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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. Full Member

   Marcelo Bruno has kibitzed 167 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-19-20 Lasker vs NN, 1921 (replies)
Marcelo Bruno: I have an impression that Lasker wasn't very lucky at his simultaneous displays. I remember that the magazine La Stratégie mentioned at least one game he lost in such conditions in the 1890s. Am I correct to say this?
   Sep-19-20 NN vs Greco, 1620
Marcelo Bruno: I believe it would be better 40.Bb4 followed by 41.Be1 instead of the text move.
   Sep-19-20 Gioachino Greco
Marcelo Bruno: Theodor von Scheve, in his essay "Der Geist des Schachspiels" (1919), speculates that Greco probably died in Brazil.
   Sep-19-20 Greco vs NN, 1620
Marcelo Bruno: And how about directly 7…Qe7?
   Sep-19-20 Morphy vs C A Seguin, 1858
Marcelo Bruno: Another error by Black: 24…Rxd7; 24…Rdc7 would be better, wouldn't it?
   Sep-19-20 Sir George Newnes
Marcelo Bruno: Was his family name an English version of the Portuguese Nunes?
   Sep-19-20 Tinsley vs J Mortimer, 1890
Marcelo Bruno: Instructive endgame.
   Sep-15-20 A C Vazquez vs Blackburne, 1891
Marcelo Bruno: A very beautiful positional game by Andrés Clemente Vázquez.
   Sep-15-20 Alfred K Ettlinger
Marcelo Bruno: <zanzibar> I think is the one wearing a monocle.
   Sep-12-20 Ed. Lasker vs F Englund, 1913
Marcelo Bruno: Black lost many times here, specially when he decided to exchange his Knights.
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