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Number of games in database: 6
Years covered: 1892 to 1925
Overall record: +2 -4 =0 (33.3%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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Last updated: 2016-08-01 10:40:52

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Tarrasch vs Schroeder 0-1271892Nurnberg000 Chess variants
2. Tarrasch vs Schroeder 1-0171893Nuremberg000 Chess variants
3. Tarrasch vs Schroeder 1-0271893Nuremberg000 Chess variants
4. Tarrasch vs Schroeder 1-0281893Nuremberg000 Chess variants
5. Tarrasch vs Schroeder 1-0251894Nurnberg000 Chess variants
6. Rubinstein vs Schroeder 0-1321925SimulC24 Bishop's Opening
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  Honza Cervenka: <> Mr. Schroeder, who played in Nuremberg chess club was not probably the same player who played in 1916 against Capablanca at New York Rice Memorial tournament. On the other hand, he almost certainly played the game Tarrasch vs C Schroeder, 1890 which is in the file of Christoph Schroeder (a German player born in 1959 according to
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  Calli: I have Alfred Schroeder as Capablanca's opponent.
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  ckr: The Games of J.R. Capablanca, Caporros - Gives A. Shroeder for the Rice Gambit Game which won the 2nd Brilliancy Prize(Official Games Section, the game is also in in 'The Imortal Games of Cappablanka' as A. Shroeder) Also listed is an M. Shroeder for a New York 1916 game (Unofficial Games Section) It indeed appears the Capa game is being attributed to the wrong Shroeder. Also that the rest of the games most likely belong to C. Schroeder
Jul-31-05  sneaky pete: Alfred Schroeder, of the Brooklyn Chess Club, played against Capablanca in the Rice Memorial, New York 1916. Another of his games from this event is filed here as Jacob Carl Rosenthal vs A Schroeder, 1916.
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  Calli: M. Schroeder --> Manfred Schroeder although I confess to have no source, its just in my DB as a simul game.
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  whiteshark: Deep Schroeder - the engine?
Dec-08-09  jerseybob: Alfred Schroeder it is. Back in the 1980's, while brushing up on my German in adult school, my teacher was Schroeder's daughter, Ottilie Disbrow. The subject of chess came up and out came the story of her father and Capa. Her brother, also named Alfred Schroeder, was an engineer for RCA and did pioneering work in color TV in the 1940s and 50s.
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  HeMateMe: How did it come out, in a classroom setting, that a woman's father was an obscure chessmaster?
Dec-09-09  jerseybob: Well, I think I used the word "schach" in a sentence, mentioning that I liked chess, and that touched it off. Language classes can be a little informal.
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