Milan 1881




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games   
Salvioli, Carlo    2334 (83) 11 / 16 
Zannoni, Fermo    2366 (84) 10.5 / 16 
Maluta, Gustavo    2302 (86) 10 / 16 
Crespi, Edoardo    2277 (82) 9 / 16 
Zon, Giacomo    2279 (83) 8.5 / 16 
d'Aumiller, Alessandro    2228 (79) 8 / 16 
Sprega, Luigi    2259 (85) 8 / 16 
Dalla Rosa, Giovanni    2139 (95) 6 / 16 
Cavallotti, Mattia    1788 (132) 1 / 16 
 
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: 3rd Italian National Tournament
Place: Milan
Start date: 8 Sep. 1881
End date: 29 Sep. 1881
 
Notes:
Gaige has 'Della Rosa' at this event; Di Felice and La Grande Storia degli Scacchi have 'Dalla Rosa, Giovanni'. Gaige has 'M.C.'; Di Felice and La Grande Storia degli Scacchi have 'Cavallotti, Mattia'. With the preceding slight discrepancies, Gaige, Di Felice and La Grande Storia degli Scacchi list the same 9 players at this event with the same crosstable, but Feenstra Kuiper first (in Hundert Jahre Schachturnier) omits Cavallotti and gives the other 8 players total scores that are exactly 4 points above the totals from the crosstables in the other 3 sources, and then (in Hundert Jahre Schachzweikämpfe) gives the low scoring players as Dalla Rosa (10), Rimarosa (4), Borgi (1), Orsini (0), and says that the last three resigned, so that, presumably, their scores were struck from the official record. I am not including them, since it is likely that they did not play all their games, and we don't know who they did play against. And why Cavallotti does not appear in Feenstra Kuiper's account is not clear. Hooper and Whyld mention that Cavallotti played at this tournament.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1747-1900, page 79
   Feenstra Kuiper, 100 Jahre Schachturniere, page 28
   Feenstra Kuiper, 100 Jahre Schachzweikämpfe, page 116
   Gaige, Chess Tournament Crosstables I, page 31
   Hooper and Whyld, Oxford Companion (1st ed.), page 60
Web
   Sericano, C.  [Milano 1881]