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Netanya chess tournament

The international tournament organised by Netanya Chess Club started in 1961. The most famous competition took place in 1968 when Robert James Fischer won (scoring 11.5/13) ahead of Daniel Yanofsky and Moshe Czerniak.[1]

Netanya International Chess Tournament

# Year Winner
1 1961  Milan Matulović (Yugoslavia)
 Petar Trifunović (Yugoslavia)
 Moshe Czerniak (Israel)
2 1964 ?
3 1965  Moshe Czerniak (Israel)
4 1968  Robert James Fischer (United States)
5 1969  Samuel Reshevsky (United States)
6 1971  Lubomir Kavalek (United States)
 Bruno Parma (Yugoslavia)
7 1973  Lubomir Kavalek (United States)
8 1975  Jan Timman (Netherlands)
9 1976  Avraham Kaldor (Israel)
 Itchak Radashkovich (Israel)
10 1977  Vladimir Liberzon (Israel)
? ? ?
? 1983  Miguel Quinteros (Argentina)


  1. ^ International tournament A, Netanya 1968

External links

  • Portal page of chess in Netanya:
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