Georgy Tadzhikhanovich Agzamov (September 6, 1954, Tashkent – August 27, 1986, Sevastopol) was a Soviet chess Grandmaster, the first from Central Asia. He became an International Master in 1982 and was awarded the Grandmaster title in 1984.
In 1971, he took 2nd place in the USSR Junior Chess Championship, held in Riga.
In 1973, he played in his first Uzbekistani chess championship. He won the event in 1976 and 1981.
He was the first Grandmaster from Uzbekistan in 1984.
He was a philologist.
In 1986, after finishing a chess tournament in Sevastopol in the Crimea, he was accidentally killed when he went hiking and fell off a cliff and became trapped between two rocks. Passers by heard his cries for help, but he was too deep down, and by the time rescue crews got to him, it was too late.
- Georgy Agzamov Chess.com
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