Menachem Oren (Chwojnik)
Number of games in database: 36
Years covered: 1926 to 1956
Overall record: +17 -11 =8 (58.3%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.
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|MENACHEM OREN (CHWOJNIK)
(born 1901, died Dec-??-62, 61 years old) Poland (federation/nationality Israel)
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|Mieczyslaw Chwojnik was born in Poland in 1901. During World War II, he moved to Palestine, where he changed his name to Menachem Oren.|
In 1926, he tied for 8-9th at the 1st Polish Championship in Warsaw. Chwojnik (Oren) played at four Chess Olympiads: for Poland in 1928, and for Israel in 1952, 1954, and 1956. He was Israeli Champion in 1951, and passed away in Tel Aviv in 1962.
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|Aug-23-06|| ||Mibelz: Menachem Oren was born (as Mieczyslaw Chwojnik) in Poland in 1901 (not in 1913).|
He played for Poland in the 2nd Chess Olympiad at The Hague 1928, and for Israel in the Olympiads at Helsinki 1952, Amsterdam 1954, and Moscow 1956.
|Apr-15-09|| ||Benzol: "Akiba Rubinstein: The Later Years" has Moishe Chwojnik being born in 1901.|
|Jul-26-12|| ||Karpova: He won the 1926 'Nowy Dziennik' tournament in Kraków:|
1. Chwojnik 7.0
2-3. Em. Rubinstein 5.5
2-3. B. Schenker 5.5
4. Blaszcsak 4.5
5. Perlberg 4.0
6. Landau 3.5
7-8. Fraenkel 2.5
7.8. Mannheimer 2.5
9. M. Schenker 1.0
Source: Page 168 of the '(Neue) Wiener Schachzeitung', 1926
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