Richard Teichmann

Richard Teichmann was a German chess master. He was known as "Richard the Fifth" because he often finished in fifth place in tournaments. But in Karlsbad 1911, he scored a convincing win, crushing Akiba Rubinstein and Carl Schlechter with the same line of the Ruy Lopez. José Raúl Capablanca called him "one of the finest players in the world". Edward Lasker recounted the witty way in which Teichmann demonstrated the Schlechter win in his book Chess Secrets I learned from the Masters, and generally admired Teichmann's mastery.

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Richard Teichmann

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Richard Teichmann - Joseph Henry Blackburne
Hastings
1895
Richard Teichmann - James Mason
Hastings
1895
Richard Teichmann - Hector William Shoosmith
London
1904
Richard Teichmann - Joseph Henry Blackburne
Berlin
1897
Jacques Mieses - Richard Teichmann
London m2, London
1895
Jacques Mieses - Richard Teichmann
Berlin m, Berlin
1910
Richard Teichmann - William Ewart Napier
London
1904
Richard Teichmann - Heinrich Wolf
Karlsbad
1907
Richard Teichmann - Julius Perlis
San Sebastian
1912
JF. Barry - Richard Teichmann
Cambridge Springs, Cambridge
1904
William Ewart Napier - Richard Teichmann
Glasgow m, Glasgow
1905
Akiba Rubinstein - Richard Teichmann
Berlin
1924
Richard Teichmann - William Ewart Napier
London
1904
Geza Maroczy - Richard Teichmann
Monte Carlo
1902
Harry Nelson Pillsbury - Richard Teichmann
Monte Carlo
1903
Rudolf Spielmann - Richard Teichmann
Berlin Jubilee, Berlin
1907
Oldrich Duras - Richard Teichmann
Ostend
1906
Richard Teichmann - Aaron Nimzowitsch
San Sebastian
1911