Adolf Stern (chess player)


Adolf Stern (25 December 1849, Grünstadt , Rhineland-Palatinate – 24 August 1907, Mannheim ) was a German chess master.

Born into a merchant Jewish family, he was the second child of Jacob Stern and Babette Caroline. At the beginning of his chess career, he participated in Baden-Baden 1870 chess tournament , playing only four games (scoring 1½ / 4) because of Franco-Prussian War (as a Bavarian reservist, he fought in the war). [1] In August 1871 he played in Wiesbaden (section I) scoring 3/4. In September 1871 he took second place, behind Samuel Mieses , in Bad Ems. [2]In July / August 1878 he took ninth in Frankfurt (the 12th WDSB-Kongress, Louis Paulsen won). [3]

References

  1. Jump up^ Badenat xoomer.alice.it
  2. Jump up^ Welcome to the Chessmetrics site ArchivedApril 14, 2006, at theWayback Machine. At www.chessmetrics.com
  3. Jump up^ Frankfurtat xoomer.alice.it

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