An American-French-Russian-Greek chess Grandmaster who was simply heralded by around the world for his brilliance, artistry, and gamesmanship. He was the International Professional in 1950 as well as the Grandmaster in 1953; he gained the 1955 U.S. Open up Championship after shifting to america. His name was positioned upon the Rossolimo Deviation of the Sicilian Defence. His dad was a painter and portraitist and his mom was a battle correspondent and aristocratic article writer; his uncle was neurologist and psychiatrist, Grigory Ivanovich Rossolimo. He defeated Globe Champion Potential Euwe twice.