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Marcelo Bruno
Member since Jun-25-06
I live in Brasília, Brazil's federative capital, where I work at a public school. Music and chess are some of my greatest loves, although I like each field of the knowledge. My interest is to get more and more old chess games (I mean old until the earliest beginning of the 20th cenury); I use to play in the same style of the players from this period and consider that their games are my main source of inspiration. I also have experience on giving chess classes at schools in Brasília.

   Marcelo Bruno has kibitzed 113 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-27-19 J Rosanes vs Anderssen, 1862
 
Marcelo Bruno: A battle between two chessmasters that were mathematicians, too!
 
   May-19-19 Halprin vs Pillsbury, 1900
 
Marcelo Bruno: A true sacrifice orgy justified by quick development!
 
   May-11-19 Karl August Walbrodt
 
Marcelo Bruno: <offramp> 1.2 m (a little bit less than 4').
 
   May-09-19 Jouy vs La Bourdonnais, 1838
 
Marcelo Bruno: This game can be considered as his last will.
 
   May-06-19 Chigorin vs Blackburne, 1898
 
Marcelo Bruno: The mate with Queen is a pure one, and it doesn't matter even if the Pawn promotes to Rook.
 
   Apr-23-19 G Beihoff vs Pulvermacher, 1909
 
Marcelo Bruno: Backfire!
 
   Apr-23-19 Pulvermacher vs Capablanca, 1907
 
Marcelo Bruno: Backfire!
 
   Apr-23-19 NN vs Greco, 1625
 
Marcelo Bruno: And before Lucena two years earlier Francesch Vicent put this legacy. Lucena has copied Vicent's problem.
 
   Mar-30-19 Euwe vs Reti, 1920
 
Marcelo Bruno: Raymond Keene asked in one of his books if in this game and another one from the match, with the same theme (Rook double sacrifice) Reti was inspired by Anderssen's Immortal Game.
 
   Mar-30-19 K A Walbrodt vs Teichmann, 1896
 
Marcelo Bruno: If White didn't do the mistake at his last move, although being in zugzwang, the game could continue a little bit with 29. b3 h2, but, anyway, hopeless for the first player.
 

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