Enrique (Heinrich) Reinhardt
Number of games in database: 114
Years covered: 1932 to 1990
Overall record: +35 -59 =20 (39.5%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
E Reinhardt vs Reiss, 1934 1-0
L Mues vs E Reinhardt, 1935 0-1
Najdorf vs E Reinhardt, 1961 0-1
E Reinhardt vs L Schmitt, 1938 1-0
E Reinhardt vs H Nowarra, 1938 1-0
A Kohler vs E Reinhardt, 1938 0-1
M Eisinger vs E Reinhardt, 1938 0-1
K Richter vs E Reinhardt, 1938 1/2-1/2
E Reinhardt vs W Weil, 1938 1-0
NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
German Championship (1938)
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Last updated: 2020-09-27 10:49:28
|ENRIQUE (HEINRICH) REINHARDT
(born Mar-29-1903, died Jun-14-1990, 87 years old) Germany (federation/nationality Argentina)
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Heinrich Reinhardt was a German-Argentine International Master. Reinhard played the reserve board for the victorious German team at the Olympiad in Buenos Aires in 1939. Upon the outbreak of WWII, which occurred during the Olympiad, Reinhardt and the rest of the German team remained in Argentina. Reinhardt eventually became an Argentine citizen, changing his name from Heinrich to Enrique, and continued playing in tournaments until his death in 1990.
Wikipedia article: Heinrich Reinhardt
| page 1 of 5; games 1-25 of 114
|1. A Brinckmann vs E Reinhardt
|| ||0-1||41||1932||Hamburg-Altona||A07 King's Indian Attack|
|2. E Reinhardt vs H Heinicke
|| ||0-1||35||1932||Hamburg-Altona||E85 King's Indian, Samisch, Orthodox Variation|
|3. E Reinhardt vs H Von Hennig
|4. W Schoenmann vs E Reinhardt
|| ||0-1||31||1932||Hamburg-Altona||B84 Sicilian, Scheveningen|
|5. I Engert vs E Reinhardt
|| ||0-1||76||1932||Hamburg-Altona||B83 Sicilian|
|6. E Reinhardt vs E Kapfer
|| ||1-0||60||1932||Hamburg-Altona||A10 English|
|7. H Taube vs E Reinhardt
|| ||1-0||32||1932||Hamburg-Altona||B80 Sicilian, Scheveningen|
|8. H Wagner vs E Reinhardt
|| ||½-½||31||1932||Hamburg-Altona||B80 Sicilian, Scheveningen|
|9. E Reinhardt vs H Rodatz
||0-1||41||1932||Hamburg-Altona||C02 French, Advance|
|10. K Richter vs E Reinhardt
||1-0||35||1934||Bad Niendorf||B84 Sicilian, Scheveningen|
|11. E Reinhardt vs Reiss
||1-0||10||1934||Hamburg||B00 Uncommon King's Pawn Opening|
|12. E Reinhardt vs W Schoenmann
|| ||1-0||24||1935||GER-ch||A54 Old Indian, Ukrainian Variation, 4.Nf3|
|13. L Mues vs E Reinhardt
|| ||0-1||16||1935||Deutsche Schachzeitung, correspondence||A51 Budapest Gambit|
|14. H Heinicke vs E Reinhardt
|| ||1-0||23||1935||Bad Saarow||D45 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav|
|15. H Rodatz vs E Reinhardt
|| ||1-0||12||1936||Hamburg||E16 Queen's Indian|
|16. Rellstab vs E Reinhardt
||1-0||35||1937||Bad Oeynhausen||D37 Queen's Gambit Declined|
|17. K Richter vs E Reinhardt
||1-0||36||1937||Telephone match Berlin-Hamburg||A45 Queen's Pawn Game|
|18. G Rogmann vs E Reinhardt
|| ||0-1||40||1937||Berlin BSG||B84 Sicilian, Scheveningen|
|19. E Reinhardt vs H Herrmann
|| ||0-1||36||1938||German Championship||E11 Bogo-Indian Defense|
|20. B Koch vs E Reinhardt
|| ||1-0||40||1938||German Championship||D51 Queen's Gambit Declined|
|21. E Reinhardt vs Rellstab
|| ||0-1||39||1938||German Championship||E36 Nimzo-Indian, Classical|
|22. A Kohler vs E Reinhardt
|| ||0-1||51||1938||German Championship||B80 Sicilian, Scheveningen|
|23. E Reinhardt vs P Michel
|| ||0-1||39||1938||German Championship||D34 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch|
|24. E Reinhardt vs E Eliskases
|| ||0-1||20||1938||German Championship||E33 Nimzo-Indian, Classical|
|25. M Eisinger vs E Reinhardt
