Berlin 1897 (7)




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games   
Charousek, Rezsö    2622 (37) 13.5 / 18 
Walbrodt, Carl    2547 (34) 11 / 16 
Blackburne, Joseph    2553 (35) 11 / 17 
Janowsky, Dawid    2612 (33) 11.5 / 18 
Burn, Amos    2568 (35) 10 / 17 
Schlechter, Carl    2586 (33) 10.5 / 18 
Marco, Georg    2531 (33) 10.5 / 18 
Alapin, Semyon    2552 (40) 9.5 / 17 
Caro, Horatio    2462 (37) 8 / 16 
Chigorin, Mikhail    2600 (33) 8.5 / 17 
Schiffers, Emanuel    2505 (33) 8 / 17 
Metger, Johannes    2434 (48) 7 / 17 
Cohn, Wilhelm    2472 (36) 7.5 / 18 
Winawer, Szymon    2465 (41) 7.5 / 18 
Süchting, Hugo    2400 (42) 7 / 18 
Teichmann, Richard    2496 (37) 6.5 / 17 
Englisch, Berthold    2547 (49) 5.5 / 10 
Zinkl, Adolf    2379 (37) 4.5 / 17 
Albin, Adolf    2354 (36) 2 / 15 
von Bardeleben, Curt    2518 (48) 0.5 /
 
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: 11th German Chess Federation Congress - Meisterturnier
Place: Berlin
Start date: 12 Sep. 1897
End date: 5 Oct. 1897
 
Notes:
Di Felice and Forster indicate that Zinkl's win over Englisch was by forfeit. Feenstra Kuiper, Gaige and the Berlin Schachverband website show it as a genuine win, not a forfeit. Harding says that Englisch withdrew after 11 rounds, which is consistent with Di Felice and Forster if his defaulted win against von Bardeleben is counted as a round. Forster also claims that the wins by Schiffers over Alapin and Suchting over Albin were actually played, whereas Feenstra Kuiper, Gaige and Di Felice show them as default wins. I have used Forster's version. La Grande Storia degli Scacchi lists official results without indicating which wins were by forfeit, but notes that von Bardeleben withdrew after playing only Metger, as is also shown by Forster. Harding and Forster say that Albin defaulted three rounds, but Gaige and Di Felice indicate that he defaulted four. Feenstra Kuiper (p.210) says that Albin defaulted 2, but in the crosstable (p.44) shows him as defaulting four. The Berlin Schachverband website gives start date 13 Sept. 1897. Forster, Gaige, Di Felice and Feenstra Kuiper give start date 12 Sept. 1897. Feenstra Kuiper and the Berlin Scachverband website give end date 4 Oct. 1897. Forster, Gaige and Di Felice give end date 5 Oct. 1897.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1747-1900, page 175
   Feenstra Kuiper, 100 Jahre Schachturniere, page 44, 210
   Forster, Amos Burn, page 549
   Gaige, Chess Tournament Crosstables I, page 113
   Reichhelm and Shipley, Chess in Philadelphia, page 145
   Sergeant, Century of British Chess, page 230
Web
   Harding, Tim.  [Kibitzer Turns the Clock Back]
   Hoppe, Frank.  [Internationales Turnier Berlin 1897] (broken)
   Sericano, C.  [Berlino 1897]

Tournament information updated: 24 Jul. 2013