Marius Fabre

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Marius Fabre is also the name of a manufacturer of Marseille soap[1]
Marius Fabre, at age 30, is the one standing

Marius Fabre (born in Marseille on 18 April 1890; died in Paris on 16 March 1945) was off-and-on world champion in International draughts from 1926 to 1931.[1] The "Coup Fabre" move is named for him.[2] He was French champion before that, having first won the French championship in 1921.

Web sources[edit]

  1. ^ Quebec site
  2. ^ Lyons Draughts site (in French)