Anton Kohler

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Anton Kohler (c. 1907 – 7 September 1961) was a German chess player from Munich.

In 1937 he shared 3rd in Stadtprozelten / Main, and took 12th in Bad Oeynhausen (4th GER-ch, Georg Kieninger won).[1] In 1938 he won in Heilbronn,[2] and tied for 8–9th in Bad Oeynhausen (5th GER-ch, Erich Eliskases won).[3] In 1938/39 he tied for 1st–3rd in Karlsruhe.[4] In 1939, he tied for 4–5th in Bad Oeynhausen (6th GER-ch, Eliskases won).[5] In 1940 he took 5th in Bad Oeynhausen (7th GER-ch, Kieninger won), and shared 1st with Efim Bogoljubow at Kraków / Krynica / Warsaw (1st GG-ch).[6][7]

After World War II he won at Passau 1952 (Bavarian championship);[8] and took 27th at Leipzig 1953 (GER-ch, Wolfgang Unzicker won).[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Deutscher Schachbund / Schacholympiade Dresden 2008. Schachbund.de (16 July 2008). Retrieved on 17 December 2011.
  2. ^ Palmarés 1936–1938
  3. ^ Deutscher Schachbund / Schacholympiade Dresden 2008. Schachbund.de (17 July 2008). Retrieved on 17 December 2011.
  4. ^ Amsterdam (NED-ch10th) 1938
  5. ^ Aberdeen (Scottish Championship) 1939
  6. ^ Bad Elster 1940
  7. ^ Maestri della prima metà del 900. Xoomer.alice.it. Retrieved on 17 December 2011.
  8. ^ Bayerischer Schachbund e.V. – Chronik. Schachbund-bayern.de. Retrieved on 17 December 2011.
  9. ^ http://www.schachverein-goerlitz.de/Turniere/Aeskulapturniere/Festschrift2003.pdf