|Birth Day||April 11, 1845|
|Age||174 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Oct 17, 1933 (age 88)|
Chess player and endgame theorist who greatly contributed to Future writings and chess concepts.
He began drawing recognition for being the first Austrian to win an international correspondence tournament.
He contributed greatly to the use of the modern tie breaker system and was the first Austrian to win an important international correspondence tournament.
He was born and raised in Austria.
Like Savielly Tartakower he is perhaps best known as a chess thinker, not player.