Number of games in database: 275
Years covered: 1961 to 2008
Last FIDE rating: 2336
Highest rating achieved in database: 2372
Overall record: +85 -80 =110 (50.9%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
I Polgar vs J Trapl, 1963 0-1
J Trapl vs I Hausner, 1980 1-0
J Trapl vs E Perez Gonsalves, 1961 1-0
J Trapl vs J Stocek, 1995 1-0
J Trapl vs Jansa, 1987 1-0
J Trapl vs J Trmal, 1962 1-0
J Trapl vs P Haba, 1986 1-0
I Stohl vs J Trapl, 1987 0-1
NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
Czechoslovak Championship (1967)
Czechoslovak Championship (1962)
Czechoslovak Championship (1961)
EUR-chT (Men) 2nd (1961)
Czechoslovak Championship (1972)
Czechoslovak Championship (1986)
Czechoslovak Championship (1968)
Skopje Olympiad qual-5 (1972)
Czechoslovak Championship (1964)
Czechoslovak Championship (1963)
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(born Mar-24-1942, died Mar-29-2010, 68 years old) Czech Republic
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|He was an IM.|
| page 1 of 11; games 1-25 of 275
|1. J Trapl vs J Lastovicka
|| ||½-½||40||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||A80 Dutch|
|2. J Trmal vs J Trapl
|| ||1-0||22||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||E32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical|
|3. J Fichtl vs J Trapl
|| ||1-0||33||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||C15 French, Winawer|
|4. J Trapl vs Opocensky
|| ||1-0||35||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||B17 Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation|
|5. Pachman vs J Trapl
|| ||1-0||24||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||E98 King's Indian, Orthodox, Taimanov, 9.Ne1|
|6. J Trapl vs Hort
|| ||½-½||29||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||B16 Caro-Kann, Bronstein-Larsen Variation|
|7. Filip vs J Trapl
|| ||½-½||19||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||E61 King's Indian|
|8. J Ratolistka vs J Trapl
|| ||½-½||40||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||C15 French, Winawer|
|9. J Trapl vs J Marsalek
|| ||1-0||25||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||E26 Nimzo-Indian, Samisch|
|10. Jansa vs J Trapl
|| ||1-0||26||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||B94 Sicilian, Najdorf|
|11. J Trapl vs J Dolezal
|| ||½-½||30||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||D97 Grunfeld, Russian|
|12. J Skacel vs J Trapl
|| ||1-0||27||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||A04 Reti Opening|
|13. J Trapl vs J Vesely
|| ||1-0||45||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||B48 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation|
|14. J Rejfir vs J Trapl
|| ||1-0||35||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||E75 King's Indian, Averbakh, Main line|
|15. J Trapl vs J Fabian
|| ||1-0||39||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||C02 French, Advance|
|16. J Trapl vs J Florian
|| ||1-0||49||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||E28 Nimzo-Indian, Samisch Variation|
|17. M Altschul vs J Trapl
|| ||0-1||55||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||C63 Ruy Lopez, Schliemann Defense|
|18. J Trapl vs M Ujtelky
||1-0||20||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||B06 Robatsch|
|19. J Trapl vs Kavalek
||1-0||33||1961||Czechoslovak Championship||A53 Old Indian|
|20. J Trapl vs Forintos
||1-0||68||1961||EUR-chT (Men) 2nd||C64 Ruy Lopez, Classical|
|21. J Trapl vs D Weise
|| ||1-0||43||1961||EUR-chT (Men) 2nd||D24 Queen's Gambit Accepted|
|22. J Trapl vs Tolush
||1-0||24||1961||EUR-chT (Men) 2nd||E26 Nimzo-Indian, Samisch|
|23. S Nedeljkovic vs J Trapl
|| ||½-½||27||1961||EUR-chT (Men) 2nd||C89 Ruy Lopez, Marshall|
|24. E Perez Gonsalves vs J Trapl
|| ||½-½||40||1961||EUR-chT (Men) 2nd||E81 King's Indian, Samisch|
|25. J Trapl vs L Navarovszky
|| ||½-½||23||1961||EUR-chT (Men) 2nd||D62 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox, Rubinstein Attack|
| page 1 of 11; games 1-25 of 275
|Mar-27-05|| ||Gypsy: < Many years back, during a junior championship of Czechoslovakia, Soukal led the pack by one point ahead of the field going into the last round. For the title, he therefore needed just a draw. Soukal's last game, with Trapl, was a tough, sharp fight. Trapl lost his way in the complications during the transition into middlegame and lost a piece. Thus, without realy expecting it, the leading player suddenly had the tournament victory in his sight. He was still young, inexperianced, and seeing the title almost at his grasp, he offered a draw. After all, how could under the circumstances oponent realy refuse it? But Trapl thought a bit, then turned down the draw-offer, signed a resignation, and congratulated his oponent to the title of the champion. It was gesture of a real gentleman. > J. Vesely, "Psychological Guide through Chess Games". |
|Mar-28-05|| ||Hinchliffe: <Gypsy> I followed the line of thought relating to resignations etc and found your story. Well worth the discover. An excellent story and one that was very relevant to the discussion started by Richard Taylor. And I agree with the comments made at the end of the article - Mr. Trapl is a real gentleman. |
|Apr-04-10|| ||Honza Cervenka: On Monday, March 29, just five days after his 68th birthday Jindrich Trapl passed away. R.I.P.!|
|Jan-13-11|| ||PhilFeeley: <"You played like Tal," became one of the highest accolades for attackers. With his spectacular sacrifices and combinations, Tal won the hearts of chess fans and inspired many players. Plenty of them tried and failed to play like him. It was especially tempting to sacrifice pieces when Tal was present. At the 1961 European Team Championship in Oberhausen, Germany, Tal could only watch the incredible adventures of the young master Jindrich Trapl who in nine games sacrificed eight pawns, two exchanges, two light pieces and a queen. He was promptly called the Czech Tal and some wondered why the real Tal was not nicknamed the Latvian Trapl.>|
The Huffington Post
January 12, 2011
|Nov-24-14|| ||ljfyffe: Member of Czech team that won the Chess Correspondence Olympiad XI (1992-1999) Final.
Germany was placed second with equal number of points. Trapl was also in the XII Final.|
|Nov-24-14|| ||perfidious: Was he a Trappy type of player?|
|Nov-24-14|| ||ljfyffe: A TRAP-L<atvian>, perhaps:<1e4 e5 2Nf3
f5 3Bc4 fxe4 4Nxe5 Qg5 5Nf7 Qxg2 6Rf1 d5 7Nxh8 Nf6 8Bxd5 Bh3 9Bf7+ Ke7 10 Bc4 Nc6
11Be2 Nd4 12Nc3 Nf3+ 13Bxf3 Qxf1 mate>|
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