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🏆 Trebitsch Memorial (1936) Chess Event Description
The 19th Trebitsch Memorial was played in Vienna, Austria from 19 October to 20 November 1936. ... [more]

Player: Josef Bruckner

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. J Bruckner vs S Rubinstein  0-1331936Trebitsch MemorialA09 Reti Opening
2. J Bruckner vs Immo Fuss  1-0491936Trebitsch MemorialA09 Reti Opening
3. Lokvenc vs J Bruckner  1-0541936Trebitsch MemorialA04 Reti Opening
4. Opocensky vs J Bruckner  ½-½491936Trebitsch MemorialA16 English
5. J Bruckner vs A Donegan  1-0411936Trebitsch MemorialA12 English with b3
6. B Hoenlinger vs J Bruckner  1-0431936Trebitsch MemorialA47 Queen's Indian
7. J Bruckner vs A Becker  0-1561936Trebitsch MemorialA09 Reti Opening
8. K Weinstock vs J Bruckner  0-1811936Trebitsch MemorialB45 Sicilian, Taimanov
9. J Bruckner vs F Igel  1-0331936Trebitsch MemorialA12 English with b3
10. Spielmann vs J Bruckner  ½-½531936Trebitsch MemorialD02 Queen's Pawn Game
11. J Bruckner vs H Keller  1-0411936Trebitsch MemorialA09 Reti Opening
12. G Fuster vs J Bruckner  ½-½421936Trebitsch MemorialD26 Queen's Gambit Accepted
13. J Bruckner vs H Friedmann  0-1401936Trebitsch MemorialA15 English
14. E Glass vs J Bruckner  1-0531936Trebitsch MemorialD68 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense, Classical
15. J Bruckner vs P Michel  0-1361936Trebitsch MemorialA09 Reti Opening
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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-16-21  Alan McGowan: A interesting tournament, particularly because of the success of the three visitors: Friedmann of Poland, Opocensky of Czechoslovakia and Paul Michel, Germany.

The local player Karl Weinstock (who later moved to the USA and became Karl Vine) had a stunning start to the event with 5/5, including wins against Michel and Spielmann, followed by a draw with the eventual tournament winner. His 3rd round game with Spielmann featured a nice touch after 32...Nxc5, when 33.Bxc8 would have allowed 33...e2 34.Kf2 Ne4+, followed by ...Nxd6.

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