Stig Lundholm

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Stig Lundholm (14 November 1917, Luleå, Sweden – 2009[1]) was a Swedish chess master.

He won at Stockholm 1942, tied with Folke Ekström, ahead of both Gösta Stoltz and Erik Lundin,[2] took second place behind Ekström at Stockholm 1943/44,[3] and won at Lidköping 1944 (Swedish Chess Championship) ahead of Paul Keres.[4] He was Swedish Correspondence Champion in 1948, and was awarded the IMC title in 1983.[5]


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