Salo Flohr

Salomon Mikhailovich Flohr was a Czechoslovak and Soviet chess player and writer. He was among the first recipients of the title International Grandmaster from FIDE in 1950. Flohr dominated many tournaments of the pre-World War II years, and by the late 1930s was considered a contender for the World Championship. However, his patient, positional style was overtaken by the sharper, more tactical methods of the younger Soviet echelon after World War II.

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Sandor Takacs - Salo Flohr
Rogaska Slatina
1929
Salo Flohr - Abram Borisovich Poliak
Moscow-ch, Moscow
1945
Saviely Tartakower - Salo Flohr
Sunday Referee Masters, Central Hall / Whiteleys
1932.02.10
Boris Spassky - Salo Flohr
22nd URS-ch, Moscow URS
1955.03.05
Salo Flohr - Abram Borisovich Poliak
Moscow-ch, Moscow
1945
Salo Flohr - Abram Borisovich Poliak
Moscow-ch, Moscow
1945
Salo Flohr - AG. Conde
Bournemouth
1939
Erich Gottlieb Eliskases - Salo Flohr
Semmering/Baden, Semmering
1937
Lev Polugaevsky - Salo Flohr
URS-ch sf, Vilnius
1960
John Littlewood - Salo Flohr
Hastings 6162
1961
Oleg Moiseev - Salo Flohr
19th URS-ch, Moscow URS
1951
Salo Flohr - Hans Johner
Zuerich
1934
Salo Flohr - Vassily Smyslov
19th URS-ch, Moscow URS
1951
Salo Flohr - Milan sr YUG Vidmar
6th olm final, Warsaw POL
1935.08.22
Salo Flohr - Isaac Kashdan
Bled
1931
Viktor Korchnoi - Salo Flohr
22nd URS-ch, Moscow URS
1955.02.15
Salo Flohr - Max Euwe
Hastings 3132 12th, Waverley Hotel
1931.12.31
Vladimir Simagin - Salo Flohr
19th URS-ch, Moscow URS
1951