|Feb-08-11|| ||technical draw: Hmmm, I thought Igor got an MD...|
|Jul-15-12|| ||brankat: Happy Birthday Dr.Juan Carlos Gonzales!|
|Jul-15-12|| ||Stonehenge: Happy 95th Birthday :)|
|Oct-05-13|| ||jerseybob: To elaborate on the intro above, that quote comes from the January '47 CR, which features Dr.Juan on the cover.|
|Oct-05-13|| ||mojonera: Dr Juan Gonzalez falleció hace años , Chess Games lo confunde con el GM Juan Carlos Gonzalez Zamora .|
|Oct-05-13|| ||jerseybob: Mojo: I've seen other posts from you in English. Could you do us a solid here?|
|Nov-15-13|| ||ganso: jerseybob: mojonera says that Dr Juan Gonzalez passed away years ago and that CG has him confused with GM Juan Carlos Gonzalez Zamora.|
|Nov-18-13|| ||jerseybob: Ganso:Thanks, but actually, I deduced what he was saying; my post wasn't really to get a translation. It was more a plea for courtesy.|
|Sep-20-14|| ||Eduardo Bermudez: I played against Dr. Juan Gonzalez some Blitz games in Little Havanna Chess Club Miami 1991, while "Yuyo" Fernandez ask to me for information about colombian old chess players like Cuéllar, Sanchez, de Greiff and Minaya !|
|Jul-12-16|| ||zanzibar: Thanks <jerseybob> for that info.|
<CG> - Could some editor tag the quote in the intro accordingly?
Also, it would be wonderful to have a scan of that cover. Does anybody have the issue?
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<Juan Gonzalez in his column (26th February 1956) which occasionally appeared in the Diario de la Marina (Havana). >
From the <Unknown Bobby Fischer>.
|Dec-18-16|| ||machuelo: I'm surprise there is not games from the Capablanca Memorial 1962 in which Juan González participated, or from the Leipzig Chess Olympic Games of 1960. Dr. González, or simply 'Juanito' as his friend called him, passed away in Miami many years ago. During his youth he was a personal friend of José Raúl Capablaca and was with the great Cuban master when he visited the city of Santa Clara, Cuba, in October of 1938.|
|Oct-06-17|| ||machuelo: Sorry about my comment on Dec.18.16. There are several games of Dr. Gonzalez during the Capablanca Memorial 1962, but not his victory against Polugaevsky in the same tournament.|
|Oct-22-17|| ||Stonehenge: Info in Spanish:
|Oct-22-17|| ||Fusilli: <Stonehenge> Thank you. I added a few things to his bio based on the article you linked to.|
Too bad he vanished. It appears that his date and place of death (assuming he did die) are unknown.
|Aug-31-18|| ||machuelo: I do have the cover of Chess Review. Do somebody how to post it?|
|Aug-31-18|| ||Pyke: <machuelo: I do have the cover of Chess Review. Do somebody how to post it?>|
Not sure, but you might want to try asking here:
|Sep-01-18|| ||offramp: He can't really be from Vega. That's like 25 light years away.|
|Sep-01-18|| ||perfidious: One word says it all: you never know.|