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Adolf Schwarz
Number of games in database: 146
Years covered: 1864 to 1900
Overall record: +46 -57 =43 (46.2%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
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ADOLF SCHWARZ
(born Oct-31-1836, died Oct-25-1910) Hungary

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An Austria-Hungarian chess master, Adolf Schwarz was born in 1836 in Galszecs, Hungary. He passed away in Vienna, Austria in 1910.

Wikipedia article: Adolf Schwarz


 page 1 of 6; games 1-25 of 146  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. Hamppe vs A Schwarz 0-127 1864 ViennaC26 Vienna
2. Blackburne vs A Schwarz 1-033 1873 ViennaC01 French, Exchange
3. A Schwarz vs J Heral  ½-½45 1873 ViennaC01 French, Exchange
4. Meitner vs A Schwarz  ½-½35 1873 ViennaC01 French, Exchange
5. Meitner vs A Schwarz  1-041 1873 ViennaC01 French, Exchange
6. Anderssen vs A Schwarz 1-047 1873 ViennaC11 French
7. Gelbfuhs vs A Schwarz  ½-½36 1873 ViennaC00 French Defense
8. Hamppe vs A Schwarz 0-126 1873 ViennaC25 Vienna
9. K Pitschel vs A Schwarz 0-127 1873 ViennaC41 Philidor Defense
10. Paulsen vs A Schwarz  ½-½45 1873 ViennaA28 English
11. Blackburne vs A Schwarz  1-055 1873 ViennaC11 French
12. M Fleissig vs A Schwarz  0-139 1873 ViennaC11 French
13. M Fleissig vs A Schwarz  1-058 1873 ViennaC11 French
14. A Schwarz vs Gelbfuhs ½-½41 1873 ViennaC50 Giuoco Piano
15. A Schwarz vs K Pitschel  ½-½81 1873 ViennaC01 French, Exchange
16. A Schwarz vs Paulsen 1-039 1873 ViennaC41 Philidor Defense
17. A Schwarz vs Bird 0-147 1873 ViennaC46 Three Knights
18. Steinitz vs A Schwarz  1-032 1873 ViennaA28 English
19. NN vs A Schwarz 0-122 1873 Chess SocietyC25 Vienna
20. A Schwarz vs S Rosenthal  0-133 1873 ViennaC50 Giuoco Piano
21. A Schwarz vs J Heral  1-028 1873 ViennaC15 French, Winawer
22. A Schwarz vs Anderssen 1-046 1873 ViennaC50 Giuoco Piano
23. Paulsen vs A Schwarz  1-028 1873 ViennaC01 French, Exchange
24. Bird vs A Schwarz 1-036 1873 ViennaC01 French, Exchange
25. A Schwarz vs Steinitz 0-132 1873 ViennaC50 Giuoco Piano
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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-06-04  Knight13: Dose anybody knows who he is? There is no history of him that I could find online. I think he was a chess master.
Dec-07-04  sneaky pete: <Knight13> Born October 31, 1836, in Galszecs (Hungary), died October 25, 1910, in Vienna. Merchant by profession. Played in at least 10 strong tournaments in Austria and Germany between 1873 and 1899. His best result was 1st place (shared with Blackburne and Englisch) in Wiesbaden, 1880, ahead of Schallopp, Mason, Bird, Winawer and 9 other masters, so you can count him as a chess master.
Dec-07-04  Knight13: <sneaky pete> Thank you.
Jun-05-06  Whitehat1963: May the Schwarz be with you!
Mar-20-07
Premium Chessgames Member
  Gypsy: Chessmetrics Player Profile:

Adolf Schwarz (*1836 +1910)

Best World Rank: #3 (2657);
(#3 in world, age 45y7m)
Best Individual Performance: Wiesbaden, 1880

Dec-20-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: Adolf Schwarz (31 October 1836, Galszecs, Hungary – 25 October 1910, Vienna) was an Austria-Hungarian chess master.

In 1878, he took 2nd, behind Louis Paulsen, in Frankfurt. In 1879, he took 3rd in Leipzig (1st DSB-Congress, Berthold Englisch won). In 1880, he tied for 1st-3rd with Joseph Henry Blackburne and Englisch in Wiesbaden. In 1880, he tied for 1st-3rd with Max Weiss and Johannes von Minckwitz in Graz. In 1880, he tied for 3rd-5th in Braunschweig. In 1882, he took 3rd in Vienna (Vincenz Hruby won). In 1882, he tied for 12-13th in Vienna (Wilhelm Steinitz and Simon Winawer won).

He won matches against Minkwitz (+3 -2 =4) in 1878, and against Winawer (+3 -1 =0) in 1880.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_...

Jan-27-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Karpova: Information from the obituary:

The funeral was on October 27, 1911. He belonged to the best Austrian chess masters.

Schwarz was born on October 31, 1836, in Galszecs, Hungary. He showed extraordinary interest in chess already in his youth and was soon regarded to be the strongest player in Arad, where he studied.

But only in Budapest, where he moved to at the age of 20, he acquired this stubborness in bad and the uncomparable vigour in good positions, which made him a feared opponent everywhere. In 1872, he moved to Vienna where he joined the Vienna Chess Society and he remained a member for 38 years.

He had many successes in local and national tournaments. At the international tournament in Wiesbaden (1880), he shared first place with Blackburne and Englisch (11.0/15). In matches he beat Minckwitz (+3 -2 =4) and Winawer (+2 -0 =2).

Since then he participated in tournaments more rarely, but at the age of 73 he won a tournament of the Vienna Chess Club in 1909 against the strongest amateurs.

Source: Pages 34-35 of the January 1911 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

Apr-20-14
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  Karpova: Final result of the 12-rounds Amateur tournament at the Vienna Chess Club which ended on March 14th, 1909:

1. Adolf Schwarz 9.5
2-3. J. Bendiner 9.0
2-3. Eduard Hamlisch
4. Hans Fried 8.5
5. Alois Seidl 7.5
6. Gustav Zeißl 7.0
7. Heinrich Müller 6.0
8-9. M. Hamlisch
8-9. A. Pink
10-11. P. Bernfeld 4.0
10-11. Soyka 4.0
12. Bar. Blumencron 2.5
13. C. Steininger 1.0

Prizes (in <Kronen>): Schwarz 200, Bendiner 130, E Hamlisch 130, Fried 80, Seidl 60, Zeißl 40, Müller 20.

During the last rounds of the tournament, Pink (severe illness) and Soyka (death in his family) withdrew from the tournament.

Adolf Schwarz scored +8 -1 =3,losing only to Pink. Bendiner scored +7 -1 =4, E Hamlisch +8 -2 =2.

Source: 'Wiener Schachzeitung', June 1909, p. 172

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