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Alois Perna
  
Number of games in database: 4
Years covered: 1907
Overall record: +0 -1 =3 (37.5%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.


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ALOIS PERNA
(born Jun-14-1861, died Feb-03-1939, 77 years old) Czech Republic

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 page 1 of 1; 4 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. F Treybal vs A Perna  1-0451907BrnoC49 Four Knights
2. A Perna vs K Treybal  ½-½451907BrnoC57 Two Knights
3. M Gargulak vs A Perna ½-½301907BrnoD60 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense
4. Prokes vs A Perna  ½-½411907BrnoD53 Queen's Gambit Declined
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Jan-18-12
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  GrahamClayton: Alois Perna (14 June 1861-3 February 1939), who was much better known as an endgame composer than as a player.
Aug-19-12  Karpova: The double-round robin Main tournament of the Christmas tournaments held by the Bohemian Chess Federation around 1905/1906 had the following result:

1. A. Perna 10.0
2. St. Trcala 9.5
3. J. Brach 9.0
4. A. W. Donegan 7.5
5. H. Prochazka 7.0
6. Dr. F. Nachtikal 6.0
7. Fr. Dedrle 5.0
8. Fl. Dvorak 2.0

Alois Perna scored +8 =4 -2. It is said that he participated in the Hauptturnier of the German Chess Federation in 1892 and that the endgame is his strong suite.

From page 159 of the 1906 'Wiener Schachzeitung'.

Aug-19-12  Karpova: Another strong showing with +8 =1 -0 at the winter tournament of the Spolek Ceskich sachistu in Brno probably around 1907:

1. A. Perna 8.5
2. A. W. Donegan 7.0
3. Fr. Dedrle 6.0
4-5. L. Klein 5.5
4-5. J. Brach 5.5
6. J. Novak 4.0
7-8. A. Arnost 3.0
7-8. A. Skopal 3.0
9. J. Vasica 2.0
10. V. Boubela 0.5

From page 285 of the 1907 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

Aug-19-12  Karpova: The double-round robin Main Tournament of the Spolek Cestych Sachistu in Brno 1908 saw Alois Perna again emerging as winner:

1. Perna 12.0
2. Brach 11.0
3. Prochazka 8.0
4. St. Trcala 7.0
5. F. Dvorak 5.5
6. F. Dedrle 5.0
7. L. Dvorak 4.5
8. J. Vasica 3.0

First it looked as if Julius Brach would win as Perna lost to him and Prochazka his first two games. But then Perna went on to win all of his remaining twelve games to clinch the title again.

From page 163 of the 1908 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

Aug-21-12  Karpova: In 1909, Perna's domination in the Spolek Cestych Sachistu Club Championship went on (this time obviously a double-round robin) - final standing after 16 games:

1. A. Perna 13.0
2. J. Brach 11.0
3. A. Pokorny 9.5
4. Meth. Gargulak 9.0
5. F. Dedrle 7.5
6. Dr. Nachtikal 7.0
7. St. Trcala 6.5
8. Hrncir 5.5
9. Havlicek 3.0

From page 242 of the 1909 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

Aug-23-12  Karpova: The 1910 Brno Winter Tournament was won by Perna with 6.5 points ahead of L. Burian and Dr. J. Schütz who had both scored 5.0 points.

Source: Page 147 of the 1910 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

Jan-19-14  Karpova: Brno Main Tournament of the German Chess Club which lasted six weeks:

1. Alois Perna 6.0-0.0
2-3. Friedl 4.0-2.0
2-3. Ludwig Burian 4.0-2.0
4. Haas 3.0-3.0
5-6. Schubert 1.5-4.5
5-6. Zemann 1.5-4.5
7. Vogl 1.0-5.0

Source: Page 81 of the February-March 1912 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

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