Viktor Tietz


Viktor Tietz (13 April, 1859 Rumburg ( Czech : Rumburk , northwest Bohemia , Austrian Monarchy – December 8, 1937, Karlsbad ( Czech : Karlovy Vary ), Bohemia, Czechoslovakia ) Was a Czech ethnic-German chess player, chess life organizer and Local politician. [1]

He took 7th at Breslau 1889 (the 6th DSB Congress , Hauptturnier A won by Emanuel Lasker ), and won ahead of Dawid Janowski and Moritz Porges at Carlsbad 1902 ( Triangular ). [2]

He invented the tie-break system now called the Tietz system. [3] His name is attached to the chess club in Karlovy Vary. [4] The Carlsbad 1907 , the Carlsbad 1911 , the Carlsbad 1923 , and the Carlsbad 1929 . [5]

References

  1. Jump up^ “Karlovarský šachklub Tietz> Sekce> History našeho klubu> Die Schachgeschichte in Karlsbad” . Tietz.cz . Retrieved 2011-12-10 .
  2. Jump up^ “Name Index to Jeremy Gaige’s Chess Tournament Crosstables” (PDF) . Archived from the original (PDF) on July 4, 2007 . Retrieved 2011-12-10 .
  3. Jump up^ “Chess Glossary” . Chess-poster.com. 1976-10-09 . Retrieved 2011-12-10 .
  4. Jump up^ Karlovarský šachklub Tietz Sekce History našeho klubu Šachové Karlovy Vary (in Czech)
  5. Jump up^ “Alekhine on Carlsbad, 1929 by Edward Winter” . Chesshistory.com . Retrieved 2011-12-10 .

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