Capablanca


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Capablanca

José Raúl , called Capa or the Chess Machine 1888--1942, Cuban chess player; world champion 1921--27.
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Almost 60 years since her first simultaneous games, on six boards side-by-side at a Chess Olympiad in 1957, Brigitta Sinka overtook the magic 13,545 number attributed to Capablanca (1888-1942), one of the world's best-ever players.
After finally agreeing conditions in 1921, Capablanca defeated Lasker without losing a single game.
Reti's] victory over Capablanca in the New York tournament," believes Richard Eales, "did more to advertise the new style of play than anything else" did (165).
Chandler may have actually used another book called Chess Fundamentals written by Capablanca himself in 1921.
When the young Botvinnik bested then world champion Jose-Raul Capablanca (Cuba) on a board in a simultaneous exhibition, however, he became a sensation.
Asi, a Jose Raul Capablanca lo pinto como un jinete sobre su caballo de ajedrez; a Jan Paderewski, presidente y musico polaco, dirigiendo un desfile militar de notas musicales; y a Bernard Shaw, dialogando con un satiro griego.
Capablanca, Fischer, Steinitz and Lasker were all what?
Cito algunos de tus trabajos llevados al cine y a la television anteriores al Informe contra mi mismo: Capablanca (1987), Kid Chocolate (1987), Hoy como ayer (1987), Un domingo feliz (1988), Cartas del parque (1989), Contigo en la distancia (1991), Nicolas (1994), Las cuatro estaciones de Eliseo Diego (1994), El elefante y la bicicleta (1994), Guantanamera (1995), Salon Mexico (1996).
Among those players Keres bested were Botvinnik, Capablanca and Alekhine.
Capablanca further noted that, "Eventually, what happens is that you have a lot of banks following these companies, because these are the banks' customers.
Coral: 7-4 Absolute Champion, 2 Takeover Target, 11-2 Magnus, 6 Universal Ruler, 14 Star Crowned, 20 Sanziro, 25 Capablanca, Lovelace, Why Be, 40 Waikato, 50 Salaam Dubai, 100 Ace And Aces.
Writing for students in grades six to 12 (and for their instructors), Castro introduces 100 well-known Hispanic celebrities such as Desi Arnaz, Miguel de Cervantes, Rita Moreno, Cesar Chavez, Salvador Dali, Frida Kahlo, Rita Hayworth, and Pablo Casals, as well as more obscure figures like astronaut Ellen Ochoa, composer Agustin Lara, and chess player Jose Capablanca.

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