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|Full name||Franciszek Sulik|
Before World War II, he lived in Lviv. In 1934, he tied for 2nd-3rd with Henryk Friedman, behind Stepan Popel, in the Lviv championship. In 1935, he tied for 8-9th in Warsaw (3rd POL-ch; Savielly Tartakower won). In 1936, he took 2nd, behind Izak Schächter, in the Lviv-ch. In 1938, he won the Lviv championship.
- In 1936, at first reserve board in the unofficial Olympiad in Munich (+2 −3 =2);
- In 1939, at reserve board in the 8th Olympiad in Buenos Aires (+4 −2 =1).
In September 1939, when World War II broke out, Sulik, along with many other participants of the 8th Chess Olympiad decided to stay in Argentina. In 1940, he took 2nd place, behind Aristide Gromer, in Buenos Aires (Bodas de Plata). In 1941, he tied for 10-12th in the Mar del Plata 1941 chess tournament (Gideon Ståhlberg won).
- Passengers of the Piriápolis
- "List of players who remained in Argentina in 1939 (notes in Spanish)". Archived from the original on 21 October 2009.
- South Australian Chess Champions