Studies composed by

Frantz Apschenek or

Fricis Apšenieks or Fritzis Apscheneek

(Latvia, 7.4.1894 - 25.4.1941)

Fricis Apšeniek (Latvian name - Fricis Apšenieks)
Latvian chess player, one of the strongest chess players in Latvia in 1920-1930. 

He successfully performed at the Paris FIDE Amateur Chess Tournament (1924) - 2nd place. 

At the 1st Congress of Latvia in 1924 he took 2nd place, won the 2nd in 1926. 

In the future, he successfully performed at congresses and championships in Latvia. As part of the Latvian team, a participant in a number of Olympiads. 

Already seriously ill, he took part in the 1st championship of the Latvian SSR (1941) and took 2nd place. 


A lot information can be found about this Latvian Chess master at wikipedia.

Also some information at Edward Winter Chess Notes.


(All his studies, more exact dates, possible corrections or cooks and exact details about sources can be found in the

Harold van der Heijden database V (31-12-2015) )