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Leonids Dreibergs
  
Number of games in database: 69
Years covered: 1930 to 1953
Overall record: +30 -25 =14 (53.6%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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LEONIDS DREIBERGS
(born Oct-27-1908, died Apr-06-1969, 60 years old) Latvia (federation/nationality United States of America)

[what is this?]

Aka Leonid Dreiberg.

Photos of Leonids Dreibergs:
https://i.imgur.com/ovrrSuA.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/JtWgAMA.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/2LapXDK.jpg

Latvian wikipedia: Wikipedia article: Leonīds Dreibergs

English wikipedia Wikipedia article: Leonids Dreibergs

Last updated: 2019-04-26 04:06:42

 page 1 of 3; games 1-25 of 69  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Vladimir Petrov vs L Dreibergs  1-03019303rd Latvian congressD85 Grunfeld
2. L Dreibergs vs T Bergs  1-0601937National Team TrainingB15 Caro-Kann
3. L Dreibergs vs L Endzelins  1-0281937National Team TrainingB17 Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation
4. L Dreibergs vs Ernests Gize  0-1261937Riga championshipC11 French
5. L Dreibergs vs T Bergs  1-0611938Riga championshipB17 Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation
6. Joffe vs L Dreibergs  0-1261938TournamentD20 Queen's Gambit Accepted
7. L Dreibergs vs Z Kunins  1-0311938Riga championshipC01 French, Exchange
8. M Zvirbulis vs L Dreibergs  0-1211938Riga championshipB45 Sicilian, Taimanov
9. L Dreibergs vs T Sappberg  1-0731938Match Latvia - Tallin Chess clubsB70 Sicilian, Dragon Variation
10. L Dreibergs vs I Zdanovs  1-0231938Latvian championshipC47 Four Knights
11. L Dreibergs vs L Endzelins  0-1381939Olympic SelectionB18 Caro-Kann, Classical
12. L Endzelins vs L Dreibergs  1-0421939Olympic SelectionD63 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense
13. L Dreibergs vs T Melngailis  1-0521939Olympic SelectionC12 French, McCutcheon
14. H Vard vs L Dreibergs  1-04119393rd SELL Baltic Student OlympiadD63 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense
15. Flohr vs L Dreibergs  1-0411939KemeriD62 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox, Rubinstein Attack
16. V Mikenas vs L Dreibergs 1-0311939KemeriB40 Sicilian
17. L Dreibergs vs K Ozols  1-0421939KemeriC15 French, Winawer
18. Vladimir Petrov vs L Dreibergs 0-1341939KemeriB32 Sicilian
19. L Dreibergs vs Z Solmanis  ½-½381939KemeriB73 Sicilian, Dragon, Classical
20. F Apsenieks vs L Dreibergs  ½-½401939KemeriB23 Sicilian, Closed
21. L Dreibergs vs M Feigin  ½-½281939KemeriC01 French, Exchange
22. W Hasenfuss vs L Dreibergs  ½-½601939KemeriB72 Sicilian, Dragon
23. L Dreibergs vs G Bezruchko  ½-½531939KemeriC49 Four Knights
24. Szabo vs L Dreibergs  0-1351939KemeriB80 Sicilian, Scheveningen
25. L Dreibergs vs Koblents  ½-½251939KemeriB15 Caro-Kann
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Apr-24-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: My 'old' ultracorr database has 53 games of <Leonids Dreibergs> played between 1951 and 1973. Among them are 34 Latvian Gambits (C40).
Apr-24-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: Here is a "Consensus" CC game involving two teams of five of the strongest players in the CCLA who voted for preferred moves...

[Event "CCLA \"consensus game\""]
[Site "corr USA"]
[Date "1955.??.??"]
[White "<Dreibergs_L>/Farber_I et al"]

[Black "Manney_O/Tears_C et al"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "E49"]
[EventType "corr"]

<1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. e3 d5 5. a3 Bxc3+ 6. bxc3 c5 7. cxd5 exd5 8. Bd3 O-O 9. Ne2 b6 10. O-O Ba6 11. Bxa6 Nxa6 12. Ng3 Qd7 13. f3 Rfe8 14. Qd3 Nc7 15. e4 dxe4 16. fxe4 cxd4 17. cxd4 Ne6 18. Nf5 Nf8 19. Nh6+ Kh8 20. e5 gxh6> (if 20... Rxe5 21. Nxf7+! Qxf7 22. dxe5) <21. Rxf6 Rxe5 22. Bxh6 Re7 23. d5 Ng6 24. Qd4 Ne5> (if 24... Kg8 25. Rd6) <25. Raf1 Qg4 26. Bf4 Rg8 27. g3 Rg5 28. d6> 1-0

A swingingly performed game in Saemisch line of the NID.

