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Jean Raoux
Number of games in database: 3
Years covered: 1913 to 1920

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(born 1887, died Nov-1930, 43 years old) Switzerland (federation/nationality United Kingdom)

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He was of Swiss-French origins, but made his home in England beginning in 1912. He tried to join the French army in 1914, but was rejected for medical reasons. At first, he lived in Brighton where he won the Sussex championship. Raoux soon moved to Bromley and won the Kent championship. He was Secretary of the Bromley Chess Club in 1919. Raoux often represented Midland Bank in chess leagues.

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Ed. Lasker vs J Raoux  1-0231913ParisC49 Four Knights
2. J Raoux vs J Du Mont 1-0211913HastingsB01 Scandinavian
3. J Raoux vs E Spencer  0-1411920BromleyC71 Ruy Lopez
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