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César Augusto Blanco Gramajo was born on 14 January, 1959 in Guatemala City, Guatemala, is a player. Discover César Augusto Blanco Gramajo's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 64 years old?

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Age 65 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 14 January, 1959
Birthday 14 January
Birthplace Guatemala City, Guatemala
Nationality Guatemala

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Blanco -already in his retirement- began to stream on Twitch in September 2021. His nickname is (Betobetun), focusing on tactics, study and analysis of games..


Blanco was vice president and director of finance and administration of Kellogg's Latin America region from 2000 until his early retirement in 2007. He previously worked for Bank of America, PepsiCo, and Citibank.


Due to working reasons, Blanco left Guatemala and became a member of the US Chess Federation around 1998. He played several tournaments around the US and got his FIDE rating under the US federation.


Blanco was born in Guatemala City, Guatemala. He received a business administration degree from San Carlos University in Guatemala, and his thesis was awarded as the best in the country (1985) in the economics area. He also got an MBA – graduated as cum laude – in Finance from Francisco Marroquin University, also in Guatemala City.

He won the XIII and XIV CADAP zonal championships. He received the CADAP Master title in 1985, then the IM title from ICCF in 1996, the SIM title in 1999 and he became the first Postal Chess Grandmaster (GM) title of the Mexican, Central America and Caribbean area in 2003.


Blanco married Vivian Bock in 1983, and the couple have three children: María Alejandra, an architect living in Germany, Pablo Andrés (an organizational Psychologyst) and Valeria.


By post, Blanco started to play around 1974 (when he was only 15 years old). The passion for the game increased with the years, but professional activity limited his participation in "live tournaments". On the other side, postal chess became his main source of activity to keep up to date with chess.


Blanco started to play chess in 1972 when the Championship match between Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky called the attention of the world toward chess. He also represented his country in the 31st Chess Olympiad in Moscow, 1994.


César Augusto Blanco Gramajo (born 14 January 1959) is a Guatemalan chess player who holds the ICCF title of Grandmaster (2003) and the FIDE title of Candidate Master (2018). He primarily plays correspondence chess, and has twice been Latin American champion in this modality.