He played for Israel in ten Chess Olympiads.
- In 1958, he played at second reserve board at the 13th Chess Olympiad in Munich (+1 –3 =5).
- In 1960, he played at first reserve board at the 14th Chess Olympiad in Leipzig (+4 –2 =5).
- In 1962, he played at fourth board at the 15th Chess Olympiad in Varna (+5 –4 =1).
- In 1964, he played at second board at the 16th Chess Olympiad in Tel Aviv (+7 –3 =6).
- In 1966, he played at second board at the 17th Chess Olympiad in Havana (+6 –3 =6).
- In 1968, he played at third board at the 18th Chess Olympiad in Lugano (+9 –1 =4).
- In 1970, he played at second board at the 19th Chess Olympiad in Siegen (+6 –0 =10).
- In 1972, he played at second board at the 20th Chess Olympiad in Skopje (+7 –2 =9).
- In 1974, he played at second board at the 21st Chess Olympiad in Nice (+5 –5 =4).
- In 1976, he played at second board at the 22nd Chess Olympiad in Haifa (+2 –2 =5).
In 1959, he took 2nd in the Israeli championship.
In tournaments he was 4th= at Netanya 1961, 2nd= at Tel Aviv 1966 (Svetozar Gligorić won), tied for 7-10th at Netanya 1968 (Bobby Fischer won), 8th at Netanya 1969 (Samuel Reshevsky won), 6th at Netanya 1971, 13th at Manila 1974, 2nd at Netanya 1975, 1st= at Beer-Sheva 1976, 13th= at Hastings 1976/77 (Oleg Romanishin won), 3rd at Raman Ha-Sharon 1979.
In 2001, he was 9th= in Saint Vincent (European Seniors). The event was won by Jacob Murey.
In 2004, he played for Israel at third board, and won team gold medal at 1st World Senior Team Championship, Port Erin (Isle of Man).
- Gaige, Jeremy (1987), Chess Personalia, A Biobibliography, McFarland, p. 227, ISBN 0-7864-2353-6
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- 1st World Senior Team Chess Championship, Isle Of Man, 5-12 October 2004