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Bernhard Huelsen
Number of games in database: 3
Years covered: 1889

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(born Nov-01-1864, died Dec-11-1933, 69 years old) Germany

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Von Scheve vs B Huelsen 0-1191889BerlinA07 King's Indian Attack
2. H Caro vs B Huelsen  0-1591889BerlinC29 Vienna Gambit
3. Herbert Otto Rosenbaum vs B Huelsen 1-0531889Ehrenpreis TtD05 Queen's Pawn Game
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  whiteshark: This is Referent <Bernhard Hülsen> (* 1.11.1864 - † 11.12.1933)

<Vor 75 Jahren starb <Pastor Bernhard Hülsen <(1.11.1864-11.12.1933)>>. Er war schon in jungen Jahren dem Problemschach zugewandt, wenn er sich auch nebenher intensiv dem praktischen Spiel, bis hin zum Blind-Simultanspiel, widmete. Schon 1882 gründete er eine Schachspalte in einer Tageszeitung, die er bis 1889 leitete. 1887 lud der Herausgeber des damals noch recht jungen Deutschen Wochenschachs Hülsen ein, dort den Problemteil zu übernehmen. Er war danach bis 1908 Mitherausgeber dieser bedeutenden Zeitschrift. Hülsen komponierte mehr als 1000 Probleme.>


Nov-08-14  Karpova: IX Congress of the Saale Chess Federation in Dessau, Germany from late June to July (the <Fest> (celebration) took place on June 30th and July 1st, but I don't know if the tournaments also took place on two days only).


1. Hülsen 4.0
2. Rosenbaum 4.0
3. Dr. Schwarz 3.0
4. Lipke 2.0
5-6. Donath 1.0
5-6. Seiferheld 1.0

Hülsen and Rosenbaum scored +4 -1 =0 (no drawn game in the tournament), with Rosenbaum beating Hülsen, but losing to Seiferheld. Hülsen then won the play-off game for 1st prize.

Source: Deutsches Wochenschach, 14 July 1889, issue 28, p. 240

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