Apr-24-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: <hemy>, Arkadijs Strazdins dominated the New Britain, Conn chess club; believe he won their title over twenty times.

We met only once at the board, in the 1986 New England Open, by which time Strazdins was well past his peak, though still 2100. Believe I played 1.d4 f5 2.Bg5 as White and recall winning an ending.

Apr-24-19  hemy: <perfidious> Indeed Arkadijs Strazdins was a strong chess player. Thanks for sharing your memoirs.
Apr-25-19  hemy: An article, picture and 33 games of Leonids Dreibergs
http://www.serverchess.com/leonids....
Apr-25-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  offramp: <Hemy> many thanks for the work you put in. You give a new life to the old Latvian players.
Apr-25-19  hemy: Augsburg International chess tournament 1946 (September 25 - October 6) was was dedicated to 25th anniversary of Augsburg Chess Union that included six German societies plus Guest Associations - Latvian and Lithuanian Chess Clubs.

It was the 1st big international chess tournament in the American Military Occupation zone. During the tournament, the union released five numbers of the special "Augsburger Schachecho" newspaper.

" ... Among Latvian players participated in the tournament was a 'man without nerves' - Dreibergs ... For Dreiberg's strengths - the Gentlemen considered having strong defense and the shining end game ..."

The winner of the tournament Wolfgang Unzicker finished with 14/16, 2nd was Elmars Zemgalis 13/16, 3-4 place shared Povilas Tautvaisas (Lithuania) and Friedrich Sämisch 10.5/16.
Leonids Dreibergs with 7.5/16 shared 10-12 place with August Rankis and Max Riedmiller.

Source: "Latvju Domas", October 12, 1946, p.3
http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

An article about the Ausburg 1946 on the webpage of "Deutscher Schachbund": https://www.schachbund.de/augsburg-...

Apr-25-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: <hemy>, it is we who offer thanks for your posts, which are informative without fail and give all of us a look into a corner of the chess world which might otherwise not be visible to most of us.
Apr-25-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  mckmac: <Hemy> I would like to second what <Offramp> and <Perfidious> have just said. To my mind, the work that you and <Jess> and <Chesshistoryinterest> are doing here is a service to the game of chess and a credit to this website.
Apr-25-19  hemy: <Offramp>, <Perfidious>, <mckmac>. I'm motivated to make my research by interest that you and some others taking in the subject of my work.
Apr-25-19  hemy: American Zone Displaced persons camps championship was held in Schleissheim, Germany, March 18-31, 1947.

Bohatirchuk, Endzelins, Zemgailis and some other strong players didn't took part in this tournament that was held in Russian and Ukraine prisoners camp Schleissheim (near Munich), because the invitations were sent too late. Most of the chess players received the invitation few days before beginning of the tournament and some of the players didn't received them at all. Poor living conditions impacted the quality of games, but DP chess players impressed with fierce battles.

Dreibergs shared 5-6 place with Kozma (7.5/12).

Results:
1-3. Tautvaišas, Selezniov, Shindler 8.5/12
4. Ozols 8/12
5-6. Dreibergs, Kozma 7.5/12
7. Arlauskas 7/12
8. Jasinski 6/12
9-11. Stabinš, Sabronov, Stojanovski 4.5/12
12-13. Sprengler, Pamiljens 1.5/12

The tournament winners were Povilas Tautvaišas (Dilingen), Russian master from Moscow A. S. Seleznev (Arschafenburg) and participated out of competition German master Schindler, many times Munich champion.

("Mūsu šachmatai", 1947, Nr. 4, pp. 2-5)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/eqydf4kmz...

