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Jose Arango Casado
  
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Years covered: 1956


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JOSE ARANGO CASADO
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Last updated: 2017-01-13 05:18:17

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Fischer vs J A Casado ½-½481956Simul, 12bB32 Sicilian

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Oct-12-17  machuelo: JosÚ Arango formˇ parte del equipo cubano que participˇ en el Mundial Estudiantil de Ajedrez en Marianzke Lazne, Checoslovaquia en 1962. (Jose Arango played with the Cuban team that participated in the Students Tournament, Marianzke Lazne, 1962).
Nov-07-17  machuelo: I'm loocking for Dr. JosÚ Arango Casado, who played this game with Robert Fischer. As a young person Arango algo witness the game Fischer-JosÚ R. Florido, Havana 1956. Until a just few years ago, Arango lived in Havana. If somebody knows about him, please tell him to communicate with Miguel A Sanchez (sanchezpose2000@hotmail.com) about his game and Fischer in HaVANA, 1956.
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