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Zbigniew Doda

Zbigniew Doda
Country Poland
Born 22 February 1931
Poznań, Poland
Title International Master (1964)

Zbigniew Doda (22 February 1931 - 8 February 2013) was a Polish chess player who twice won the Polish Chess Championship in 1964 and 1967. FIDE International Master (1964).

Chess career

In the 1960s and 1970s Doda belonged to the leading Polish chess players. In 1953 he made his debut in the Polish Chess Championship. The first success was in 1960, where he won the silver medal. Polish champion Zbigniew Doda has won twice (1964, 1967), and title runner-up - three times (1960, 1962, 1965). Performances at the Chess Olympiad in Varna and in the tournament in Berlin in 1962 Doda fulfilled the norm of the title International Master that FIDE granted him in 1964.

In 1968 Doda won the tournament B in Wijk aan Zee, and a year later he participated in Hoogovens Wijk aan Zee tournament A and took seventh place. In 1975 Doda won third place in Rubinstein Memorial in Polanica-Zdrój.

Zbigniew Doda played for Poland in Chess Olympiads:

Zbigniew Doda played for Poland in European Team Chess Championship: