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Eduardo Bermudez
Member since Apr-13-09 · Last seen Jul-31-15
I live in Barranquilla, Colombia. Now I have 2050 FIDE rating. My favorite player is Boris Spassky. I was born in may 6 , 1957. I had been working like chess teacher for more than twenty five years and wrote the book "Seven Colombian Chessmasters".
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   Eduardo Bermudez has kibitzed 448 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-30-15 Spassky vs Bukic, 1978
Eduardo Bermudez: A truly talented chess player !!
   Jun-25-15 Browne vs Reshevsky, 1971
Eduardo Bermudez: I met both players on the 91st US Open Jacksonville, Florida August 5-17, 1990
   Jun-16-15 Ivanchuk vs Rozentalis, 1992
Eduardo Bermudez: After this defeat, Ivanchuk will play 84 games in row without loss on chess Olympiads !
   Jun-01-15 Suba vs Sax, 1983
Eduardo Bermudez: Fabulous variant of checkmate on f7 !!
   May-25-15 W M Duckworth vs Julio Bolbochan, 1991
Eduardo Bermudez: I would like to play like him at 71 !!
   May-17-15 Maroczy vs Tartakower, 1922 (replies)
Eduardo Bermudez: "A thorough understanding of the typical mating continuations makes the most complicated sacrificial combinations leading up to them not only difficult, but almost a matter of course." Tartakower
   May-11-15 D Byrne vs Fischer, 1956
Eduardo Bermudez: "I told a couple of stories about The Game of the Century. One was how, after Fischer's combination, Donald canvassed the other players to see if they thought he should honor Fischer's great play by letting the young man checkmate him. They approved, of course - at that ...
   Apr-26-15 Larsen vs O Castro, 1976
Eduardo Bermudez: OK, OSCAR !!
   Apr-15-15 O Castro vs Bronstein, 1977
Eduardo Bermudez: "The essence of chess is thinking about what chess is."
   Apr-15-15 O Castro vs Geller, 1976 (replies)
Eduardo Bermudez: The recently deceased Oscar Castro won the same year, 1976, Petrosian, Geller and Larsen, three top ten: 3,6 and 9 of the world at that time. The equivalent today to beat Kramnik, Grishuk and Topalov for a player 300 ELO points below them !!
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