|Aug-26-03|| ||Ribeiro: Thanks, chessgames.com! |
|Feb-03-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Raul Sanguineti|
|Feb-03-06|| ||yoozum: A bloody good player.|
|Feb-03-08|| ||brankat: One of those masters who, for their own different reasons, never fully extended himself. Still, he had left us some fine chess games.|
Happy Birthday Mr.Sanguinetti!
|Feb-03-08|| ||Benzol: Is Renato Sanguineti related at all or a completely different player altogether?|
|Feb-03-08|| ||brankat: <Benzol> I think Renato Sanguineti is a different player, an older one. Perhaps a father or an uncle.|
Also, there is probably mistake with the first 3 games listed above. I think they are Renato's.
You will notice:
-- The games were played between 1945-47, then a gap of 7 years.
-- RAUL Sanguuineti was 12-13 years old at the time. It is highly unlikely he was playing Najdorf and J.Bolbochan in Mar del Plata at that age.
-- At the same time RENATO Sanguineti was active consistently 1944-1950, while competing with the likes of Najdorf, Pilnik, Eliskases, Euwe, Gligoric, Rosetto, Bolbochan.
-- Also, it is quite likely, that the last game played by RENATO, listed on his page here, is actually the one against Gligoric, 1950.
-- Then there is a 5 year gap. The last 2 listed were most likely RAUL'S games. By that time he was in full stride.
|Feb-03-08|| ||Benzol: <brankat> Thanks. You may be right. I wonder whether <von Krolock> would know for sure?|
|Feb-03-08|| ||brankat: <Benzol> Yes, <vonKrolock> may know. The Sanguinetis were from his neighborhood :-)|
|Feb-03-08|| ||vonKrolock: <Benzol, brankat> Sure they are two differents <R. Sanguineti>. Much more references to Ra˙l, for instance in the statistics of http://www.ajedrezargentina.org/res... Nice to discover he was born in Paranß - therefore a 'paranaense' like myself, but this can be somewhat misleading, because the argentinian city is not that closely related to the brasilian State - not like the sister cities of Foz do Iguašu in Brazil and Puerto Iguaz˙ in Argentina :)|
|Feb-03-08|| ||Calli: An additional complication is a third player. Jorge Sanguineti is listed, for instance, as the player in R Sanguineti vs Eliskases, 1953 by Chessbase.|
|Feb-03-08|| ||Caissanist: <One of those masters who, for their own different reasons, never fully extended himself. Still, he had left us some fine chess games.> |
Well, you could say pretty much the same thing about most of South America's best players from the last century. Unless they were willing and able to live in Europe most of the time, or wealthy enough to buy lots of expensive plane tickets, there just wasn't any way for them to get enough games against top competition.
|May-01-09|| ||Augalv: http://www.p4r.org.ar/biografias/sa...|
|Feb-03-11|| ||Penguincw: R.I.P. <Raul Sanguineti>.|
|Dec-23-13|| ||Gottschalk: [Event "?"]
[Site "Mar del Plata"]
1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O
Nxe4 6. d4 b5 7. Bb3 d5 8. dxe5 Be6 9. Qe2
Nc5 10. Rd1 Nxb3 11. axb3 Qc8 12. c4 bxc4 13. bxc4
dxc4 14. Nbd2 Be7 15. Nxc4 O-O 16. Qe4 Nb4 17. Nd6
cxd6 18. Qxb4 Qc5 19. Qxc5 dxc5 20. Bg5 f6 21. exf6
gxf6 22. Bf4 Rfd8 23. h3 Bc4 24. Bc7 Rxd1+ 25. Rxd1
Bb5 26. Nh4 Rc8 27. Ba5 Rc6 28. Nf5 Bf8 29. Rd8
Re6 30. Bc3 Kf7 31. g4 Re8 32. Nd6+ Bxd6 33. Rxd6
Re6 34. Rd5 Rc6 35. f4 Bc4 36. Rh5 Kg8 37. Kf2
Bf7 38. Rf5 Kg7 39. h4 h6 40. h5 Be8 41. g5
hxg5 42. fxg5 Kh7 43. g6+ Kg7 44. Kg3 Bd7 45. Rxf6
Rxf6 46. Kh4 1-0