Louis Eichborn was born in 1812. He was a fellow professor and collegue of Adof Anderssen. In 1851, Eichborn won 2 games against Anderssen. In 1852, he won 8 games and drew one game in a match against Adolf Anderssen in Breslau. In 1853, Eichborn won 9 games and lost one game against Anderssen. In 1854, Eichborn won 4 games against Anderssen. In 1855, Eichborn won 2 games and lost one game against Anderssen. In 1857, he won 4 games against Anderssen. In 1858, he won one game against Anderssen. In 1859, he won one game against Anderssen. From 1851 to 1859, Eichborn won 31 games, lost 2 games and drew one game against Anderssen. Eichborn died on May 9, 1882 in Breslau. His games were found among his papers after he died. He had kept his wins and some draws. He played 34 games that we know of against Adolf Anderssen. The games were published in Adolf Anderssen, der Altmeister Schachspielkunst, by Gottschall in 1912. About 15 other Eichborn’s games with other opponents were published by Deutsche Schachzeitung during his lifetime.