1 Chess Game History for CXR Player Alejandro Moreno-Roman
 
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Game History for Alejandro Moreno-Roman
Player ID: 6253-Y, United States Chess League, U.S.A.
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Game
ID
Player's
Result
Player's Rating
Before  &  After
Player's
Color
Name of
Opponent
Oppon.
ID
Oppon.
Rating
Game
Date
Time
Cntrl
Opening
Moves
Event
ID
Comments
    57808     LOST 1800     1798   BLACK V.McCambridge 3027-W 2488 09/06/06 g/60   155  
    58379     WON 1798     1839   WHITE T.Andrews 6232-R 2314 09/13/06 g/120   155  
    58392     LOST 1839     1837   BLACK L.Kaufman 3033-F 2428 09/18/06 g/120 d4...Nf6
c4...c5
d5...b5
155 Miami vs. Baltimore  
    58810     DRAWN 1837     1864   WHITE D.Kuljasevic 6240-K 2500 09/27/06 g/90 e4...c5
Nf3...Nc6
Bb5...e6
155 Dallas vs. Miami  
    58871     DRAWN 1864     1882   BLACK J.Readey 6234-A 2324 10/04/06 g/60 Nf3...Nf6
c4...e6
g3...b6
155 Seattle vs. Miami  
    59100     DRAWN 1882     1904   BLACK J.Stopa 6512-Q 2433 10/09/06 g/90 Nc3...c5
Nf3...Nc6
e4...g6
155 Miami vs. Dallas  
    59340     LOST 1904     1901   WHITE M.Milat 6709-M 2354 10/18/06 g/60 d4...Nf6
c4...c5
d5...b5
155 Miami vs. Seattle  
    59686     LOST 1901     1898   WHITE R.Burnett 77-J 2349 10/26/06 g/90 e4...c5
Nf3...Nc6
Bb5...g6
155 Miami vs. Tennessee  
    66407     LOST 1898     1896   BLACK R.Costigan 3022-N 2375 08/29/07 g/90 e4...c5
b3...Nc6
Bb2...Nf6
261 U.S.Chess League 2007 Season  
    66797     LOST 1896     1888   WHITE T.Andrews 6232-R 2226 09/19/07 g/90 e4...e6
d4...d5
Nc3...Bb4
261 U.S.Chess League 2007 Season  
    66810     WON 1888     1929   WHITE A.Zaremba 1086-M 2396 10/01/07 g/60 e4...c5
Nf3...d6
Bb5...Bd7
261 U.S.Chess League 2007 Season  
    67259     LOST 1929     1911   WHITE P.Zhao 1068-Q 2009 10/03/07 g/120 Nf3...d5
g3...c6
Bg2...Bg4
261 U.S.Chess League 2007 Season  
    89298     LOST 1911     1903   WHITE J.Bick 7402-W 2242 09/21/09 g/120 e4...e6
d4...d5
Nc3...Nf6
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    89655     LOST 1903     1898   WHITE M.Klein 12281-G 2304 09/28/09 g/120 Nf3...g6
g3...Bg7
Bg2...d6
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    97299     DRAWN 1898     1915   BLACK K.Kiewra 6241-F 2328 10/19/09 g/90 e4...e5
Nf3...Nc6
Bb5...a6
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    97510     WON 1915     1954   WHITE R.Adamson 9231-R 2372 11/04/09 g/60 e4...e6
d4...d5
Nd2...Nc6
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    97522     WON 1954     1983   WHITE M.Lee 6255-X 2163 11/11/09 g/60 e4...c5
Nf3...d6
Bb5+...Bd7
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    97530     WON 1983     2023   BLACK D.Pruess 62-H 2463 11/16/09 g/60 e4...e5
f4...Nc6
Nc3...exf4
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
    97538     LOST 2023     2009   WHITE M.Herman 99829-C 2210 12/07/09 g/120 d4...d5
c4...c6
Nf3...Nf6
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
(19 games displayed)


A d d i t i o n a l     A n a l y s i s
SCORE% as White SCORE% as Black Overall SCORE%
37.5 % 35.71 % 36.84 %
Average Rating Change when playing as WHITE: +9.833
Average Rating Change when playing as BLACK: +13
Average Rating Change in 7 ENDGAMES (>47 moves): +14.42
Average Rating Change Overall: +11
Doctor Kibbitz says:
"
IM Moreno-Roman has been playing extremely well considering the great strength of some opponents. With the white pieces, he plays very well against strong opponents. With the black pieces, he plays very well against strong opponents also. Rapidly rising rating reflects player's true strength. Endgame play is very strong and is shoring up overall results. "
 
CXR Chess Win-Loss-Draw Pie Chart for Player Alejandro Moreno-Roman as White Player CXR Chess Win-Loss-Draw Pie Chart for Player Alejandro Moreno-Roman as Black Player
CXR Chess Win-Loss-Draw Pie Chart for Games of Player Alejandro Moreno-Roman Decided in Endgame
Note: We regard any game of 48 moves or longer to be includable in endgame statistics. Approximately one third of all chess games are decided in the endgame. One can see, therefore, that endgame skills are of tremendous importance. Yet, this is an area that is very often neglected by young players. Success in the endgame demands familiarity with its own particular skill set; the strategy and tactics of the opening and middlegame are out of place here. Understanding the endgame's unique nature, and studying its mechanics, will catapult the player forward to mastery over his or her peers. Without this understanding, the greatest triumphs over the board are just not possible.
 

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