Wilfried Paulsen

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Wilfried Paulsen

Wilfried Paulsen (31 July 1828 – 6 February 1901) was a German chess master, an elder brother of Louis Paulsen.

He tied for 3rd-5th at Düsseldorf 1862 (2nd Western German Congress, Kongresse des Westdeutschen Schachbundes (WDSB), Max Lange won); took 2nd, behind Lange, at Düsseldorf 1863 (3rd WDSB–Congress); won at Cologne 1867 (6th WDSB–Congress, Quadrangular); shared 3rd at Aachen 1868 (7th WDSB–Congress, Lange won); took 5th at Barmen 1869 (8th WDSB–Congress, Adolf Anderssen won); took 6th at Krefeld 1871 (9th WDSB–Congress, Louis Paulsen won), and won at Düsseldorf 1876 (10th WDSB–Congress).[1]

He shared 11th at Leipzig 1877 (3rd Central German Congress, Kongresse des Mitteldeutschen Schachbundes (MDSB), L. Paulsen won); tied for 5-6th at Frankfurt 1878 (12th WDSB–Congress, L. Paulsen won); took 10th at Leipzig 1879 (1st German DSB Congress, Kongresse des Deutschen Schachbundes (DSB), Berthold Englisch won); took 6th at Braunschweig 1880 (13th WDSB–Congress, L. Paulsen won); took 11th at Wiesbaden 1880 (Joseph Henry Blackburne, Englisch and Adolf Schwarz won).

He took 11th at Berlin 1881 (2nd DSB–Congress, Blackburne won); took 15th at Nuremberg 1883 (3rd DSB–Congress, Simon Winawer won); tied for 16-17th at Hamburg 1885 (4th DSB–Congress, Isidor Gunsberg won); tied for 5-6th at Leipzig 1888 (Curt von Bardeleben and Fritz Riemann won), and tied for 16-17th at dresden 1892 (7th DSB–Congress, Siegbert Tarrasch won).[2]

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  1. ^ I tornei fino al 1880
  2. ^ http://www.anders.thulin.name/SUBJECTS/CHESS/CTCIndex.pdf Name Index to Jeremy Gaige's Chess Tournament Crosstables, An Electronic Edition, Anders Thulin, Malmö, 2004-09-01