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Adolf Kramer (1871 – 10 January 1934) was a Silesian German chess master.[1]

He played in DSB Congress.[2] He tied for 10-12th at Munich 1900 (Hauptturnier A),[3] took 8th at Breslau 1912 (Hauptturnier B), shared 2nd at Hamburg 1921 (elim.), tied for 4-6th at Bad Oeynhausen 1922 (elim.), and took 5th at Duisburg 1929 (Hauptturnier B).[4]

Kramer also participated several times in Silesian Chess Congress. He shared 1st with Ertelt and beat him in play-off at Beuthen (Bytom) 1923, shared 1st with Bergmann and lost to him in play-off at Bad Salzbrunn (Szczawno Zdrój) 1924, took 4th at Bad Altheide (Polanica Zdrój) 1926 (Fritz Sämisch won), took 5th at Gleiwitz (Gliwice) 1927 (Ludwig Schmitt and Heinz Foerder won), and took 4th at Reichenbach (Dzierżoniów) 1928 (Gottlieb Machate won).[5]

References

  1. ^ Chess Notes by Edward Winter at www.chesshistory.com
  2. ^ Deutschen Schachkongresse
  3. ^ Edo Ratings, Kramer, A. at members.shaw.ca
  4. ^ http://www.anders.thulin.name/SUBJECTS/CHESS/CTCIndex.pdf Name Index to Jeremy Gaige's Chess Tournament Crosstables, An Electronic Edition, Anders Thulin, Malmö, 2004-09-01
  5. ^ CHESS IN FORMER GERMAN, NOW POLISH TERRITORIES - Fred van der Vliet at www.astercity.net

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