Oscar Panno

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Oscar Roberto Panno (born 17 March 1935 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine chess Grandmaster. Panno was the first top world chess player born in South America. Panno won the 2nd World Junior Chess Championship in 1953, ahead of such future strong Grandmasters as Borislav Ivkov, Bent Larsen, and Fridrik Olafsson. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Oscar Panno has received more than 36,645 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Oscar Panno is the 109th most popular chess player (down from 98th in 2019), the 304th most popular biography from Argentina and the most popular Argentinean Chess Player.

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Among chess players, Oscar Panno ranks 109 out of 376Before him are Serafino Dubois, Tassilo von Heydebrand und der Lasa, Genrikh Kasparyan, Petar Trifunović, Esteban Canal, and Jackson Showalter. After him are Boris Kostić, Peter Romanovsky, Alexander McDonnell, Levon Aronian, Igor Bondarevsky, and Vasja Pirc.

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Among people born in 1935, Oscar Panno ranks 263Before him are Yıldırım Akbulut, Régine Deforges, Gary Peacock, Sandy Koufax, Fernando del Paso, and Johnny Mathis. After him are Ben Vautier, Victor J. Stenger, Mohammed Basindawa, Lee Hoi-chang, Rosenda Monteros, and Teddy Mayer.

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In Argentina

Among people born in Argentina, Oscar Panno ranks 304 out of 900Before him are Martín Demichelis (1980), Christian Bach (1959), Antonio Roma (1932), Eduardo Camaño (1946), Bérénice Bejo (1976), and Carlos Anaya (1777). After him are Eliseo Prado (1929), Ludovico Bidoglio (1900), Victorino de la Plaza (1840), Carlos Pachamé (1944), Abel Balbo (1966), and Julio Ricardo Cruz (1974).

Among CHESS PLAYERS In Argentina

Among chess players born in Argentina, Oscar Panno ranks 1After him are Julio Bolbochán (1920).