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Jose Miguel Ridameya Tatche
Number of games in database: 10
Years covered: 1992 to 2006
Last FIDE rating: 2064 (2009 rapid)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2204
Overall record: +3 -5 =2 (40.0%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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(born Jul-07-1929, died Jun-25-2015, 85 years old) Spain

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. J Ridameya Tatche vs J Otazu Ojer  1-0121992ZaragozaB33 Sicilian
2. J Ridameya Tatche vs J R Menac Comas  ½-½271993Manresa opB10 Caro-Kann
3. E P De La Prida vs J Ridameya Tatche  0-1131993SevilleC25 Vienna
4. J Becerra Rivero vs J Ridameya Tatche  1-0591999Malaga OpenC88 Ruy Lopez
5. J Ridameya Tatche vs B Lalic  0-1482001XXVI OpenB27 Sicilian
6. J Ridameya Tatche vs R O Perez Garcia  0-1482001IV OpenB06 Robatsch
7. S Alonso vs J Ridameya Tatche  ½-½352001IV OpenC45 Scotch Game
8. J Ridameya Tatche vs S Estremera Panos  0-1482001IV OpenB40 Sicilian
9. J Ridameya Tatche vs A Valle Cirera  1-0202006Barbera del Valles op 29thC24 Bishop's Opening
10. J M Lopez Martinez vs J Ridameya Tatche  1-0252006XXIX Open Barbera del VallesC88 Ruy Lopez
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  wordfunph: GM Mihail Marin on Jose Ridameya Tatche..

<Life as a chess player in Spain was not too rewarding in those days, so Ridameya chose to focus on his career. When he retired around 1990, he made two major changes in life: he married an elegant lady of a similar age, and started playing chess again. Most chess players know that wives do not like it when their husbands go away for tournaments but Jose found a simple solution: he taught his wife the game! Since then they have been travelling from one event to another, spending more time on the tournament circuit than at home.>

Source: Grandmaster Versus Amateur

Jun-25-15  BIDMONFA: Jose Ridameya Tatche


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