I was pleased to see a tournament for Schliemann variation of Ruy Lopez - an opening variation I have played on and off for years - with varying degrees of success!!
Anyway, I just wandered how this variation has come to be called Schliemann on such a consistent basis....
The line was first published (to my knowledge) by Karl Andreyevich Jaenisch in the frech magazine Le Palamede in 1847.....
The German player, Schliemann, is only credited wiht ever suggesting f5 as a 4th move for black after the sequence
1. e4, e5
2, Nf3, Nc6
3. Bb5, Bc5
4. 0-0, f5
PS I look forward to being put in my place if my knowledge of the variation is incorrect!!!