Miguel Najdorf

Miguel Najdorf was a Polish-Argentinian chess grandmaster. Originally from Poland, he was in Argentina when World War II began in 1939, and he stayed and settled there. He was a leading world player in the 1940s and 1950s, and is also known for the Najdorf Variation, one of the most popular chess openings.

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Puzzles

Miguel Najdorf - Vladimir ISR Liberzon
22nd olm final, Haifa ISR
1976.11.06
Miguel Najdorf - Arturo Pomar Salamanca
Barcelona
1946
Rene Letelier Martner - Miguel Najdorf
Montevideo
1954
Reuben Fine - Miguel Najdorf
New York m, New York
1949
Braslav Rabar - Miguel Najdorf
Gothenburg Interzonal, Gothenburg
1955
Miguel Najdorf - Paul Van der Sterren
Wijk aan Zee I
1978
Miguel Najdorf - Jose Maria Carbone
Buenos Aires CA, Buenos Aires
1972
Daniel Abraham Yanofsky - Miguel Najdorf
Barcelona
1946
Miguel Najdorf - Kaarle Sakari Ojanen
Mar del Plata
1953
Rene Letelier Martner - Miguel Najdorf
Montevideo
1954
Ludek Pachman - Miguel Najdorf
Mar del Plata
1955
Ion ROM Balanel - Miguel Najdorf
12th olm final A, Moscow URS
1956.09.11
Reuben Fine - Miguel Najdorf
New York m, New York
1949
Miguel Najdorf - Moshe Czerniak
Buenos Aires Circulo, Buenos Aires
1939
Samuel Schweber - Miguel Najdorf
Buenos Aires
1970
Jan Hein Donner - Miguel Najdorf
Bled
1961
Moshe Czerniak - Miguel Najdorf
Warsaw m, Warsaw
1929
Miguel Najdorf - Sergio C Giardelli
Buenos Aires
1980