|Full name||Adolf Julius Zinkl|
10 June 1871|
|Died||3 June 1944
Born in Bohemia, he settled in Vienna, where he played in many tournaments in the 1890s. He took 4th in 1892/93, shared 2nd (Quadrangular) in 1893, took 5th in 1893/94 (Jacques Schwarz won), drew a match with Carl Schlechter (5.5 : 5.5) and lost to Georg Marco (2.5 : 5.5), both in 1894, took 5th in 1895 (Marco won), took 8th in 1895/96 (Schlechter and Max Weiss won), tied for 4–5th in 1896 and took 6th in 1897/98, both won by Marco. He won in 1899, and tied for 5–7th in 1899/1900 (Kolisch memorial, Géza Maróczy won).
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