Paco Vallejo Navigation menu VideoBoris Gelfand vs Paco Vallejo, Game one, Aeroflot Blitz 2016 Rustic Extra. Luis Engel Francisco Vallejo Pons Vallejo profitierte in den folgenden Jahren von den starken Turnieren, die in Spanien stattfinden und wurde fünf weitere Male nach Linares sowie zum Die Sieder Masters und eingeladen.
Vallejo even stopped playing for the national team at some point, because he was so angry with his country and didn't feel he should represent it any longer.
However, since he went public it's going better, he says. He plans to return to the Olympic team as well this year.
Although the claim for half a million was dropped, the tax authority did take almost a hundred thousand euros from Vallejo. Now that the claim is released, this money should return to the chess player's account.
Vallejo says he will now have to fight for this as well and plans to consult his lawyer on other actions, such as trying to earn back his legal costs or claim compensation for reputational or emotional damage.
On social media, he wrote: "This is not the end of the game, but it's a big step. Editor's note: the article has been corrected, now saying that Vallejo is from Menorca, not Mallorca.
Updated: Feb 18, , AM. Paco Vallejo. More from PeterDoggers. News Chess Event Coverage. Chess Players. After a painful loss in his penultimate round against Sergey Karjakin in the Bilbao Chess Masters Final , Vallejo announced his retirement from competitive chess.
Since then he has made multiple appearances in tournaments, for instance in Bilbao Chess Masters, as well as competed in country leagues.
Vallejo participated in the Grand Prix cycle for —18 , after being active in Having played in the Sharjah and Moscow legs of the event, and finished in the bottom half of the field in both, he had no mathematical chance to qualify for the Candidates Tournament via the Grand Prix.
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.
Archived from the original on Retrieved He came 5th in the 12th European Individual Championship , thereby qualifying for the World Cup where he defeated Peruvian prodigy, GM Jorge Cori in the first round before losing in the second round to Cuban GM Lazaro Bruzon in the 25 minutes rapid-game tiebreaker after drawing the 2 game classical mini-match.
Being the Bilbao punching bag can't be all that much fun, but like van Wely, except for Tata A or Bilbao sorts of tournaments he'd be a formidable player.
He's been playing everywhere for 2 months now. The top boards are on chessbomb, and probably elsewhere, for those up at that hour.
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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