative reconstruction based on contradictory reports.
 
References
Books
   Adams, Gyula Breyer, page 843
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1901-1920, page 213
   Feenstra Kuiper, 100 Jahre Schachturniere, page 86
   Gaige, Chess Tournament Crosstables III, page 439
   Hilbert, Writings in Chess History, page 398
   Skinner and Verhoeven, Alexander Alekhine's Chess Games, page 101, 744
Web
   da Nóbrega, Adaucto Wanderley.  [Frank Marshall's Chess Career]

Tournament information updated: 1 Nov. 2020