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|Aug-17-11|| ||Antiochus: Fier won the Zonal 2.4
link to the games:
|Aug-30-11|| ||wordfunph: <Alexandr Hilario Takeda dos Santos Fier> GM with the longest name.|
<Jun Xu> GM with the shortest name.
|Sep-16-12|| ||Antiochus: Life and games:
|Feb-10-13|| ||stanleys: He just won the Bulgarian Open Championship with 8,5/9! Congratulations!|
|Feb-10-13|| ||whiteshark: <Antiochus: Life and games> It can be found under|
|Aug-16-13|| ||Antiochus: <whiteshark>
Thanks for his update.
Some more liks of interest are here:
|Aug-20-13|| ||waustad: After losing to Baskaran Adhiban in the second round of the World Cup 2013, he quickly got to Vienna to play in http://www.vienna-chess-open.at/. He's at 3.5/4 and is playing black against Eva Moser in round 5.|
|Jan-30-14|| ||ketchuplover: Drew Adams who was 200 points above him!|
|Jan-30-14|| ||mindanalyzer: Wow Mr Takeda has a very long name|
|Jan-31-14|| ||John Abraham: He must be part Japanese.|
|Jun-06-14|| ||cbpatzer: Fier is currently playing a tournament https://arena.chessdom.com/#/stream...|
|Jun-07-14|| ||HeMateMe: Is it legal to have that much name? Does it all fit on a passport?|
|Jun-07-14|| ||TheFocus: They write on the front and back of the page.|
|Jun-07-14|| ||TheFocus: On my Native American passport, my name is recorded as <He Who Rises At Dawn, Yawns, Farts, Steps Out Of The Teepee, Walks Into The Bushes, Pisses On A Pretty Flower, Scratches His Right Butt Cheek, Scratches His Left Butt Cheek, Shivers From The Cold, Decides To Go Back To Bed> .|
I misspelled that once on an application and have been referred to as <The Otter That Refuses To Brush His Teeth> ever since.
Just one stinking wrong-placed letter can ruin a guy.
|Jun-07-14|| ||john barleycorn: He probably holds an accordion type passport|
|Jun-07-14|| ||john barleycorn: You know the story about the guy who had this tatoo which read "WENDY" on his best friend?|
|Jun-07-14|| ||TheFocus: No, I don't.|
|Jun-07-14|| ||TheFocus: That was odd. <CG> refused to accept my post of <No> or <Nope> .|
|Jun-07-14|| ||john barleycorn: come to my parlour...|
|Jun-07-14|| ||TheFocus: Said the spider to the fly.|
|Jun-07-14|| ||HeMateMe: It seems to be a combination Russian/Spanish/Japanese name. Mom must have thought he was special.|
|Jul-24-14|| ||zanzibar: <HMM> Hopefully, your mom thought you special too!|
Picture of Fier:
And this of him and Mecking:
|Jul-24-14|| ||zanzibar: Apparently, <CG> missed a syllable or two in his name (according to Wiki):|
<Alexandr Hilário Takeda Sakai dos Santos Fier>
|Jul-26-14|| ||zanzibar: A little more bio info:
Alexandr Hilario Takeda dos Santos Fier Sakai was born in Joinville (SC) [Santa Catarina, Brazil] on March 11, 1988. Began his career in 1995 winning (with only 6 years old) the sub-10 Campeonato Paranaense. From there starts to accumulate titles in the youth standing out among them the vice-world under-10 championship 1998, held in Oropesa del Mar, Spain. Gets the title of International Master at 16 and the Grand Master at 18 (the youngest Brazilian to win this distinction).
Among his great performances highlight the conquest of unbeaten 72 ° Campeonato Brasileiro in Guarulhos, São Paulo state championship 2005 and the 2007/08 and three times won the South American Youth Championship. Represented Brazil at the Olympics in Calvia 2004 and Torino 2006 Khanty Mansiysk 2010. In November 2009 reached the rating of 2653, thus becoming the number 1 in Brazil and 76 in the world. It has a whole future ahead. He currently resides in Curitiba, Paraná.>
|Jul-26-14|| ||zanzibar: And finally, a quote of his from a blog following his career:|
<"I play chess! Life is just a hobby." -Alexandr Fier>
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