Geller, Efim

Efim Petrovich Geller was a Soviet chess player and world-class grandmaster at his peak. He won the Soviet Championship twice and was a Candidate for the World Championship on six occasions. He won four Ukrainian Championship titles and shared first in the 1991 World Seniors' Championship, winning the title outright in 1992.

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Geller, Efim - Kholmov, Ratmir
31st URS-ch, Leningrad URS
1963
Geller, Efim - Sveshnikov, Evgeny
46th URS-ch, Tbilisi URS
1978
Geller, Efim - Timman, Jan
Phillips&Drew, London
1982
Spassky, Boris - Geller, Efim
Candidats qf4, Sukhumi
1968
Geller, Efim - Krogius, Nikolai V
Sochi Chigorin Memorial, Sochi
1976
Geller, Efim - Beliavsky, Alexander G
Sochi Chigorin Memorial, Sochi
1986
Geller, Efim - Suetin, Alexey S
Moscow zt, Moscow
1964
Nezhmetdinov, Rashid - Geller, Efim
21st URS-ch, Kiev URS
1954
Shamkovich, Leonid - Geller, Efim
27th URS-ch, Leningrad URS
1960