|Full name||Roberto Cifuentes Parada|
|Born||December 21, 1957|
|FIDE rating||2433 (July 2019)|
|Peak rating||2543 (July 2004)|
He won five times Chilean Chess Championship (1982–1986), and played seven times for Chile in Chess Olympiads (1978–1990). He also twice represented Chile in the Panamerican Team Chess Championship (1985 and 1987), and won individual gold and bronze, and team silver and bronze medals. He tied for 5-6th at San Pedro de Jujuy 1981 (Pan American Chess Championship, won by Zenon Franco), won at Asunción 1986, took 6th at Santiago de Chile 1987 (the 13th Torneo Zonal Sudamericano, Gilberto Milos won), and took 2nd, behind Mikhail Tal, at Rio Hondo 1987.
Then he left Chile for the Netherlands, where he took 2nd place in the Dutch Chess Championship in 1993. He represented the Netherlands in the period 1992–2001. Among others, he took 3rd in the 30th Capablanca Memorial at Matanzas, Cuba 1995 (Tony Miles won). Next, he moved to Spain, and played for his new country in the 36th Chess Olympiad at Calvià 2004.
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