Bruno Moritz

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Bruno Moritz
CountryGermany Germany, Ecuador Ecuador
BornJanuary 10, 1898
Stettin (Szczecin)
DiedNovember 17, 1966

Bruno Moritz (born January 10, 1898[1], date of death unknown) was a GermanEcuadorian chess master.[2]

He shared 1st at Bad Oeynhausen 1922 (Hauptturnier B), took 10th at Frankfurt 1923 (the 23rd DSB Congress, Ernst Grünfeld won), took 12th at Breslau 1925 (the 24th DSB-Congress, Efim Bogoljubow won), took 12th at Vienna 1926 (DSV-Kongress won by Karl Gilg and Heinrich Wagner), won at Stargard 1926, shared 2nd, behind Fritz Sämisch, at Stettin 1930,[3] took 13th at Swinemünde 1931 (the 27th DSB-Congress, Bogoljubow and Ludwig Rödl won),[4] and tied for 6-7th at Swinemünde 1932 (Gösta Stoltz won).[5]

In the 1930s, he emigrated from Germany because of Nazi policy.

Moritz played for Germany in 2nd unofficial Chess Olympiad at Budapest 1926,[6] and for Ecuador in the 16th Chess Olympiad at Tel Aviv 1964.[7]


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