On the pages 3-4 published the game Dreibergs - Tautvaišas and on the page 5 fragments of the games Ozols - Tautvaišas and Stabinš - Tautvaišas.

Apr-26-19  hemy: I created pgn of Dreibergs - Tautvaišas game from American Zone DP championship, Schleissheim, 1947. It will be submitted to CG.

[Event "American Zone DP championship"]
[Site "Schleissheim"]
[Date "1947.03.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Dreibergs, Leonids"]
[Black "Tautvaisas, Paul"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "C47"]
[PlyCount "82"]
[Source "'Mūsu šachmatai', 1947, Nr. 4, pp. 3-4"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nc3 Nf6 3. Nf3 Nc6 4. d4 exd4 5. Nxd4 Bb4 6. Nxc6 bxc6 7. Bd3 d5 8. e5 Ng4 9. O-O O-O 10. h3 Nxe5 11. Bxh7+ Kxh7 12. Qh5+ Kg8 13. Qxe5 Re8 14. Qg3 Bf5 15. Qf4 Bxc3 16. Qxf5 Qf6 17. Qd7 Bd4 18. Be3 Bxb2 19. Rab1 Be5 20. Qg4 d4 21. Bg5 Qd6 22. Rbe1 Bf6 23. Bxf6 Qxf6 24. Qd7 Reb8 25. a4 Rb2 26. Re8+ Rxe8 27. Qxe8+ Kh7 28. Qe4+ g6 29. h4 Kg7 30. g3 c5 31. Rc1 c4 32. Rf1 c5 33. a5 Qf5 34. Qe7 Rxc2 35. Qxa7 d3 36. Qc7 Ra2 37. Qd8 c3 38. Qd6 c2 39. f3 Qf6 40. Qxc5 d2 41. Qd5 c1=Q 0-1

Apr-26-19  hemy: An article of Artemijs Stabins "3 winners of DP tournament in Schleissheim","Latvija", April 22, 1947, p. 6:

"American military zone DP championship took place in Schleissheim camp. Our chess players Endzelins and Zemgailis did not arrive, nor did the Ukrainian grand master Fedor Parfenovich Bohatirchuk.

The first place was shared by the Lithuanian Tautvaišis, the Russian Selezniov and Shindler, out of competition participant, with 8.5/12 everyone. Latvian Ozols, Chech Kozma and Latvian
Dreibergs with 7.5 points shared 5-6 place. 7th - Lithuanian Arlauskas with 7 points. 8th - Russian Jasinski 6 points. 9-11 place shared Russians Stojanovski and Sapronov with Latvian Stabiņš - 4.5 points. 12 place took Latvian Pamiliens and Russian Spengler - 1.5 points.

The championship will be decide by Tautvaišas - Selezniov match.

Tautvaišas was on the 2nd place during most of the tournament, but in the last round he beat the Stabiņš and won the tournament. After the well-played opening, Stabiņš did not find the right continuation, nor did it get the "remis" expected.

80 years old world renowned top composer Seleznev demonstrated his outstanding top-of-the-line endgame technique.

Shindler was much helped by luck, although he can be proud of his achievements in past, sharing 1-2 place in Germany championship 1927.

Ozols, like in grand tournament of Hanau, missed the fateful 1/2 point also this time.

The most dramatic game was Kozma - Dreibergs. Dreibergs needed to win this game to share 1st place. Kozma, however, defeated his opponent with an effective queen sacrifice.

The lower than expected place was taken by Arlauskas.

New talent among Russian emigrants is 21 years old Jasinski, who surprised his opponents with excellent knowledge of opening theory.

A rapid game tournament was held as well. The winner was Tautvaišas.

The American military zone DP chess union was established to promote future cooperation. Melņikov (Munich) was elected as a chairman of the board. Tautvaišas (Dilingen), Bolshakov (Munich), Dreibergs (Munich), Stabiņs (Augsburg), Lankav (Munich) and Selezņev (Aschaffenburg) were elected as a board members."

http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

Apr-26-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: <hemy>, never met Tautvaisas or Pamiljens, but remember their names as masters here in the USA from my early playing days in the 1970s and 1980s.
Apr-27-19  hemy: <perfidious> In 1944 wife and 2 children of Lithuania team chess and football player Danielius Žilevičius escaped from Lithuania to Germany and were in Hanau DP camp. I met Danielius son Tadas Žilevičius and his daughter Judita Clow in Vermont in 2014.

