Peruvian Chess Championship

Men's winners

Year Winner
1942 José Andrés Pérez
1943 José Andrés Pérez
1947 Felipe Pinzón Sánchez
1949 Julio Súmar Casis
1950 Felipe Pinzón Sánchez
1951 Felipe Pinzón Sánchez
1952 Felipe Pinzón Sánchez
1953 José Andrés Pérez
1955 José Andrés Pérez
1957 Néstor Del Pozo
1960 Mario La Torre
1961 Oscar Quiñones Carrillo
1962 Carlos Espinoza Rivasplata
1963 Oscar Quiñones Carrillo
1964 Oscar Quiñones Carrillo
1966 Oscar Quiñones Carrillo
1967 Julio Súmar Casis
1968 Orestes Rodríguez Vargas
1969 Orestes Rodríguez Vargas
1970 Orestes Rodríguez Vargas
1971 Orestes Rodríguez Vargas
1972 Orestes Rodríguez Vargas
1973 Guillermo Ruiz
1974 Carlos Pesantes
1975 Héctor Bravo Sedamanos
1976 Héctor Bravo Sedamanos
1978 Manuel Gonzales Bernal
1979 Carlo Robbiano Piura
1980 Pedro García Toledo
1981 Víctor Vílchez Talavera
1982 Jorge Peláez Conti
1984 Manuel Gonzales Bernal
1985 Juan Reyes Larenas
1986 Javier García Toledo
1987 Henry Urday Cáceres
1988 Jorge Pacheco Asmat
1989 Marcos Osorio
1990 Carlo Robbiano Piura
1993 Jorge Pacheco Asmat
1994 Julio Granda Zúñiga
1995 Julio Granda Zúñiga
1996 Julio Granda Zúñiga
1997 Julio Granda Zúñiga
1998 Mario Belli Pino
1999 Henry Urday Cáceres
2000 Filemón Cruz Lima
2001 Carlomagno Oblitas Guerrero
2002 Julio Granda Zúñiga
2003 Carlomagno Oblitas Guerrero
2004 Carlomagno Oblitas Guerrero
2005 Emilio Córdova
2006 Jorge Cori
2007 Ernesto Ramos
2008 Renato Alfredo Terry Luján
2009 Efrain Palacios
2010 Efrain Palacios[1]
2011 Efrain Palacios
2012 Giuseppe Leiva[2]
2013 Elfer Cutipa[3]
2015 Renato Alfredo Terry Luján[4]
2016 Fernando Fernandez[5]
2017 Giuseppe Leiva

Women

Year Winner
1997 Silvana Pacheco Gallardo
2000 Karen Zapata
2002 Karen Zapata
2003 Karen Zapata
2004 Karen Zapata
2007 Ingrid Aliaga
2008 Ann Chumpitaz
2009 Ingrid Aliaga
2010 Ann Chumpitaz[1]
2011 Ingrid Aliaga
2012 Ingrid Aliaga[6]
2013 Nicole Valdivia Cano[3]
2015 Mitzy Caballero[4]
2016 Ingrid Aliaga[5]
2017 Ingrid Aliaga

References

  1. ^ a b "TODOS SE FUERON FELICES" (in Spanish). 28 June 2010. Retrieved 2 December 2016.
  2. ^ "Giuseppe Leiva es el campeón del Campeonato Nacional Absoluto de Perú" (in Spanish). 26 June 2012. Retrieved 2 December 2016.
  3. ^ a b "FELICITACIONES AL FLAMANTE CAMPEÓN NACIONAL DEL PERÚ" (in Spanish). 17 November 2013. Retrieved 2 December 2016.
  4. ^ a b "Renato Terry y Mitzy Caballero son campeones peruanos de ajedrez 2015" (in Spanish). 7 May 2015. Retrieved 2 December 2016.
  5. ^ a b Fernandez and WFM Aliaga Fernandez are 2016 Peruvian champions. Chessdom.
  6. ^ "XI CAMPEONATO NACIONAL FEMENINO - PIURA Teodoro Zapata Castillo". 24 June 2012. Retrieved 2 December 2016.

External links

1942 in chess

Events in chess in 1942

Geography of chess

Chess is played all over the world. The international governing body of chess is FIDE, established in 1924. Most national chess federations are now members of FIDE; several supranational chess organizations are also affiliated with FIDE.

Guillermo Ruiz

Guillermo Ruiz (born April 4, 1943 in Lima, Peru) is a Peruvian chess master and US Life Master. Son of Aurora and Melquiades Ruiz. He has been married since 1974 and has two children.

Guillermo learned chess at the age of 17 from a friend and went on to win the championship of Lima and then the Peruvian Chess Championship in 1973. In 1978 he immigrated to Atlanta, Georgia. He is a four-time Georgia State Champion, winning in 1979, 1987, 1995, 1996.In 2002 he was awarded the Georgia Chess Association 2002 Award for Contributions to Georgia Chess Community

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