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Samuel Gonotsky (born in Russia, 1902; emigrated to the United States, 1906; died in Hurley Hospital, Detroit, of pleural tuberculosis, April 5, 1929) was a leading American checkers, or English draughts, player in the Two-Move Era (1863–1929). He is considered to be possibly the best "crossboard player" and the best US player of the 1920s.