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Lincoln Lucena
  
Number of games in database: 78
Years covered: 1969 to 2016
Last FIDE rating: 2164 (2165 rapid)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2245
Overall record: +14 -49 =15 (27.6%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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A27 English, Three Knights System (2 games)
B31 Sicilian, Rossolimo Variation (2 games)
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LINCOLN LUCENA
(born Mar-31-1948, 74 years old) Brazil

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FIDE Master and International Arbiter.

 page 1 of 4; games 1-25 of 78  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. J Szmetan vs L Lucena  1-0371969BrasiliaE69 King's Indian, Fianchetto, Classical Main line
2. W J Stirling vs L Lucena 1-04519782nd Lloyds Bank Masters OpenB08 Pirc, Classical
3. L Lucena vs L Loureiro  1-0301980Nova FriburgoA89 Dutch, Leningrad, Main Variation with Nc6
4. L Lucena vs B A Jacobs  0-14819804th Lloyds Bank Masters OpenA21 English
5. Plaskett vs L Lucena  1-03219804th Lloyds Bank Masters OpenA30 English, Symmetrical
6. L Lucena vs J G Nicholson  0-13419804th Lloyds Bank Masters OpenB81 Sicilian, Scheveningen, Keres Attack
7. L Lucena vs P Jigjidsuren  0-1411980Valletta OlympiadD55 Queen's Gambit Declined
8. L Lucena vs Skembris  1-0491980Valletta OlympiadA13 English
9. L Lucena vs O H Castro Rojas  ½-½571980Valletta OlympiadA16 English
10. L Lucena vs Andersson  ½-½481981BrasiliaA17 English
11. L Lucena vs Browne  0-1541981BrasiliaA27 English, Three Knights System
12. Browne vs L Lucena  1-0431981BrasiliaD44 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
13. L Lucena vs Ljubojevic 0-1291981BrasiliaA27 English, Three Knights System
14. Ljubojevic vs L Lucena  1-0401981BrasiliaE09 Catalan, Closed
15. Ljubojevic vs L Lucena  1-0401981BrasiliaE09 Catalan, Closed
16. Andersson vs L Lucena 1-0291981BrasiliaE62 King's Indian, Fianchetto
17. Sunye Neto vs L Lucena  1-0491982BRA-chD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
18. L Lucena vs Lima  1-0491982BRA-chA10 English
19. L Lucena vs Z Kornin  0-1411983Brazil ch sfA89 Dutch, Leningrad, Main Variation with Nc6
20. L Lucena vs Hebden  0-1601992Hastings opA02 Bird's Opening
21. L Lucena vs H C van Riemsdijk  0-1361997Capablanca MemorialC31 King's Gambit Declined, Falkbeer Counter Gambit
22. L Lucena vs P Harila  1-0312001Solett OpenA10 English
23. L Lucena vs A Schmitz  1-0422001Solett OpenB10 Caro-Kann
24. T Hillarp Persson vs L Lucena  1-0402001Solett OpenA21 English
25. L Lucena vs E Berg 0-1662001Solett OpenA01 Nimzovich-Larsen Attack
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Kibitzer's Corner
Mar-13-07  GreenCastle: I don't know who the Lucena Position is named after, but it's not this guy.
Oct-11-07  pawnofdoom: The Lucena position was named after some Spanish guy named Luis Ramirez de Lucena (c. 1465 – c.1530). It's a misnomer, because Lucena didn't actually write a book or anything on it, some other guy named Alessandro Salvio did. Credit: Wikipedia
Oct-11-07  capablancakarpov: <pawnofdoom> False, Wikipedia is incorrect. Lucena ( not Luis or Ramirez, simply Lucena ) wrote the first ever modern chess book " Repeticion de amores y del Arte del Ajedrez " in 1497, and gave there a lot of modern openings for the first time, so is a shame that there isn´t any opening named after him, only a position ( for example, Damiano copied almost Lucena´s entire book, and he has one opening named after him, the Damiano Defense, which he also copied from Lucena´s book).

PS: It´s noteworthy that some people believe that actually the first chess modern book was wroten in 1495 in Valenciá, a Spanish local language, by a man named Francesc Vicent, but there aren´t any copies remaining. Supporters of this theory say that Lucena copied Vicent´s book and translated it to Spanish.

Jul-12-08  Karpova: Lincoln Lucena tried to become president of FIDE in 1986 (Campomanes won without any opposition).

Here is an excellent and really hilarious article by Edward Winter on the campaign:

"Comic Relief"
http://www.chesshistory.com/winter/...

It's really worth reading!

Jan-02-09  Karpova: Edward Winter's new feature article "The 1986 FIDE Presidential Election" with the FIDE fact sheets (the article will be updated to include all ten of them): http://www.chesshistory.com/winter/...
Jan-03-09  Karpova: Picture of Lincoln Lucena (and Francisco Trois) from 1969: http://www.axbra.com.br/fotografias...
Apr-08-09  WhiteRook48: any relation to the president?
Jul-14-10  vonKrolock: Brazilian Senior Championship in Canoas (from chess results)

FM Lucena Lincoln da Silva BRA 2111 2035 DF 6,0 17,0 23,0 19,25 2 Baeta Marcio Netto BRA 2227 2118 RJ 5,5 21,0 29,5 20,75 3 IM Segal Alexandru Sorin BRA 2209 2136 SP 5,5 16,0 22,5 14,00 4 De Haro Martim Afonso Palma BRA 2086 2050 SC 4,5 18,5 25,0 11,50 5 Almeida Edson Soyaux De BRA 0 2006 RS 4,0 15,5 22,0 10,00 6 Schwambach Adair BRA 0 1819 RS 3,5 19,5 27,0 8,75
7 Lopes Gilberto Sebastiao S BRA 0 1921 RS 3,0 18,0 24,0 6,50 8 Born Ary BRA 0 1693 RS 2,0 17,5 24,0 2,00
9 Gomes Homero Araújo BRA 0 1780 RS 1,0 17,0 23,5 0,50 10 Simonaggio Osvaldo BRA 0 0 RS 0,0 17,5 24,5 0,00

event's page with more infos photos etc http://campeonatobrasileiroseniors....

Dec-03-18  Marcelo Bruno: <GreenCastle>: the Lucena Position is named after the 15th century author, not after Lincoln Lucena (the first was Valencian, the other is Brazilian).

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