|Ragozin in 1960|
|The Great Najdorf|
This tournament was an important victory for Bronstein as it won him the Soviet Grandmaster title and put him on his was to challenging Botvinnik for the world championship. See my post on Bronstein HERE. He finished undefeated ahead of Szabo, Boleslavsky, Kotov, Lilienthal and Bondarevsky. Going in, Najdorf was a favorite, but he had a poor tournament and finished tied for 6th to 8th (out of 20 players) with Stahlberg and Flohr.