Chess results, 1956-1960 : a comprehensive record with 1,390 by Gino Di Felice

By Gino Di Felice

''Lists the result of men's chess competitions worldwide--individual and group fits, 1956 via 1960, with place and, whilst on hand, the sponsor. Names of avid gamers are standardized for simple reference. From modern newspapers, periodicals, event documents and fit books, this paintings comprises 1,385 match crosstables and 142 fit rankings. listed through occasions and through players''--Provided via publisher.

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ARAUJO PEREIRA, A. 5 2 1 SOURCE: El Ajedrez Español 1956, p. 599 LISBOA (POR), 3–12 XI 1956 —14th POR ch 1 2 3 4 5 DURAO, Joaquim Manuel VINAGRE, Jose RIBEIRO, Joao Jose ROCHA, Antonio A. 5 SOURCE: El Ajedrez Español 1956, p. 695 LUENEBURG (GER), 24 III–1 IV 1956 —10th Lower Saxony Chess Federation 1.

5 DEKKER, J. 0 6 GHIJSEN, P. 5 SOURCE: Tijdschrift van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Schaakbond 1956, pp. 5 Chess Results 36 1956 KAPOSVAR (HUN), 20 II–1 III 1956 —1 ⁄4 final 12th HUN ch 1–2 1–2 3 4 5 6 7–9 7–9 7–9 10 11 12 MONOSTORI, Lajos TITSCHKA, Jeno FORGACS, Zoltan PORTISCH, Ferenc BESZTERCSENYI, Tibor PALCSO, Laszlo BERECZKY, Peter WITT, Leslie FAJCSI, Laszlo LUKACS, Ferenc TOTH, Gyula KOHLER, Sandor pts. 5 SOURCE: Mag yar Sakkélet 1956, pp. 83–84 KAUNAS (USSR), 4–29 II 1956 — 23rd Lithuania ch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 VISTANECKIS, Isakas CIUKAJEVAS, Jegors Sergeevich BARSAUSKAS, Vytautas OSTRAUSKAS, Mecyslavas MATULEVICIUS, A.

TUROFF, E. FORTUNE, R. LOW, I. RABINOWITZ, Bernard REITSTEIN, L. R. 5 SOURCE: The South African Chessplayer 1956, p. 152 CHOMUTOV (CSR), 18 VIII–2 IX 1956 —1 ⁄2 final 26th CSR ch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ZITA, Frantisek HERINK, Miroslav DOLEZAL, Jiri BETAK, Miroslav SEIFERT, Milan URBANEC, Miroslav CUCKA, Josef DOBIAS, Josef SMETANA, Jaroslav POLAK CERNIK, Frantisek HOSTINSKY, Zdenek ANCIN, Andrej KOPRIVA, Jiri TEPPER, Marcel BRACH T 1 m • = = = = = = = 0 0 = 0 = 0 = 0 SOURCE: Teskoslovenskï ¶ach 1956, p.

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