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Pedro Fernandez
Member since May-01-07 · Last seen Dec-13-19
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
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   Pedro Fernandez has kibitzed 5928 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-13-19 London Chess Classic GCT Finals (2019)
Pedro Fernandez: Hey <Billy Vaughan>, your explanation is interesting but pretty complicated. So let's reduce this. Do you mean if Nepomniachtchi win the GP then Kirill Alekseenko will be the wild card? Thank you and regards.
   Dec-11-19 Duras vs P P Saburov, 1906
Pedro Fernandez: I can't understand why Petrovich didn't see the mate in three after 27...Kxh7? <Chris> refers above about this. It is not so hard to see that the best move is 27...Kf8. [DIAGRAM] So I followed analyzing with that move in order to find an advantage clear and decisive
   Nov-30-19 GCT Kolkata Rapid & Blitz (2019) (replies)
Pedro Fernandez: Carlsen is just 5'7" height! Well, Altuve is 5'6" and he is a MLB champion bat and MVP! I'm 5'9" just the average height of an American guy.
   Nov-26-19 Carlsen vs Ding Liren, 2019
Pedro Fernandez: By playing 35...f2! also a nice mate is produced. 36.Rxg2 f1=Q+ 37.Qg1 Qgxg2#. [DIAGRAM]
   Nov-24-19 A Giri vs Carlsen, 2019 (replies)
Pedro Fernandez: <<whiteshark>: One big transformation to archieve the win. In between many small decisions.> Reaching the win is the invariant norm of Carlsen, dear <Sharky>.
   Nov-23-19 Ding Liren vs W So, 2019 (replies)
Pedro Fernandez: First was Caruana, now Liren was the victim. Go So! (yes! He gozó!).
   Nov-21-19 Grand Prix Hamburg (2019) (replies)
Pedro Fernandez: Thanks to <beatgiant> and <AylerKupp> for clarification. IMO there should be a minimum number of games so that the average can be considered in any player. This avoid "cheating" as my great friend <WPE> is claiming. Greetings to all of you guys!
   Nov-20-19 GCT Bucharest Rapid & Blitz (2019)
Pedro Fernandez: Hi <AylerKupp>, I still don't understand why Giri is already classified by rating, sorry. Currently Giri is 2776 while MVL is 2777, and yet has to take the rating into account until January. Which is the reason? Thanks and regards
   Nov-12-19 W So vs Caruana, 2019 (replies)
Pedro Fernandez: Same Team and Caruana didn't know about this?
   Oct-31-19 Isle of Man Grand Swiss (2019)
Pedro Fernandez: Hi <AylerKupp>, actually you did too much effort, which it I really appreciate. Thanks a lot but your detailed couple of replies. Take care my friend!
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