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Herbert Heinicke
  
Number of games in database: 177
Years covered: 1925 to 1982

Overall record: +72 -56 =48 (54.5%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 1 exhibition game, blitz/rapid, odds game, etc. is excluded from this statistic.

MOST PLAYED OPENINGS
With the White pieces:
 English (21) 
    A13 A15 A14 A10 A12
 Orthodox Defense (9) 
    D61 D56 D67 D65 D63
 English, 1 c4 e5 (9) 
    A22 A25 A21 A28
 King's Indian (7) 
    E62 E94 E80 E90 E67
 Queen's Indian (6) 
    E14 E16 E18
 Old Indian (5) 
    A53 A54
With the Black pieces:
 Grunfeld (22) 
    D74 D97 D80 D78 D95
 French Defense (18) 
    C01 C11 C10 C05 C00
 Sicilian (13) 
    B63 B32 B58 B24 B45
 French (8) 
    C11 C10 C00
 Caro-Kann (6) 
    B13 B15 B17 B12
 Orthodox Defense (6) 
    D63 D58 D51 D67 D52
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   H Heinicke vs P Tautvaisas, 1949 1-0
   H Heinicke vs P Harms, 1947 1-0
   W Kuppe vs H Heinicke, 1949 0-1
   A Brinckmann vs H Heinicke, 1942 0-1
   W Kuppe vs H Heinicke, 1947 0-1
   Saemisch vs H Heinicke, 1949 0-1
   H Heinicke vs A Rankis, 1947 1/2-1/2
   Keres vs H Heinicke, 1936 1/2-1/2
   J Enevoldsen vs H Heinicke, 1949 0-1
   N Chernov vs H Heinicke, 1936 0-1

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   Oldenburg (1949)

GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
   Bad Nauheim 1936 by suenteus po 147
   Bad Harzburg 1938 by jessicafischerqueen


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HERBERT HEINICKE
(born Mar-14-1905, died Apr-04-1988, 83 years old) Germany

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Herbert Heinicke was a German IM who was active mainly in the 1930's and post WW2 era. He tied for 2nd in the German Championship of 1953 and also played for Germany at the Munich 1936 Team tournament and at the Helsinki Olympiad in 1952.

Wikipedia article: Herbert Heinicke


 page 1 of 8; games 1-25 of 177  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. H Heinicke vs Rubinstein  1-0431925SimulC23 Bishop's Opening
2. Kurt Vordank vs H Heinicke  1-0271929Duisburg-BC11 French
3. H Heinicke vs H Wagner  1-0571930MatchA53 Old Indian
4. H Wagner vs H Heinicke  1-0271930MatchC01 French, Exchange
5. H Heinicke vs H Wagner  0-1481930MatchA53 Old Indian
6. H Wagner vs H Heinicke 1-0451930MatchC01 French, Exchange
7. H Wagner vs H Heinicke  1-0301930MatchC01 French, Exchange
8. H Heinicke vs H Wagner  ½-½731930MatchA53 Old Indian
9. H Heinicke vs H Wagner  ½-½231930MatchD67 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense, Bd3 line
10. H Wagner vs H Heinicke  1-0211930MatchC01 French, Exchange
11. H Wagner vs H Heinicke  ½-½171930MatchC01 French, Exchange
12. H Heinicke vs H Wagner  1-0321930MatchA54 Old Indian, Ukrainian Variation, 4.Nf3
13. H Heinicke vs H Wagner  0-1461930MatchA54 Old Indian, Ukrainian Variation, 4.Nf3
14. H Wagner vs H Heinicke  1-0291930MatchC01 French, Exchange
15. H Heinicke vs H Von Hennig  1-0551932Hamburg-AltonaA06 Reti Opening
16. E Reinhardt vs H Heinicke  0-1351932Hamburg-AltonaE85 King's Indian, Samisch, Orthodox Variation
17. H Heinicke vs I Engert 0-1571932Hamburg-AltonaA34 English, Symmetrical
18. H Heinicke vs H Taube ½-½231932Hamburg-AltonaA09 Reti Opening
19. W Schoenmann vs H Heinicke  ½-½381932Hamburg-AltonaB13 Caro-Kann, Exchange
20. H Rodatz vs H Heinicke  0-1591932Hamburg-AltonaD94 Grunfeld
21. H Heinicke vs E Kapfer  ½-½371932Hamburg-AltonaD02 Queen's Pawn Game
22. H Heinicke vs A Brinckmann  1-0421932Hamburg-AltonaD55 Queen's Gambit Declined
23. H Wagner vs H Heinicke  ½-½691932Hamburg-AltonaD63 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense
24. H Heinicke vs Saemisch  1-0601935Bad SaarowC01 French, Exchange
25. H Heinicke vs Rellstab  1-0381935Bad SaarowD30 Queen's Gambit Declined
 page 1 of 8; games 1-25 of 177  PGN Download
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Kibitzer's Corner
Mar-29-06  Whitehat1963: Let's bring this guy over to the Roman Bar for some Beer or Ale.

