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Some of a certain age will remember him for his Master Game appearances.
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Or indeed his role in the 1972 Spassky-Fischer World Championship Match. Sad news, though maybe some here will have anecdotes or recollections to share. Schmid certainly touched on a lot of areas, including chess history with his famous collections.
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Matt Mackenzie wrote:Some of a certain age will remember him for his Master Game appearances.
And a few will also remember him for his collection of 50,000 chess books. R.I.P.