Geller, Efim (1925-1998)
|Alternative last name spellings: –|
|Alternative first name spellings: Yefim Petrovich.|
|Description: Efim Geller was a Soviet chess player. He won the Soviet Championship twice and was a Candidate for the World Championship on six occasions. He won four Ukrainian Championship titles and he was once World Seniors’ Champion. Geller was the coach to Boris Spassky and Anatoly Karpov.|
|Sex: Male.||Occupation: Chess player and coach.|
|Place of Birth / Death: Odessa, Soviet Union / Moscow, Russia||Country Tags: Ukraine. Russia.|
|Centuries: XX.||Title: Grandmaster (1992).|
|World Champion: World Senior Champion (1992)||School: –|
|Styles: Tactical and attacking.||Chess Olympiads: 1952, 1954, 1956, 1962, 1968, 1970, 1980.|
|Tournaments: 1 (Caissa Trophy 2018. 4/9)|
|Fictional stories (MC Universe): No|
|Music Composers vs. Chess Players: No|
- Ajedrez de ataque: Efim Geller, el matagigantes: http://www.ajedrezdeataque.com/04%20Articulos/34%20Geller/Geller.htm – [01/06/2018].
- Chessbase.com: Efim Geller – [01/06/2018].
- Efim Geller at Olimpbase.org: https://www.olimpbase.org/players/kwcqa64c.html – [01/06/2018].
- Efim Geller at chess.com: https://www.chess.com/es/article/view/efim-geller-asesino-sobre-el-tablero – [01/06/2018].
- Efim Geller chess games at 365Chess.com: https://www.365chess.com/players/Efim_Geller – [01/06/2018].
- Efim Geller in chess.com: https://www.chess.com/article/view/a-threat-to-the-champions – [01/06/2018].
- Efim Geller player profile and games at Chessgames.com: http://www.chessgames.com/player/efim_geller.html – [01/06/2018].
- Wikipedia the free encyclopedia: Efim Geller: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Efim_Geller – [01/06/2018].
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