Francisco Vallejo Pons ist ein spanischer Schachspieler. Dieser Text und das kleine Bild sind von Wikipedia, dort finden sich weitere Informationen über den. Francisco Vallejo Pons. Titel: GM. ELO: Föderation: ES Spanien. Saison: / Bitte beachten Sie, dass die Berechnung der Gewinne und Verluste der. Vallejo Pons Francisco (21 August geboren in Es Castell, Menorca) ist ein spanischer Schachgroßmeister. Er ist fünfmaliger spanischer.
Vallejo Pons, FranciscoBilder, Partien, Statistiken und mehr von Schachspieler Francisco Vallejo Pons. Vallejo ist Spaniens Nr. 1 und hat den Ruf eines kompromisslosen Angriffsspielers. Er erlernte das Schachspiel, als er im Alter von 5 Jahren Familienmitgliedern. Francisco Vallejo Pons ist ein spanischer Schachspieler.
Vallejo Pons Francisco Vallejo Pons Repertoire with White pieces (most played) VideoDay 3 Interview with GM Anish Giri and GM Francisco Vallejo Pons FIDE - World Chess Federation, Online ratings, individual calculations. Images, games, statistics and more of chessplayer Francisco Vallejo Pons. B03 Alekhine's Defense. It damaged my game for sure, for some time. B58 Sicilian. Jesper Sondergaard Thybo Francisco Vallejo Pons Radoslaw Pinzgauer Bierkäse Wir messen wie unsere Webseite benutzt wird, so dass wir besser entscheiden können, welche Funktionen wir als nächstes entwickeln und wie wir die Nutzererfahrung weiter verbessern können. With the White pieces:. Vallejo also participated in the and FIDE championships, winning in the first round and losing in the second on both occasions. B06 Robatsch. Never hurts to pick up these easy points taking advantage of 4 whites against opposition. Recent Top Players. In his Biggest Nba Player, Vallejo learned at the Villacarlos School of Chess. Jacek Tomczak F Vallejo Pons vs Ganguly. It was a little like Ivanchuk "retiring" after losing to Caruana. Sicilian Defense: Closed Gardenscapes Münzen Kostenlos games. Show All Games.
Doch bei Lapalingo sollten Club Mate Erfahrungsberichte bei der Verwendung folgendes bedenken. - Ergebnisse und GegnerIn January of that year, he cracked the threshold, ranking 28th in the world with a rating.
A bridge in a valley. V : Congratulations on beating Kramnik in the Olympiad! Currently, he's at , so the club shouldn't be too far away. So has he retired or semi-retired or what?
He was the local hope against the very best and didn't do well. It was a little like Ivanchuk "retiring" after losing to Caruana.
I think at the time he left the out of saying that the'd complete obligations in leagues and he did better there, so he continued with his playing career.
I am actually fairly sure, that is was So and not Caruana. I have remembered wrong before this and I could easily have done it again.
Iffen Ah coulda thrown , maybe Ah woulda pitched instead! Never hurts to pick up these easy points taking advantage of 4 whites against opposition.
He scored 6. Rating wise, he lost 2 points to move from to not including the 8 points he lost from Aeroflot. Poor guy, amazing that this kind of thing can happen in a supposedly developed country.
That's so unfair, poor Paco. Becoming a member is free , anonymous , and takes less than 1 minute! If you already have a username, then simply login login under your username now to join the discussion.
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Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. With the White pieces:. Francisco Vallejo Pons was born in on the Spanish island of Menorca in the Mediterranean Sea, one hour southeast of Barcelona by plane and seven hours by ferry.
A prodigy, Vallejo played in the under world championships in when he finished second. In his youth, Vallejo learned at the Villacarlos School of Chess.
Vallejo joined the grandmaster ranks in at the age of The next year he won the Under World Youth Championship.
Other winners of that event who went on to have great success as adults include Vladimir Kramnik , Peter Svidler , and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov In , still just 19 years old, Vallejo played the Linares tournament for the first time.
Although he was the lowest-rated player in the field almost points below the next lowest , he won in the penultimate round to place sixth in a seven-player field that included world champions Garry Kasparov and Viswanathan Anand.
Vallejo also participated in the and FIDE championships, winning in the first round and losing in the second on both occasions. Vallejo played every Linares event during and again in its last rendition in , although he never cracked the top half of finishers.
It is the highest world ranking he has achieved. That year he also defeated the reigning classical chess champion Kramnik in in a blindfold game.
The year was even better for Vallejo. He won his first Spanish Chess Championship, and it may not even have been his best event of the year.
In January of that year, he cracked the threshold, ranking 28th in the world with a rating. He also added Anatoly Karpov to the list of world champions he has defeated, doing so in a game at the Donostia Chess Festival.
For all his successes, Vallejo has never been a candidate for the world championship. Vallejo has nonetheless won two games against the current world champion, albeit the and versions of Magnus Carlsen , who blundered a piece in the game.
Vallejo has been a mainstay at the Chess Olympiad as well. It was the first of three straight Olympiads where the Spanish team, with emigre Alexei Shirov on the first board and Vallejo on the second, finished in the top Shirov played for Spain from and rejoined their federation in At the Olympiad, Vallejo won his first-board matchup with Kramnik that added a standard victory to his blindfold one nearly a decade earlier.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In this Spanish name , the first or paternal family name is Vallejo and the second or maternal family name is Pons.
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