|Full name||Haukur Angantýsson|
2 December 1948|
|Died||4 May 2012(aged 63)|
|FIDE rating||2295 (January 2010)|
He was awarded the International Master title by FIDE in 1981.
Haukur won the Icelandic Chess Championship in 1976.
His greatest success was perhaps his victory in the 1979 World Open at Philadelphia (with 8/10), after tie-break with six other players, four of whom were grandmasters: Tony Miles, Florin Gheorghiu, Walter Browne, Arthur Bisguier, Bernard Zuckerman and John Fedorowicz.
- Haukur Angantýsson rating card at FIDE
- Haukur Angantýsson player profile and games at Chessgames.com
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