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Héctor Rossetto

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Name  Hector Rossetto
Role  Chess Player

Children  Cecilia Rossetto
Grandchildren  Lucia Balducci
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Died  January 23, 2009, Buenos Aires, Argentina
People also search for  Cecilia Rossetto, Lucia Balducci, Hugo Gonzalez Castresana, Oscar Balducci

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Héctor Decio Rossetto (September 8, 1922 in Bahía Blanca, Argentina – January 23, 2009 in Buenos Aires) was one of the best chess players in Argentine history.

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He earned the title of International Master in 1950 and the Grandmaster title in 1960.

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He was a five-time Argentine Champion (1942, 1944, 1947, 1962, and 1972). Rossetto won the Mar del Plata chess tournament in 1949 and again in 1952 (shared with Julio Bolbochán). He also won in Mar del Plata (KIM) in 1962.

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He was the director of the 1978 Chess Olympiad in Buenos Aires.

After Miguel Najdorf he was the most important Argentine chess player of his time.

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References

Héctor Rossetto Wikipedia


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