/ (ˈændəsən) /
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Adolf (ˈaːdɔlf). 1818–79, German chess player: noted for the incisiveness of his combination play
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How to use Anderssen in a sentence
Staunton was defeated by Anderssen at the London tournament in 1851, and this concluded his match-playing career.
About the same period he visited Breslau, and won a majority of games (off-hand) from Anderssen.
This was Anderssen's first visit to the French metropolis, and I immediately offered to show him some of the lions.
Morphy was charmed with Anderssen's defence throughout, and has frequently cited it as an admirably conducted strategy.
I have never seen a nobler-hearted gentleman than Herr Anderssen.