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TOURNAMENT STANDINGS
Ostend Tournament

Geza Maroczy19.5/26(+16 -3 =7)[games]
David Janowski18/26(+15 -5 =6)[games]
Siegbert Tarrasch18/26(+14 -4 =8)[games]
Carl Schlechter15.5/26(+7 -2 =17)[games]
Georg Marco14/26(+7 -5 =14)[games]
Richard Teichmann14/26(+8 -6 =12)[games]
Amos Burn12.5/26(+7 -8 =11)[games]
Paul Saladin Leonhardt12.5/26(+11 -12 =3)[games]
Frank Marshall12.5/26(+8 -9 =9)[games]
Heinrich Wolf12/26(+7 -9 =10)[games]
Semion Alapin11.5/26(+6 -9 =11)[games]
Joseph Henry Blackburne10.5/26(+5 -10 =11)[games]
Mikhail Chigorin6.5/26(+3 -16 =7)[games]
Jean Taubenhaus5/26(+1 -17 =8)[games]
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Chessgames.com Chess Event Description
Ostend (1905)

The first in a planned series of three international chess master tournaments held in the coastal town of Ostend, Belgium was conducted at the local casino from June 12th to July 18th, 1905. Fourteen chess masters were invited to participate in the double round robin event, including major participants and earlier winners of the Monte Carlo tournament series of the previous four years. The best of these players included David Janowski, Geza Maróczy, Siegbert Tarrasch, and Carl Schlechter. As he did in Monte Carlo (1902) and Monte Carlo (1904), Maróczy was clear first with an impressive 19½/26, a full point and a half over shared second place Janowski and Tarrasch. Schlechter placed fourth and Georg Marco and Richard Teichmann shared fifth place (incidentally making this another tournament to contribute to Teichmann's nickname of "Richard the Fifth"). Maróczy's win here along with previous international victories made him a serious contender for a world championship match with Emanuel Lasker, but problems organizing the match in Cuba caused the arrangements to fall through, and Maróczy soon after retired from chess for over a decade.

The final standings and crosstable:

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 Pts 1 Maróczy ** 10 01 ½½ ½0 1½ ½½ 11 11 11 11 11 ½1 11 19½ =2 Janowski 01 ** 10 01 01 ½0 11 11 ½1 1½ 1½ 11 1½ ½1 18 =2 Tarrasch 10 01 ** ½½ 1½ 01 11 01 ½1 1½ 1½ ½1 1½ 11 18 4 Schlechter ½½ 10 ½½ ** ½½ ½½ ½½ ½1 ½½ ½1 ½1 ½0 1½ ½½ 15½ =5 Marco ½1 10 0½ ½½ ** ½½ ½0 1½ ½0 ½1 ½1 ½½ 01 ½1 14 =5 Teichmann 0½ ½1 10 ½½ ½½ ** ½0 01 ½1 10 0½ ½½ 11 1½ 14 =7 Burn ½½ 00 00 ½½ ½1 ½1 ** 10 0½ 01 0½ ½1 11 ½½ 12½ =7 Leonhardt 00 00 10 ½0 0½ 10 01 ** 10 01 11 10 11 ½1 12½ =7 Marshall 00 ½0 ½0 ½½ ½1 ½0 1½ 01 ** ½½ 10 00 11 11 12½ 10 Wolf 00 0½ 0½ ½0 ½0 01 10 10 ½½ ** ½½ ½1 11 1½ 12 11 Alapin 00 0½ 0½ ½0 ½0 1½ 1½ 00 01 ½½ ** ½½ 1½ 11 11½ 12 Blackburne 00 00 ½0 ½1 ½½ ½½ ½0 01 11 ½0 ½½ ** 0½ 10 10½ 13 Chigorin ½0 0½ 0½ 0½ 10 00 00 00 00 00 0½ 1½ ** 1½ 6½ 14 Taubenhaus 00 ½0 00 00 ½0 0½ ½½ ½0 00 0½ 00 01 0½ ** 5

