Walter Henneberger

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Walter Henneberger (19 May 1883, Ennenda – 15 January 1969, Zurich) was a Swiss chess master.

He was Swiss Champion in 1904, 1906 (jointly), 1911 (jointly), and 1912.[1] He took 16th at The Hague 1928 (World Amateur Chess Championship, Max Euwe won).[2] took 6th at Winterthur 1931 (SUI-ch, Aron Nimzowitsch won – off contest).[3]

He shared 9th at Bern 1932 (Alexander Alekhine won), took 10th at Zürich 1934 (Alekhine won), took 11th at Bad Liebwerda 1934 (Salo Flohr won), and tied for 5-8th at Lucerne 1950 (SUI-ch, Hans Johner won).[4]

He played for Switzerland in friendly matches against Yugoslavia (1949), Belgium (1950), and West Germany (1952).


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