Aron Schvartzman

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Aron Schvartzman (also written as Aarón Schvartzman and Aron Schwartzman) (2 December 1908 – 15 January 2013)[1] was an Argentine chess master who was prominent in chess tournaments of the 1930s and 1940s.

Between 1933 and 1949, Schvartzman was a participant in numerous Argentine Chess Championships. In 1933, he took 3rd (ARG-ch 12 Mayor; Luis Piazzini won). In 1935, he took 3rd (ARG-ch 14 Mayor; Jacobo Bolbochán won). In 1936, he tied for 3rd-5th (ARG-ch 15 Mayor; Carlos Guimard won). In 1937, he tied for 4-6th (ARG-ch 16 Mayor; Jacobo Bolbochán again won).[2]

He won, ahead of Roberto Grau, at Mar del Plata 1934,[3] and took 2nd, behind Isaias Pleci at Mar del Plata 1936.[4] In the period from 1931 to 1948, he was a champion of Club Argentino de Ajedrez in Buenos Aires.[5]

Schvartzman retired from chess competition at the end of 1949 to pursue his profession of physician. He has occasionally reappeared at chess events.

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