CHESS PLAYER

Juan Corzo

1873 - 1941

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Juan Corzo y Príncipe (June 24, 1873 – September 27, 1941) was a Spanish–Cuban chess master and five-time chess champion of Cuba. Born in Madrid, Corzo emigrated to Cuba in 1887. He became Champion of the Havana Chess Club in 1898. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Juan Corzo has received more than 22,692 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Juan Corzo is the 146th most popular chess player, the 1,353rd most popular biography from Spain and the 3rd most popular Spanish Chess Player.

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Among CHESS PLAYERS

Among chess players, Juan Corzo ranks 146 out of 376Before him are Giambattista Lolli, Hermann Pilnik, Miroslav Filip, George Koltanowski, István Csom, and Gennadi Sosonko. After him are Alexander Beliavsky, Boris Verlinsky, Eduard Gufeld, Florin Gheorghiu, Arturo Pomar, and Lajos Asztalos.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1873, Juan Corzo ranks 142Before him are Zivar bey Ahmadbeyov, Étienne Desmarteau, Carlos María de la Torre, Francisco Villota, Jānis Endzelīns, and Gombojab Tsybikov. After him are Carlos Mendieta, Karl Jatho, Eduardo Schaerer, Lucien Mérignac, Walter de la Mare, and Franz Weidenreich. Among people deceased in 1941, Juan Corzo ranks 138Before him are Fritz Noether, Fred Karno, José Leite de Vasconcelos, Miina Härma, Matt McGrath, and Verner Järvinen. After him are DeLisle Stewart, Friedrich Engel, Hugh Walpole, Eduardo Schaerer, Anton Reichenow, and Lucien Mérignac.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Juan Corzo ranks 1,353 out of 2,595Before him are Carmen Calvo Poyato (1957), Sergi Roberto (1992), Martí de Riquer i Morera (1914), Millie Bobby Brown (2004), Francisco Fernández Ochoa (1950), and Terenci Moix (1942). After him are Delio Rodríguez (1916), Marc Gené (1974), Simón Lecue (1912), Isabel Pantoja (1956), Marcelo González Martín (1918), and Juan José Ibarretxe (1957).

Among CHESS PLAYERS In Spain

Among chess players born in Spain, Juan Corzo ranks 3Before him are Ruy López de Segura (1530) and Luis Ramírez de Lucena (1475). After him are Arturo Pomar (1931), Miguel Illescas (1965), and Francisco Vallejo Pons (1982).