My post about Žilevičius family:
Vladas Mikenas (kibitz #62)

Apr-27-19  hemy: In the H. Mattison memorial tournament Hanau 1947 (November 27 - December 8) Dreibergs finished on the 10th place (7/15). 1st was Endzelins 11/15.

The details about this tournament were submitted by me on the page of Povilas Tautvaišas:
Paul Tautvaisas (kibitz #22)

Apr-28-19  hemy: American zone DP Latvian championship 1948 was held from March 14 to March 23 in camp Fischbach. 14 players participated in this tournament.
Leonids Dreibergs Shared 4-5 place with Arvids Zirnis with 8.5/13.
Lūcijs Endzelīns and Kārlis Ozols scored 11.5 points and the champion title will be decided in additional competition.

Results:
1-2. Lūcijs Endzelīns and Kārlis Ozols 11.5/13
3. Elmārs Zemgalis 10.5/13
4-5. Arvīds Zirnis and Leonids Dreibergs 8.5/13
6. Jānis Pamüjrns 6.5/13
7-8. I. Garais and I. Kalniņš 6/13
9. A. Krūmiņš 5.5/13
10. G. Rūdelis 5/13
11. E. Nagels 4.5/13
12-13. K. Līdums and L. Gaigals 2,5/13
14. I. Strāls 2/13

The first three winners did not lose any game, but Zemgali's third place was result of bigger number of games ended with a draw.

Source: "Latvija", May 29, 1948, p. 6.
http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

Apr-28-19  hemy: L. Endzelin is again an American military zone DP Latvian chess champion. L. Endzelin and K. Ozols have achieved the same result in Fischbach tournament.
On June 12 they ended an additional 6-game match in Hanau. The winner was Lūcijs Endzelīns, who became American zone 1948 Latvian champion. Endzelīns was also champion in 1946, but last year he lost this title to Elmārs Zemgalis, who was ranked third this year.

Source: "Latvija", June 22, 1948, p. 4.
http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

Hanau Endzelīns - Ozols match for American zone Latvian championship 1948 ended on June 12 with overwhelming victory of Endzelīns with result 4.5:1.5.

Source: "Tēvzeme", June 24, 1948.
Text retrieved by me using snippets. (Based on copyright law, the material is only available in the library)

Apr-29-19  hemy: E. Zemgalis and L. Dreibergs
will play extra match for American zone Latvian championship title.chess master. The American zone Latvian Chess championship 1949, which took place in Eslingen from November 5 to November 12, seems to have been the last tournament of the Latvian Chess Union in Germany.

The 1st and 2nd places with 6 points in the nine-player contest were shared by Elmar Zemgalis and Leonids Dreibergs; they both got 4 wins and 4 games ended with a draw. It is expected that Zemgalis with Dreibergs will play additional match in the next few weeks. Similarly, last year's champion was clarified by L. Endzelins match with Ozols.

Results:
1-2. E. Zemgalis and L. Dreibergs 6/8
3. J. Garais 5.5/8
4. A. Zirnis 5/8
5. I. Zibins 4.5/8
6. A. Melnbardis 3/8
7. L Kalnins 2.5/8.
8. J. Pamiljens 2/8
9. H. Stirna 1.5/8

Following the Championship Tournament was held "blitz" tournament. Beside Latvians players participated two German guests.

Zemgalis and Dreibergs won again with the same number of points (7); Dreibergs lost to Zemgalis, so Zemgalis was considered a winner by the rules.
Pamilens, with 5 p. took 3rd place. 4th was Long 4.5 p., 5th and 6th shared by Kalniņš with Zirni 4 p., 7th Zibins 2.5 p.

Source:
"Latvija", November 19, 1949, p. 7
http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

Apr-29-19  hemy: "Dreibergs and Pamiljens won the DP Quick Chess (Blitz) Tournament in Munich.

