|Full name||César Boutteville|
24 June 1917|
Thin-Hao, French Indochina
|Died||21 May 2015
César Boutteville (24 June 1917 – 21 May 2015) was a French–Vietnamese chess master.
The son of a French father and a Vietnamese mother, Cesar Boutteville was born in Thin-Hao (or Thịnh Hào), nowadays part of Hanoi's urban district Dong Da. He moved with his family to France in 1929.
Boutteville represented France seven times in Chess Olympiads from 1956 to 1968. He also played in friendly matches against Switzerland (1946), Australia (1946), Czechoslovakia (1947) and the Soviet Union (1954).
He was still playing chess in his nineties. He died in his home in Versailles on 21 May 2015.
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