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IM Daniel Fernandez joins UTB/TSC Chess Team
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Russell S. Harwood
Wed Jul 12 2006, 01:01pm

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The University of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College would like to welcome IM Daniel Fernandez to our campus and Chess Team. Daniel was born in Peru, and grew up in south Florida. He started playing chess at age 7, winning the National Championship in 4th and 5th grades. In 1996, at age 11, Daniel became the youngest master in the United States. In 1999, Daniel became an FM. In 2001, Daniel became the youngest Florida state champion when he was just 16 years old. Daniel won the Florida High School Championship in 2003. In 2005, Daniel won the US Junior Invitational Championship. Daniel Fernandez became an International Master in 2005, and currently has a FIDE rating of 2449. For further information, or to contact Daniel, you may call the UTB/TSC Chess Office at (956) 882-5761.
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JBFlores
Wed Jul 12 2006, 02:47pm
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íOrale, que bien!

Welcome to South Texas, UT-Brownsville & this site IM Daniel Fernandez!!! Ever since your winning the 2006 Texas Junior Invitational, I have been following you (c-;

You are mentioned on the USCF's website and Chess Life, hence, I will be posting something to that effect in the coming days.

Congrats Russell & UT-Brownsville, on your latest addition!

[ Edited Wed Jul 12 2006, 02:52pm ]
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JBFlores
Sun Jul 16 2006, 07:04pm
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Learn more of IM Daniel Fernandez' recent accomplishments by visiting Fernandez. You may also view his 2006 U.S. Chess Championship matches here.

[ Edited Sun Jul 16 2006, 08:52pm ]
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