KNSB team championship
|5||Elsevier V Amsterdamsch S||2||5||4½||4||—||7||4½||8||6½||7½||9||49|
|10||V Haarlemse S||1||4½||3||3½||2½||2½||4½||3||5½||—||2||30|
*: Schaakbulletin No.143 gives the result of this match as 6½-3½, but the individual scores add up to 7½-2½. As only the latter is compatible with the standings, I have assumed that is correct.
°: Schaakbulletin No.149 writes the extra ½ after Watergraafsmeer instead of Eindhoven in the final results. The is not borne out by previous standings and the match results.
Just like the previous one, this edition of the team championship of the Dutch Chess Federation was decided only in he last round, when incumbent Volmac Rotterdam kept their closest rival from Eindhoven to a tie. Just like the previous year, Belgian master Boey was part of the winning team. But by now he was often playing on the last board and even there he didn’t do well. It was to be his last year in the highest division of the Dutch team championship, as far as I’m aware. Meulders played once as a replacement. Some more Belgian players played in lower divisions; at least Deleyn and Rudy Van de Wynkele. All information comes from extensive coverage in .
|1||van Manen, Gerben||NED||½|
|2||van Halderen, Herman||NED||1|
|5||van der Hauw, Henk||NED||0|
|7||de Boer, Gert-Jan||NED||0|
|9||van der Spek, Hein Piet||NED||½|
|IM||Boey, Jozef Martin||BEL||2415||2½|
- Most of the games.
- Smorenberg’s first name.
- The exact dates of the games.
- Schaakbulletin Nos. 143-149