Number of games in database: 97
Years covered: 1970 to 2017
Last FIDE rating: 2190 (2138 rapid, 2116 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2415
Overall record: +16 -40 =41 (37.6%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
S Schweber vs F Trois, 1979 0-1
R Kuijf vs F Trois, 1983 1/2-1/2
F Trois vs J Szmetan, 1979 1/2-1/2
F Trois vs Tarjan, 1979 1/2-1/2
NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
Buenos Aires (Konex) (1979)
Riga Interzonal (1979)
🏆 1st AXPG Brazil Open
A Proudian vs F Trois (Oct-29-17) 1-0
F Trois vs Y Santiago (Oct-27-17) 0-1
F Trois vs D Di Berardino (Apr-30-17) 0-1
F Trois vs N Delgado Ramirez (Jan-27-17) 0-1
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| page 1 of 4; games 1-25 of 97
|1. A Palacios vs F Trois
|| ||0-1||53||1970||Villa Gesell Madariaga 5th||B23 Sicilian, Closed|
|2. H Marinho vs F Trois
||1-0||37||1971||South Zonal Brazilian Championship||E92 King's Indian|
|3. F Trois vs Browne
|| ||0-1||34||1972||Chess Olympiad Final-C||B93 Sicilian, Najdorf, 6.f4|
|4. F Trois vs G Bonner
|| ||1-0||40||1972||Chess Olympiad Final-C||B14 Caro-Kann, Panov-Botvinnik Attack|
|5. H MacGrillen vs F Trois
||½-½||10||1972||Chess Olympiad Final-C||A54 Old Indian, Ukrainian Variation, 4.Nf3|
|6. F Trois vs C Amado
||0-1||36||1975||Argentina||C81 Ruy Lopez, Open, Howell Attack|
|7. C Silva Sanchez vs F Trois
|| ||0-1||56||1975||Fortaleza zt||C60 Ruy Lopez|
|8. Quinteros vs F Trois
|| ||1-0||63||1977||Sao Paulo||E00 Queen's Pawn Game|
|9. F Trois vs J A Chaves
|| ||½-½||42||1977||Sao Paulo||B17 Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation|
|10. F Trois vs L Bronstein
||0-1||44||1977||Sao Paulo||B44 Sicilian|
|11. Miles vs F Trois
|| ||0-1||35||1977||Sao Paulo||A21 English|
|12. F Trois vs J Kaplan
|| ||1-0||51||1977||Sao Paulo||E83 King's Indian, Samisch|
|13. F Trois vs A S Segal
|| ||½-½||56||1977||Sao Paulo||B04 Alekhine's Defense, Modern|
|14. H Camara vs F Trois
|| ||1-0||41||1977||Sao Paulo||B05 Alekhine's Defense, Modern|
|15. R Sanguineti vs F Trois
|| ||½-½||50||1977||Sao Paulo||E74 King's Indian, Averbakh, 6...c5|
|16. F Trois vs Razuvaev
||0-1||32||1977||Sao Paulo||A21 English|
|17. Benko vs F Trois
|| ||1-0||45||1977||Sao Paulo||A21 English|
|18. F Trois vs H Van Riemsdijk
|| ||½-½||15||1977||Sao Paulo||B40 Sicilian|
|19. F Trois vs A Rocha
|| ||½-½||24||1977||Sao Paulo||A14 English|
|20. Vaganian vs F Trois
|| ||1-0||35||1977||Sao Paulo||E76 King's Indian, Four Pawns Attack|
|21. C Silva Sanchez vs F Trois
|| ||0-1||33||1978||Tramandai Zonal||B06 Robatsch|
|22. Dzindzichashvili vs F Trois
|| ||1-0||56||1978||Olympiad||A21 English|
|23. W Schmidt vs F Trois
|| ||1-0||57||1978||Olympiad||E96 King's Indian, Orthodox, 7...Nbd7, Main line|
|24. F Trois vs Timman
|| ||0-1||43||1978||Olympiad||B30 Sicilian|
|25. F Trois vs Korchnoi
||0-1||36||1978||Olympiad||E45 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, Bronstein (Byrne) Variation|
| page 1 of 4; games 1-25 of 97
|Jul-20-04|| ||nikolaas: It seems that he once thought 2 hours and 20 minutes for one single move. |
|Dec-22-05|| ||martinshortsays: Yes I just got that as the "tip of the day" from the kchess program. It said the match took place in Vigo, Spain against Luis Santos. The longest think may have been out of spite as he apparently had only two legal moves to choose from.|
|Jan-04-06|| ||WMD: The critical position arose after:
1.c4 e5 2.Nc3 Nf6 3.Nf3 Nc6 4.e4 Bc5 5.Nxe5 Bxf2+ 6.Kxf2 Nxe5 7.d4 and finally 7...Ng6
The story goes that Santos asked him: 'How are you able to spend more than two hours when you only had two possible moves? I don't understand.' 'Me neither,' came the reply.
