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Carl Friedrich Schmid
Born in Mitau, Russian Empire (today Jelgava, Latvia), he tied for 15-16th at Wiesbaden 1880 (Joseph Henry Blackburne, Berthold Englisch, and Adolf Schwarz won), and took 16th in the Berlin 1881 chess tournament (the 2nd DSB Congress, Blackburne won).
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