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|Feb-29-04|| ||PizzatheHut: <ConLaMismaMano> I've never heard of him. Could you explain why he's your favorite player? |
|Mar-01-04|| ||ConLaMismaMano: First because he's from Argentina, where I was born, second because he's a "normal" 2500s GM but there days in which he can beat anyone, check out his games against Topalov, Shirov and Morozevich. And finally and most importantly because i like very much his playing style. |
|Mar-01-04|| ||meloncio: Now he lives in Sevilla (Spain), my hometown, where sometimes I meet him. Last time I saw him, just before Christmas, he had a very long beard as a biblical patriarch. |
|Mar-28-04|| ||ruylopez900: An interesting fellow. Shame no one's commented on his 24 hours in the spotlite as Player of the Day.... |
|Jul-23-04|| ||meloncio: No news from Christmas time about him. |
|Jul-23-04|| ||islero: <meloncio> I met Campora yesterday http://www.fsajedrez.com/torneos/20... (25' games)
no biblical patriarch beard though. |
|Dec-26-04|| ||Benzol: Daniel Hugo Campora
Born 30th June 1957 in San Nicolas
He was awarded the IM title in 1982.
|Jun-30-06|| ||chessgames.com: We just did something unprecedented: we switched the player of the day to Daniel Campora. The reason we did this is that we are testing out new POTD system.|
From this point forward, the Player of the Day will no longer be randomly selected, but instead will be picked from a list which mostly coincides with player's birthdays, and sometimes relevant holidays. We think this will be much more fair and interesting than the random system.
|Jun-30-06|| ||Confuse: <chessgames.com> i thought u already did that what with all the coincidences already! thats cool though, thanks for your hard work : )|
|Jul-01-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Daniel Campora|
CAMPORA, Daniel H.
|Mar-11-07|| ||Inf: well he is past his prime...|
|May-18-08|| ||Albertan: Campora was the Gold Medal Winner for best performance on board one at the Moscow 1994 Chess Olympiad. In this event he defeated (elo in brackets, opponents listed based on road they played Campora) :James (2260),Mitkov (2495), K. Spraggett (2530),Hai (2475),Morozevich (2575),drew with Oll (2615) and defeated Robatsch (2410, Topalov (2645) and Torre (2520).|
Mar-11-07 stated: : well he is past his prime... >
I do not agree. Campora's elo has risen the past few years. According to the FIDE website, Camporas' elo is now 2532.
|Jun-21-08|| ||xanadu: Albertan: nice to meet you again in Chessgames, after a long time. Regards, Xanadu|
|Jun-21-08|| ||MichAdams: < We think this will be much more fair and interesting than the random system.>|
|Jun-21-08|| ||falso contacto: past his prime?!
not the wisest thing to say.
|Jun-23-08|| ||Albertan: Xanadu, hi again,thanks for the welcome back :)|
|May-01-09|| ||Augalv: GM Cámpora wins VII International Open Chess Tournament “LAUDE El Altillo School."|
Official website (in Spanish):
|Jul-10-09|| ||WhiteRook48: his name rings a bell|
|Jun-30-10|| ||wordfunph: <ConLaMismaMano: This is my favorite player, has beaten players such as Morozevich, Shirov, Gulko, Geller, Jiangchuan (China's top player), Granda Zuñiga, Topalov, Timman, Sutovsky, Short, Karjakin, etc.>|
...and Bent Larsen.
|Jun-30-10|| ||estebansponton: Vamos Daniel querido!!!!!! Vamos Argentina|
|Jun-30-10|| ||WhiteRook48: happy birthday|
|Apr-16-12|| ||smurph: nigel davies at chess improver suggests he could be a model for older players|
|Jul-10-12|| ||fm avari viraf: <chessgames.com> Daniel, be prepared, my birthday comes on 24 Jan 2013. Select my game right now.|
|Jul-16-12|| ||Yopo: daniel hugo campora sivori|
|Dec-02-13|| ||Gottschalk: [Event "Zonal"]
[Black "Granda Zuniga,Julio"]
1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 e6 4. O-O Nge7 5. Re1
a6 6. Bf1 d5 7. d3 d4 8. e5 Nd5 9. g3
Be7 10. Bg2 b5 11. Nbd2 Bb7 12. Ne4 Qc7 13. Bg5
O-O 14. Bxe7 Ncxe7 15. h4 Rad8 16. a4 Nc6 17. axb5
axb5 18. Nxc5 Nxe5 19. Nxb7 Nxf3+ 20. Bxf3 Qxb7 21. Qd2
Rc8 22. Ra5 Rc5 23. b4 Rc3 24. Qg5 Rxc2 25. Bxd5
exd5 26. Re7 Qc6 27. Qf4 Rb2 28. Raa7 Qf6 29. Qxf6
gxf6 30. Red7 Rxb4 31. Rxd5 Kg7 32. Rb7 Rc8 33. Rdd7
Rf8 34. Kg2 h5 35. Kf3 Kg6 36. Kf4 Rb1 37. Rxd4
Re8 38. Rdd7 Rb2 39. f3 Re5 40. d4 Rb4 41. g4
hxg4 42. fxg4 Kh6 43. Rd8 Kg7 44. Rbb8 1-0
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