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J Rosanes 
Jakob Rosanes
Number of games in database: 7
Years covered: 1862 to 1864
Overall record: +3 -3 =1 (50.0%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
      Based on games in the database; may be incomplete.

Most played openings
C67 Ruy Lopez (2 games)
C39 King's Gambit Accepted (2 games)
C51 Evans Gambit (2 games)

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(born Aug-16-1842, died Jan-06-1922, 79 years old) Germany

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Jakob Rosanes was born in Brody, Austria-Hungary (now Ukraine), in 1842. A mathematician involved with algebraic geometry and invariant theory, he studied at University of Berlin and the University of Breslau. He obtained his doctorate from Breslau in 1865 where he taught for the rest of his life.

He wrote the book "Theorie und Praxis des Schachspiels."

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Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. J Rosanes vs Anderssen 0-119 1862 Breslau -C31 King's Gambit Declined, Falkbeer Counter Gambit
2. J Rosanes vs Anderssen ½-½38 1862 BreslauC67 Ruy Lopez
3. J Rosanes vs Anderssen  1-029 1862 BreslauC67 Ruy Lopez
4. J Rosanes vs Anderssen 1-038 1862 BreslauC51 Evans Gambit
5. J Rosanes vs Anderssen  1-038 1862 BreslauC51 Evans Gambit
6. J Rosanes vs Anderssen 0-123 1863 Breslau -C39 King's Gambit Accepted
7. J Rosanes vs Anderssen 0-122 1864 BreslauC39 King's Gambit Accepted
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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-20-05  Eastfrisian: The name of this player I hadn't never heard. I found a small biography here:

There you can find a pic, too.

Premium Chessgames Member Thanks for the info. We added a biography and the nice photograph is public domain.
Aug-16-12  brankat: To tie a match vs A.Anderssen, Herr J.Rosanes must have been a very strong player.

R.I.P. J.Rosanes.

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