Bergmann, Otto




Ratings

Year       Rank    Edo    Dev.   Games 
1909  461  2181 (70) 3
1910  448  2187 (60) 9
1911  538  2154 (61) 8
1912  574  2131 (66) 0
1913  609  2109 (67) 0
1914  615  2086 (66) 9
1915  577  2087 (72) 0
1916  578  2088 (76) 0
1917  573  2089 (78) 0
1918  591  2090 (79) 0
1919  592  2092 (77) 0
1920  631  2093 (74) 0
1921  670  2094 (69) 0
1922  663  2095 (60) 7
1923  653  2124 (58) 0
1924  624  2154 (51) 10
1925  614  2163 (47) 11
1926  493  2202 (47) 13
1927  511  2198 (54) 9

Rating table notes

Biographical data
Name: Bergmann, Otto Wladislau Albert  
Born: 1884
Died: 7 Feb. 1938
 
Notes:
Gaige (Chess Personalia) has 'Bergmann, Otto [Wladislau Albert]', and has birth date between 8-02-1884 and 7-02-1885. Gaige's Chess Tournament Crosstables has 'Bergmann, W.' at several events, where Di Felice has 'Bergmann, Otto Wladislau Albert'. Henryk Konaszczuk indicates that at some of these events at least, this was a player named Walter Bergmann. Also, there was an H. Bergmann at Barmbek 1911. It is not clear how many players there were named Bergmann at German (and Austrian and Czech) events between 1909 and 1927. Some of those attributed to Otto Bergmann by Di Felice might actually belong to another Bergmann. This needs to be investigated further.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1901-1920, page 300
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1921-1930, page 319
   Gaige, Chess Personalia, page 34
   Thulin, Name index to CTC, page 26
Web
   Hoppe, Frank.  [Chronik des Jahres 1902] (broken)
   [Chess Results, 1921-1930]

Match data  (f=formal; c=casual; s=soft)

Dimer, J. - Bergmann, O.W.A. 1911         (f)     6   -   2

Tournament data

Harburg 1909     13th Lower Elbe Chess Federation Tournament     1  /  3
Hamburg 1910 (3)     17th German Chess Federation Congress - Hauptturnier B, Section 1     5.5  /  9
Mannheim 1914 (7)     19th German Chess Federation Congress - Hauptturnier B5     2.5  /  9
Bad Oeynhausen 1922 (5)     22nd German Chess Federation Congress - Hauptturnier C     1.5  /  7
Bad Salzbrunn 1924     11th Silesian Chess Union Congress     6.5  /  10
Breslau 1925 (2)     24th German Chess Federation Congress - Hauptturnier A     3  /  11
Vienna 1926 (2)     Congress of the German Chess Union in Vienna - Hauptturnier A     4.5  /  8
Bad Altheide 1926     13th Silesian Chess Union Congress     3  /  5
Cheb 1927     6th Congress of the German Chess Federation in Czechoslovakia - Championship     4.5  /  9


Player information updated: 3 Apr. 2022