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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 84 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-09-17 Karl August Walbrodt (replies)
 
Marcelo Bruno: I found an information that he was really short-sized: 1.2 m (3'11¼") tall.
 
   Sep-16-17 Pillsbury vs Gunsberg, 1895
 
Marcelo Bruno: <PaulLovric> Perhaps he would like to get ready quickly for the endgame and activating directly his King and other pieces: for me it seems an ambitious, optimistic and ultradynamic forces coordination.
 
   Sep-16-17 Steinitz vs Tarrasch, 1895
 
Marcelo Bruno: <ksadler> Another important example with the same opening and the same … Bb4 line at the same tournament was Albin's victory over Janowski.
 
   Aug-17-17 J L Hammer vs Carlsen, 2003 (replies)
 
Marcelo Bruno: It's a position that results in the anastasia's mate after 18. gxh5 Rh4#.
 
   Aug-17-17 Bernhard Richter (replies)
 
Marcelo Bruno: He was the arbiter at the Schallopp-Walbrodt match in 1891. Four years earlier he analysed the possibility of winning at the game Schallopp-Blackburne played in Frankfurt-am-Main during the 5th Chess Congress of the German Chess Federation.
 
   Aug-13-17 Teichmann vs Gunsberg, 1895
 
Marcelo Bruno: Beautiful knight ending.
 
   Aug-05-17 Chessmaster vs Rybka, 2009 (replies)
 
Marcelo Bruno: Yes, a very hilarious and amusing battle!
 
   Aug-05-17 Chessmaster vs Plymate, 1988
 
Marcelo Bruno: <lamsang> Completely correct: the interference is the right way to proceed in the position.
 
   Aug-05-17 Plymate vs Chessmaster, 1988
 
Marcelo Bruno: <chess4games> Because his situation was hopeless: 1) 35. … Rxf5 is followed by 36. Qxa8+; 2) 35. … Qxh2+ leads to Rf2, and then Black has no further ressource or favorable sequence.
 
   Jul-21-17 Andras Adorjan (replies)
 
Marcelo Bruno: I know that the Musikhochschule Köln has a flute professor that has this name: does anyone know if it is the same person?
 
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