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29 January 1974 |
|FIDE rating||2548 (July 2014)|
Kogan immigrated from Ukraine to Israel when he was two years old and spent more than 20 years in Israel. He currently resides in Tarragona, Spain. He has also lived three years in France, one year in Prague, eight months in Switzerland, and half a year in Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Budapest, Hungary.
Among other tournaments, he has won the 1991 Biel, 1994 Kecskemet, 1996 Formie, 1996 Vlissingen, 1996 Sas Van Gent] Open (Holland), 1996 Ischia (Italy), 1998 Ljubliana (Slovenia), 1998 Pyramiden Cup (Germany), 1999 Ljubliana, 2000 Almassora (Spain), 2000 Cutro Open (Italy), 2000 Quebec Open, 2001 Nordic Scandinavian Open, 2001 Salou Costa Dorada (Spain), 2002 Genove (Italy), 2003 Lido Estensi, 2005 Paris Open, 2005 Tarragona Open, 2006 Ashdod Open (Israel) and 2011 Torredembarra Open tournaments.
He was awarded the GM title in 1998.
As of May 2010 his Fide rating was 2525.
- Artur Kogan player profile and games at Chessgames.com
- Kogan website
- Jeruchess bio
- "South African Nightmare – Decision of the CHESSA Ethics Committee; Chess South Africa; REPORT OF THE CHESSA ETHICS COMMITTEE IN REGARD TO THE COMPLAINT OF GM ARTHUR KOGAN AGAINST MR JACKIE NGUBENI," 12/8/06
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