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DSB Congress

The Deutschen Schachbund (DSB) had been founded in Leipzig on 18 July 1877. When the next meeting took place in the Schützenhaus on 15 July 1879, sixty-two clubs had become member of the chess federation. Hofrat Rudolf von Gottschall became Chairman and Hermann Zwanziger the General Secretary. Twelve players participated in the master tournament of Leipzig 1879.[1][2][3]

Masters' Tournament

# Year City Winner
1 1879 Leipzig  Berthold Englisch (Austria-Hungary) / Flag of Czech Silesia Czech Silesia
2 1881 Berlin  Joseph Henry Blackburne (United Kingdom) /  England
3 1883 Nuremberg  Szymon Winawer (Russian Empire) /  Poland
4 1885 Hamburg  Isidor Gunsberg (United Kingdom) /  Hungary
5 1887 Frankfurt Scotland
6 1889 Breslau  Siegbert Tarrasch (German Empire) / Prussian Silesia
7 1892 Dresden  Siegbert Tarrasch (German Empire) / Prussian Silesia
8 1893 Kiel  Carl August Walbrodt (German Empire) /  Netherlands
 Curt von Bardeleben (German Empire) /  Brandenburg
9 1894 Leipzig  Siegbert Tarrasch (German Empire) / Prussian Silesia
10 1896 Eisenach  Robert Henry Barnes (New Zealand) /  England
11 1898 Cologne  Amos Burn (United Kingdom) /  England
12 1900 Munich  Géza Maróczy (Austria-Hungary) /  Hungary
 Harry Nelson Pillsbury (USA) /  Massachusetts
 Carl Schlechter (Austria-Hungary) /  Austria
13 1902 Hannover  Dawid Janowski (France) /  Poland
14 1904 Coburg  Curt von Bardeleben (German Empire) /  Brandenburg
 Carl Schlechter (Austria-Hungary) /  Austria
 Rudolf Swiderski (German Empire) /  Saxony
15 1906 Nuremberg  Frank James Marshall (USA) /  New York
16 1908 Düsseldorf  Frank James Marshall (USA) /  New York
17 1910 Hamburg  Carl Schlechter (Austria-Hungary) /  Austria
18 1912 Breslau  Akiba Rubinstein (Russian Empire) /  Poland
 Oldřich Duras (Austria-Hungary) /  Bohemia
19 1914 Mannheim  Alexander Alekhine (Russian Empire) /  Russia
20 1920 Berlin  Friedrich Sämisch (Germany) /  Brandenburg
21 1921 Hamburg  Ehrhardt Post (Germany) /  Brandenburg
22 1922 Oeynhausen  Ehrhardt Post (Germany) /  Brandenburg
23 1923 Frankfurt  Ernst Grünfeld (Austria) /  Lower Austria
24 1925 Breslau  Efim Bogoljubow (Soviet Union) /  Ukraine
25 1927 Magdeburg  Rudolf Spielmann (Austria) /  Lower Austria
26 1929 Duisburg  Carl Ahues (Germany) /  Lower Saxony
27 1931 Swinemünde  Efim Bogoljubow (Germany) /  Ukraine
 Ludwig Rödl (Germany) /  Bavaria
28 1932 Bad Ems Bavaria

Hauptturnier A

# Year City Winner
1 1879 Leipzig
2 1881 Berlin  Curt von Bardeleben (German Empire) /  Brandenburg
3 1883 Nuremberg  Siegbert Tarrasch (German Empire) / Prussian Silesia
4 1885 Hamburg  Max Harmonist (German Empire) /  Brandenburg
5 1887 Frankfurt  Johann Hermann Bauer (Austria-Hungary) /  Bohemia
6 1889 Breslau  Emanuel Lasker (German Empire) / East Brandenburg
7 1892 Dresden  Paul Lipke (German Empire) /  Thuringia
8 1893 Kiel  Hugo Süchting (German Empire) /  Schleswig-Holstein
9 1894 Leipzig  Norman van Lennep (Netherlands) /  North Holland
10 1896 Eisenach  Wilhelm Cohn (German Empire) /  Brandenburg
11 1898 Cologne  Ottokar Pavelka (Austria-Hungary) /  Bohemia
12 1900 Munich  Rudolf Swiderski (German Empire) /  Saxony
13 1902 Hannover  Walter John (German Empire) /  Poland
14 1904 Coburg  Augustin Neumann (Austria-Hungary) /  Austria
15 1906 Nuremberg  Savielly Tartakower (Austria-Hungary) /  Poland
16 1908 Düsseldorf  Friedrich Köhnlein (German Empire) /  Bavaria
17 1910 Hamburg  Gersz Rotlewi (Russian Empire) /  Poland
18 1912 Breslau  Bernhard Gregory (German Empire) /  Estonia
19 1914 Mannheim  B. Hallegua (Ottoman Empire) /  Turkey

See also

References

  1. ^ Deutschen Schachkongresse
  2. ^ DSB 1. Teil
  3. ^ DSB 2. Teil
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