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BRAZILIAN CHESS PROBLEMS - SIGNED BY VALLADAO - 1946
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Current price : (USD) $40,00
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Location: Brazil
Started: 2018-12-26 19:55:15
Ended: 2018-12-29 19:55:15
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Joaquim Valladão Monteiro was active in all chess-related fields, as a player, chess column editor, author of books, solver and problem composer. He was a founding member of the Union of Brazilian Problemists. He composed in all genres.The Valladão theme is a twomover theme that requires that in try and real play the key frees the arriving square of the threat. The Valladão task requests that in the phases of the solution appear three specific moves: castle, en-passant capture and promotion. It was the theme of a thematic tourney organized by "O Globo" in 1966.Born in October,15, 1907 in Rio de Janeiro, departed in 1993.A very active genius in chess:playing over the board, giving 'simuls', writing chess columns, prolific chess writer, he was also a strong problemist and solver.
Brazilian Composition Champion in 1964/65, National Master e and founder of UBP.

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