Paris 1933 (2)




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games   
Rossolimo, Nicolas    2434 (56) 13 / 14 
Halic, Ivan    2352 (67) 12.5 / 14 
Bernstein, Sidney    2333 (54) 10 / 14 
Gotti, Marius    2129 (56) 9.5 / 14 
Perelmans, M.    2147 (60) 9.5 / 14 
Halberstadt, Vitaly    2239 (47) 8 / 14 
Sergeev (2)    2163 (76) 8 / 14 
Molnar, Francois    2091 (54) 6.5 / 14 
Roubach    2036 (76) 5.5 / 14 
Golbérine, Boris    2113 (54) 5.5 / 14 
Caruana    1981 (78) 4.5 / 14 
Anglarès, Edouard    1963 (48) 4 / 14 
Spanien, H.    1976 (63) 4 / 14 
Gorog, E.    2065 (57) 3 / 14 
Voisin, André    1963 (48) 1.5 / 14 
 
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: Paris Championship
Place: Paris
Start date: 2 Nov. 1933
End date: 21 Dec. 1933
 
Notes:
Thimognier says that the official scoring gave 3 points to a win, 2 to a draw, and 1 to a loss. These could be converted to ordinary 1, 0.5, 0 scoring by subtracting 14 and then dividing by 2. However, his scores do not match his crosstable, according to this calculation method. Bernstein is shown with 34 points (or 10 according to the ordinary scoring), but the crosstable shows him with 9 points, which would place him below Gotti and Perelmans if the crosstable is correct. However, the game Bernstein - Voisin is shown as a 0 for both players. So it may also be that this is an error in the crosstable and Bernstein won the point, in which case the score of 34 is correct. This seems more likely, since the third place player is unlikely to be misidentified. Golbérine is shown with 29 points, but this should be 25 (or 5.5 in ordinary scoring) according to the crosstable. And the bottom 4 players are shown with 21, 21, 19, and 10 respectively, when they should be 22, 22, 20 and 17, according to the crosstable. Perhaps Voisin forfeited 7 games and was not given the 1 point for a loss in those cases, and Anglares, Spanien and Gorog each forfeited one, but there is no indication of this. I have gone by the crosstable in all cases aside from the Bernstein-Voisin game, which I assume Bernstein actually won.
 
References
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   Thimognier, Dominique.  [Championnat de Paris 1933]

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