Dead player of the club “What? Where? When?” Michael Bass
St. PETERSBURG, August 13 — RIA Novosti. A biologist, ecologist and educator Michael bass, who participated in the games of “What? Where? When?” since 1990, died from acute leukemia, according to his colleagues.
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“I can’t believe I can’t forgive myself for not found time to see this month, when Mike was treated in Israel. The bright memory. My condolences to the family,” wrote a participant, “What? Where? When?” Irina Ghandilyan on the bass page in Facebook.
It follows from the comments on this page, bass died on Sunday from acute leukemia, a progressive during the month. About the date and place of farewell is not reported.
Bass was born in 1970. He graduated from the Leningrad Polytechnical Institute on a speciality “Biophysics”. Worked in the laboratory of ecology of animals and biomonitoring in Saint-Petersburg city Palace of youth creativity (formerly the Palace of pioneers), as well as at the Institute of experimental medicine and ecological-biological center “Krestovsky island”. Bass is also known as the teacher of additional education and organized the city Olympiad of St. Petersburg on biology.
In 1990, bass debuted in the television version of game “What? Where? When?” and later became one of the most famous players on the team Alexei Blinov and holder of the title “immortal member of the club”.