Aleksandr Levin (chess player)

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Aleksandr Mitrofanovich Levin (15 May 1871 – May 1929) was a Russian chess master.[1]

He twice shared 1st with Mikhail Chigorin in St. Petersburg in 1900[2] and 1902. He tied for 11-12th at Hannover 1902 (the 13th DSB Congress, Dawid Janowski won).[3][4]


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