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Daniel Hugo Campora vs Alexander Morozevich
Moscow Olympiad (1994), Moscow RUS, rd 6, Dec-06
Caro-Kann Defense: Bronstein-Larsen Variation (B16)  ·  1-0



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Jun-11-04  poktirity: Soy Sueco. Ha estudio espanol ..euuh.. uno ano... don't know anymore =)
Jun-11-04  ConLaMismaMano: <misguidedaggression> Hahaha very funny, i didn't understand what poktirity meant by "cambiones cisterna"...well, now i do since he translated his previous post. <sergeidave> Viste lo que es? Esta es la mejor y mas completa pagina de ajedrez que conozco, todos los días la visito también.
Jun-16-04  misguidedaggression: I knew it didn't make sense!!!
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  jaime gallegos: hi ConLaMismoMano and Sereidave, soy peruano y tambien veo esta pagina todos los dias .... saludos
Sep-22-04  jsastre48: Muy buena partida, no lo conocia a Campora pero que buen jugador. Soy del Uruguay.
Jun-30-06  thesonicvision: i wish i could speak spanish. :(
i'll settle for commenting on this chess game.

i'm not sure exactly where moro went
wrong, besides the fact that he once
again opted for a risky opening
white utilizes his space advantage, the
position of black's king in the center
of the board, and the mnay queen moves
moro makes in order to convert
his advantage into a full point.


Jun-30-06  Classic Analysis: Hola yo tambien hablo español, soy de Puerto Rico . ^_^
Jan-23-07  Achilles87: Yo soy de Australia y yo puedo scribir pero muy mal, yo leer bastante mejor
Feb-17-07  Autoreparaturwerkbau: <karik> Preveri izjemnosti neverjetnih znaèilnosti èevapèièev, žvrkljavcev ter ...
Feb-17-07  larsenfan: Yo soy de Madrid, y tuve la suerte de conocer a Cámpora, un buen tipo y buen jugador.
Jun-04-07  Youjoin: Yo soy de Argentina y esta página me parece la mejor
Jul-12-07  ruelas007: creo que el error fue dejar el peon de d libre para avanzar, bueno esto solo a simple vista
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: Yo naci en Buenos Aires, pero mi familia mudo a los EE.UU. dos meses despues. Hay muchos latinos que visitan estas paginas, y muchos que son bilingues.

Personally, my English is far better than my Spanish, but sometimes I try my hand at Spanish anyway.

Como se dice en ingles, Campora "patio el culo" de Morozevich en esta partida.

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  chancho: <Classic Analysis> Eres Boricua? De que pueblo?
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: <chancho>--Don't hold your breath waiting for an answer. <Classic Analysis> posted his statement over a year ago, and hasn't visited this site for over two months...
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  chancho: Gregor Samsa Mendel> Era tarde por la noche y no me di cuenta cuando escribi ese post. Gracias por traermelo a mi atencion.
Nov-20-07  xeroxmachine: ¡Hola! Soy un patata ¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?
Nov-20-07  NakoSonorense: ¿Que se siente ser una patata?
Nov-15-08  MarkusKann: Mierda, lo destrozo, grande Campora!, uno de los mejores jugadores a Argentina
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  Fusilli: Campora barrio con todos en la olimpiada del 94: Topalov vs Campora, 1994, Campora vs E Torre, 1994, K Spraggett vs Campora, 1994, and more. See <albertan>'s post on Daniel Campora. He won gold medal for best performance on board 1.
Sep-07-09  apexin: good game, if 22...Qg4 23.Bxh6! not giving black any chances.
Dec-01-10  Owerbart: Nice attacking chess by Campora!
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  scutigera: Mozhet byt, u nas takzhe yest lyudi, kotorye govoryat po-russki?
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  Check It Out: I bet 20.Ng6 took Moro by surpise, who was 17/18 and just got his GM title in 1994.
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  perfidious: <CIO>, one would imagine; it is the sort of surprise he was meting out to others in those days.

This line seems the most testing of Black's ambitions when he opts for my old speciality 5....gxf6, but I never had to face it.

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