Bruzón outside Cuba: who remains in check?

Bruzón outside Cuba: who remains in check?

The national chess committee made this Wednesday afternoon the divorce from grandmaster Lázaro Bruzón (Las Tunas, 1982) of the Cuban preselection – he had been a part of it for two decades – as well as the high school for the training of top athletes Giraldo Córdova Cardín, with whom he contractual relationship and which was part of his registration.

According to the note published by the JIT website, Bruzón has been in the United States since August and in the middle of the month his coach, Rodney Pérez, informed the Commission about his concerns about the health of the player and how this could affect his participation in the upcoming World Olympiad in Batumi, a Georgian coastal town on the Black Sea, from 23 September to 7 October.

After this approach Bruzón was replaced by the team that will participate in the big event, now integrated by GM Yasser Quesada, Yusnel Bacallao, Isán Ortiz, Yuri González and Omar Almeida, while the female cast is composed by Lisandra Llaudy, Maritza Arribas, Yaniet Marrero, Yerisbel Miranda and Lisandra Ordaz.

At that time, "health effects" were claimed, a situation which is somewhat similar to the case of the star GM Leinier Domínguez, who for more than a year and for an indefinite period did not participate in representing Cuba because of personal problems that did not exist. .

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