Category:Paul Keres

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Paul Keres 
Estonian and Soviet chess player
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Name in native languagePaul Keres
Date of birth7 January 1916
Narva
Date of death5 June 1975
Helsinki
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  • natural causes
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Country for sport
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Member of
  • Student Society Liivika
Title of chess person
  • Grandmaster (1950–)
  • International Judge of Chess Compositions (1957–)
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