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Benko's Opening
... Benko's Opening (also known as the Hungarian Opening, the Barcza Opening, the Bilek Opening, and the King's Fianchetto Opening), is a chess opening characterized by the move 1 ... The opening is named after Pal Benko, who used 1.g3 to defeat Bobby Fischer and Mikhail Tal in rounds one and three of the 1962 Candidates Tournament in Curaçao, part of the 1963 World Championship cycle ... Benko used the opening the first eleven times he was White in the tournament ...
Pal Benko - Other Achievements
... Benko finished in first place (or tied for first place) in eight U.S ... Benko played some of his very best chess in team competition ... At Varna 1962, Benko played board two, scored 8/12 for the silver medal on his board, and the USA finished fourth ...
World Chess Championship 1963 - Interzonal
... Leonid Stein (USSR), Pal Benko (USA), and Svetozar Gligorić (Yugoslavia) played a double round-robin playoff tournament which was dominated by Stein and Benko ... With Stein excluded, Benko took the final place in the Candidates Tournament ...
Gregory Benko
... Gregory Benko (born 9 October 1952) is a retired Australian foil fencer who competed at four Olympic Games ... After participating in the 1972 Summer Olympics, Benko was recruited as a member of the Wayne State University men's fencing team ... Benko participated in several international tournaments over the years, notably winning the 1975 Martini Rossi Invitational in New York and the 1982 Paris Invitational, and earning the Gold Medal in foil and épée at ...
Ma Non Troppo - Personnel
... Silence is Boris Benko Primož Hladnik All songs written and arranged by B ... Benko, except tracks 8 and 9, written by B ... Benko and P ...