Chess Results, 1964–1967

A Comprehensive Record with 1,204 Tournament Crosstables and 158 Match Scores, with Sources

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About the Book

This is a continuation of a series of comprehensive chronological reference works listing the results of men’s chess competitions all over the world—individual and team matches. The present volume covers 1964 through 1967. Entries record location and, when available, the group that sponsored the event. First and last names of players are included whenever possible and are standardized for easy reference. Compiled from contemporary sources such as newspapers, periodicals, tournament records and match books, this work contains 1,204 tournament crosstables and 158 match scores. It is indexed by events and by players.

About the Author(s)

Gino Di Felice is the author of numerous reference books on chess. He works in the food industry and lives in Mosciano Sant’Angelo, Teramo, Italy.

Bibliographic Details

Gino Di Felice
Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Pages: 556
Bibliographic Info: tables, bibliography, indexes
Copyright Date: 2013
pISBN: 978-0-7864-7573-5
eISBN: 978-1-4766-0373-5
Imprint: McFarland

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Preface  vi

Symbols and Abbreviations  v

Chess Results, 1964–1967  1

Individual Tournaments 1964 1

Individual Matches 1964 91

Team Tournaments 1964 91

Team Matches 1964 109

Individual Tournaments 1965 116

Individual Matches 1965 205

Team Tournaments 1965 206

Team Matches 1965 214

Individual Tournaments 1966 223

Individual Matches 1966 322

Team Tournaments 1966 322

Team Matches 1966 338

Individual Tournaments 1967 346

Individual Matches 1967 445

Team Tournaments 1967 445

Team Matches 1967 467

Bibliography  481

Index of Events  482

Index of Players  497


Book Reviews & Awards

“most comprehensive chronological reference work of chess results available…a true boon to chess historians and journalists…highly recommended”—Northwest Chess/Oklahoma Chess Quarterly; “indispensable and essential to any chess historian, researcher and writer”—Huffington Post.