Lazaro Bruzón Batista is a Cuban Chess Grandmaster born on May 2nd, 1982, in Havana, Cuba. He has an impressive peak FIDE rating of 2677, which was achieved on October 2005.
Last Updated: May 22nd, 2022
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Brozon won the “World Junior Chess Championship” in 2000. He was the winner in the “American Continental Championship” in 2005 and tied second and fifth with Zhang Pengxiang, Kamil Milton along with Artyom Timofeev at the “Samba Cup” at Skanderborg.
He tied with Bojan Kurajica, Kamil Milton, Yuri Gonzalez Vidal, Barlomiej Heberlain and Evgeny Gleizerov for 1st-6th at the fourth “Torneo Internacional de Ajedrez Ciudad de La Laguna” in 2010.
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