Marcel Deslauriers (born in Montreal on July 22, 1905; died December 1988) was a Canadian/Québécois international draughts player. In 1956 he became the only North American, male or female, to win Draughts World Championship. A tournament in Canada was named in his honor and a book was written on him and his strategies.
Book on Deslauriers
- L.J.A Koops, Marcel Deslauriers : Partijen, fragmenten en analyses
- "Canadian checkers federation" (PDF). Archived from the original on June 22, 2004. Retrieved 2013-09-30.
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