Levitina, Irina (1954)
|Alternative last name spellings: Solomonovna.|
|Alternative first name spellings: –|
|Description: Irina Levitina is a Russian-American professional chess player. She has been a World Championship candidate in 1984 and awarded the Woman Grandmaster title in 1976 and Woman International Master in 1972. In addition to chess, she has a professional career as a Bridge player.|
|Sex: Female.||Occupation: Chess player. Bridge player.|
|Place of Birth / Death: Leningrad, Soviet Union.||Country Tags: Russia. United States.|
|Centuries: XX-XXI||Title: Woman Grandmaster (1976).|
|World Champion: –||School: –|
|Style: –||Chess Olympiads: 1972, 1974, 1984, 1988, 1992.|
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- Irina Levitina at chess-db: https://chess-db.com/public/pinfo.jsp?id=2005956 – [24/04/2019].
- Irina Levitina at OlimpBase.org: http://www.olimpbase.org/playersw/z3ffdtrf.html – [24/04/2019].
- Irina Levitina chess games at 365chess.com: https://www.365chess.com/players/Irina_S_Levitina – [24/04/2019].
- Irina Levitina chess profile and games at Chessgames.com: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessplayer?pid=43635 – [24/04/2019].
- Irina Levitina FIDE Chess profile: https://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?event=2005956 – [24/04/2019].
- Thechesspedia.com: Irina Levitina: https://www.thechesspedia.com/levitina-irina-solomonovna/ – [24/04/2019].
- Wikipedia.org: Irina Levitina: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irina_Levitina – [24/04/2019].
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