Canadian Chess Biographies
Researched, compiled, written and copyright 2000-9 by David Cohen. Last updated: 2009.09.28.
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Photo: 2007 Chess Federation of Canada Annual Meeting, Ottawa. Copyright 2007 by the photographer David Cohen.
- International Arbiter 1982
- Atlantic Champion 1977
- Defeated future World Champion Robert Fischer 1959
- Played Canadian Championship 1897
- FIDE Master 1990
- First place, Master category, US Open Championship 1992
- 6th place Canadian High School Championship 1976
- Physician; probably the first Canadian status Indian to obtain M.D.
degree, Queen's 1866
- Chief, Mississauga Ojibwa (1874-7, 1880-6); first federal Indian agent to
the band (1887-96)
- Published, edited the Indian newspaper, 1885-6
- Avid chess player
Source: Donald B. Smith, Dictionary of Canadian Biography,
1901-1910 Volume XIII, University of Toronto/Université Laval, 2000
- Canadian Champion 1961
- Represented Canada at Olympiad 1958
- Represented Canada at 1st World Junior Championship 1951
- Won Golden Knights Postal Tournament 1961-2
Photo: 2009 Toronto Open Championship. Copyright 2009 by the photographer David Cohen.
- Chess Co-ordinator, City of Kitchener, Ontario (2002-); first such position in Canada
- Editor, En Passant/Chess Canada Échecs 2003.12-2005.06; changed name and content focus back to Canada
- Ontario Closed Champion 1996; only player undefeated, ahead of FM Findlay, IM Nickoloff, future FM Teodoro IV,
future FM Dougherty, IM Day, future IM Livshits
- 2nd place Canadian Open 1988
- FIDE Master 1999
- Gave blindfold simultaneous exhibitions on 8 boards or more over 25
year period (1982-2006)
- Gave blindfold simultaneous exhibition on 26 boards 1993
Hans Jung - Andrew Dabrowski
Blindfold Simultaneous Exhibition on 8 boards by Jung, Mississauga,
Hans Jung's choice for his favourite game of his own:
Jay Zendrowski - Hans Jung
City Championship, London, Ontario, 1977, Round 6
Hans Jung selected two additional games, a win in 'his opening' against IM Nickoloff and an 'exciting win' against IM Day:
Hans Jung - Bryon Nickoloff
Ontario Open Championship, Guelph, Ontario, 1990.05.21
Hans Jung - Lawrence Day
Ontario Closed Championship, Toronto, Ontario, 1996.01.26, Round 7
Contributor: Hans Jung (game selection, biography).
Photo: 1951 Canadian Championship, Vancouver.
- Champion of Riga Jurmala, Latvia
- Arrived Canada 1948
- British Columbia Champion six times (1949-50, 1954-7)
- Played Canadian Championship 1951, 1955, 1957 (3rd)
Contributor: Stephen Wright. Source (photo): Family of Frank Anderson.