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Fritz Gygli (born November 1896, Villachern – died April 1980, Zurich) was a Swiss chess master. He tied for 3rd-4th at St. Gallen 1920, tied for 4-8th at Neuchâtel 1922, shared 2nd at Interlaken 1924, took 2nd at Zurich 1925, tied for 3rd-4th at Geneva 1926, tied for 5-6th at Biel 1927, tied for 4-5th at Basel 1928, took 3rd at Schaffhausen, and took 5th at Lausanne 1930.[1] In the 1930s, he took 4th at Berne 1932 (Quadrangular), took 15th at Berne 1932 (an event won by Alexander Alekhine), tied for 3rd-4th at Berne 1933 (Quadrangular),[2] took 11th at Zurich 1934 (Alekhine won),[3] and took 6th at Montreux 1939. Gygli represented Switzerland in Chess Olympiads at The Hague 1928, Warsaw 1935, and in 3rd unofficial Chess Olympiad at Munich 1936. He also played in friendly matches for Switzerland against France (1946), Yugoslavia (1949), and West Germany (1952).[4] He won the Swiss Championship in 1941.[5] References ^ http://www.anders.thulin.name/SUBJECTS/CHESS/CTCIndex.pdf Name Index to Jeremy Gaige's Chess Tournament Crosstables, An Electronic Edition, Anders Thulin, Malmö, 2004-09-01 ^ http://www.rogerpaige.me.uk/index.htm ^ Welcome to the Chessmetrics site ^ OlimpBase :: the encyclopaedia of team chess ^ svizzera External links Fritz Gygli player profile at ChessGames.com Persondata Name Gygli, Fritz Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1896 Place of birth Date of death 1980 Place of death This biographical article relating to a Swiss chess figure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e