Lajos Portisch

Lajos Portisch is a Hungarian chess Grandmaster, whose positional style earned him the nickname, the "Hungarian Botvinnik". One of the strongest non-Soviet players from the early 1960s into the late 1980s, he participated in twelve consecutive Interzonals from 1962 through 1993, qualifying for the World Chess Championship Candidates Cycle a total of eight times. Portisch set several all-time records in Chess Olympiads. In Hungarian Chess Championships, he either shared the title or won it outright a total of eight times. He won many strong international tournaments during his career. In 2004, Portisch was awarded the title of 'Nemzet Sportolója', Hungary's highest national sports achievement award.

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Lajos Portisch

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Lajos Portisch - Paul Keres
San Antonio
1972
Lajos Portisch - Carlos Enrique Guimard
Mar del Plata 27th, Mar del Plata
1966
Lajos Portisch - Viktor Korchnoi
Belgrade URS-World, Belgrade
1970.03.31
Lajos Portisch - Ivan BUL Radulov
21st olm final A, Nice FRA
1974.06.29
Lajos Portisch - Renato Naranja
Palma de Mallorca Interzonal, Palma de Mallorca
1970
Lajos Portisch - Zo Varga
It, Zalaegerszeg HUN
2004.04.29
Krunoslav Hulak - Lajos Portisch
Indonesia
1983
Lajos Portisch - Rafael Vaganian
Candidats Tournament, Montpellier
1985
Lajos Portisch - A Jonathan Mestel
London
1986
Miguel Illescas Cordoba - Lajos Portisch
Linares
1988
Lajos Portisch - Albin Planinec
Madrid
1973.12.01
Jan Timman - Lajos Portisch
Linares
1989
Lajos Portisch - Ivan Farago
HUN-ch, Budapest
1991
Kenneth Rogoff - Lajos Portisch
Biel Interzonal, Biel
1976
A Adorjan - Lajos Portisch
Chess Classic Masters, Frankfurt GER
1998.06.18
Ulf Andersson - Lajos Portisch
Teeside
1972
Ad Horvath - Lajos Portisch
53rd ch-HUN, Heviz HUN
2003.05.17
A Jonathan Mestel - Lajos Portisch
Phillips&Drew, London
1982