- Abram Zamikhovsky
Abram Davidovich Zamikhovsky (Zamikhovski) ( _ru. Абрам Давидови Замиховский;
5 January 1908– 1978) [citation
last=Gaige | first=Jeremy | author-link=Jeremy Gaige
year=1987 | title=Chess Personalia, A Biobibliography
page=476] was a Ukrainian chess master and former national champion.
In 1931 he won the 6th Ukranian Championship in Kharkov ahead of
Vsevolod Rauzer[http://www.geocities.com/al2055km/ch_repub/1931/ch_ukr31.html] and took 14th in the 7th USSR Championship in Moscow ( Mikhail Botvinnikwon). [ [http://www.geocities.com/al2055km/ch_urs/1931/ch_urs31.html URS-ch07 Moscow 1931 ] ] At that time, he was a student of medical faculty at the Kiev University. [ [http://zhurnal.lib.ru/s/shtokalo_m/prizrachnye-teni-shahmatnojj-istorii.shtml Морозова Татьяна. Призрачные тени шахматной истории ] ] In 1936, he took 8th in the 16th Championship of Moscow. [ [http://www.rogerpaige.me.uk/tables7.htm All-Union YM 1936 ] ] In 1938, he took 2nd, behind Isaac Boleslavsky, in Kiev (10th UKR-ch). [http://www.geocities.com/al2055perv/ch_repub/1938/ch_ukr38.html]
World War II, he took 10th at Kiev 1946 (15th UKR-ch, Anatoly Bannikwon); [http://www.geocities.com/al2055perv/ch_repub/1946/ch_ukr46.html] tied for 9-10th at Kiev 1947 (16th UKR-ch, Alexey Sokolskywon); [http://www.geocities.com/al2055perv/ch_repub/1947/ch_ukr47.html] shared 1st at Kiev 1951 (USSR-ch, qf); [http://www.geocities.com/al2055perv/ch_urs/1951/qf_kie51.html] took 14th at Leningrad 1952 (USSR-ch, sf); [http://www.geocities.com/al2055perv/ch_urs/1952/sf_len52.html] won at Kiev 1952 (USSR-ch, qf); [http://www.geocities.com/al2055perv/ch_urs/1952/qf_kie52.html] tied for 8-10th at Vilnius 1953 (USSR-ch, sf); [http://www.geocities.com/al2055perv/ch_urs/1953/sf_vil53.html] In 1955, he tied for in Kiev (24th UKR-ch, Anatoly Bannikwon). In 1956, he took 5th in Kiev (25th UKR-ch, Isaac Lipnitskywon).In 1957 he took 8th in Kiev (26th UKR-ch, Efim Gellerwon). [http://www.geocities.com/al2055perv/ch_repub/1957/ch_ukr57.html]
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