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Jesus Baron Rodriguez
Number of games in database: 44
Years covered: 1993 to 2009
Last FIDE rating: 2405
Highest rating achieved in database: 2450

Overall record: +12 -19 =13 (42.0%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.

With the White pieces:
 Sicilian (6) 
    B76 B82 B43 B42 B83
With the Black pieces:
 Ruy Lopez (5) 
    C77 C80 C86
 English (5) 
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(born Aug-24-1979, 43 years old) Spain

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He is an IM.

 page 1 of 3; games 1-25 of 58  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. E Palacios de la Prida vs J Baron Rodriguez  0-1601993Zaragoza opB25 Sicilian, Closed
2. J Baron Rodriguez vs M Narciso Dublan  0-1191993Zaragoza opB00 Uncommon King's Pawn Opening
3. Sadvakasov vs J Baron Rodriguez  1-0361993Wch U14C77 Ruy Lopez
4. A Rizouk vs J Baron Rodriguez  1-0391993Wch U14C55 Two Knights Defense
5. F Peralta vs J Baron Rodriguez  1-0201993Wch U14D35 Queen's Gambit Declined
6. Illescas Cordoba vs J Baron Rodriguez  1-0421994Barcelona opE69 King's Indian, Fianchetto, Classical Main line
7. Christoffer Persson vs J Baron Rodriguez  0-1541995Olympiad (under 16)C55 Two Knights Defense
8. J Baron Rodriguez vs H Stevic  ½-½261996Wch U18B83 Sicilian
9. J Baron Rodriguez vs Shaked  ½-½431996Wch U18C05 French, Tarrasch
10. S Williams vs J Baron Rodriguez  ½-½331996Wch U18A03 Bird's Opening
11. Psakhis vs J Baron Rodriguez  1-0481997Mondariz opD26 Queen's Gambit Accepted
12. A Cabrera vs J Baron Rodriguez 1-0321998Capablanca mem Masters IC34 King's Gambit Accepted
13. J Baron Rodriguez vs K Urban  ½-½421998Groningen OpenB00 Uncommon King's Pawn Opening
14. Z Sturua vs J Baron Rodriguez  1-0451998Groningen OpenC86 Ruy Lopez, Worrall Attack
15. J Baron Rodriguez vs G Meins  0-1291998Groningen OpenB65 Sicilian, Richter-Rauzer Attack, 7...Be7 Defense, 9...Nxd4
16. J Baron Rodriguez vs I Rajlich  0-1561998Groningen OpenB05 Alekhine's Defense, Modern
17. J Baron Rodriguez vs J Oms Pallisse  ½-½121998Groningen OpenB33 Sicilian
18. J Baron Rodriguez vs M Narciso Dublan  0-1371999Andorra op 17thA00 Uncommon Opening
19. D Fernando vs J Baron Rodriguez  0-1421999Aceimar op 6thC77 Ruy Lopez
20. J Baron Rodriguez vs W Arencibia Rodriguez  ½-½412000Malaga op 3rdB09 Pirc, Austrian Attack
21. V Moskalenko vs J Baron Rodriguez  ½-½442000Malaga op 3rdA06 Reti Opening
22. J Baron Rodriguez vs D Komljenovic  1-0242000Mancha Real op 3rdB42 Sicilian, Kan
23. M Rivas Pastor vs J Baron Rodriguez  ½-½452000ESP-chTA13 English
24. A Lobato vs J Baron Rodriguez  0-1302001Malaga OpenC77 Ruy Lopez
25. J Baron Rodriguez vs D M Castano  ½-½602001Malaga OpenB82 Sicilian, Scheveningen
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Kibitzer's Corner
Aug-24-06  BIDMONFA: Jesus Baron-Rodriguez

BARON, Jesús

Aug-24-06  Dres1: Playing agains Jesus must be unsettling.
Aug-24-06  dravid: It's pronounced <Hay-zeus> or some thing to that effect, not as in <Jesus Christ>.
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  Domdaniel: <dravid: It's pronounced <Hay-zeus> or some thing to that effect, not as in <Jesus Christ>.> It's exactly the same name, dravid. For historical reasons Spanish-speaking Christian societies use the name Jesus often, much as Muslims use Mohammed. It's seen as respectful. But in Anglo societies, 'Jesus' seems odd - even though the historical JC was called something like Yeshua ('Jesus' is the Greek translation) - and the names Joshua and Josh derive from the same source.
Aug-24-06  dravid: Oh I didn't know. Please excuse my ignorance.
Oct-29-20  login:

Author of the book 'Diez años de ajedrez'
(Ten years of chess), 2003

This is how an International Chess Master handles data in one of the leading online advertising agencies

'.. If we were still working through unions and the internet was one of them, it could be said that Jesús Barón would be a master craftsman of the trade . He has practically developed his entire professional career around the web: from designing web pages to research.


Life has taken him to the world of ecommerce and advertising, but not the 'creative' parts: the success of his campaigns is not based on appealing to the user's emotions, but on managing traffic data well and knowing where and even how much a company must invest to achieve the highest possible return.

And this good eye for numbers and strategy may come from his chess profile: Barón is an IM in chess and has three Spanish champion titles under his belt.


What is technological about the advertising you do?

"We are not usual advertisers, graphic design or capturing the emotion of the user are not our pillars. We are [strictly] numerical, we are based on data and on obtaining that information that allows us to reach the profitability objectives set.

To make all this possible we use large advertising platforms ... not many years ago a 'small' company called Google had advertising as its main income, so this is now still one of the main tools that we use. There is also Facebook or LinkedIn. These both are 'monsters' at the level of advertisers, options and everything behind them. .." ..'

from 20minutos by Marta Gascón, 2020
(in Spanish)

Sounds like a perfect guy for CG. Hola Jesus.

La Hidra

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