Myself, I prefer hot Tea Bosboom-Lanchava

Mar-29-06  dakgootje: Strange almost none has kibitzed here yet =)
Mar-29-06  Jim Bartle: Comments are over at his game vs. Kuppe.
Mar-14-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: Herbert Heinicke (* 14. March 1905 in Porto Alegre (Brazil); † 4. April 1988 in Hamburg) Citizen of Germany

Bio
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herber... (more detailed) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herber...

Mar-14-11
Premium Chessgames Member
  Penguincw: Player of the Day! Happy 106th birthday.
Oct-17-13  Karpova: Hamburg Championship 1925:

1. Heinicke 7.0
2. Rotatz 6.5
3. Kluken 6.0
4-5. Schönmann 5.5
4-5. Wüstenhöfer 5.5
6. Kapfer 5.0
7-8. Gräßler 3.0
7-8. Taube 3.0
9. Woehl 2.5
10. Günther 1.0

Source: Page 362 of the December 1925 'Neue Wiener Schachzeitung'

Mar-14-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Penguincw: R.I.P. IM Herbert Heinicke.
Mar-30-18  Nosnibor: Heinicke`s bio makes no reference to his extremely good tournament record in Germany between 1936 and 1949. At Bad Nauheim he tied 4th in a field that included Alekhine, Keres, Bogoljubow, Vidmar,Stahlberg,etc., second at Bad Harzburg,1942 to Pirc but ahead of Bogoljubow and Eliskases,1st at Bad Elster1940, 1st at Graz 1941, 3rd at Hamburg 1946 behind Lange and Schmidt, 3rd at Luneburg after Bogoljubow And Rodl,3rd equal with Rossolimo at Oldenburg 1949 ahead of Unzicker, O`Kelly,Samisch etc. In this last tournament scoring 3.5/4 against the prize winners.
May-12-18  Telemus: A trap?


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Here Heinicke played 24.♕h5. Martin Beheim-Schwarzbach assumed that this was a trap. Black played indeed 24.. ♘xe5? and after 25.dxe5 ♕xe3+ 26.♔h2 ♖d2 enjoyed his position.


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27.♖c2! The point is 27.. ♗xg2 28.♖xd2 ♕xd2 29.♖d1!


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Here 29.. ♗f3+ is best, but White is clearly better, possibly winning.

Therefore, Black played 27.. f5 and accepted the worse position in this way.

From a game Heinicke - Hirsch, Hamburg 1934, taken from "Knaurs Schachbuch" by Beheim-Schwarzbach.

Dec-22-18
Premium Chessgames Member
  Jean Defuse: ...

... Herbert Heinicke wurde in Südamerika geboren (1905 in Brasilien) ... 1914 kehrte auch die Familie Heinicke nach Deutschland zurück. Heinicke war ein sehr starker Schachspieler und er war als Unternehmer sehr erfolgreich. Seine Firma produzierte nichtrostenden Stähle, die vor und während des Zweiten Weltkrieges besonders im deutschen U-Boot Verwendung fanden.

<Herbert Heinicke wird von seinen Zeitgenossen als strammer Nazi beschrieben.>

Auch nach dem Krieg, in dem der Hamburger SK 1943 sein Heim und seine riesige Schachbibliothek im Feuer verlor, war Heinicke noch lange und erfolgreich mit seiner Firma und im Schach aktiv. Er spielte gelegentlich in der Nationalmannschaft und war 1972 Mitbegründer der Schachabteilung von Favorite Hammonia. Heinicke starb 1988.

Während Leute wie Junge und Heinicke die Geschicke des Hamburger SK in die Hand genommen hatten, wurden die jüdischen Schachfreunde nicht nur aus den Vereinen, sondern auch aus Deutschland vertrieben oder umgebracht. Auch vor großen Namen machte man nicht halt. Der einzige deutsche Schachweltmeister Emanuel Lasker hatte Deutschland schon 1933 verlassen. Fast alle seiner Familienmitglieder starben in Konzentrationslagern. Zu den Verwandten von Emanuel Lasker gehörte auch Anita Lasker-Wallfisch...

Source: https://de.chessbase.com/post/hsk-g... (HSK: Gedenken an jüdische Mitglieder)

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