Arnold van Foreest
He took 8th at The Hague 1878 (A. Polak Daniels won), took 5th at Utrecht 1886 (NED-ch, his brother Dirk won), took 3rd, behind Rudolf Loman and Dirk van Foreest, at Rotterdam 1888 (NED-ch), and took 8th at Amsterdam 1889 (it, Amos Burn won).
Arnold van Foreest won at Gouda 1889 (NED-ch), shared 1st at Groningen 1893 (NED-ch), won at Groningen 1896, took 2nd, behind Bleijkmans, at Leiden 1896, tied for 3rd-4th at The Hague 1898 (Tresling won), took 3rd at Haarlem 1901 (Adolf Georg Olland won), and won at Rotterdam 1902. He also shared 1st with Frank James Marshall at Amsterdam 1911 (Quadrangular), and took 14th at Scheveningen 1913 (Alexander Alekhine won).
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