Chess Results, 1951-1955: A Comprehensive Record with 1,620 by Gino Di Felice

By Gino Di Felice

This entire chronological reference paintings lists the result of men's chess competitions all around the world--individual and staff fits, from 1951 via 1955. Entries list place and, whilst on hand, the crowd that subsidized the development. First and final names of avid gamers are incorporated every time attainable and are standardized for simple reference. Compiled from modern resources corresponding to newspapers, periodicals, match files and fit books, this paintings comprises 1,620 match crosstables and a hundred and forty four fit rankings. it truly is listed through occasions and by means of avid gamers.

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190 CUBA, 8–25 III 1951— 6th CUB ch 1. GONZALEZ ZAMORA, Juan Carlos DETMOLD (FRG), 8–12 V 1951 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 BOUWMEESTER, Henk B. F. 5 SOURCE: Tijdschrift van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Schaakbond 1951, p. 195 DORTMUND (FRG), 17–31 III 1951— International Tournament 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 O’KELLY DE GALWAY, Alberic FUDERER, Andrija MILIC, Borislav PFEIFFER, Gerhard PUC, Stojan ROSSOLIMO, Nicolas BOGOLJUBOW, Efim Dmitrievich KIENINGER, Georg STOLTZ, Gosta LANGE, Wilfried Mrs. KELLER-HERRMANN, Edith GROB, Henry T m m m m m m 1 • = = 0 = = = 0 = = 0 0 2 = • = 0 = = 0 = = 1 0 0 3 = = • 0 = = 1 = 0 0 0 = 4 1 1 1 • 1 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 SOURCE: Schach 1951, p.

ASKER, Sven COOSEMANS, B. 5 SOURCE: ¶ahovski Vjesnik 1951, p. 190 CUBA, 8–25 III 1951— 6th CUB ch 1. GONZALEZ ZAMORA, Juan Carlos DETMOLD (FRG), 8–12 V 1951 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 BOUWMEESTER, Henk B. F. 5 SOURCE: Tijdschrift van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Schaakbond 1951, p. 195 DORTMUND (FRG), 17–31 III 1951— International Tournament 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 O’KELLY DE GALWAY, Alberic FUDERER, Andrija MILIC, Borislav PFEIFFER, Gerhard PUC, Stojan ROSSOLIMO, Nicolas BOGOLJUBOW, Efim Dmitrievich KIENINGER, Georg STOLTZ, Gosta LANGE, Wilfried Mrs.

VINCE O. H. 5; 5. MORGAN A. L. 5; 6–7. LEDGER R. , PHILLIPS F. 5; 8. ROSE F. T. 2; 9–10. HOLMES L. Barry, MURRAY H. 5 SOURCE: John Van Manen: The Records of Australian Chess, vol. 3 38 1951 Chess Results HETTSTEDT (GDR), 20 V–2 VI 1951— Saxony-Anhalt ch CHAMPIONSHIP: 1 2 3 OTTO, Arnold • 0 1 NUESKEN, Fritz 1 • = DROEGE 0 = • KECK, G. 0 0 0 HARTMANN, Klaus 0 0 0 6 SCHICKER = 1 0 7 HELD 0 = 0 8 KUHN, Paul 1 0 = 9 GRIESBACH = = 1 10 TROSCHIER, Kurt 0 1 0 11 QUECKE, Kurt = 1 = 12 BADESTEIN, E. 0 0 = 13 NICOLAI, Werner = 0 0 14 SCHOEPKA 0 0 0 15 VLK 0 0 0 16 FUSS 0 = 1 17 LOHOFF 0 = = 18 BUECHNER 1 0 1 19 ANKE = 0 0 20 LANGE 0 0 = JUNIOR TOURNAMENT: 1 CHRISTOPH, Manfred 2 MALICH, Burkhard Georg Josef 3 KRUMM, H.

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