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A grandmaster is an elite chess player. There are rigorous standards which a player must achieve to be awarded the title by FIDE, the international chess governing body. During the 1960s when the series is set, there were less than 100 grandmasters in the world, the majority of whom came from the Soviet Union.
 
A grandmaster is an elite chess player. There are rigorous standards which a player must achieve to be awarded the title by FIDE, the international chess governing body. During the 1960s when the series is set, there were less than 100 grandmasters in the world, the majority of whom came from the Soviet Union.
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A grandmaster is an elite chess player. There are rigorous standards which a player must achieve to be awarded the title by FIDE, the international chess governing body. During the 1960s when the series is set, there were less than 100 grandmasters in the world, the majority of whom came from the Soviet Union.

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