Berlin 1913




Results
 
Match scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games 
Salinger, M.    2165 (78) 1 /
Choděra, Miroslav    2223 (57) 1 /
 
Lewitt, Moritz    2175 (101) 0.5 /
Kautský, Václav    2251 (56) 1.5 /
 
Pahl, Kurt    2296 (97) 1.5 /
Kornia, V.    2237 (81) 0.5 /
 
Ahues, Carl    2438 (56) 1.5 /
Kruliš-Randa, Otakar    2325 (64) 0.5 /
 
Cohn, Wilhelm    2378 (75) 0.5 /
Kvíčala, Jan    2410 (83) 1.5 /
 
Schulz (2)    2063 (154) 1 /
Opočenský, Karel    2248 (45) 1 /
 
Schlage, Willi    2290 (66) 0.5 /
Pokorný, Amos    2237 (45) 1.5 /
 
Moll, Kurt    2238 (86) 0.5 /
Prokeš, Ladislav    2375 (51) 1.5 /
 
Wiegand, E.    2139 (67) 1.5 /
Scheinost, F.    1821 (173) 0.5 /
 
Rotenstein, Simon    2381 (70) 1.5 /
Šipek, J.    2342 (86) 0.5 /
 
Janowski, A.    1968 (180) 1 /
Mitovský, Karoly    2097 (128) 1 /
 
Gregory, Bernhard    2279 (48) 1 /
Treybal, František    2418 (53) 1 /
 
Post, Ehrhardt    2390 (57) 1 /
Treybal, Karel    2373 (58) 1 /
 
Jakobowitz    2055 (177) 1.5 /
Židlický, B.    2107 (83) 0.5 /
 
Bauer, Arpad    2067 (64) 1 /
Žukovský, V.    2087 (65) 1 /
 
Cohn, Erich    2464 (48) 1 /
Důras, Oldřich    2546 (34) 1 /
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: Berlin - Prague Team Match
Place: Berlin
Start date: 23 Mar. 1913
End date: 24 Mar. 1913
 
Notes:
Di Felice lists 'Kvicala, Josef' on the Prague team, but he died in 1908, so I presume this was 'Kvicala, Jan'. Also on the Prague team, he lists as Janowski's opponent 'Skalicka, Carlos', who was born in Nov. 1896 and would therefore have been 16, or at most 17, years old at the time of this tournament. According to the Deutsche Schachzeitung, Janowski's opponent was 'Mitowsky'. The latter source has Rotenstein-Sipek as 1.5-0.5 and Jakobowitz-Zidlicky as 1.5-0.5, while Di Felice has the former as 1-1 and the latter as 2-0.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1901-1920, page 207
Periodicals
   [DSZ], Feb. 1913, page 58
   [DSZ], May 1913, page 158

Tournament information updated: 7 Nov. 2014