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Marcel Engelmann (born 1895, date of death unknown) was a Belgian chess master.

He won at Maastricht 1929 and took 3rd at Ghent 1929 (Edgard Colle won), both quadrangular tournaments.[1] He took 2nd, behind Georges Koltanowski, at Verviers 1930 (Belgian Chess Championship),[2] and tied for 4-6th at Liege 1934 (BEL-ch, Victor Soultanbeieff won).[3]

Engelmann played for Belgium on third board in the 5th Chess Olympiad at Folkestone 1933.[4] Today there is a website about him. [5]

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See also: Engelmann