Karpova: Dr. Wotawa reports on the match between Tartakower and Ernst Gruenfeld:
Right after coming back from Bad Pistyan (1922), Grünfeld stated that he wanted to play a match. Tartakower immediately declared his willingness to contest a 6-games match in case of a 180,000 Kronen prize fund.
The Austrian Chess Federation financed 2 games, the Landstrasser Chess Federation, Hakoah and the Deutsche Schachverein financed 3 further games. In addition, von Döry and and Godai financed the last two games.* Gerbec donated a Brilliancy prize.
The match took place from 25 June to 1 July 1922.
Game 1: Tartakower chose the Orthodox defense in the Queen's Gambit. Grünfeld soon had the better position, but he missed the winning continuation. Tartakower went on to win a beautiful endgame.
Game 2: A Queen's Pawn game, which was drawn after 19 moves, since Grünfeld couldn't maintain his small positional plus.
Game 3: A Dutch defense with Grünfeld strengthening his somewhat freer position, after hazardous play by Tartakower. Yet, Tarakower switched to defense in time and the game ended drawn after 35 moves.
Game 4: Tartakower opened 1.c4 and Grünfeld first got the better position, then won a pawn. He played for the win of a second pawn and allowed Tartakower to save the game with excellent endgame play.
Game 5: The longest and most dramatic game. The opening was a Queen's pawn game in the style of Bogoljubov. Grünfeld handled the opening better and got an advantage. Tartakower managed to neutralise it after 48 moves and the position was drawn. Grünfeld sacrificed a piece, trying to win and catch up with Tartakower. However, Tartakower refuted the sacrifice and got a winning endgame. He missed the winning continuation and got a worse position. In the end, he missed the chance to draw and lost on move 80.
Game 6: Again a better position for Grünfeld, but the position was drawn even though Grünfeld had the opportunity to win a useless pawn.
The match ended drawn, +1 -1 =4.
Source: 'Österreichische Schachrundschau', July 1922, issue 5, pp. 33-34
*I don't know why it adds up to 7 games, and if this was intentional or a printing error.