Anderssen, Adolf

Karl Ernst Adolf Anderssen was a German chess master. He won the great international tournaments of 1851 and 1862, but lost matches to Paul Morphy in 1858, and to Wilhelm Steinitz in 1866. Accordingly, he is generally regarded as having been the world's leading chess player from 1851 to 1858, and leading active player from 1860 to 1866; although the title of World Chess Champion did not yet exist.

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Paulsen, Louis - Anderssen, Adolf
Leipzig m, Leipzig
1876
Anderssen, Adolf - Mieses, Samuel
Breslau m, Breslau
1867
Anderssen, Adolf - Amelung, FK.
Berlin, Berlin
1862
Staunton, Howard - Anderssen, Adolf
London, London
1851
Dufresne, Jean - Anderssen, Adolf
Rotterdam m1, Rotterdam
1861
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann - Anderssen, Adolf
Breslau m, Breslau
1865
Mayet, Carl - Anderssen, Adolf
Berlin m1, Berlin
1865
Paulsen, Louis - Anderssen, Adolf
Leipzig m, Leipzig
1876
Anderssen, Adolf - Paulsen, Louis
Vienna, Vienna
1873
Zukertort, Johannes Hermann - Anderssen, Adolf
Breslau m, Breslau
1865
Mongredien, Augustus - Anderssen, Adolf
London mt, London
1862
Neumann, Gustav Richard - Anderssen, Adolf
Berlin m2, Berlin
1865
Steinitz, Wilhelm - Anderssen, Adolf
Baden-Baden, Baden-Baden
1870
Anderssen, Adolf - Kieseritzky, Lionel
London m8, London
1851
Anderssen, Adolf - Staunton, Howard
London, London
1851
Rosenthal, Samuel - Anderssen, Adolf
Paris, Paris
1878
Anderssen, Adolf - Neumann, Gustav Richard
Berlin m2, Berlin
1865
Laroche - Anderssen, Adolf
Paris it, Paris
1860