|| ||0-1||70||1938||German Championship||B86 Sicilian, Fischer-Sozin Attack|
| page 1 of 5; games 1-25 of 114
|Sep-06-06|| ||capanegra: Does anybody have any bio about this placer? It looks like he was born in Germany, and flew to Argentina before the beginning of II World War (maybe in the Buenos Aires 1939 Olympiads, like Najdorf?). It is also funny that "Enrique" is the Spanish translation of "Heinrich", so to be called "Enrique Heinrich" is a bit redundant!|
|Oct-29-06|| ||Alan McGowan: Heinrich Reinhardt (later Enrique), b. 29 March 1903 Stettin, Germany (now Szczecin, Poland). Active in German chess events of the 1930s. Member of the German team at the Buenos Aires Olympiad 1939. Remained in South America after the outbreak of war. Further information, I suspect, would be found on Soth American web sites.|
|Aug-12-07|| ||Fusilli: <Alan McGowan> <Further information, I suspect, would be found on Soth American web sites.> Correct, and I found it. The following cronology of chess in Rosario, Argentina (http://www.geocities.com/chvsanchez...) informs that Reinhardt died in Buenos Aires on June 14, 1990, at 87. That website says that the German team actually won the 1939 Buenos Aires Olympiad. The other members of the team were Erich Eliskases, Ludwig Engels, Paul Michel and Albert Becker (they all stayed in Argentina following the outbreak of WW2; Engels moved to Brazil a few years later.) Settled in Argentina, IM Reinhardt worked as an accountant for various German companies. He became an Argentine citizen, and competed in the Argentine national championship in several occasions. He played chess to the very end. At the time of his death (heart attack) he was registered in an open tournament (the source does not say that he suffered the heart attack while playing, so I would not assume so; it only says "registered.")|
|Nov-23-10|| ||Eastfrisian: Is there anywhere a photo of him?|
|Feb-15-11|| ||Caissanist: Heinrich Reinhardt was a German-Argentine International Master. Reinhard played the reserve board for the victorious German team in the 1939 olympiad in Buenos Aires in 1939. After the outbreak of WWII, which began during the olympiad, Reinhardt and the rest of the German team remained in Argentina. Reinhardt eventually became an Argentine citizen, changing his name from Reinhard to Enrique, and continued playing in Argentine tournaments until his death in 1990.|
|Apr-17-12|| ||GrahamClayton: Here is a Reinhardt victory that I have uploaded to the database:|
[Event "1935 GER-ch"]
[Site "Bad Aachen"]
[White "Enrique (Heinrich) Reinhardt"]
[Black "Wilhelm Schoenmann"]
1. d4 ♘f6 2. c4 d6 3. ♘f3 ♗g4 4. ♘c3 ♘bd7 5. ♗f4 ♗xf3 6. gxf3 e5 7. ♗e3 exd4 8. ♗xd4 ♗e7 9. ♖g1 ♖g8 10. ♕a4 ♔f8 11. O-O-O ♘b6 12. ♕b3 ♕c8 13. e4 ♕e6 14. ♗e3 h6 15. ♘b5 ♗d8 16. ♘d4 ♕e8 17. ♘f5 ♕a4 18. e5 ♕xb3 19. axb3 ♘e8
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20. c5 ♘d7 21. exd6 cxd6 22. ♗b5 ♘df6 23. cxd6 a6 24. d7 1-0
Source: CHESS Vol 1 No 1 14 September 1935
|Dec-03-15|| ||ljfyffe: In the 1934-35 IFBS Correspndence League
Championship, Reinhardt scored 5 out of a possible 12 points to finish in 8th place.
|Sep-27-20|| ||Alan McGowan: His tournament record in Germany shows his aversion to draws:|
Bad Aachen 1934, German Ch. +12 -5 =0
Niendorf 1934 +6 -5 =0
Bad Aachen 1935, German Ch. +5 -7 =2
Bad Saarow 1935 +4 -6 =0
Hamburg 1936, Gaumeisterschaft (Regional championship) +14 -1 =0
Bad Elster 1936 +5 -3 =1
Magdeburg 1937 +8 -0 =0. 1st, ahead of Engels, Rellstab, Sämisch...
Bad Oeynhausen 1937, German Ch. +7 -5 =1
Bad Oeynhausen 1938, German Ch. +6 -8 =1
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