Yugoslav Chess Championship

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The Yugoslav Chess Championship is a tournament with great tradition, held to determine the national champion. It was a very strong event which represented players from six federal republics, today independent countries.

Since 1992, the Yugoslav championship no longer represented the players from four newly independent countries – Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Macedonia. Serbia and Montenegro formed the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia which got renamed into Serbia and Montenegro in 2003. In 2006 Serbia and Montenegro separated and formed its own championships.

Winners list (Men)[edit]

No. Year Location Champion
1 1935 Belgrade Vasja Pirc and Borislav Kostić[1]
2 1936 Novi Sad Vasja Pirc[2]
3 1937 Rogaška Slatina Vasja Pirc, Mieczysław Najdorf off contest[3]
4 1938 Ljubljana Borislav Kostić[4]
5 1939 Zagreb Milan Vidmar[5]
No. Year Champion
1 1945 Petar Trifunović
2 1946 Petar Trifunović
3 1947 Svetozar Gligorić
Petar Trifunović
4 1948 Svetozar Gligorić
Vasja Pirc
5 1949 Svetozar Gligorić
6 1950 Svetozar Gligorić
7 1951 Braslav Rabar
8 1952 Petar Trifunović
9 1953 Vasja Pirc
10 1955 Nikola Karaklajić
11 1956 Svetozar Gligorić
12 1957 Svetozar Gligorić
13 1958 Svetozar Gligorić
Borislav Ivkov
14 1959 Svetozar Gligorić
15 1960 Svetozar Gligorić
16 1961 Petar Trifunović
17 1962 Aleksandar Matanović
Dragoljub Minić
18 1962 Svetozar Gligorić
19 1963 Borislav Ivkov
Mijo Udovčić
20 1965 Milan Matulović
21 1965 Svetozar Gligorić
22 1967 Milan Matulović
23 1968 Predrag Ostojić
Janez Stupica
24 1969 Aleksandar Matanović
25 1970 Dragoljub Velimirović
Milan Vukić
26 1971 Predrag Ostojić
Milan Vukić
27 1972 Borislav Ivkov
28 1973 Božidar Ivanović
29 1974 Milan Vukić
30 1975 Dragoljub Velimirović
31 1976 Krunoslav Hulak
32 1977 Ljubomir Ljubojević
Srdjan Marangunić
33 1978 Aleksandar Matanović
34 1979 Ivan Nemet
35 1980 Predrag Nikolić
36 1981 Božidar Ivanović
37 1982 Ljubomir Ljubojević
38 1983 Dušan Rajković
39 1984 Predrag Nikolić
40 1985 Slavoljub Marjanović
41 1986 Dragan Barlov
42 1987 Miralem Dževlan
43 1988 Ivan Sokolov
44 1989 Zdenko Kožul
45 1990 Zdenko Kožul
46 1991 Branko Damljanović

Winners list (Women)[edit]

No. Year Champion
1 1947 Lidija Timofejeva
2 1948 Lidija Timofejeva
3 1949 Lidija Timofejeva
Slava Cvenkl
4 1950 Vera Nedeljković
5 1951 Vera Nedeljković
6 1952 Vera Nedeljković
Milunka Lazarević
7 1953 Vera Nedeljković
8 1954 Milunka Lazarević
9 1955 Nagy-Radenković
10 1956 Milunka Lazarević
11 1957 Milunka Lazarević
12 1958 Vera Nedeljković
13 1959 Ljubica Jocić
14 1960 Milunka Lazarević
15 1961 Katarina Jovanović
16 1962 Milunka Lazarević
17 1963 Milunka Lazarević
18 1964 Tereza Štadler
19 1965 Vera Nedeljković
20 1967 Henrijeta Konarkowska-Sokolov
21 1968 Henrijeta Konarkowska-Sokolov
22 1969 Ružica Jovanović
23 1970
24 1971 Henrijeta Konarkowska-Sokolov
25 1972 Katarina Jovanović
26 1973 Amalija Pihajlić
27 1974 Katarina Jovanović
28 1975 Milunka Lazarević
29 1976 Milunka Lazarević
30 1977 Amalija Pihajlić
Gordana Marković
31 1978 Olivera Prokopović
32 1979 Milunka Lazarević
33 1980 Vlasta Maček
34 1981 Gordana Marković
35 1982 Milunka Lazarević
36 1983 Marija Petrović
Suzana Maksimović
37 1984 Marija Petrović
38 1985 Zorica Nikolin
39 1986 Alisa Marić
40 1987 Zorica Nikolin
41 1988 Vesna Bašagić
42 1989 Daniela Nutu-Gajić
43 1990 Jordanka Mićić
44 1991 Mirjana Marić
Suzana Maksimović

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ GER-ch 3rd Aachen 1935 Archived September 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ All-Union YM 1936 Archived December 8, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on February 8, 2007. Retrieved February 9, 2010. 
  4. ^ Muski sampionat YU za 2002 Archived August 6, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ Aberdeen (Scottish Championship) 1939 Archived January 4, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.

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