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Carl Wemmers
Number of games in database: 51
Years covered: 1876 to 1881

Overall record: +16 -26 =9 (40.2%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.

With the White pieces:
 Ruy Lopez (9) 
    C67 C80 C65 C83 C78
 Sicilian (6) 
    B30 B45 B46 B43
 French Defense (5) 
    C00 C02
 French (4) 
With the Black pieces:
 Ruy Lopez (11) 
    C77 C80 C65
 Four Knights (5) 
    C48 C49
 Ruy Lopez, Open (4) 
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   E Hammacher vs Wemmers, 1878 0-1
   J Noa vs Wemmers, 1881 0-1

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   Leipzig (1879)
   Berlin (1881)

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(born 1845, died Sep-18-1882, 37 years old) Germany

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 page 1 of 3; games 1-25 of 51  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Wemmers vs C Schwede  1-0411876CologneC80 Ruy Lopez, Open
2. C T Goering vs Wemmers  0-1441877WSB-11.KongressC77 Ruy Lopez
3. Wemmers vs Zukertort  0-1581877WSB-11.KongressC65 Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense
4. Wemmers vs Metger 0-1231877WSB-11.KongressC02 French, Advance
5. Wemmers vs E Schallopp  1-0401877WSB-11.KongressB46 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation
6. Wemmers vs Adolf Stern  1-0481878WSB-12.KongressB00 Uncommon King's Pawn Opening
7. Wemmers vs Paulsen 0-1231878WSB-12.KongressB45 Sicilian, Taimanov
8. Anderssen vs Wemmers 1-0511878WSB-12.KongressC51 Evans Gambit
9. E Hammacher vs Wemmers  0-1241878WSB-12.KongressC48 Four Knights
10. Wemmers vs W Paulsen  1-0511878WSB-12.KongressC78 Ruy Lopez
11. A Schwarz vs Wemmers  1-0561878WSB-12.KongressC50 Giuoco Piano
12. A Fritz vs Wemmers 1-0621878WSB-12.KongressC80 Ruy Lopez, Open
13. Metger vs Wemmers 1-0191878WSB-12.KongressC48 Four Knights
14. Wemmers vs J Minckwitz  0-1651878WSB-12.KongressC51 Evans Gambit
15. Wemmers vs M Bier  1-0401879LeipzigC55 Two Knights Defense
16. E Flechsig vs Wemmers  1-0321879LeipzigC77 Ruy Lopez
17. J Minckwitz vs Wemmers  1-0351879LeipzigC51 Evans Gambit
18. Wemmers vs Englisch 0-1231879LeipzigC50 Giuoco Piano
19. A Schwarz vs Wemmers 1-0311879LeipzigC48 Four Knights
20. Wemmers vs A Schottlaender  0-1301879LeipzigC83 Ruy Lopez, Open
21. K Pitschel vs Wemmers  0-1451879LeipzigA07 King's Indian Attack
22. W Paulsen vs Wemmers 0-1271880WSB-13.KongressC20 King's Pawn Game
23. Wemmers vs Bird 0-1401880WiesbadenC45 Scotch Game
24. Winawer vs Wemmers 0-1201880WiesbadenC49 Four Knights
25. Paulsen vs Wemmers  ½-½391880WiesbadenD32 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch
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  Tabanus: Carl Wemmers (1845 – 18 September 1882) was a German chess master.

He shared 2nd at Cologne 1877 (Johannes Zukertort won), took 8th at Frankfurt 1878 (Louis Paulsen won), took 12th at Leipzig 1879 (the 1st DSB Congress, Berthold Englisch won), tied for 3rd-5th at Braunschweig 1880 (L. Paulsen won), took 12th at Wiesbaden 1880, and tied for 13-14th in the Berlin 1881 chess tournament (the 2nd DSB Congress, Joseph Henry Blackburne won).

Apr-07-16  zanzibar: <On the 18th ult. died at Cologne, Herr Carl Wemmers, at the age of thirty-seven years after a long and severe illness. We are wont to connect Chess with longevity, and the deceased would, to all appearances, not have made a lamentable exception to that rule but for a trifling accident which led through neglect to pyaemia. Herr Wemmers' name became first known in the annals of Chess in connection with the meetings of the West German Association about eighteen years ago. During his stay at Paris he frequented the Cafe de la Regence, where he contested in consultation with Mr. Hoffer a match against the late Herr Neumann, the allies losing only by the odd game. On his return to Cologne, his native city, he became one of the Chess leaders of West Germany, although the time he was able to devote to the game was very limited, on account of his extensive mercantile occupation as partner of the parental house. After taking prizes at different Chess meetings of the West German Association, he entered the first class by winning the chief Tournament held at Leipsic in 1877, in connection with the Anderssen Jubilee Festival. From that moment he was debarred, according to the regulations, from all but Master Tournaments, which he entered without exception, viz.:—Cologne, 1877; Frankfort, 1878; Leipsic, 1879; Wiesbaden, 1880; Brunswick, 1880; and Berlin, 1881. The beginning of his fatal illness precluded the zealous master from entering the lists at Vienna. The Chess world has lost a valiant knight, and we deplore the loss of a dear and intimate friend.>

C-M v4 (1882) p41 ult=last month, presumably Oct issue.

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