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The 10 Most Common Chess Openings: Ruy Lopez

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The 10 Most Common Chess Openings: Ruy Lopez

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Líneas comunes de Ruy López

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3D Characters by Ruy Lopez at Coroflot.com

3D Characters by Ruy Lopez at Coroflot.com

3D Characters by Ruy Lopez at Coroflot.com

3D Characters by Ruy Lopez at Coroflot.com

3D Characters by Ruy Lopez at Coroflot.com

3D Characters by Ruy Lopez at Coroflot.com

3D Characters by Ruy Lopez at Coroflot.com

3D Characters by Ruy Lopez at Coroflot.com

3D Characters by Ruy Lopez at Coroflot.com

3D Characters by Ruy Lopez at Coroflot.com

Common Lines in the Ruy Lopez Opening: Closed Variation

Common Lines in the Ruy Lopez Opening

Common Lines in the Ruy Lopez Opening: Closed Variation

Common Lines in the Ruy Lopez Opening: The Ruy Lopez - Starting Position

Common Lines in the Ruy Lopez Opening

Common Lines in the Ruy Lopez Opening: The Ruy Lopez - Starting Position

(Ruy Lopez de Villalobos) On November 1, 1542, Ruy Lopez de Villalobos started his expedition to the Philippines from Barra de Navidad, New Spain or Nueva España (now Mexico). He was the brother-in-law of Antonio de Mendoza, then viceroy of New Spain, who appointed him to commander the expedition. Villalobos reached Mindanao on February 2 of the following year, the first Spaniard to make explorations in that Island. It was he who bestowed upon these islands the name "Felipinas" in honor of…

(Ruy Lopez de Villalobos) On November 1, 1542, Ruy Lopez de Villalobos started his expedition to the Philippines from Barra de Navidad, New Spain or Nueva España (now Mexico). He was the brother-in-law of Antonio de Mendoza, then viceroy of New Spain, who appointed him to commander the expedition. Villalobos reached Mindanao on February 2 of the following year, the first Spaniard to make explorations in that Island. It was he who bestowed upon these islands the name "Felipinas" in honor of…

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