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Daniel Cámpora

Daniel Cámpora, Villarrobledo 2008
Full name Daniel Cámpora
Country Argentina
Born 30 June 1957
San Nicolás, Argentina
Title Grandmaster (1986)

Daniel Hugo Cámpora (born 30 June 1957, San Nicolás) is an Argentine chess grandmaster.

He was Argentine Junior Champion in 1975. He was twice Argentine Champion in 1986 and 1989, and twice Sub-Champion in 1978 and 1987.

In tournaments, he took 2nd at Bogotá 1980 (Jose Antonio Gutierrez won). In 1981, he tied for 4-6th in Vršac (Kostić Memorial; Gyula Sax won). In 1983, he took 2nd in Andorra, and won in Tuzla. In 1987, he took 3rd in Biel (Boris Gulko won).

Campora has played for Argentina in nine Chess Olympiads.

He won individual gold medal at first board and silver medal for best rating performance at Moscow 1994.

Cámpora was awarded the International Master (IM) title in 1982, and the GM title in 1986.

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