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Pedro Fernandez
Member since May-01-07 · Last seen Oct-15-18
I'm from Venezuela and I was born in Caracas, D.C, on 21 April 1980. I'm Mechanical Engineer from Central University of Venezuela (World Heritage Site) and an Associated professor of my University. I got a MSc. and a DSc. in Continuum Mechanics. My hobbies are: Baseball (our official game and the only country in South America at respect, I also played this sport until Amateur class A), Chess (my grand father was National Champion in 1940), Math (I'm an active member in PlanetMath.Org, where we assist all the world's people in all levels), Cosmology and Domino. Now I'm proud to be a premium member of chessgames.com
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   Pedro Fernandez has kibitzed 5047 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-15-18 43rd Chess Olympiad (2018) (replies)
 
Pedro Fernandez: LOL <Diademas>! Ö"my tired ``little'' brain"? Your brain is 1270cc more or less (about 3lbs weight), and I can't figure out how is a ``tired brain''. Greetings!
 
   Oct-08-18 K Cottrell vs Lenderman, 2006
 
Pedro Fernandez: <<zb2cr: 19. ... Rh1+; 20. Kxh1, Nxf2+ and Black has won the Queen for a Rook.> That's right. After that any additional move is totally irrelevant.
 
   Oct-03-18 J K Duda vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
Pedro Fernandez: <<vonKrolock>: 65...Bg4 was a blunder...> Yes! from e4 the bishop covers the king who is placed in e3, but the most important thing to win is that from e4 the bishop controls g2 and h1!
 
   Oct-02-18 Caruana vs Mamedyarov, 2018 (replies)
 
Pedro Fernandez: <offramp: Looks like a very interesting game. Is this still theory?> Hey my great friend! Of course it is theory and for that reason this game is a draw as a few of our partners already have said it. Greetings.
 
   Jun-23-18 Grand Chess Tour Paris (Rapid) (2018) (replies)
 
Pedro Fernandez: Hey <John>, more early than later OTB and computers will have to meet. Some people does not understand this (please consult with <AylerKupp>), but earlier than later they will comprehend that this it is necessary; but the most important, my friend, that will be a
 
   Jun-17-18 Your Next Move (Blitz) (2018) (replies)
 
Pedro Fernandez: <Vachier-Laagrave vs Karjakin, Leuven 2018>. Just two positions: 1.- White moves 48.Bg4?? [DIAGRAM] 2.- Black moves 50...c3?? [DIAGRAM] Two super GMs playing Blitz, but time does not forgive! That's why a lot of people don't like this kind of game (I did not ...
 
   Jun-16-18 Sergey Karjakin (replies)
 
Pedro Fernandez: I didn't know Kariakin was so good in Blitz Chess. Further he was very dangerous vs the world champion. However Kariakin sometimes is irregular, i.e. unsteady, no like Caruana but some close.
 
   Jun-07-18 Caruana vs W So, 2018 (replies)
 
Pedro Fernandez: <<lost in space>: So Caruana won and not only this game but also the tournament. Great for him. Good for the WCC in November. I am sure Carlsen hasnít won due to jetlag.> My dear <LIS>, good to hear you! The Match on November is another story. Hopefully USA
 
   Jun-07-18 Altibox Norway (2018) (replies)
 
Pedro Fernandez: <<Marmot PFL>: Caruana said he expected 47 Qxf4 and thought the ending was probably drawn due to white's active king. 47 Qe2 was a pleasant surprise.> An incredible wrong claiming from part of Caruana my dear <Marmot>. It is well-known that R+pawns in both ...
 
   Jun-06-18 Anand vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
Pedro Fernandez: What a misadventure for Anand <Count Wedgemore>. I think Anand always was in this game with a defensive behavior. That was my impression. Even so, I also think Fabi has played a gem. Probably with some significative theoretical value. But it needs a deep study.
 
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