Alexander Zaitsev (chess player)
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Perhaps his finest achievement was a share of first place at the 1968/69 USSR Chess Championship of Alma Ata. He eventually took the silver medal after losing the (Vladimir) play-off to co-winner Lev Polugaevsky.
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