|Apr-18-08|| ||Whitehat1963: He's not as good as his sister, Menage A.|
|May-18-09|| ||Chessical: Francisco Ricardo Trois was born on 3rd September 1946 in Canoas in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil|
He narrowly lost a match (1.5-2.5) against Rubinetti in Porto Alegre 1976.
He qualified for the Riga Interzonal from the South American zonal tournament, played in Tramandaí in 1978. This earned the title of International Master. At the Interzonal he came 17th out of 18 but he defeated Gennady Kuzmin and Florin Gheorghiu (who would have come second in that tournamant if he had won), and drew with Bent Larsen. As a consequence, Trois received several invitations to participate in international events and stayed in Europe, resident in Belgrade for some 18 months whilst he played in European competitions. He achieved third place in Reggio Emilia 1980/81, but decided to return to Brazil.
Again, after the the 1982 Olympiad in Lucerne, Trois spent several months in Europe playing in international tournaments. He currently resides in his hometown of Canoas, where he is Director of the Cultural Foundation of Canoas.
|May-18-09|| ||vonKrolock: <Chessical> very kind... His complete name is Francisco Ricardo Terres Trois - http://www.brasilbase.pro.br/jtrois...|
*** en passant - in our match from 1974, in an event called then <"Team Tournament Sesquicentennial German Immigration">, played in Novo Hamburgo 1974, Rio Grande do Sul and Paraná drew in the first round 2-2: In the first board Trois and Sunyé drew in a long ♖+♗ vs ♖ endgame in which <"terrible"> Trois tried to win until the very last of the fifty moves; in the second board Pereira vs Kornin 1.d4 ♘f6 2.c4 e6 3.♘c3 ♗b4 etc 0-1 ; Otto Mak vs Midugno 0-1 , then Marini drew in the fourth board , therefore the account of personal results in the now called <8th Braziian Team Ch> needs still some repairs http://www.brasilbase.pro.br/bre197...
|Nov-27-10|| ||kbob: I disagree somewhat with the hype over the long think. If the position given by commentor WMD is correct, it seems to me there are at least four night moves to consider, some leading to great complications and possible sacrifices. Furthermore, I count thirty legal moves in the position for black.|
|Sep-15-12|| ||Antiochus: Life and games:
|Dec-09-13|| ||Yopo: [Event "Wch Seniors 23rd 2013"]
[White "Vladimir Stepovoj"]
[Black "Francisco R.T Trois"]
1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. cxd5 cxd5 4. Nc3 Nf6 5. Bf4 Nc6 6. e3 Bf5 7. Qb3 Na5 8.
Bb5+ Bd7 9. Qa4 Nc6 10. Nf3 a6 11. Bxc6 Bxc6 12. Qb3 e6 13. Ne5 Bd6 14. Nxc6
bxc6 15. Bxd6 Qxd6 16. O-O O-O 17. Na4 e5 18. dxe5 Qxe5 19. h3 Ne4 20. Rfd1
Rab8 21. Qd3 Qf6 22. f3 Nd6 23. b3 Nf5 24. Rac1 Rbd8 25. e4 Nh4 26. Nc5 Qg5 27.
Qf1 Ng6 28. Kf2 h5 29. g3 h4 30. Qg2 Rfe8 31. gxh4 Qxh4+ 32. Qg3 Qf6 33. Kg1
Nf4 34. Rd2 dxe4 35. Nxe4 Rxe4 0-1
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