Berlin 1906 (1)




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games   
Cohn, Erich    2425 (29) 11.5 / 13 
Caro, Horatio    2407 (39) 11 / 13 
Schewe, Otto    2251 (46) 8.5 / 13 
Bauer, Arpad    2206 (44) 9 / 14 
Lampert, H.    2222 (52) 8.5 / 14 
Wegemund, Otto    2183 (38) 7 / 13 
Hartenheim, Felix    2124 (43) 7.5 / 14 
Post, Ehrhardt    2364 (34) 7.5 / 14 
Wagner, Alfred    2241 (45) 6.5 / 13 
Metzke, W. (1)    2083 (60) 6.5 / 14 
Haertel, W.    2073 (37) 4.5 / 13 
Kunze, Wilhelm    2030 (41) 4 / 13 
Friedrich, Hermann    1983 (53) 4 / 14 
Wendt, Hans    1716 (85) 0 / 13 
Gregory, Bernhard    2264 (39) 1 /
 
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: Berlin Tournament
Place: Berlin
Start date: 14 Nov. 1905
End date: 27 Feb. 1906
 
Notes:
Gregory lost to Cohn, Caro, Wagner, Haertel, Kunze and Wendt by default (these results not counted here for rating purposes). Gregory's games against Schewe and Wegemund are indicated by both Gaige and Di Felice as not scored for either player (which presumably indicates 'not played'). The Deutsche Schachzeitung of 1906 (p.90) shows both of these games as additional forfeits by Gregory. In either case, they are not counted here for rating purposes. The game Gregory-Bauer is indicated as a forfeit by Gregory by both Gaige and Di Felice, but the Deutsche Schachzeitung shows it as won by Bauer. The game Gregory-Lampert is given in Gaige's crosstable as '0?' for Gregory but '-?' for Lampert; Di Felice shows it as unplayed and unscored like the games against Schewe and Wegemund. The Deutsche Schachzeitung, however, shows it as won by Lampert. Gaige has 'A. Wagner' here; Di Felice has 'Wagner, Alexander'. Alan McGowan (personal communicatuion) suggests that Alfred Wagner, the Berlin player, is much more likely.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1901-1920, page 66
   Gaige, Chess Tournament Crosstables II, page 240
Periodicals
   [DSZ], vol. 61, 1906, page 27

Tournament information updated: 7 Nov. 2023