International-master



noun
1.
a chess player of high ability but below the level of International Grand Master, as determined through specified types of international competitions.
noun
1.
(chess) the second highest title awarded by the FIDE to a player: won by obtaining a certain number of points during specific international chess tournaments Often shortened to master Compare grandmaster (sense 2)

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