Vienna 1898 (3)




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games   
Tarrasch, Siegbert    2699 (37) 28.5 / 37 
Pillsbury, Harry    2667 (30) 28.5 / 37 
Janowsky, Dawid    2619 (30) 25.5 / 36 
Steinitz, Wilhelm    2607 (30) 23.5 / 36 
Schlechter, Carl    2574 (29) 21.5 / 36 
Chigorin, Mikhail    2597 (30) 20 / 36 
Burn, Amos    2599 (29) 20 / 36 
Lipke, Paul    2557 (41) 19.5 / 36 
Maróczy, Géza    2595 (32) 19.5 / 36 
Alapin, Semyon    2561 (33) 18 / 36 
Blackburne, Joseph    2537 (32) 17.5 / 37 
Schiffers, Emanuel    2497 (31) 18 / 37 
Marco, Georg    2518 (31) 16.5 / 36 
Showalter, Jackson    2530 (28) 16 / 37 
Walbrodt, Carl    2515 (37) 15.5 / 35 
Halprin, Alexander    2442 (34) 14 / 36 
Caro, Horatio    2441 (34) 12.5 / 36 
Baird, David    2319 (36) 8 / 36 
Trenchard, Herbert    2281 (39) 5 / 36 
Schwarz, Adolf    2329 (43) 0.5 /
 
 
Match scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games 
Tarrasch, Siegbert    2699 (37) 2.5 /
Pillsbury, Harry    2667 (30) 1.5 /
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: Kaiser Jubiläumsturnier
Place: Vienna
Start date: 1 June 1898
End date: 30 July 1898
 
Notes:
Di Felice and Forster give results of the 8 rounds played by A. Schwarz before he withdrew. The results of his games were not counted in the official scores, but I include them here. Reichhelm gives totals with 1 extra point for all players, presumably because Schwarz withdrew part way through the first round after losing to some of the players; however, Schwarz drew against Blackburne, yet Blackburne gets the full extra point in Reichhelm's list, and Showalter is given 2 extra points in Reichhelm's list. Forster also indicates that Blackburne got the full point in the official score. Forster's and Pope's crosstables indicates that Janowsky's and Alapin's wins against Walbrodt were by default. Neither the crosstables given by Feenstra Kuiper, Gaige and Di Felice, nor the scores given by Reichhelm indicate any defaulted games. I take Forster's and Pope's tables to be correct in this regard, and do not count the defaulted wins. The fact that Walbrodt lost 2 games by default is confirmed by the report in the British Chess Magazine reproduced at ChessCafé. Feenstra Kuiper, Gaige and Di Felice all give 31 May 1898 as the starting date, but play actually began on 1 June 1898.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1747-1900, page 184
   Feenstra Kuiper, 100 Jahre Schachturniere, page 45, 211
   Forster, Amos Burn, page 552
   Gaige, Chess Tournament Crosstables I, page 127
   Pope, Harry Nelson Pillsbury, page 108
   Reichhelm and Shipley, Chess in Philadelphia, page 145
   Sergeant, Century of British Chess, page 232
Web
   Harding, Tim.  [One Hundred Years Ago: Head-to-Head in Vienna]
   Sericano, C.  [Vienna 1898]
   [Vienna 1898]

Tournament information updated: 24 Jul. 2013