Hans Roepstorff


Hans Roepstorff [1] (1910 – 1945) was a German chess master. [2]

Roepstorff took 15th at Kraków 1938 ( Jaroslav Šajtar won), [3] [4] shared first with Paul Mross but lost to him at play at Berlin 1938, [5] tied for 8-10th at Warsaw / Lublin / Kraków 1942 (The third general government chess tournament, Alexander Alekhine won), [6] [7] took 10th at Vienna 1943 (the 10th German Chess Championship , Josef Lokvenc won), [8] tied for 5-6th at Krynica 1943 GG-ch, Lokvenc won), [9] and took third at Radom 1944 (the fifth GG-ch, Efim Bogoljubow won). [10]

References

  1. Jump up^ His surname also seen as “Röpstorff”, and “Ropstorff”
  2. Jump up^ “ChessBase Spieler Datenbank – Suche” . Chesslive.de . Retrieved 4 January 2012 .
  3. Jump up^ “Welcome to the Chessmetrics site” . Chessmetrics.com. 26 March 2005 . Retrieved 4 January 2012 .
  4. Jump up^ “Ropstorff” . Chessgames.com . Retrieved 4 January 2012 .
  5. Jump up^ Frank Hoppe. “Berliner Schachverband :: Archiv Mitteilungsblatt” . Berlinerschachverband.de . Retrieved 4 January 2012 .
  6. Jump up^ “Chess In Former German, Now Polish Territories – Fred Van Der Vliet”. Astercity.net . Retrieved 4 January 2012 .
  7. Jump up^ 1942
  8. Jump up^ “Eröffnung” . Chess.at . Retrieved 4 January 2012 .
  9. Jump up^ 1943
  10. Jump up^ 1944

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