Munich and the surrounding DP camps championship 1950, featuring 28 chess players of five nationalities won Leonids Dreibergs. The championship started with 2 groups of 14 players tournaments. The 1st group winner was Leonids Dreibergs, the 2nd group winner was Janis Pamiljens. The seven best of each group played the final. All seven Latvians were among players completed the strong final competition. In the finals, the 1st place with 11 points out of 13 took Leonids Dreibergs. 2nd was Pamiljens 9.5/13, 3rd was Russian Sapronov 9/13, 4th Ukrainian Priphans 9/13, 5th Kukovlšņiks and 6th Egle.

11 players participated in Latvians blitz championship. J. Pamiljens won with 7.5/10, leaving 2nd and 3rd L. Dreibeigs and M. Swanfeld with 7/10.

In the autumn regular game chess tournament competed best 6 Latvian players in two games each with each. 1st and 2nd places with 8/10 shared Dreibergs and Pamiljens.

The majority of the Munich Latvian chess players are leaving (Dreibergs thinks of Canada, Pamiljens and Znotin of USA, Swanfeld of New Zealand) and big events are no longer predictable.

Royal game fighters - Latvians and another nations chess players will be remembered with respect. In the early years of the camps and also recently they achieved many victories, both individually (Dreibergs, Pamiljens) and in team competitions."

Source:
"Latvija", March 18, 1950, p. 7.
http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

Jun-15-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  chesshistoryinterest: Here is another event Dreibergs played in:

Latvia vs Lithuania vs Estonia Displaced Persons team match, Augsburg, 20-22 September 1946. Latvia won with 9.0/12; while Lithuania and Estonia both got 4.5/12.

Match details (In Board order; the country given first has White on odd-numbered boards):

ROUND 1, 20 September 1946
LATVIA 3.5 - LITHUANIA 2.5
1. Endzelins 0.5 - Skema 0.5
2. Rankis 0 - Arlauskas 1
3. Dreibergs 0.5 - Tautvaisas 0.5
4. Ozols 1 - Repecka 0
5. Zirnis 0.5 - Zalys 0.5
6. Zemgalis 1 - Skibniauskas 0

ROUND 2, 21 September 1946
ESTONIA 0.5 - LATVIA 5.5
1. Sepp 0 - Endzelins 1
2. Poolake 0 - Rankis 1
3. Nedzvetsky 0 - Dreibergs 1
4. Tullus 0 - Ozols 1
5. Nurme 0.5 - Zirnis 0.5
6. Blaubriku 0 - Zemgalis 1

ROUND 3, 22 September 1946
LITHUANIA 2 - ESTONIA 4
1. Skema 1 - Sepp 0
2. Arlauskas 0.5 - Poolake 0.5
3. Tautvaisas 0.5 - Nedzvetsky 0.5
4. Repecka 0 - Tullus 1
5. Zalys 0 - Nurme 1
6. Skibniauskas 0 - Mikk 1

Source:
"Tevzeme", 27 September 1946, page 5.
http://www.periodika.lv/periodika2-...

(Possibly someone like <hemy> should check I've interpreted all this correctly.)

I think with a name like that, the "A. ♘edzvetsky" here is probably the same player as the "G. ♘edsvedsky" who beat ♗oboljubov at Tallinn 1930 - see my post here: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/kibi... Some of the initials of the players are internally inconsistent in the source above, so it is possible that they have the initial "A" wrong as well.

This event is not mentioned in Di Felice or in "Elmars Zemgalis - Grandmaster without the Title" by John Donaldson (2001). [<JFQ>, if you're into Latvian players, this latter is a great little book to get if you don't already have it. Many of the games in it are not on Chessgames; nor on www365chess.com or Megabase 2017. Included are 5 games of Dreibergs, plus a photo of him.]

Jun-15-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  chesshistoryinterest: (Not sure why my link to my post of 16 November 2018 on Mikenas page didn't work - try again:)

Vladas Mikenas (kibitz #158)

Aug-23-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  jessicafischerqueen:

<hemy>

Thanks so much for posting all this invaluable primary source information about the DP events.

I used some of your research along with material from rusbase and John Donaldson's biography of Elmars Zemgalis to write this biography of Arvids Zirnis- if you see anything to change or add, please let me know:

A Zirnis

Aug-23-19  hemy: <JFQ>
I will check about Zirnis and post it on
A Zirnis
Aug-23-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  jessicafischerqueen:

Thanks <hemy>!

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