Bruzón unbeaten in the Latin Chess Cup
- Submitted by: Camila
- 12 / 30 / 2014
Lázaro Bruzón continues undefeated in the fifth version of the Latin American Chess Cup held in the Ecuadorian city of Guayaquil. The Cuban, who defends the scepter won a year ago, lived out his newest hits on local Daniel Honey and Peruvian Mario Arias.
Monday will be the opposite of the Peruvian Deysi Cori, the other contestant with perfect performance among 147 registered players and had as victims of yesterday Guillermo Camacho and surprisingly the Cuban monarch Isam Ortiz, one of the favorites to dispute the leading edge.
Cori led white pieces in that game and always took the initiative in India defense Rey, decided at the end of bishop against knight with well placed central pawns giving her the overwhelming advantage. Ortiz is in the 15th place of the competition.
Although she fell in his last appearance Cuban Maritza Arribas is marking good step with 3.5 points and situated in the seventeenth step. Her partner Yanira Vigoa has identical figure, but tiebreaker was placed in 31st place.