Hilversum 1903




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games   
Leonhardt, Paul    2487 (43) 13 / 15 
Důras, Oldřich    2552 (39) 11.5 / 14 
Leussen, Benjamin    2418 (39) 10.5 / 15 
Speijer, Abraham    2416 (54) 9.5 / 14 
Neumann, Augustin    2456 (37) 8 / 14 
Esser, Johannes    2280 (37) 7 / 14 
Lange, Max (2)    2329 (36) 6.5 / 14 
te Kolsté, Jan    2283 (38) 6 / 14 
Brown, Frederick    2290 (42) 6.5 / 14 
Loman, Rudolf    2306 (34) 6 / 14 
Trimborn, Cornelius    2189 (51) 6 / 14 
Meiners, W.H.B.    2168 (48) 5 / 14 
Schwann, Wilhelm    2189 (48) 4.5 / 14 
Heemskerk, Jan    2110 (61) 4 / 14 
de Soyres, John    2083 (84) 2 /
Vijzelaar, J.    2120 (72) 1 /
 
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: 3rd Netherland Chess Federation International Tournament
Place: Hilversum
Start date: 3 Aug. 1903
End date: 13 Aug. 1903
 
Notes:
Gaige gives the crosstable without results for Vijzelaar; Feenstra Kuiper and Di Felice include results for Vijzelaar, who withdrew and whose games were not counted in the official scores. Many of Vijzelaar's games and some of de Soyres' games were not played. Although Feenstra Kuiper, Gaige and Di Felice all indicate that the game Trimborn-de Soyres was won by the former over the board, the Field of 22 Aug. 1903 indicates that this was one of the games that de Soyres defaulted. This is also indicated by Fiala (p.282). I will take the result from the Field here. Gaige and Feenstra Kuiper call this the 3rd International Tournament of the Netherland Chess Federation, while Di Felice calls it the 31st Netherland Chess Federation Tournament.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1901-1920, page 28
   Feenstra Kuiper, 100 Jahre Schachturniere, page 58, 215
   Fiala, Olrich Duras, Vol.1, page 242, 253
   Gaige, Chess Tournament Crosstables II, page 192
Periodicals
   [Fld], 22 Aug. 1903

Tournament information updated: 13 Jan. 2019