He played for Denmark in Chess Olympiads:
- In 1933, at fourth board in 5th Olympiad in Folkestone (+4 –2 =7);
- In 1935, at second board in 6th Olympiad in Warsaw (+3 –5 =6);
- In 1936, at third board in 3rd unofficial Chess Olympiad in Munich (+10 –2 =3).
He won individual gold medal at Munich 1936.
He was Danish Champion in 1941, 1942, 1944, and 1946. In 1947 he shared 1st, but lost the play-off to Jens Enevoldsen, 0.5 point against 3.5 points. He also shared 1st in 1949 but died in Herning before the play-off against Poul Hage could take place.
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