World Chess Champion tigran Petrosian of the Soviet Union has suffered his first defeat since he won the international title a month ago.
LS Interior where tournament being held
Sign "Piatigorsky Cup Chess Tournament"
MLS Mrs. Piatigorsky and Mr. Petrosian talking Cup in foreground
CU Faces of above
CU Camera pans from bottom to top of cup
LS Man standing before chess display board
Ms Man writing on pad - camera pan to face
MS Sign "Tigran Petrosian-U.S.S.R." pan to vacant side wit name of Gligoric of Yugoslavia
MS Group and audience waiting for match to begin
MS Gligoric arrives
CU Chess board pan to face of Russian
CU Gligoric's face
Gligoric makes move
CU Pan across chess board
Russian makes move - Yugoslavian writes on pad
Sponsors of tournament and the Piatigorsky Cup, general scenes of the tournament at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, scenes of the Petrosian-Gligoric match (Petrosian is on the right).
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Background: World Chess Champion tigran Petrosian of the Soviet Union has suffered his first defeat since he won the international title a month ago.
Petrosian lost to Svetozar Gligoric of Yugoslavia in the second round of the first Piatigorsky Cup Tournament at Los Angles California (American West Coast), on 3 July 1963.
Three hundred fans viewed the match, which ended with 12 moves made in the last five minutes.Gligoric scored a full point with the victory.He now is tied for the lead in the chess tourney with Miguel Najdorf of Argentina.
In other matches, Pal Benko of the United States and Paul Keres of the Soviet Union adjourned after 40 moves.Oscar R.Panno of Argentina and Samuel Reshevsky of the United States also adjourned.
Playoffs in both matches will be held on Friday (5 July).
Fredrik Olafsson of Iceland and Jandorf ended in a draw after 16 moves, giving each a half point.
The third round in the month-long tournament will be held on 7 July.