Number of games in database: 186
Years covered: 1912 to 1962
Overall record: +62 -83 =41 (44.4%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
Kerner vs A Brinckmann, 1955 0-1
A Brinckmann vs Kieninger, 1932 1-0
Flohr vs A Brinckmann, 1929 0-1
A Brinckmann vs G Schories, 1933 1-0
A Brinckmann vs B Hoenlinger, 1929 1-0
A Brinckmann vs L Steiner, 1927 1-0
Prokes vs A Brinckmann, 1929 0-1
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GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
99_Bremen 1927 by whiteshark
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|Jan-03-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Alfred Brinckmann|
|Apr-26-09|| ||myschkin: . . .
|Jan-03-10|| ||talisman: happy birthday alfred, thank you for brinkmanship.|
|Jul-15-10|| ||GrahamClayton: Secretary of the Deutscher Schachbund from 1950 to 1967.|
|Nov-30-11|| ||Antiochus: Outside Germany he is best known for having played the Madrid tournamentin 1943 with the Werhmacht's uniform.
This tournament was also the better of his career, Brinckmann was second behind Paul Keres .|
|Nov-30-11|| ||whiteshark: It seems that the 1920ties/early 1930ties were his best times.|
|Nov-30-11|| ||Antiochus: Well, saying better_Brinckmann was third after Paul Keres and Juan Manuel Fuentes .Look at here http://www.thechesslibrary.com/file...
The tournament book was wrote by Alekhine and it is downloadable in google. Try ajedrez Madrid 1943 (only in spanish).|
|Jan-03-13|| ||ketchuplover: Eventually he got to close to the brink man :)|
|May-14-15|| ||MissScarlett: <Such was Capablanca's apparent form that the last words of <Die Weltmeisterschaftkandidaten> (Berlin 1927) by Alfred Brinckmann (p.34) read: "The name of the World Champion for the next decade is Capablanca."> Winter's book on Capablanca.|
|Jan-03-16|| ||TheFocus: Happy Birthday! Thanks for the tournament books.|
|Jan-03-18|| ||Nosnibor: Where are the tournament games from Berlin 1927 ? He finished first above Bogoljubow, Nimzovitch,Samisch, Ahues etc. but none appear in the database.|
|Jan-03-18|| ||whiteshark: <Berlin 1927> final standing:|
1st: Brinckmann 6.5 pts ;
2nd-4th Bogoljubow, Nimzowitsch Sämisch 6.0 pts ;
5th: Ahues 5.0 pts ;
6-7th: Enoch, List 4.5 pts ;
8-9th: Mieses, Schweinburg 2.5 pts ;
10th: Elstner 1.5 pts.
|Jan-03-18|| ||hemy: The article about the Berlin 1927 include tournament table in Neue Wiener Schachzeitung, June 1927, pages 169-173.
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