Adolf Anderssen

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 1862 to 1866, although the title of World Chess Champion did not yet exist.

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Howard Staunton - Adolf Anderssen
London
1851
Adolf Anderssen - Carl Mayet
Berlin
1859
Laroche - Adolf Anderssen
Paris it, Paris
1860
Adolf Anderssen - Serafino Dubois
London mt, London
1862
Louis Paulsen - Adolf Anderssen
Leipzig m, Leipzig
1876
Augustus Mongredien - Adolf Anderssen
London mt, London
1862
Adolf Anderssen - Gustav Richard Neumann
Berlin m2, Berlin
1865
Adolf Anderssen - Fritz Riemann
Breslau m, Breslau
1878.04.20
Jean Dufresne - Adolf Anderssen
Berlin m2, Berlin
1851
Adolf Anderssen - Louis Eichborn
Breslau m, Breslau
1852
James Stanley Kipping - Adolf Anderssen
Manchester m, Manchester
1857
Adolf Anderssen - Bernhard Horwitz
London2, London
1851
Adolf Anderssen - Howard Staunton
London
1851
Wilhelm Steinitz - Adolf Anderssen
London casual, London
1862.07.09
Gustav Richard Neumann - Adolf Anderssen
Berlin m1, Berlin
1864
Ignatz Kolisch - Adolf Anderssen
London m1, London
1861.07.25
Adolf Anderssen - Lionel Kieseritzky
London m8, London
1851
Fritz Riemann - Adolf Anderssen
Breslau m, Breslau
1877.12.30