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Yuri Averbakh

A former Soviet-Russian chess participant who was simply considered in 2013 to become the oldest living Grandmaster in the globe. He earned the Moscow Tournament in 1949, which released his profession. He was regarded as among the strongest protective players in contemporary chess. His dad was a German Jew and his mom was from Russia. He frequently competed against fellow Russian great Boris Spassky during his profession.

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