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Jimmy Lazos
Number of games in database: 1
Years covered: 1969

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(born 1938) United States of America

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James (Jimmy) Lazos won the 4th American Open at Santa Monica in 1968.

Last updated: 2018-03-23 19:47:37

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. T Weinberger vs J Lazos 1-0491969Santa Monica Masters InvitationalE70 King's Indian

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  Stonehenge: "drunk every round and in the saddest of physical conditions."

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  perfidious: Nice article by our own <andrewjsacks>.
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  yiotta: <perfidious: Nice article by our own <andrewjsacks>>It was a good article, although I don't think Westlake Park (in a poor area) became that seedy until it was overrun by drugs and thugs in perhaps the late sixties. I agree that Jimmy Lazos was more of a Steinitz than an Alekhine, which was odd, because his chessic muse, the player who most inspired him, was of course Alekhine. That was also true of Jerry Hankin, whose style was more restrained.
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