B86 Rossetto Bashes Behrennsen
He was a five-time Argentine Champion (1942, 1944, 1947, 1962, and 1972). Rossetto won the Mar del Plata chess tournament in 1949 and again in 1952 (shared with Julio Bolbochán). He also won in Mar del Plata (KIM) in 1962.
After Miguel Najdorf he was the most important Argentine chess player of his time.
PICTURE: The dancer and actress Mitzi Mayfair (1914-1976) was mentioned in C.N. 7076 (see also Chess and Hollywood), and she appeared with Héctor Rossetto in this photograph from page 31 of the Oct 1945 Chess Review SOURCE: http://www.chesshistory.com/winter/winter90.html
GAME SOURCE: Modern Chess Miniatures ©1960 by IM Leonard Barden & Wolfgang Heidenfeld pp 54-5, unattributed analysis/notes by IM Barden; additonal analysis from MCO-15 ©2008