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Mar Del Plata International Chess Tournament

# Year Winner
1 1928 Roberto Grau (Argentina)
2 1934 Aaron Schwartzman (Argentina)
3 1936 Isaias Pleci (Argentina)
4 1941 Gideon Ståhlberg (Sweden)
5 1942 Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
6 1943 Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
7 1944 Herman Pilnik (Argentina)
Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
8 1945 Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
9 1946 Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
10 1947 Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
11 1948 Erich Eliskases (Argentina)
12 1949 Hector Rossetto (Argentina)
13 1950 Svetozar Gligorić (Yugoslavia)
14 1951 Julio Bolbochán (Argentina)
Erich Eliskases (Argentina)
15 1952 Hector Rossetto (Argentina)
Julio Bolbochán (Argentina)
16 1953 Svetozar Gligorić (Yugoslavia)
17 1954 Oscar Panno (Argentina)
18 1955 Borislav Ivkov (Yugoslavia)
19 1956 Julio Bolbochán (Argentina)
Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
20 1957 Paul Keres (Soviet Union)
21 1958 Bent Larsen (Denmark)
22 1959 Luděk Pachman (Czechoslovakia)
Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
23 1960 Boris Spassky (Soviet Union)
Robert Fischer (United States)
24 1961 Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
25 1962 Lev Polugaevsky (Soviet Union)
26 1965 Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
27 1966 Vasily Smyslov (Soviet Union)
28 1969 Oscar Panno (Argentina)
Miguel Najdorf (Argentina)
29 1971 Lev Polugaevsky (Soviet Union)
30 1976 Raúl Sanguinetti (Argentina)
Victor Brond (Argentina)
31 1982 Jan Timman (Netherlands)
32 1989 Marcelo Tempone (Argentina)
33 1990 Marino Alejandro Cid (Argentina)
34 1997 Fernando Braga (Italy)
35 2001 Juan Facundo Pierrot (Argentina)
Ruben Felgaer (Argentina)

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