Original collection: Game Collection: Ostend 1905, by User: suenteus po 147.

 page 1 of 8; games 1-25 of 182  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Blackburne vs Taubenhaus 1-0521905OstendC45 Scotch Game
2. Burn vs Teichmann  ½-½191905OstendD52 Queen's Gambit Declined
3. Chigorin vs Alapin  0-1471905OstendC38 King's Gambit Accepted
4. Janowski vs Maroczy 0-1751905OstendD40 Queen's Gambit Declined, Semi-Tarrasch
5. G Marco vs H Wolf ½-½311905OstendC77 Ruy Lopez
6. Marshall vs Leonhardt 0-1601905OstendD51 Queen's Gambit Declined
7. Tarrasch vs Schlechter  ½-½301905OstendD37 Queen's Gambit Declined
8. Alapin vs Leonhardt 0-1321905OstendC20 King's Pawn Game
9. Chigorin vs Blackburne 1-0341905OstendC00 French Defense
10. Maroczy vs G Marco  ½-½521905OstendC68 Ruy Lopez, Exchange
11. Schlechter vs Marshall ½-½571905OstendD32 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch
12. Taubenhaus vs Janowski  ½-½791905OstendC87 Ruy Lopez
13. Teichmann vs Tarrasch 1-0821905OstendC90 Ruy Lopez, Closed
14. H Wolf vs Burn 1-0451905OstendC42 Petrov Defense
15. Blackburne vs Alapin  ½-½361905OstendC11 French
16. Burn vs Maroczy  ½-½211905OstendD60 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense
17. Janowski vs Chigorin 1-0311905OstendD07 Queen's Gambit Declined, Chigorin Defense
18. Leonhardt vs Schlechter  ½-½301905OstendB43 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3
19. G Marco vs Taubenhaus  ½-½561905OstendC77 Ruy Lopez
20. Marshall vs Teichmann  ½-½601905OstendD51 Queen's Gambit Declined
21. Tarrasch vs H Wolf 1-0581905OstendC60 Ruy Lopez
22. Alapin vs Schlechter  ½-½381905OstendC11 French
23. Blackburne vs Janowski 0-1371905OstendC30 King's Gambit Declined
24. Chigorin vs G Marco 1-0331905OstendC30 King's Gambit Declined
25. Maroczy vs Tarrasch 0-1291905OstendB40 Sicilian
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Kibitzer's Corner
Feb-06-16  TheFocus: The official list of prizes,as given in the <Revue d'Echecs>:

First, 5,000 francs and a gold medal; second, 3,000; third, 2,000; fourth, 1,200; fifth, 900; sixth, 700; seventh, 500; eighth, 400; ninth, 350; tenth, 300; eleventh, 250; twelfth, 200; thirteenth, 175; fourteenth, 150.

Special prizes were awarded as follows:
250 francs, donated by Prof. Isaac L. Rice, to D. Janowski for the game, Janowski vs. Tarrasch.

100 francs, donated by A. Oppenheimer, to J.H. Blackburne for the game, Marshall vs. Blackburne.

100 francs, donated by A. Hallgarten, to M.I. Tschigorin for the game, Tschigorin vs. Marco.

In addition to the foregoing, special awards were made for the games mentioned below: 150 francs to F.J. Marshall (Marshall vs. Burn); 100 francs to C. Schlechter (Schlechter vs. Janowski); 100 francs to G. Maroczy (Maroczy vs. Leonhardt); 100 francs to Dr. S. Tarrasch (Maroczy vs. Tarrasch); 50 francs to R. Teichmann (Teichmann vs. Tschigorin); 50 francs to G. Marco (Wolf vs. Marco); 50 francs to P.S. Leonhardt (Leonhardt vs. Tarrasch); 50 francs to A. Burn (Tschigorin vs. Burn); 50 francs to S. Alapin (Alapin vs. Marshall).

May-17-18  zanzibar: Some info about sources for this tournament can be found here:

Leonhardt vs Teichmann, 1905 (kibitz #2)

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