Adolf Herrmann Rudolf Ferdinand Kraemer
Number of games in database: 15
Years covered: 1928 to 1929
Overall record: +2 -9 =4 (26.7%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.
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|ADOLF HERRMANN RUDOLF FERDINAND KRAEMER
(born Mar-23-1898, died Jun-25-1972, 74 years old) Germany
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Adolf Herrmann Rudolf Ferdinand ("Ado") Kraemer was a chess master from Büdingen, Hessen.
Wikipedia article: Ado Kraemer
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|Aug-04-04|| ||ArturoRivera: Dont surpirse me no one has kitbitzed here, the guy resigned againstt Tartakower in one move!
May be a puzzle from the week, white to play and wins!, answer? i.-d4!! and black resigned |
|Aug-04-04|| ||cu8sfan: This guy loses to some Orbach but wins against Bogoljubov? Also he must have been very old in his game against Zaltsman. Does anyone know if this is still the same Kramer? |
|Nov-13-13|| ||Karpova: A. Kramer won the Breslau Championship in 1922 and 1923.|
From pages 348-349 of the December 1924 'Neue Wiener Schachzeitung'
|Apr-01-18|| ||whiteshark: <Adolf Herrmann Rudolf Ferdinand Kraemer>, known as <Ado Kraemer>...
|Apr-01-18|| ||whiteshark: Extended chess bio, and more : http://www.binnewirtz.com/Ado_Kraem...|
|Apr-01-18|| ||Retireborn: So Kraemer is the more correct spelling?|
|Apr-01-18|| ||whiteshark: <Retireborn: So Kraemer is the more correct spelling?> Yes! Some admin or biographer should take care of that issue/problem directly. ;)|
|Apr-02-18|| ||Tabanus: https://www.schachbund.de/kongresse... has two poor pictures of him, and name "Adolf Kramer" in text. |
Not the one in 1912? He would be 14 then.
|Apr-02-18|| ||Tabanus: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipe..., no 14-year-olds there ;)|
.. or is it? See the one at the back row. But how could a boy from Hessen play in Breslau (in 1912), I doubt it.
|Apr-02-18|| ||Tabanus: http://www.edochess.ca/players/p145... has an Adolf Kramer b. 1871 d. 1934.|
|Apr-02-18|| ||Telemus: A. Kramer from Breslau is indeed another person. He edited a book called "Schlesisches Schach-Jahrbuch 1925" (Silesian Chess Yearbook 1925), where one can find many details and games. Kramer participated at all chess congresses of the local organisation held up to 1924 and won several times. Other winners are probably better known, e.g. Ed. Lasker or Paul Krüger.|
|Apr-02-18|| ||Tabanus: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf... has him also at Altheide 1926.|
I asked CG to transfer 1912, 1914 and 1926 games back to Adolf Kramer.
|Apr-02-18|| ||Tabanus: Which they did: Adolf Kramer|
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