Brusoni Lazaro( chess-player)
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Biography Brusoni Lazaro
Born May 2, 1982 in Holguine.
International grandmaster since 2000.
World Junior champion in 2000. Winner of the Young Masters tournament in 2001
Professional rating on 1 April 2001. - 2513
FIDE rating of 1 April 2001. - 2589
In anticipation of the new Capablanca island of freedom provides for "chess market" strong grandmasters. Suffice it to recall Garcia, Nogeyrasa, Arensibiyu. In 2000, the warm hearts of the Cuban fans hope. Of course, Lazaro Brusoni nothing new Rana, but the title of world champion among youths is already something. Future chess Prince met with chess quite early, but seriously started only 9 years (for these days is probably late in the day). The first time the general chess public hearing on Brusoni in 1999. Speaking at the Capablanca Memorial is very strong on the rights of the owner of the field, Lazaro show an interesting game, and most importantly excellent result - a division of the second place (as well as the implementation Grandmaster norm).
Then came a memorable success at the World Junior Championship in Yerevan. In this situation, many expect the rapid rise of young talents. However, adaptation in adult tournaments, where young players are, and to parties with him ready, is not always smooth. And if at the Olympiad in Istanbul, everything went more or less smoothly (+4 not a bad result), then in his native Penates youngest grand master had to be easy. Local chess players who know Brusoni what is called "a daily" is not slow to acknowledge his superiority in the national championship. Nevertheless rating Brusoni continues to grow and is rapidly approaching the turn of 2600 (which Lazaro himself set). It looks like a young Cuban grand master on the shoulder and more complex tasks.
His victory at the prestigious tournament Young Masters Lazaro proved that much in young men, he feels more than confident. The very formula of the tournament (Olympic system) dictated an extremely tough fight for the result. And it has Brusoni. But all the matches he won a tiebreaker, never having won a victory in the "classics". But everybody loves a winner, does not it?