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Jacobo Bolbochan

Jacobo Bolbochan (26 December 1906 29 July 1984) was an Argentine chess master.

He played many times in the Argentine Chess Championships. He won twice (1931 and 1932), both ahead of Isaias Pleci. In 1933, he took 2nd, behind Luis Piazzini. In 1935, he took 2nd, behind Roberto Grau. In 1936, he took 3rd, behind Carlos Guimard and Grau. In 1937, he took 2nd, behind Guimard.

He played for Argentina in three Chess Olympiads.

In 1935, at second board in the 6th Olympiad in Warsaw (+6 1 =12);

In 1937, at second board in the 7th Olympiad in ...

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