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Herman Pilnik

Herman Pilnik was an Argentine (German origin) chess Grandmaster.

In 1929, he won the championship of Stuttgart. Pilnik emigrated from Germany to Argentina in 1930. He won the Argentine Championships in 1942, 1945 and 1958. Pilnik began his international career in 1942, when he tied for 10-11th in New York, and tied for 2nd-3rd in Mar del Plata. In 1944, he tied for 1st with Miguel Najdorf in Mar del Plata. In July/August 1945, he took 3rd at the Hollywood Pan-American Tournament in Los Angeles. The event was won by Samuel Reshevsky. In 1951, he won in Beverwijk. In 1951/52, he won in Vienna. In 1952, he won in Belgrade. In 1954, he won in Stuttgart.

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